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Author: Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722.
Title: The tragedy of Gray-Beard or The brandybotle of Kinkegolaw: With an answer to Mr. Guild's vindication of the brandy-bottle of Kinkegolaw, which is not here mentioned. Being the tragedy of the Duke de Alva, alias Gray-beard, or The complaint of the brandy bottle, lost by a poor carriour by falling from the handle, and found by a company of the Presbitery of Peebles near to Kinkegolaw, as they returned from Glasgow, immediately after they had taken the Test.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The tragedy of Gray-Beard or The brandybotle of Kinkegolaw: With an answer to Mr. Guild's vindication of the brandy-bottle of Kinkegolaw, which is not here mentioned. Being the tragedy of the Duke de Alva, alias Gray-beard, or The complaint of the brandy bottle, lost by a poor carriour by falling from the handle, and found by a company of the Presbitery of Peebles near to Kinkegolaw, as they returned from Glasgow, immediately after they had taken the Test.
Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722.

[Edinburgh]: Printed [s.n.], in the year 1700.
Subject terms:
Scottish poetry -- To 1700.
Scotland -- History -- 1689-1745 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04681.0001.001

Contents
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The Tragedy of the Duke de Alva, alias Gray-Beard, or the Complaint of the Brandie Bottle, lost by a poor Carriour by falling from the Handle, and found by a Campany of the Presbytery of Peebles near to Kinke¦golaw, as they returned from Glasgow, im∣mediatly after they had taken the Test.
Mr. P. Purdy Speaks.
An Answer to Mr. Guild's Vindi∣cation.