Most worthy Sir, Sedition and a Common-wealth was intimated by two Lobsters, fighting one with another, the Land-Lobster is a great enemy to the Serpents and Snakes, therefore the Egyptian Priests did put it to signisie a temperat man, who suppresseth his Lusts and wicked Affections, that are the most dangerous Serpents unto his soul. A true history of the several honourable families of the right honourable name of Scot in the shires of Roxburgh and Selkirk, and others adjacent. Gathered out of ancient chronicles, histories, and traditions of our fathers. By Captain Walter Scot, an old souldier, and no scholler, and one that can write nane, but just the letters of his name. Scot, Walter, ca. WHen restles Phoebus seem'd himself to rest,.