Letter: 1829 Oct. 18, Peterhead, to David Laing, 49 South Bridge Street, Edinburgh / P. Buchan. 1829.

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Buchan, Peter, 1790-1854. Letter: 1829 Oct. 18, Peterhead, to David Laing, 49 South Bridge Street, Edinburgh / P. Buchan.

Letter: 1829 Oct. 18, Peterhead, to David Laing, 49 South Bridge Street, Edinburgh / P. Buchan. 1829.

Asks Laing to forward some Dutch songs to Robert Jamieson.

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