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  • Bonie Dundee by Robert Burns 368621Bonie DundeeRobert Burns My blessin's upon thy sweet wee lippie! My blessin's upon thy e'e-brie! Thy smiles
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  • Cooper o' Dundee 1311458The Merry Muses of Caledonia — The Cooper o' DundeeRobert Burns THE COOPER O' DUNDEE. Tune—"Bonnie Dundee." An old song
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  • Bonnie Dundee 414917Bonnie Dundee Tae the lairds i' convention t'was Claverhouse spoke E'er the Kings crown go down, there'll be crowns to be
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  • Dundee Mortgage Trust Investment Company v. Hughes Syllabus 801336Dundee Mortgage Trust Investment Company v. Hughes — Syllabus Court Documents
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  • (1915) by C. Hayavadana Rao Dundee, Colonel William John Daniell 1582022The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915) — Dundee, Colonel William John DaniellC
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  • DAVID (1793–1872), baronet, a Dundee manufacturer, was the second son of William Baxter, of Balgavies, and was born in Dundee 15 Feb. 1793. He was educated
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  • 245644Q15627255Alexander Hastie MillarAlexander HastieMillarMillar,_Alexander Hastie18471927Dundee City Librarian This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National
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  • Dundee and Courier Argus
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Dundee 8218051911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Dundee DUNDEE, a royal, municipal and police burgh,
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  • and author, born on 24 June 1825 at Dundee, was the eldest son of Edward Baxter of Kincaldrum in Forfar, a Dundee merchant, by his first wife, Euphemia
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  • vicar of Dundee. He was born in Dundee about 1495, and matriculated at St. Andrews University in 1514. He was enrolled as a burgess of Dundee in 1517,
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  • apprenticeship in Edinburgh as a printer. In 1809 he removed to Dundee and undertook the printing of the ‘Dundee Advertiser,’ a weekly newspaper which had been established
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  • Watt Institution, Dundee, and organised classes in electricity and magnetism. In a fragment of autobiography, preserved in the Dundee Museum, he states
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  • and engraver, was born in Dundee in 1792. Sir James Ivory [q. v.] the mathematician was his uncle. After attending the Dundee academy he studied for the
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  • two of a family to mourn his loss, was a stepson of Alexander Cleland, Dundee. This work was published before January 1, 1923 and it is anonymous
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  • Millar1897 SCRYMGEOUR, Sir JAMES (1550?–1612), of Dudhope, constable of Dundee, was descended from Sir Alexander Carron, called ‘Skirmisheour,’ who was
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Dundee, John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount 8218041911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Dundee, John Graham of Claverhouse
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  • _Thomas18621933Head of the Weaving and Textile Designing Department, Technical College, Dundee. Co-author with Thomas Milne of Jute and Linen Weaving. Author of Artificial
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  • eldest son of James Wedderburn, town clerk of Dundee, by Margaret, daughter of James Goldman, also a Dundee merchant, was born in 1610. Sir Peter Wedderburn
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  • politician, born at Dundee on 29 Nov. 1837, was third son of James Allan (d. 1883), machine maker and proprietor of Seabraes Foundry, Dundee, by his wife Margaret
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