Celebrating the life and times of Hugh Miller: Scotland in the early 19th century : ethnography & folklore, geology & natural history, church & society
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Address by Rt Hon Lord Mackay of Clashfern
Conference Opening Plenary Session
Hugh Miller and the Scottish Crisis
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