|Author:||Lindsay, David, fl. 1681-1685.|
|Title:||A supplication directed by Sir David Lindsay of the Mount, in contemption of side-tailes, and muzzled-faces.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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A supplication directed by Sir David Lindsay of the Mount, in contemption of side-tailes, and muzzled-faces.
Lindsay, David, fl. 1681-1685.
[Edinburgh: s.n., 1690]
Costume -- Scotland -- 17th century -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
A SUPPLICATION Directed by SIR DAVID LINDSAY OF THE MOUNT, TO THE KINGS GRACE, In Contemption of SIDE-TAILES, AND MUZZLED-FACES.