The Tree of Crocston: Being a Refutation of the Fables of the Courtship of Queen Marie and Lord Darnley at Crocston Castle, Under the Yew Tree; And of the Poet, Robert Burns, Carving His Name on the Yew Tree. (Supplement.).

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The Tree of Crocston: Being a Refutation of the Fables of the Courtship of Queen Marie and Lord Darnley at Crocston Castle, Under the Yew Tree; And of the Poet, Robert Burns, Carving His Name on the Yew Tree. (Supplement.). - Semple, David, and Anon

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Title: The Tree of Crocston: being a refutation of the fables of the courtship of Queen Marie and Lord Darnley at Crocston Castle, under the yew tree; and of the poet, Robert Burns, carving his name on the yew tree. (Supplement.).Publisher: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. ...

The Tree of Crocston: Being a Refutation of the Fables of the Courtship of Queen Marie and Lord Darnley at Crocston Castle, Under the Yew Tree; And of the Poet, Robert Burns, Carving His Name on the Yew Tree. (Supplement.). 2011, British Library, Historical Print Editions, Charleston SC

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