The scotch rogue [electronic resource] : or, the life and actions of Donald Macdonald a high-land Scot: Relating his being found in the High-Way, and carried home by Curtogh Macdonald to his Wife; and how he was brought up by them: His Early Waggeries, and Villanies when he came to Riper Years. His Love-Intrigues, and how many various Fortunes he went thorow, and the Miseries that he endur'd: His Extraordinary Wit and Courage, and how he extricated him self out of divers Difficulties, into which his Rogueries had brought him. The whole being very Pleasant and Diverting.
- London : printed for Robert Gifford, in Old Bedlam, 
,114p. : ill. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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