The History of Dundee: being an account of the origin and progress of the burgh from the earliest period; embracing a description of its antiquities, topography, public works and buildings, manufacture and commerce, municipal, educational, and charitable institutions, with biog
by Maclaren, James
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Hay on Wye, Herefordshire, United Kingdom
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- Paul Haynes Rare Books (GB)
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- The History of Dundee
- Maclaren, James
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- James Thomson. John Durham and Son
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- Scotland. Dundee, Scottish
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- History; British Local History; Scottish Enlightenment Soillseachadh na h-Alba;
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