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provenance of two early atlases of Scotland, containing contemporary manuscript insertions

David P. Ferro

provenance of two early atlases of Scotland, containing contemporary manuscript insertions

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Offprint from: The Deeside Field 3rd series, No.2 (1978) p.35-44.

Statementby David P. Ferro and Jeffrey C. Stone.
ContributionsStone, Jeffrey C., 1936-
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Open LibraryOL13943957M

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