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Author: Samuel Lewis
Title: A topographical dictionary of Scotland, comprising the several counties, islands, cities, burgh and market towns, parishes, and principal villages
Publisher: London, S. Lewis
Subject (keywords, tags): Scotland -- Description and travel Gazetteers

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Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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