Craig Phadric, Visions of Sensibility, with Legendary Tales, and Occasional Pieces.

  • Carey, David
  • [Edinburgh]: Printed for the author 1811


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8vo, pp. 8, [4], [9]-225, [1]. Slightly later half calf, marbled boards, spine divided by gilt rules, brown morocco label, other compartments with central blind tools. A few minor spots. The merest touch of rubbing to extremities.


A scarce volume by the Arbroath-born journalist and poet David Carey (1782-1824). The title poem is named after a hill just west of Inverness, and is accompanied by substantial footnotes on matters of antiquarian and topographical interest. It also incorporates the story of Macbeth in the first part, with quotations from Shakespeare, though the footnotes criticise the unfaithful depiction of the story on the stage.

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