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Dunlop of that ilk : memorabilia of the families of Dunlop : with special reference to John Dunlop of Rosebank ... Doctor William Dunlop, "The Tiger," and James Dunlop, astronomer royal at Paramatta; with the whole of the songs, and a large selection from the poems of John Dunlop / by Archibald Dunlop
Bib ID 7340361
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Dunlop, Arch. (Archibald) author
 
Description Glasgow : Kerr and Richardson, Limited 1898 
xiv, 150 pages : portraits ; 24 cm 
Notes

"Five hundred copies printed for subscribers."

"Bibliography of the songs and poems of John Dunlop of Rosebank."

National Library of Australia's N 2017-2062 copy with bookplate of John William Burns, Kilmahew.

Subjects Dunlop family.  |  Great Britain -- Genealogy.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Dunlop, James
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Memorabilia of the families of Dunlop


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