2 edition of Scottish farmer"s ride through England, one hundred years ago. found in the catalog.
Scottish farmer"s ride through England, one hundred years ago.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 50 p.|
|Number of Pages||50|
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A Scottish Farmer's Ride Through England Years Ago' This is the story of a journey made by Andrew Blaikie, a year old farmer from the Borders.
His journal is contained in a small book printed inand the journey was made in hence the ‘ Years Ago’ subtitle. It. It began with a chance find in a second-hand bookshop, a small soft-covered booklet of 64 pages, purchased for £3. 'A Scottish Farmer's Ride Through England: years ago' was printed inand the journey in question took place in April and May As a travel diary it makes interesting reading in itself, in.
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