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Letters from a gentleman in the north of Scotland to his friend in London. Containing the description of a capital town in that northern country; with An Account of some uncommon Customs of the Inhabitants: likewise, An Account of the Highlands, with the Customs and Manners of the Highlanders. To which is added, A Letter relating to the Military Ways among the Mountains, began in the Year 1726. The whole interspers’d with Facts and Circumstances intirely New to the Generality of People in England, and little known in the Southern Parts of Scotland. In two volumes.
Dublin: Printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-street , 1755.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Lieut. Col. George Turnbull||6/29/1791||6/29/1791||Letters from Scotland|
|Isaac L. Kip||2/20/1792||2/29/1792||Letters from Scotland|
|Philip Rhinelander||3/31/1792||4/5/1792||Letters from Scotland|
|Samuel Dunscomb||4/6/1792||4/10/1792||Letter from Scotland|