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Plate XLIX., Inchrye Abbey, p.98.

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INCHRYE, the property of David Wilson, Esq., a magnificent mansion erected at a cost of about £12,000, is unquestionably one of the finest private residences in Fife. It is in the Elizabethan, or Manorial style of architecture, and stands in a beautiful park, surrounded with young but rising wood, a little to the south-east of Lindores, in the parish of Abdie. From every height in the neighbourhood, Inchrye abbey is a beautiful object; and from the public roads, fine glimpses of it are obtained, especially from that by Trafalgar inn to Newburgh.

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