ⓘ Joanna Baillie. Baillie nació en 1762. Su padre, el reverendo James Baillie c.1722-1778, era un ministro presbiteriano y, durante los dos años anteriores a su m ..

                                     

ⓘ Joanna Baillie

Baillie nació en 1762. Su padre, el reverendo James Baillie c.1722-1778, era un ministro presbiteriano y, durante los dos años anteriores a su muerte, profesor en la Universidad de Glasgow. ​

                                     

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