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 Lilly, William SamuelLinton, Mrs. Eliza Lynn 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Lindsay, Sir David
 
(b. probably at Garmylton, East Lothian, 1490; d. 1555). “The Dreme” (1528); “The Complaynt of the King’s Papingo” (1530); “The Testament of the Papingo” (1530); “Ane Pleasant Satyre of the Three Estatis” (1540), “The Register of Arms” (1542), with plates (1822); “The Historie of Squyer William Meldrum” (1550); “The Monarchie” (1553); and some minor works, first collected in 1568. Poetical Works, with Life, by George Chalmers in 1806; but the completest edition is Laing’s (1879).   1
 


 Lilly, William SamuelLinton, Mrs. Eliza Lynn 

 
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