The Scots in Sweden: Being a Contribution Towards the History of the Scot Abroad

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O. Schulze & Company, 1907 - Scotch in Sweden - 278 pages
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Page 163 - Blackwell, Elizabeth:* A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick.
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Page 83 - Herr Sinclair sailed across the sea, And steered his course to Norway's strand ; Mid Gudbrand's rocks his grave found he, There were broken crowns in Sinclair's band. Herr Sinclair sailed o'er the blue wave, That he might fight for Swedish gold ; God help thee man ! thyself now save, Thou'lt fall before the Norskman bold.
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