Chronology:    Bargery Number | Main Themes:
1830-39 299   Accidents suffered by individuals
1840-49 118;501 |  
1850-59   |  
1860-69   |  
1870-79 291*;687*;690*, 692*;693;694*;746*;747* |  
1880-89 565 |  
1890-99 580; 743 |  
1900-09   |  
1910-19   |  
Uncertain   |  
  The earliest and latest dates of the item span time periods. The item has been allocated to a time period by the curator. See the relevant item for detail.    

 The poetry of Alexander_Anderson¹ is a significant element here. bar291; 687; 690; 692; 693; 694; 746; and 747 are all his work.


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