Reminiscences Connected Chiefly with Inveresk and Musselburgh and Sketches of Family Histories.
Edinburgh. Printed for the Author and Sold by David Douglas. 1893. 1893. Hardcover. 8vo, 22.5cm, xiv, 258p., (16)p. ads, errata sheet, tan brown cloth, blind ruled borders on the boards, gilt spine titles, a fine copy (s8.1) A major anecdotal genealogical study of the Langhorne family including the 18th century English poet, John Langhorne. The author attempted to tie Samuel Langehorne Clemens (Mark Twain) into his family but, included correspondence from Twain, proved otherwise. The author also includes a significant study of the Episcopal Church in Scotland as well as the formation of the Loretto School. Item #25211
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