Autograph letter signed : Dumfries, to George Thomson, [1794] ca. Dec. 9.

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Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. Autograph letter signed : Dumfries, to George Thomson, [1794] ca. Dec. 9.

Autograph letter signed : Dumfries, to George Thomson, [1794] ca. Dec. 9.

Discussing the Jacobite song "There'll never be peace till Jamie come hame," and giving new verses to the tune (i.e., "My Nanie's awa -- Tune, There'll never be peace"). Suggesting Allen Ramsay's "Song" to the tune of "When she came ben she bobbit" for the tune "Todlin hame," adding a chorus to Ramsay's verses.

1 item (3 p.) ; 25 cm.

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