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Author: Mercer, William, 1605?-1676?
Title: Bon-acords decorement. Or, Newes from the North. Wherein is truely expressed the forme (or situation) of the famous citie of new Aberdeene, the vertues of the honourable and renowned governours thereof, together with these Grampians anagrames. : Wherewith is adjoyned the proofe, and praise of chast beautie, and the scorne of idols. / By William Mercer..
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Bon-acords decorement. Or, Newes from the North. Wherein is truely expressed the forme (or situation) of the famous citie of new Aberdeene, the vertues of the honourable and renowned governours thereof, together with these Grampians anagrames. : Wherewith is adjoyned the proofe, and praise of chast beautie, and the scorne of idols. / By William Mercer..
Mercer, William, 1605?-1676?

[Edinburgh: J. Wreittoun], Printed Anno Dom. 1633..
Subject terms:
Aberdeen (Scotland) -- History -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Aberdeen (Scotland) -- Religion -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B07947.0001.001

Contents
title page
Vpon the Author.
TO THE RIGHT HO∣NOVRABLE, THE TRVELY RENOW∣NED, AND WORTHILY RESPECTED PAVL MEINZIES of Kinmoundie. Lord Provest, Mr. VEDAST LOWSON, PATRICK LESLIE, GILBERT COLINSONE, and Mr. THOMAS GRAY, Baillies, Mr. Mathew Lomsden, Dean of Gild, Charles Keillo Thesaurer, and to the renowned Counsellers and members of the Counsell of Aberdene, wishes Grace, Honour, Promotion, and Peace in this life, and everlasting glorie in the life to come. W. M.
SONNET.
To the generall Reader.
SONNET.
TO THE FAMOVS, AND FLOVRISHING Citie of ABERDEINE.
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BON-ACORDS DECOREMENT.
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TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, THE RIGHT Worthie, and truely Religious, Paul Meinzies of Kilmoundie, Lord Provest.
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Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To the right honorable Gilbert Meinzies of Petfodels.
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Acrostick.
To Mr. VIDAST LOWSONE.
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Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To PATRICK LESLIE Baillie.
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Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To GILBERT COLENSONE Baillie.
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Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To Mr, THOMAS GRAY, Baillie.
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Sonnet Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To Mr. MATHEW LOMSDEN, Dean of Gild.
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Sonnet Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To Master ROBERT FARWHAIRS.
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Sonnet Acrostick.
To CHARLES KEILO, Thesaurer,
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Sonnet Acrostick.
To GEORGE MEINYEIS.
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Sonnet.
To ALEXANDER STVARTE.
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Sonnet.
To ALEXANDER COLINSONE.
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Acrostick.
To GWALTER COCHRVME Master of the mortified monyes.
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Sonnet.
eulogy
To THOMAS PAIPE, master of the imposts.
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Sonnet Acrostick.
eulogy
To ROBERT RAMSEY.
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To THOMAS GAIRDINE: Deacon conveener.
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Sonnet
To THOMAS CLARK.
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Acrostick.
To GWALTER ROBERTSONE, Clerk,
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Sonnet.
To IOAN INGREME.
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Sonnet.
THE HISTORIE OF SVSANNA.
To ALEXANDER SETONE of Petmedden.
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Acrostick.
To D. ARTHVRE IONSTOVNE,
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Sonnet Acrostick.
THE HISTORIE OF BELL, AND DRAGON. OR, The scorne of Idols.
To THOMAS COLENSONE of Auchlownes,
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Acrostick.
Ad Eundem.
To M. ALEXANDER IAFFREY.
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Acrostick.
To ANDREW▪ MELDRVME,
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Sonnet Acrostick.
GEORGE IOANSTONS
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Acrostick.
To GEORGE MORISONNE.
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To IOANN LESLIE old Thesaurer.
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Sonnet.
To ROBERT SKEENE,
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Sonnet.
To M. WILLIAME MOIRE,
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Sonnet.
To IOHN LOWSONE.
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To THOMAS MOWET.
To ALEXANDER RAMESEY,
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Acrostick.
To WILLIAME GRAY.
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Sonnet
To GEORG MELDRVM,
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Sonnet
For Apologie.
Sonnet.
Sonnet.