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The last speech of George Clerk

This last speech begins: ‘GEORGE CLERK’S LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS on the Scaffold and at Pennycuick, with his farewell Address to his beloved friend, Dundas, late Member for the City of Edinburgh ; together with his EPITAPH.’ It was to be sung to the tune of ‘Miller of Drone’. ‘By Willison Glass’ is written at the bottom of the sheet, after the epitaph.for more click here

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