Hae yersel’ a grand Burns Nicht.

Robert Burns stayed with the Earl of Selkirk where he would entertain the family with his humour, poems and songs. One evening he recited an old version of a traditional Scottish grace known as the Galloway Grace or the Covenanter’s Grace which he changed to his style of recital and writing. The guests were impressed by this new Scottish toast and Burns published it as the Selkirk Grace in their honour. Since then it has been read to usher in the meal on Burns Night.

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