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“To the memory of his most excellent parents Mr JOHN LAW, a most prudent and vigilant pastor of the Church at Edinburgh, distinguished by his zeal for pure religion, and his unfeigned piety; and ISABELLA CUNNINGHAME, his affectionate wife, noted for true holiness, and the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, who, pressing towards the joys of eternal life, laid aside mortality, the former on the 26th December A.D. 1712, his 80th year; the latter on the 8th November A.D. 1703, in her 70th year. This monument was dedicated by William Law, their son.”
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