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Add a touch of colour To a black & white print People - Robert Burns 65 pictures
Poosie Nansie's Hostelry Burns' Monument at Ayr Burns' Mausoleum at Dumfries Burns' Cottage at Alloway
House where Burns died in Dumfries Inside Burns' Cottage in Ayr Burns' statue at Ballarat in Victoria, Australia Burns' statue in London Burns' monument in Edinburgh Burns' statue in Dumfries National Burns Monument at Mauchline
Rev Dr Blacklock by George Washington Wilson Dugald Stewart by George Washington Wilson Tam o Shanter and Souter Johnnie by George Washington Wilson Jean Armour Robert Burns by George Washington Wilson Earl of Glencairn Tam o Shanter by George Washington Wilson Auld Lang Syne by George Washington Wilson Auld Lang Syne by George Washington Wilson Kirkswald by George Washington Wilson The Hearts in the Highlands by George Washington Wilson Burns and Highland Mary by George Washington Wilson
Logan Braes Ca' the Yewes to the Knowes Willie brewed a peck o' maut Art thou my ain dear Willie Monie a sea We twa has paidl't The Lea Rig Flew at Tam wi' furious ettle Captain Grose Nae man can tether time or tide
The Souter tauld his guest stories Wi' kindle welcome Jenny brings him ben Warlocks and witches dance Jolly beggars Duncan Gray Hae wistfully she gazed Farm of Mossgiel Burns' Cottage Weel hoordit nits divided Death and Dr Hornbrook Green grow the raches o' To meet their dad The miry beasts retreating frae the plough Nursing her wrath A braw new gown The lisping infant prattling on his knee
Busy street scene monie a widow mourning Last may a braw wooer Waht can a young lassie do Loch Lomond and Rob Roy Alloway Kirk Turn'd me round to hide My knapsack on my back Whistle and I'll come to you my lad The banks o' Doon Bruce's address The deil's awa wi' the exciseman Address to the toothache
Now we maun totter down - John Anderson my Jo But now your brow - John Anderson my Jo John Anderson my Jo, John