Letter: 1827 Apr. 9, Drumseugh [Edinburgh] to David Laing, South Bridge [Edinburgh] / Pat Walker. 1827.

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Walker, Pat, fl. 1827. Letter: 1827 Apr. 9, Drumseugh [Edinburgh] to David Laing, South Bridge [Edinburgh] / Pat Walker.

Letter: 1827 Apr. 9, Drumseugh [Edinburgh] to David Laing, South Bridge [Edinburgh] / Pat Walker. 1827.

Discusses plays performed in Scotland to celebrate the visits of King James VI and Charles I.

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