Robert Burns' Excise dipping rods, used during his work as an Excise Officer from 1789 until his death. The rods were used to measure whisky and beer to check that their makers were paying the correct amount of tax.
Jean Armour February 1765 – 26 March also known as the "Belle of Mauchline", was the wife of the poet Robert Burns. She inspired many of his poems and bore him nine children, three of whom survived into adulthood.
Robbie Burns: national poet of Scotland. Robbie Burns Day on January The day is celebrate the life of Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland who wrote Auld Lang Syne and Comin’ Thro’ the Rye, A red, red rose. he died age of 37 in 1796