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The Chepman and Myllar prints; nine tracts from the first Scottish press, Edinburgh, 1508, followed by the two other tracts in the same volume in the National Library of Scotland.

Author: Walter Chepman; Androw Myllar; William Beattie; National Library of Scotland.
Publisher: [Edinburgh] Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1950.
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Chepman and Myllar prints.
[Edinburgh] Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1950
(OCoLC)609871151
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Chepman; Androw Myllar; William Beattie; National Library of Scotland.
OCLC Number: 3178272
Notes: This collection of tracts was originally published in a type-facsimile ed., edited by David Laing, in 1827 under title: The knightly tale of Golagrus and Gawane, and other ancient poems.
"Issued to members of the society for sessions 1945-6, 1946-7 and 1947-8 in lieu of Transactions."
Description: xxvii, 220 p. facsims. 19 cm.
Contents: Pieces printed, by Chepman and Myllar: The porteous of nobleness, by A. Chartier. Golagrus and Gawain. Balade, by J. Lydgate. Eglamour. Balade. The golden targe, by W. Dunbar. De regimine principum bonum consilium. The maying or disport of Chaucer, by J. Lydgate. When by divine deliberation. The flyting of Dunbar and Kennedy, by W. Dunbar. The praise of age, by R. Henryson. Device, prowess and eke humility. Orpheus and Eurydice, by R. Henryson. The want of wise men, by R. Henryson. The ballade of Lord Bernard Stewart, by W. Dunbar.--Pieces from other presses: The tua mariit wemen and the wedo, by W. Dunbar. Lament for the makars, by W. Dunbar. Kynd Kittok, by W. Dunbar? The testament of Mr. Andro Kennedy, by W. Dunbar. A gest of Robin Hood.
Other Titles: Golagros and Gawane.
Responsibility: A facsimile, with a bibliographical note by William Beattie.

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