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'On J.M's setting out for Wales'. To John Gibson Lockhart. A Parting Memorial of Esteem from His Friend John Murray. August 6 1840. Left by James Hope Scott in his Will to J.M III and handed over to J.M. in 1875 by his Executor Lord H Kerr with many leaves torn out. 24 leaves MS

Maker:  Robert Burns

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Robert Burns: Various works. MS. Journal 1789. Inscribed in J.M's II's writing: 'On J.M's setting out for Wales'. To John Gibson Lockhart. A Parting Memorial of Esteem from His Friend John Murray. August 6 1840. Left by James Hope Scott in his Will to J.M III and handed over to J.M. in 1875 by his Executor Lord H Kerr with many leaves torn out. 24 leaves MS, 10 plain MS, 2 plain 8 MS, 1 plain 1 MS, 7 1/4 x 4 1/2. Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect by Robert burns. Edinburgh printed for the author, and sold by William Creech, with portrait by Bengo, M, DCC, LXXXVIII. The Second Edition bound calf with inscription in author's handwriting, 'To Mr John Mc Comb in the East Indies, this 'book is presented as a mark of dearly remembered early friendship by the author' XLVIII 368pp. 8 3/8 x 5.

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