3 edition of Christ"s-kirk on the green found in the catalog.
Christ"s-kirk on the green
James I King of Scotland
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6643, no. 04.|
|Contributions||Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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PoemsBy Allan Ramsay. CHRIST* KIRK O N T H E GREEN CANTO I. By King J AMES I. As neer in Scotland heard or feen, Sic dancing and deraysNcwther at Falkland on the Green, Nor Peebles, zt the . Spicer, A '"Defyle not Christs Kirk with your carrion": The development of burial aisles in post-Reformation Scotland', in Marshall, P and Gordon, B (eds)The Place of the Dead in European Society, .
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Christ's Kirk on the Green, Leslie: Address, Christ's Kirk on the Green Review: 4/54/5(1). OCLC Number: Notes: In verse. "The attribution to James V of Scotland is almost certainly false; evidence for and against the authorship of James I of Scotland, now generally accepted, is.
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Christ’s Kirk on the Green. Was never in Scotland hard nor sene Sic dansing nor deray, Nother in Falkland on the grene, Nor Peblis to the play, As was of wowaris as I wene At Chrystis kirk. All that remains of the church dedicated Christ's Kirk is a small portion of the walls, now used as a vault (ONB ).
(The Ordnance Survey Name Book [ONB] may be referring here to the church built. POLEMO-MIDDINIA. Carmen Macaronicum. Autore Gulielmo Drummundo Scoto-Britanno. Accedit Jacobi id Nominis Quinti, Regis Scotorum Cantilena Rustica Vulgo Inscripta Christs Kirk on the Green.
The Polemo-Middinia is the most Outstanding of British Macaronic poems. Drummond subjected Scots dialect to Latin grammatical rules. "A remarkable anomaly in the Scottish print culture. Full text of "Two ancient Scottish poems; the Gaberlunzie-man and Christ's Kirk on the Green.
With notes and observations. With notes and observations. By John Callander, ". Author of Poems, Polemo-middinia, A cypress grove, The works of William Drummond, of Hawthornden, Ben Jonson's conversations with William Drummond of Hawthornden, The works. (), The. Addison, J. On Chevy Chase, Spectator, 70 (21 May, ) and 74 (25 May, ).
Beers, H. History of English Romanticism in the 18th century. [Adds items to Phelps’s treatment of Norse influences.]. There are 2 cemeteries in Leslie parish: 1. Kirk on the Green Churchyard, Greenside, Leslie (grid ref. NO ; GPS: ): The pre monumental inscriptions for Leslie Churchyard.
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Prices in Pounds Sterling Credit. the author of Christs Kirk on the Green.' Twice, also, in the "Historical Essay on Scotish Song" in this same work, 1 George Paton (), of the Custom House, and friend of Scottish antiquaries.
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