Excerpt from Robert Burns: Rantin' Dog, Poet of the Common Man
Half a mile from the Monument stands the Cottage Where Burns (was born. It is a small cottage, reverently guarded and in excellent care; perhaps even more so than when its one large room, with bed built into the wall, 'with its fireplace that served for heating and cook ing, the neatly arranged dishrack, the single table and few hard chairs, housed the youthful Robert Burns.
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