2 edition of Letters respecting the trade, manners, &c. of Edinburgh found in the catalog.
Letters respecting the trade, manners, &c. of Edinburgh
Facsim of ed. published, Edinburgh , (s.n.), 1793.
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of Edinburgh, inand the present period. : Letters, Addressed to Sir John Sinclair, Bart.: Respecting the Mode of Living, Arts, Commerce, Literature, Manners & C. of &c. of Edinburgh book inand Since Author: William Creech.
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