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Digital Subscriptions > History Scotland > Jul - Aug 2019 > RARE VESTMENTS BELONGING TO MEMBER OF ROYAL STUART DYNASTY ON DISPLAY AT BLAIRS MUSEUM

RARE VESTMENTS BELONGING TO MEMBER OF ROYAL STUART DYNASTY ON DISPLAY AT BLAIRS MUSEUM

A set of vestments belonging to Henry Benedict Stuart, the youngest son of James Frances Edward Stuart and brother of Charles Edward Stuart, are to be displayed at Blairs Museum this year

The Stuart vestments are on loan from the archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh and were originally the property of the Order of the Ursulines of Jesus. The sisters, based at St Margaret’s convent in Edinburgh, were the founders of the first convent in Scotland after the reformation. The vestments were then deposited in the Scottish catholic archives with other objects and papers of the Ursulines of Jesus after the convent closed in 2008.

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