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Whole proceedings of Jockey and Maggy (1)
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In five parts. : I. Jockey and Maggy's courtship, as they were coming from the market. II. The wonderful works of our John, shewing how he made Janet like an Elshinhaft, and got his ain Maggy wi' bairn forby. III. The wonderful works of our John made manifest before the minister. IV. How Jockey and his mither went away to see his bastard child. V. How Jockey had another child and could not get it baptized intil he mounted the stool; with an account of his mither's death and burial; also an elegant elegy on the same occasion. Carefully corrected and revised by the author.
Language English
Publication date 1803
publication_date QS:P577,+1803-00-00T00:00:00Z/9


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