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Hopefully protecting him from many-a rainy day, this is Robert's Umbrella, c1780.

Umbrella belonging to Robert Burns - Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Robert Burns (1759-1796), Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Robert Burns 1787 by Alexander Nasmyth

Celebrate Burns Night With A Whisky Supper At World Cafe Live ...

Celebrate Burns Night With A Whisky Supper At World Cafe Live

Celebrate Burns Night With A Whisky Supper At World Cafe Live .

Crash course: How to host a Robert Burns' Night Supper

Crash course: How to host a Robert Burns' Night Supper

After Chinese Friday comes Burns Night on Saturday, so get your kilt on -or off!

Pistols used by the poet during his excise duties...

Pistols belonging to Robert Burns, used during his Excise Duties - Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Robert Burns' Excise dipping rods, used during his work as an Excise Officer from 1789 until his death. The rods were used to measure whisky and beer to check that their makers were paying the correct amount of tax.

Robert Burns' Excise dipping rods, used during his work as an Excise Officer from 1789 until his death. The rods were used to measure whisky and beer to check that their makers were paying the correct amount of tax.

Dipping Rod, 6 pieces in carrying case, used by Robert Burns in the course of his work as an excise officer - Burns Scotland

Dipping Rod, 6 pieces in carrying case, used by Robert Burns in the course of his work as an excise officer - Burns Scotland

Spectacles owned by Isabella Steven - Robert Burns Birthplace Museum || Not all of Robert’s songs about women were complimentary, as seen in the song Tibby I hae seen the day. In it, Burns immortalises his one-time love Tibby Stein (Isabella Steven) who later rejected him because of his lack of wealth.

Spectacles owned by Isabella Steven - Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Literary Stamps: Burns, Robert (1759 – 1796)

British Stamp 1996 - Robert Burns - The Immortal Memory Opening Lines of 'To a Mouse' and Fieldmouse

scottish jokes | 15 Reasons Why Robert Burns Is The Coolest Poet Of All Time

15 Reasons Why Robert Burns Is The Coolest Poet Of All Time

In celebration of Robert Burns, renowned Scottish poet and whisky drinker -

'Jean' by Robert Burns

Jean Armour February 1765 – 26 March also known as the "Belle of Mauchline", was the wife of the poet Robert Burns. She inspired many of his poems and bore him nine children, three of whom survived into adulthood.

Robbie Burns: national poet of Scotland. Whether you’re Scottish or not, it’s always fun to celebrate Robbie Burns Day on January 25th. The day is to celebrate the life of Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland who wrote such songs as Auld Lang Syne and Comin’ Thro’ the Rye. He is also known for drinking a lot and womanizing even more, and by the time he died at the ripe old age of 37 in 1796, he had fathered nine children.

Robbie Burns: national poet of Scotland. Robbie Burns Day on January The day is celebrate the life of Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland who wrote Auld Lang Syne and Comin’ Thro’ the Rye, A red, red rose. he died age of 37 in 1796

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