Dr. John Brown and His Sister Isabella: Outlines



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John Brown Isabella Cranston Brown. 27 tells, in speaking of his early life, how their mother's death affected their father in many ways, and that although he was much with his children, giving them * all the education they got at Biggar,' he was more silent and.

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