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Scotland

Known references to this location
Other references (39)
Robert Burns, ‘Address to the toothache’ in several compilations
Beauties of the Scotch coast (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
Ben Nevis and its observatory (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
‘Bonnie Scotland’ in Readings in prose and verse
‘Castles’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
Robert Burns, ‘Comin' thro' the rye’ in Beecham's music portfolio 1
Robert Burns, ‘For the sake of somebody’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
In and around Edinburgh (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
Henry Glassford Bell, ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ in several compilations
Orkney and Shetland described (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
Prince Charlie and 'the '45' (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
Scotch lakes and mountains (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
‘Scotland and its scenery’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
‘Scotland’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
Sir Walter Scott and his country (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
William Blackwood, ‘The brave coastguardsman’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 25
Robert Burns, ‘The cotter's Saturday night’ in several compilations
J.W. McCall, The highlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)
J.W. McCall, The highlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)
The land of the rose, shamrock, and thistle (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
J.W. McCall, The lowlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)
A trip to Orkney (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
‘The unlucky present’ in several compilations
1790
Robert Burns, ‘Tam o' Shanter’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
1793
Robert Burns, ‘O whistle, and I'll come to you’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
1888
The Queen's Highland home (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1888)
1889
The Forth Bridge (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
1889
How the Forth Bridge was built (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1889)
1890
A.J. Foxwell and John Graham (arrangers), Only a gipsy: a Caithness story (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1890)
1893
A night with Burns (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)
1899
George E. Thompson, The footsteps of Cromwell (London: York & Son, 1899)
1899
The great towns of Great Britain (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)
c.1899
1920s
The finest hundred miles in the Borders: a motor coach run (Edinburgh: Scottish Motor Traction Co., 1920s)
Lucerna ID  1503831

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 30 January 2018

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