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Anster Fair a poem in 6 cantos. Printed in Edinburgh by Oliver and Boyd for William Cockburn of Anstruther in 1812. Anster is the local name for a small town on the East Neuk of Fife now called Anstruther. This epic poem is about the town's historic market day immortalised by William Tennant. It tells the story of a local lass, unimpressed by the local talent who sets a competition for a potential suitor involving such things as a sack and donkey race, storytelling and bagpipe playing.
Height : 20 cm
Width : 11.5 cm
Depth : 1.5 cm
Antiques and Things has clarified that the Antiquarian/ RAre Books First Edition Scottish Interest (LA177851) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Georgian.
The book is in original used condition with no attempts to improve it. There are 160 printed pages all in tact and firmly bound as illustrated by the photos.
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