Copies of the historical publication, The North British Review.
Scope and Contents of the Materials
Contains 8 copies of the North British Review from the mid-1800s. Some copies are incomplete and/or missing their cover.
Collection Historical Note
The North British Review was a Scottish periodical published from 1844 to 1871. It was created as an instrument of the new Free Church of Scotland. In the last few years of its existence, it had a liberal Catholic editorial policy.
[Source: Wikipedia, cited]
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