Catalog Record: The Muses threnodie: or, Mirthful mournings on the death of Mr Gall. Containing variety of pleasant poetical descriptions, moral instructions, historical narrations, and divine observations, with the most remarkable antiquities of Scotland, especially of Perth | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The Muses threnodie: or, Mirthful mournings on the death of Mr Gall. Containing variety of pleasant poetical descriptions, moral instructions, historical narrations, and divine observations, with the most remarkable antiquities of Scotland, especially of Perth. By Mr. H. Adamson. Printed at Edinburgh in K. James's college, by George Anderson, 1638.

Main Author: Adamson, H. 1581?-1639.
Related Names: Cant, James , ed.
Language(s): English
Published: Perth, Printed by G. Johnston for the editor and R. Morison bookseller, 1774.
Edition: To this new edition are added explanatory notes and observations, King James's charter of confirmation, an account of Gowries conspiracy, a list of the magistrates of Perth with notes, a list of the subscribers of a free gift for building the new bridge, and an account of the two remarkable inundations which endangered the town of Perth in 1210 and 1621, &c.
Subjects: Gowrie Conspiracy, 1600.
Perth (Scotland) > History > Early works to 1800.
Physical Description: 2v. fold. plan. 19 cm.
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