The History of the Royal Burgh of Selkirk
Fletcher, Selkirk's sole survivor from the Batle of Flodden returns.
From the early wanderers to early civilisation.
The coming of the monks to Selkirk in 1113AD.
Inspired with the fervid patriotism to devote his life to winning back the independence of his country.
Outlaw Murray refused homage to the King, but finally gave way on being installed as Sheriff of Ettrick Forest.
Selkirk's ready response to the call of the King.
In 1535 Selkirk received her Charter from King James V.
The Riding of the Marches was undertaken by a specially appointed body of men.
The disaster which crushed the cause of the King in Scotland.
The Crafts in Scotland first asked for public recognition in the first half of the 15th century.
Protesters about the ecclesiastical innovations of the Scottish Church in 1836.
On July 22nd, 1745, Charles Edward Stuart, accompanied by only seven followers, landed on the little island of Eriskay.
With the advent of the nineteenth century a spirit of change began to sweep through the Royal Burgh.
Selected images from recent Selkirk Common Ridings.