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Alec Follett, "140 years of Introductions: A Cautiously Optimistic Historiography of the Scottish Chapbook"
End Notes (A. Follett, 140 Years of Introductions)
Sierra Dye, "Consumers and Producers: Chapbooks and Women in Scottish Society"
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Familiar Objects Described
The History of Little King Pippin : with An account of the melancholy Death of Four Naughty Boys, who were devoured by Wild Beasts; and the wonderful Delivery of Master Harry Harmless by a Little White Horse
A New Lottery Book, On a Plan Entirely New : Designed to allure Little Ones into a Knowledge of their Letters, &c. by way of Diversion
The Droll Adventures of Old Dame Trott and her Wonderful Cat
[The Other Burns]
The Laird of Cool's Ghost: being Several Conferences and Meeting betwixt the Reverend Mr. Ogilvie, Late Minister of the Gospel at Innerwick; and the Ghost of Mr. Maxwell, late Laird of Cool; as it was found in Mr. Ogilvie's Closet after his Death - Written with his own hand.
Rob Roy Macgregor, To which are added, Mrs. F.'s Delight The Highland Laddie, Billy ad Nancy's Parting, Together let us Range.
A token for mouners. with a selection of scripture promises, relative to the troubles of life.
A collection of popular songs. viz. Peggy wi' the gowden hair, Love's like a dizziness, The weary pund o' tow, The sailor's courtship, and Braw lads o' Galla water.
The life and death of Judas Iscariot, or the lost and undone son of perdition.
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