Letter: 1833 Apr. 26, Belgrave Place [Pimlico, London] to David Laing, Edinburgh / Allan Cunningham. 1833.

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Cunningham, Allan, 1784-1842. Letter: 1833 Apr. 26, Belgrave Place [Pimlico, London] to David Laing, Edinburgh / Allan Cunningham.

Letter: 1833 Apr. 26, Belgrave Place [Pimlico, London] to David Laing, Edinburgh / Allan Cunningham. 1833.

Asks Laing about his work on Drummond and Dunbar.

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Cunningham, Allan, 1784-1842

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Allan Cunningham was a Scottish author. Trained as a stonemason, he made a name for himself by passing off his own poetry as a collection of traditional Scottish ballads. As a professional man of letters, he had diverse interests, writing plays, novels, short stories, collecting and editing anthologies, and writing biographies and other nonfiction, but was probably most successful as a poet. From the description of Allan Cunningham letters, 1825-1839. (Pennsylvania State University L...

Drummond, William, 1585-1649

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Dunbar, William, 1460-1513

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Scottish poet. From the description of London thow art the flowre of cytes all : contemporary transcription of the poem, ca. 1501-1510. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270745080 ...