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Black Douglas: 34, 4pp.; Mary 30 pp.; 3&4, 8pp.; 24mo; printed wrappers with front cover vignettes on 3&4. All but Mary have spines reinforced with white cloth tape. The Black Douglas has bound in the rear four pages including title page, 1865: Raising the Wind: Habbie Sympson and His Wife, Baith Deid. As originaly (sic) written and spoken by John Andrews . . . together with the Lyfe and Deithe of Habbie Simpson, The Famous Piper of Kilbarchan. Written by Robert Sempill.
Small pamphlets of popular, sensational, juvenile, moral or educational character, originally distributed by chapmen or hawkers.
Title: [4 Titles]: (1.) The History of The Black Douglas; Raising the Wind, Habbie Sympson & His Wife (2.) The Life and History of Mary, Queen of Scots; (3.) A New Song Called Auld Scotia Free, to which is added O Helen thou art my darling, (etc.); (4.) The Highland Piper's Advice, to drinkers, to which are added (etc.).
Publisher: Glasgow, Printed for the Booksellers: (c. 1835-1850)
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very good condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 8970
Keywords: Scotland Juvenile Literature Biography Education Fiction