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Satin and organza bows enhance these 10-inch by 7/8-inch smokeless and drip-less taper candles. From our tres beau collection, these romantic candles will be a beautiful addition to your unity candle ceremony. Available in white or ivory. Lighting a unity candle as part of a wedding or commitment ceremony is a symbol of two (the taper candles) joining together as one (the larger pillar candle). Our decorated 9-inch pillar candles are also a great choice for decorating a sweetheart, guest book, or cake table. A beautiful and memorable wedding can start from the smallest detail or idea, which then turns into a mood or theme that represents you. Our collections make your wedding come alive with coordinating accessories to enhance any wedding.

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1 November 1756: The Wanlockhead Miners' Library, the second oldest subscription library in Scotland (and Europe) is established 'for our mutual improvement' with 32 members.

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The House With 46 Chimneys by Ken Lussey (10 November 2020). Life changes dramatically for Kaleb, Jude and Sequoia when they move to live with their aunt in a rural corner of central Scotland. It’s the beginning of April 2020, the early days of the coronavirus lockdown. Three local children they meet – in a socially distanced way – draw them into a two-century old family mystery involving the haunting of the nearby ruins of Dunmore Park. Do they try to right a wrong that was done in 1828, a wrong that has had consequences ever since? Or is doing so simply too dangerous?
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