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Nithsdale, Winifred Maxwell, Countess of, 1672–1749

A letter from the Countess of Nithsdale, &c. With remarks by Sheffield Grace ...

London [Printed by J. Rider] 1827.
Physical Description:
37, [2] p. incl. 2 geneal. tables. 26 cm.
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PR4735 H3 L5
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
BAC : One of six large paper copies, according to a ms. note by the remarker.
BAC : Bound with Hall, S.C. Lines written at Jerpoint Abbey. London, 1820 [i.e., 1823]. The six ports. bound between p. 8-9 of this book probably should be bound with the Hall book.
An earlier ed., 1816, had title: Genuine account of the escape of Lord Nithsdale.--Cf. British Museum Catalogue.
Appended are: Grasagh aboe, a song with Irish text and melody, [2] p.; and a translation of it by Sheffield Grace, with arrangement for pianoforte by C. W. Chard, [5] p.
Subject Terms:
Etching -- Specimens -- 1827.
Nithsdale, William Maxwell, Earl of, 1676-1744.
Grace, Sheffield, 1788-1850.

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