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William Tennant

(1784—1848) scholar of oriental languages and poet


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(1784–1848),

author of a poem in six cantos, Anster Fair (1812), a mock‐heroic description of the humours of the fair (in James V's reign) and of the courting, with fairy interposition, of Maggie Lauder by Rob the Ranter.

Subjects: Literature.


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