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A poem, chiefly in the Scottish dialect, on raising and selling the dead, and the melancholy spectacle which was presented to the inhabitants of Currie, on their taking two dead bodies from a cart in its way from Lanark to Edinburgh 1 edition

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James Thomson

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A poem, chiefly in the Scottish dialect, on raising and selling the dead, and the melancholy spectacle which was presented to the inhabitants of Currie, on their taking two dead bodies from a cart in its way from Lanark to Edinburgh.

Published 1821 by the author in Leith .
Written in English.

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Dewey Decimal Class
821.7

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL13665428M

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