4 edition of Letters from John Wallace to Madam Whichcot found in the catalog.
Letters from John Wallace to Madam Whichcot
January 1, 1973 by Lincoln Record Society .
Written in English
|Contributions||C.M. Lloyd (Editor), Mary E. Finch (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
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The steward reports to Madam Whichcott from Harpswell, c; Transaction of the church's legal business at Lincoln, letters from john wallace to madam whichcot + some correspondence of john fardell. 74 pages. hardback no dust cover. 10x6. ex-library-withdrawn. lots of library stamps. cover has a few marks.
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The first minute book of the Gainsborough monthly meeting of the Society of Friends, Vol. The letters and papers of the Banks family of Revesby Abbey, Letters from John Wallace to Madam Whichcot edited by C.M. Lloyd and some correspondence of John Fardell, deputy registrar, Two letters that are thought to have passed through the hands of Scottish national hero William Wallace will go on display this August at the Scottish Parliament as part of its annual Festival of Politics.
These are the only two surviving documents that are directly connected to Wallace and neither of them is actually owned by Scotland, so to see them both together in the motherland.
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