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A home for Mrs Kerr

A home for Mrs Kerr
A compact and bijou apartment at the Nelson Monument.


Assembly Rooms - The Buildings Beginnings

Assembly Rooms - The Buildings Beginnings
On 13th January 1787, the doors of the Assembly Rooms opened to the public for first time, on the occasion of the Caledonian Hunt Ball.


Assembly Rooms - A regular customer

Assembly Rooms - A regular customer
Love can sometimes appear in the most unlikely places.


Assembly Rooms - A Shelley Business

Assembly Rooms - A Shelley Business
In 1811, after allegedly attending as few lectures as possibly at Oxford University, Percy Bysshe Shelley published the pamphlet The Necessity of Atheism, causing outrage amongst university administration.


Assembly Rooms - Fit for a King

Assembly Rooms - Fit for a King
In July 1822 it was excitedly reported that King George IV was to visit the Scottish capital that summer.


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