As a chapbook this curious work had a very wide circulation.
Chiefly from a chapbook Life, written apparently shortly after his death.
I have come across Mother Ross in our own chapbook literature, where the name may be traditional also.
The reappearance of the chapbook synchronized with that, and is closely related with it.
The Laird o Couls Ghost seems to have originally appeared as a chapbook, and is thought to have been first published in 1750.
A cave man is fun to be engaged to and keep a record about in your chapbook––but when you marry him it is a different matter.
The account of these wonderful happenings was published in the form of a chapbook, and obtained a large circulation.
It is evidently a reprint of a chapbook of the time of Charles II., as appears from many allusions.