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Correspondence of Sir Patrick Waus of Barnbarroch, 1540-1597 ... Edited from the original documents by Robert Vans Agnew. by Waus, Patrick, of Barnbarroch (Sir)

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Published by S. Douglas in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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ContributionsAgnew, Robert Van, 1817-1893,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA784.3 W37 A4 1882
The Physical Object
Pagination602p.
Number of Pages602
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17277323M

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