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1881 – Whyte Melville Memorial Fountain, St. Andrews, Scotland

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Architect: Robert W. Edis

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Sculpture by Thomas Earp, medallions by J.E. Boehm 1880. Public fountain, memorial to Major George Whyte Melville (1821-78), soldier and novelist. Of Red Dumfriesshire ashlar with Dalbeattie granite. Circular basin, 2 tiered quatrefoil basins of diminishing scale set within, and supported on squat columns with foliated capitals; medallions on middle basin and inscription.

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