2 edition of A True narrative of the reception of their Royal Highnesses at their arrival in Scotland found in the catalog.
A True narrative of the reception of their Royal Highnesses at their arrival in Scotland
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Excerpt from Narrative of the Visit of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh to the Colony of VictoriaAuthor: John George Knight. An account of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Dutchess of York, their arrival and reception in Scotland, the of Octob.
In a letter from a gentleman of their Highnesses retinue, to a friend in London. Ellwood, Thomas, /  An account of tythes in. Their rooms had been engaged before their arrival, and the ' good book ' which is in your hands is in their hands at in Lord's Cricket-ground Archery and ball-playing Encampment Wigwams Indians invited by Mrs.
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