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Broadside celebrating the marriage of James Marquess of Montrose to Lady Christian Carnegie, 1702
TO THE TRUELY NOBLE,
J A M E S
Marquess of MONTROSE,
On His Auspicious Marriage, with the very Vertuous Lady,
Lady Christian Carnagie,
Daughter to the Right Honourable, the late
EARL of NORTH-ESK.
ADDRESSES now being truely a la mode, }
Almost as common as the very road
Which by all Passengers is dayly trod.
ln all Humility I therefore do
Entreat your Lordships Favour, to allow
Your Servant, at this time, to testisy
Hit due Respects unto the Family
Sprung from the GREAT MONTROSE, and to express
The same, by this well-meant, tho' mean, Address.
PErmit, My Lord, me to congratulate
Their Splendor then will dazzle all mens Eyes,
And their Exploits even swell our Histories.
Date of publication:
1702 shelfmark: RB.l.262(089)