Autograph letters signed (5) : Ashestiel and Edinburgh, to the Reverend Edward Berwick, [PM: 1809 July 24]-1814 Jan. 10.

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Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832. Autograph letters signed (5) : Ashestiel and Edinburgh, to the Reverend Edward Berwick, [PM: 1809 July 24]-1814 Jan. 10.

Autograph letters signed (5) : Ashestiel and Edinburgh, to the Reverend Edward Berwick, [PM: 1809 July 24]-1814 Jan. 10.

With numerous references to his work on Jonathan Swift.

5 items (16 p.) ; (8vo)

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