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          ANDREW LAMMIE,

                        OR,

     MILL OF TIFTIE'S ANNIE,

                       THIS

 Tragedy was Acted in the Year 1674.

PRINTED BY J. DAVIDSON, BOOKSELLER AND
                   BOOKBINDER, BANFF.

AT Mill o' Tiftie lived a man,
In the neighbourhood of Fyvie,
He had a lovely daughter fair,
was called bonny Annie.

Her bloom was like the ſpringing flower,
that ſalutes the roſy morning,
With innocence a graceful main,
her beautious form adorning.

Lord Fyvie had a trumpeter,
his name was Andrew Lammie,
He had the art to gain the heart,
Of Mill o' Tifties Annie.

Piper he was both young and gay,
His like was not in Fyvie,
No one was there that could compare,
With this same Andrew Lammie.

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