Find thousands of books, manuscripts, visual materials and unpublished archives from our collections, many of them with free online access.
Search for free, downloadable images taken from our library and museum collections, including paintings, illustrations, photos and more.
Merry Andrew, 1711. An almanack, of the old and new fashion: being the third after bissextile, or leap-year. or, An ephemeris of the last, best, and newest edition. Wherein the reader may find (if he hath more brains than a butterfly) many remarkable things, worthy his observation. Calculated for the meridian of any place in Scotland, where they understand an ape from an apple, and a sucking pig from a hay-stack, and fitted for the noddles of most people's understanding. With a catalogus librorum and ponfonthonsoncausticon befitting the fag-end of an almanack. By Merry Andrew, professor of predictions by star-gazing at Tam-Tallon.
- Merry Andrew, professor of predictions.
About this work
Edinburgh : printed by James Watson in Craig's Closs, and sold at his Shop, next door to the Red-Lyon, opposite to the Lucken-Booths, 
p. ; 8⁰.