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The antient and new history of Buck-Haven in Fife shire. Wherein is contained the antiquities of their old dress. The bucky boat, with a flag of a green tree, with their dancing, willie and his trusty rapper. Their burges ticker, with a plan of their new college, with the noted sayings and exploits of wise willie in the brae, and witty eppie the ale-wife, and lingle tail'd Nancy. By Merry Andrew, at Tam-Tallan.... The bride of Bucky.
- Merry Andrew at Tam-Tallan.
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Antient and new history of Buck-Haven in Fife-shire
[Edinburgh?] : Printed for and sold by the booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, 1782.
24p. : ill. ; 12⁰.