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Presented, 1939, by Henry G Farmer, Mus. Doc., Bearsden.
Most of the patterns are named, for example, "Nebuchadnezzar's Dream in 16 leaves", "The Hare's Foot in 16 leaves", and from the names of several of them, such as "Gartshore's", "Pagan's", "Dunlop's", they would appear to be Scottish.