Biographia Scoticana: or, A brief historical account of the ... most eminent Scots worthies. As also, An appendix. [2 pt. Frontisp. mutilated]. By J. Howie. Revised by a clergyman of the Church of Scotland, and with a preface and notes by W. M'Gavin

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