2 edition of Two letters from a gentlewoman near Edinburgh found in the catalog.
Two letters from a gentlewoman near Edinburgh
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7191, no. 08.|
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|Number of Pages||24|
Ever since Edinburgh became the world's first Unesco City of Literature, in , those given the task of spreading books and ideas across the capital have rarely missed a trick. Some few days before he diſcovered himſelf this gentlewoman coming from the caſtlehill, where her huſband's niece was lying in of a child. about midnight perceived near to the Weſtbow head in Edinburgh, three women in windows ſhouting, laughing, and clapping their hands The gentlewoman went forward till juſt at major Weir's door.
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Two letters from a gentlewoman near Edinburgh: to her daughter in London: containing a plain and unaffected narrative of what has passed in that city since the commencement of the present rebellion.
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