2 edition of Extract from Speech at Glasgow, June 25th, 1886. found in the catalog.
Extract from Speech at Glasgow, June 25th, 1886.
Devonshire, Spencer Compton Cavendish Duke of
Written in English
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Typed and annotated copy of a talk, delivered to The Glasgow Galloway Brotherly Society, about Galloway's history and James MacMorland's connection to notes on reverse of back page. I Recently I read a poem called 'GLASGOW 5TH OF MARCH ' by Edwin Morgan. This poem paints a vivid picture of a crime which takes place in the busy Sauchiehall street, Glasgow, late one evening. The language the poet uses helps us paint a mental image of what happened that evening, and by using.
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