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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 2G5 The only other work of our autliors written during the lifetime of his roval master was his attack upon auricular confession, known by the title of Kittys Confession..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 223 Of this accomplished creature ; for my place Was, in my youth, at court, an usher to his grace. And soon my pleasing labour I began, And soon far wiser than my lore she grew..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...248 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. clotli of gold and silk, the floor was spread with green frieze, a rarity in those times, when the apartments were generally strewed with rushes ; the beds glittered..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...210 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. questioned, but wliose life and works are little else than a blank in our national literature. It was soon after the kings recovery of his personal freedom, and the termination..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...278 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. Macpharlane when he lay in his power, as he had shown courage and martial skill in the siege. And so ihis sqiiyer amorous Seij^fit and won the ladies house, And left therein..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...206 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. Justice, is no longer able to hold the balance Wrong is now ajipointed captain of the ordinance. No Scottishman shall again find favour with me until the realm be governed..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 237 and of the first comedy in Gammer Gurtons Needle. Some things are remarkable in this early dramatic composition. It was acted before as refined an audience as could..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 193 was bald and bare. He seemed to be a man of two-and-fifty years, with a great pyke-staff in his hand, and came first forward among the lords, crying and speiring for the king..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 293 The blissful birdis bownis to the treis, And ceasis of their heavenlie harmoneis ; The corn-crak^, iii the croft, I hear her cry, The bat, the howlat, febill of their eis..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 281 With mirth, musick, and minstrelsy. All this he did for his ladie, And for her sake, durinji; his life, Wad never be weddid til ane wife. And when he did decline to age He..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 289 me repair, then, not to Mount Parnassus, but to Mount Calvary ; let me be refreshed, not by the fabled Heliconian rill, but by the blessed and real fountain which flowed from..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 263 Camden tells us that Anne, the wife of this monarch, brought in the fashion of high caps and long gowns. We learn from Hemingford that a zealous ecclesiastic of that age wrote..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...230 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. Farewell, Falkland, the forteress of Fife, Thy velvet park under the Lomond law ; Sometime in thee I led a lusty life, The fallow-deer to see them raik on raw ^. Court men..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...282 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. proceeds to nominate three noble lords, all of the name of Lindsay, to be his executors ; - David, Earl of Crawfurd, John, Lord Lindsay, his master special, and Sir Walter..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 235 these articles, containing an account of such splendid entertainments, and, it is to be presumed, some description also of Antwerp, the great commercial emporium of Europe..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 291 tion and the fortifying the faith of the unlearned. It is only when we kneel and pray to them that they become sinful and unscriptural. But wc, by counsel of clergy, Have..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. 217 Johnny Armstrong, In one material respect the traditionary account of the death of this prince of freebooters is apocryphaL There was no letter of safe-conduct granted by James..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland
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Text:"...212 SIR DAVIDLINDSAY. Castini^ [^almonds, with benns and becks, For wantonness some broke their necks ; There was no game but cards and dice, And siill Sir Flattery bore the price. Lindsay, wiili..."
Date:1833
Place:Scotland