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The Throne Room, Palace of Holyrood, and the Ancient Regalia of Scotland, 1842 Featured Palaces Print

The Throne Room, Palace of Holyrood, and the Ancient Regalia of Scotland, 1842

The Throne Room, Palace of Holyrood, and the Ancient Regalia of Scotland, 1842. Scots in traditional tartan, and exterior view of Holyroodhouse in EdinburghFrom "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Loyalty: Catherine Douglas barring the door, at Scone, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Palaces Print

Loyalty: Catherine Douglas barring the door, at Scone, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Loyalty: Catherine Douglas barring the door, at Scone, 1844. After a fresco by Richard Redgrave, exhibited at Westminster Hall in London: Catherine Douglas barring the door with her arm, to withstand the assassins of James I. of Scotland...Unattended even by a body guard, and confiding in the love of his subjects, James was residing within the walls of the Carthusian Monastery at Scone, which he had founded and endowed. Graham, of Strathearn, seized the occasion, and brought down a party by night to the neighbourhood. Seconded by traitors within, he gained possession of the gates and interior passages...Catherine Douglas, one of the Queen's maids of honour, springing forward to bolt the door of the outer apartment, found the bar had been clandestinely removed: with resolute self-devotion she supplied the place with her naked arm'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Holyrood Palace Featured Palaces Print

Holyrood Palace

1924: The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of the Queen in Scotland. The Palace stands at the end of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh and is a popular tourist attraction. The Abbey of Holy Rood ('rood meaning cross) was founded in 1128 by King David I and the Palace was built next to the ruins by James IV in 1498. The building was extensively reconstructed in 1671 on the orders of Charles II; attacked in 1544 by the Earl of Hereford, it was also damaged by fire in 1650. (Photo by Alfred Hind Robinson/A H Robinson/Getty Images)