Posts tagged scotland
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Blow, blow, thou winter wind.
(As you like it)

Joseph Farquharson, from A tribute to the genius of William Shakespeare, foreword by W. L. courtney, London, 1916.

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Blow, blow, thou winter wind.
(As you like it)

Joseph Farquharson, from A tribute to the genius of William Shakespeare, foreword by W. L. courtney, London, 1916.

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Monday, October 6, 2014
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Dumfries.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol II, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Dumfries.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol II, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Friday, December 27, 2013
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Tam O’Shanter.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol I, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Tam O’Shanter.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol I, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Thursday, December 26, 2013
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Burns and Highland Mary.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol III, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Burns and Highland Mary.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol III, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Thursday, December 26, 2013
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He Roar’d a horrid murder-shout —
And wha was it but Grumphie.

Samuel Edmonston, from Poems & songs, by Robert Burns, London, 1860.

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He Roar’d a horrid murder-shout —
And wha was it but Grumphie.

Samuel Edmonston, from Poems & songs, by Robert Burns, London, 1860.

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Thursday, October 31, 2013
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Now, Randolph, tell thy tidings,
However sharp they be.J. Noel Paton, for Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers. 

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Now, Randolph, tell thy tidings,
However sharp they be.
J. Noel Paton, for Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Friday, October 18, 2013
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Scotland. Illustration by Richard Doyle, for An Overland Journey to the Great Exhibition of 1851.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Scotland. Illustration by Richard Doyle, for An Overland Journey to the Great Exhibition of 1851.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Friday, October 18, 2013
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Lincluden.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol III, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Lincluden.

William Brassey Hole, from The poetry of Robert Burns vol III, Edinburgh, 1897.

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Wednesday, October 2, 2013