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This commanding stairwell window by Ferguson & Urie (1872) is calculated to reflect the prosperity and good fortune of the original owner, James Fergusson. Fergusson was a Melbourne manufacturing stationer, and was at times a member of the…

Explaining the establishment of "The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle” in 1687, this article from the Western Argus first discusses the medieval adoption of the thistle as Scotland’s national emblem. This it dates to the…