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Printed by theThomases of Worcester
Saint-Pierre, Jacques Henri Bernardin de.  A vindication of divine Providence; derived from a philosophic and moral survey, of nature and of man... first American edition. Worcester: J. Nancrede (pr. by Thomas, Son & Thomas), 1797. 8vo in 4s (20.2 cm, 7.9"). Frontis., 331, [1 (blank)] pp., lacking the folding map.
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LOLs(?)  Including Irish Blunders”
The Scotch haggis; A Selection of choice bon mots, Irish blunders, Repartees, Anecdotes, &c. / Care to our coffin adds a nail no doubt, / While every laugh so merry draws one out. Glasgow [Scotland]: Printed for the Booksellers, [18--] . 12mo. 24 pp.
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PRAYERS Said, The ROLLS Called, The MINUTS . . . Read”
Scotland.  Parliament. Proceedings, 1703.  Broadside. Begins: "Minuts of the proceedings in Parliament. Tuesday, September 7. 1703...." [Edinburgh: Heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson, 1703]. Folio (31.3 cm, 12.25"). [1] p.
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OnWINGS of Verse
Scott, Walter.  Miscellaneous poems. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co., and Hurst, Robinson, & Co. (pr. by James Ballantyne), 1820. 8vo (22.2 cm, 8.75"). viii, 510, [2] pp. (pagination skips 66-85).
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Och Hey!
Seven of the most popular songs.  Glasgow: Pr. for the booksellers, [ca. 1840?]. 12mo. 8 pp.

TheLovat Vassals PROTEST
(Simon “The Fox” Fraser).  Lovat (Scotland). Tenants.  Broadside. Begins: “Petition for the Laird of Kilravock and others the vassals of Lovat....”[Edinburgh, ca. 1702]. Folio. [1] p.
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A Curious Combination of Whimsy & Morality
Sinclair, Catherine.  Holiday house: A series of tales. Dedicated to Lady Diana Boyle. Edinburgh: William Whyte & Co., 1849. 16mo (16.4 cm, 6.5"). Col. frontis., xii, 346 pp.
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The Exciseman Ends Up inHELL
Sir Neil and Glengyle, the highland chieftains; a tragical ballad.  Andthe drunken exciseman. [Scotland]: Printed for the Booksellers, [18––]. 12mo, 8 pages.
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I leave you to guessof course she said yes!
Six excellent songs. Allen-A-Dale. The Youthful Squire. By the Margin of Zurich's Waters. The Rover's Bride. The Chieftain's Daughter. Sir John the Grame. Glasgow: Pr. for the booksellers, [1840s]. 12mo. 8 pp.
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485 Stunning Views ofEngland, Scotland, & Wales
EACH IMAGE Hand-Captioned
Storer, James Sargant.  Antiquarian and topographical cabinet, containing a series of elegant views of the most interesting objects of curiosity in Great Britain. London: W. Clarke, J. Carpenter, & H.D. Symonds, 1807–11. 8vo. 10 vols. I: [approx. 112] pp.; 56 plts. II: pp.; 49 plts. III: [approx. 110] pp.; 55 plts. IV: [approx. 92] pp.; 46 plts. V: [approx. 86] pp.; 43 plts. VI: [approx. 106] pp.; 53 plts. VII: [approx. 98] pp.; 49 plts. VIII: [approx. 86] pp.; 43 plts. IX: [approx. 110] pp.; 55 plts. X: [approx. 72], [16 (index)] pp.; 36 plts. (15 plts. lacking of 500).
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A BALLAD “Babes in the Wood” —
(THAT Story Well Known;
the Other NOT SO MUCH)
Two favourite ballads. / The Babes in the wood. / Lord Gregory. Glasgow [Scotland] : Printed for the Booksellers, [1840s]. 12mo. 8 pp.
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Church of ScotlandControversy
Willison, John. A fair and impartial testimony, essayed in name of a number of ministers, elders, and Christian people of the Church of Scotland unto the laudable principles, wrestlings & attainments of that church...with remarks; and humble pleadings with our mother church, to exert herself to stop defection, and promote reformation.... Pittsburgh: Zadok Cramer (pr. by Cramer & Spear), 1808. 12mo (17.5 cm, 6.9"). 234, [6] pp.

Scots Verse from the Author-Illustrator of
[Wilson, Alexander].  [drop-title] The loss of the pack; to which is added The pack's address. [Paisley: G. Caldwell, 1868?]. 16mo (15 cm, 5.88"). 8 pp.
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The Woodpecker Gets a Woodcut
The Woodpecker; to which are added, Maggy Lauther. Flowers of the forest; The Lover's chain.  Stirling [Scotland]: Printed by W. Macnie, [ca. 1920s]. 12mo (14.9 cm, 5.875"). 8 pp.
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