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The lay of the Scottish fiddle. A poem in five cantos. Supposed to be written by W---- S----, Esq.

Main Author: Paulding, James Kirke, 1778-1860.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for James Cawthorn, 1814.
Edition: 1st American from the 4th Edinburgh ed.
Subjects: Scott, Walter, > 1771-1832. > Lay of the last minstrel.
Note: Printed by Whittingham and Rowland.
Supposed to have been written by Sir Walter Scott. A parody on the Lay of the last minstrel; a satire on the British at Havre de Grace.
Apparently the first English edition; first published in New York, 1813 (Edinburgh editions a jest); cf. Wegelin (in the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, v. 12, nos. 1-2, Jan.-Apr. 1918, p. 35)
Physical Description: xvi, 222 p. 18 cm.
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