2 edition of Buchanan, the sacred barb of the Scottish highlands found in the catalog.
Buchanan, the sacred barb of the Scottish highlands
Includes bibliographical references (p. 6).
|Statement||by Lachlan Macbean.|
|Contributions||Macbean, Lachlan, 1853-|
|LC Classifications||PB1648.B8 A25 1919|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
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Buchanan, the sacred bard of the Scottish highlands: his confessions and his spiritual songs rendered into English Buchanan with his letters and a sketch of his life / by Lachlan Macbean by Buchanan, Dugald, ; Macbean, L.
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Buchanan, The Sacred Bard Of The Scottish Highlands: His. Get this from a library. Buchanan, the sacred bard of the Scottish highlands: his confessions, and his spiritual songs rendered into English verse, with his letters, and a sketch of his life. [Dugald Buchanan.
Buchanan. The Sacred Bard of the Scottish Highlands, his Confessions and his Spititial Songs rendered into English verse with his letters and a Sketch of his Life by Lachlan MacBean. PREFACE. The public has bad to wait long for a complete edition in English of the works of Buchanan, the sacred bard of the Scottish Highlands.
Here lies a famous Buchanan: Dugald Buchanan, also known as the Highland’s sacred bard. A poet and Calvinist preacher, a man of the word in many senses.
His language was Gaelic and he lived at a time of great social, religious and economic uncertainty after the failed Jacobite Rising of Buchanan Untitled Book 1 [Buchanan, Tracy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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