W. Brown MacDougall
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Source: The Homes and Early Haunts of Robert Louis Stevenson
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“In 1867 his father took a lease of the house known as Swanston Cottage, also on the northern slope of the Pentlands, two or three miles south-east of Colinton. For fourteen years the family were there, and R. L. S. has made those hills his own.” (Cruse 10).
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