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Scottish Text Society


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Founded in 1882 for the purpose of printing and editing texts illustrative of the Scottish language and literature, has issued editions of many works of general literary interest, such as The Kingis Quair, Barbour's Bruce, Gawin Douglas's Eneados, and the Basilikon Doron of James I, and the poems of Dunbar, Henryson, Drummond of Hawthornden, and Sir D. Lindsay. It has also produced editions of later writers, including A. Ramsay and R. Fergusson.

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