Author:John Skinner

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John Skinner
(1721–1807)
A poet, songwriter, minister and historian. His breezy and captivating song, Tullochgorum, constituting a protest against extremes of political feeling, was said by Robert Burns to be 'the best Scotch song ever Scotland saw'

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