APA Citation

Obscure Edinburgher. (1799). A butter'd slice, to the obscure auld magistrate wha answered Baillie Smith's address: And A waefu' tale, or, An address to the Lord Provost, on account o' the present dearth o' the meal and bread : two poems in the Scottish dialect. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Pillans and Sons, for the author.

Chicago Style Citation

Obscure Edinburgher. A Butter'd Slice, to the Obscure Auld Magistrate Wha Answered Baillie Smith's Address: And A Waefu' Tale, Or, An Address to the Lord Provost, On Account O' the Present Dearth O' the Meal and Bread : Two Poems in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Pillans and Sons, for the author, 1799.

MLA Citation

Obscure Edinburgher. A Butter'd Slice, to the Obscure Auld Magistrate Wha Answered Baillie Smith's Address: And A Waefu' Tale, Or, An Address to the Lord Provost, On Account O' the Present Dearth O' the Meal and Bread : Two Poems in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Pillans and Sons, for the author, 1799.

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