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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2130 9363
Name: 
Lindesay, David
Lindsaie, David
Lindsaie, David (Sir)
Lindsay, David
Lindsay, David (Sir)
Lindsay of the Mount, David
Lindsay of the Mount, David (Sir)
Lindsey, David (of the Mount)
Lyndesay, Dauid
Lyndesay, David
Lyndesay, David (Schir)
Lyndsay, David
Lyndsay, David ((poet))
Lyndsay, David (Sir)
Dates: 
active 1490-1555
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Hall, Fitzedward (1825-1901)
Hamer, Douglas
Kemp, Robert (1908-)
Laing, David (1793-1878)
McDiarmid, Matthew P.
Nichol, John (1833-1894)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Sibbald, J. (1745-1803)
Sibbald, James (1745-1803)
Small, John (1828-1886)
Williams, Janet Hadley
Titles: 
Ane dialog betuix experience and ane courteour. - [1554]
Ane pleasant satyre of the thrie estaitis, in commendation of vertue, and vituperation of vice; a play
Ane satyre of the thrie estaits.
complaynte and testament of a popinjay. -, The
Court and culture in Renaissance Scotland, c1994:
dialogue betweene Experience and a Courtier. -, A
dreme
Fac simile of an ancient heraldic manuscript
heavenly chariot. -, A
historie and testament of squyer meldrum, the
historie of ane nobil squyer, W. Meldrum. -, The
Pleasant satyre of the thrie estaitis.
Poems.
poetical works of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount, Lion king at arms, under James V., The
satire of the three estates., A
Scotish poems, reprinted from scarce editions... with three pieces before unpublished.
Sir David Lyndesay's works, parts I-[V]
Sir David Lyndsay selected poems
Squyer Meldrum.
three estates, 1998:, The
three estates, The : a pleasant satire in commendation of virtue and in vituperation of vice
tragical death of D. Beatõ. - [1548], The
true narration of all the passages of the proceeding in the Generall *. -, A
warkis of Schir David Lyndesay, The
workes. -, The
works of Sir David Lindsay of the Mount, 1490-1555., The
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