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Old and New Edinburgh Vol. II


OLD AND NEW EDINBURGH. [High Street. 2x2 hand; but we are told that ?? one sees in a moment that this is not a great publishing shop ; such weighty and laborious business would put to flight all the loves and graces that hover in the atmosphere of the place.? Millar was the successor of William Creech ; but how little could Alexander Arbuthnot, or worthy old Bassandyne, when struggling with iron types to print their famous Bible, and the works of David Lindesay, in the edifice which was not a bow-shot distant, have dreamed of such places or such bibliopoles ? KNOX?S STUDY. of the old city itself, is the ancient manse of John nature existing there, for it was inhabited long be
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