King James and the Egyptian robbers, or The court cave of Fife.
|Related Names:||Brydone, James fl. 1836-1893, printer|
Edinburgh : Printed and published by J. Brydone, South Hanover Street, [1839-1858?]
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Includes 1 woodcut.
First sentence: "A few years before the pride of Scotland had been prostrated by English bows and bills, on the disastrous day of Flodden, the holding of Balmeny, in the county of Fife, was possessed by Walter Colville, then considerably advanced in years."
Colophon at foot of p. 23 reads : James Brydone, Printer, 17 South Hanover Street, Edinburgh.
No. 6 of a series of numbered chapbooks.
Woodcut on title page.
Undated. Dates from period of activity of publisher at address, cf. Scottish Book Trade Index WWW site.
23 p. ;
17 x 10 cm.
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