A Brief Description of Orkney, Zetland, Pightland-Firth & Caithness, Wherein, After a short Journal of the Author's Voyage thither, These Northern Places are first more Generally Described...
by John Brand
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- A Brief Description of Orkney, Zetland, Pightland-Firth & Caithness, Wherein, After a short Journal of the Author's Voyage thither, These Northern Places are first more Generally Described...
- John Brand
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- George Mosman
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- john brand; orkney; zetland; shetland; early eighteenth century orkney; early eighteenth century shetland; caithness; john davie manson robertson
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