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Hamilton, Janet.—Poems of Purpose and Sketches in Prose of
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of the scenary : an appendix, containing memoirs of David
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glossary. To which are prefixed an authentic life of Allan
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the propriety of the rules prescribed for it; and the practice
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Poems. 4to, Edinburgh, 1721.
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farmers in Lothian; prepared and presented by their sole
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The Battles of Dunbar and Prestonpans, and other selected
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getting rid of Old Ministers. 2nd ed., Edinburgh, 1885.
County of Mid-Lothian. 4to, Edinburgh, 1793.
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Bits from Blinkbonny, or Bell o' the Manse. A tale of
Scottish village life between 1841 and 1851. By John
Strathesk. ib. 1891.
4to, Edinburgh, 1794. (Agricultural Survey Report.)
Auldhame, Tyninghame, and Whitekirk in East Lothian,
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of Nairn and Moray. 8vo, London, 1813. (Agricultural
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Gordon, Alexander.—The Folks o' Carglen, or, Life in the
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Grant, David.—Lays and Legends of the North, and other poems
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Gregor, Walter—An Echo of the Olden Time from the North
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Sinclair, Sir John.—General View of the Agriculture of the
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Sinclair, John Scenes and Stories of the North of Scotland.
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Brand, John.—A new description of Orkney, Zetland, Pightland-
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Edmonston, Thomas, see Shetland Islands.
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Vedder, David.—Orcadian Sketches ; legendary and lyrical
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the ed. of 1700. Ed. John Small. 8vo, Edinburgh, 1883.
Affleck, James.—The Posthumous Poetical Works of James
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Tweeddale. 4to, London, 1799. (Agricultural Survey
Pennecuik, Alexander The Works of Alexander Pennecuik,
Esq., containing the Description of Tweeddale, and miscellaneous
poems. Anew ed., with copious notes, forming
a complete history of the county to the present time. To
which are prefixed, Memoirs of Dr. Pennecuik, and a map
of the Shire of Peebles or Tweeddale. 8vo, Leith, 1815.
[The Description of Tweeddale and the Poems first printed
1883 [ed. 1887].
Pastorals. With preface, notes, and glossary by J. Logie
Robertson. 4to, Edinburgh, 1886.
' For Puir Auld Scotland's Sake.' A book of prose essays
(with a few poetical fringes) on Scottish literary and rural
subjects. 8vo, Edinburgh, 1887.
In Scottish Fields. 8vo, London, 1890.
Ochil Idylls and other poems. i2mo, London, 1891.
Furth in Field. A volume of essays on the life, language, and
literature of Old Scotland. 8vo, London, 1894.
Dunbar: being a selection from the poems of an old Makar,
adapted for modern readers, lamo, London, 1895.
other poetical pieces, chiefly by local authors, with notes
explanatory, critical, and biographical, by Robert Ford.
8vo, Paisley, 1893.
The Days of Auld Lang Syne, 1895.
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Kate Carnegie and those Ministers, 1896.
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and legendary narratives, biographical sketches of eccentric
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[c. 1780]. Ed. Charles Rogers, 1869.
serious. In two parts. To which are added, The
Experienced Gentleman, and The She Anchoret; written
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Nicoll, Robert.—Poems. 3rd ed. : with numerous additions,
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poems and songs, chiefly in the Scottish dialect. iamo,
Smith, Robert.—Poems of Controversy betwixt Episcopacy and
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subjects. With some funeral elegies on various noblemen
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Spence, Charles.—From the Braes of the Carse, poems and
songs by the late Charles Spence, ed. by James M. Strachan.
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poems. With a memoir of the author. i2mo, Perth, 1857.
pp. 23. 8vo, Paisley, 1836.
Random Rhymes : chiefly Scottish, pp.36. i2mo, Glasgow,
national play, in three acts, entitled King James V, or, the
Gipsy's Revenge, and ed., enlarged. 121110, Paisley, 1853.
Gilmour, David—Reminiscences of the ' Pen ' Folk. By One
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Harp Of Renfrewshire, The : a collection of songs and other
poetical pieces (many of which are original), accompanied
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a short essay on the poets of Renfrewshire. [Ed.
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Hector, William.—Selections from the Judicial Records of
Renfrewshire. Illustrative of the administration of the
laws of the county, and manners and condition of the
inhabitants, in the 17th and 18th centuries. With notes
introductory and explanatory, and six fac-similes of old
documents. 8vo, Paisley, 1876.
descriptive, bearing on the political, moral, and religious
character of man, in this country at the present day.
2nd ed., enlarged. 8vo, Glasgow, 1862.
Renfrew. 4to, London, 1794. (Agricultural Survey Report.)
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Language. 8vo, Glasgow, 1877.
dialect. 8vo, Paisley, 1788.
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2 vols. 8vo, Edinburgh, 1813.
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and satirical songs, ismo, Paisley, 1835.
i2tno, Newcastle .
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8vo, Paisley, 1812. (Agricultural Survey Report.)
character, iamo, Glasgow, 1865.
Lochlomond Side and other poems, ib. 1872.
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Competing and other Poems on the Auld Brig. Hawick, 1853.
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Rev. J. Morton, 1819.
of the author. 8vo, Hawick, 1901.
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Smith, John G The Old Churchyard, The Twa Mice, and
miscellaneous poems and songs. Kelso, 1862.
Roxburgh. 4to, London, 1794. (Agricultural Survey
Whyte, Robert Poems, including Tales, Ballads, and Songs.
8vo, Kelso, 1867.
121T10, Jedburgh, 1824.
counties of Roxburgh and Selkirk. 8vo, Edinburgh,
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Elliott, Jean.—The Flowers of the Forest, 1755.
Hogg, James.—Scottish Pastorals, poems, and songs, mostly
written in the dialect of the south, pp. 62. 8vo, Edinburgh,
The Mountain Bard. i2mo, Edinburgh, 1807.
Brownie of Bodsbeck, and other tales. 2 vols. i2mo, Edinburgh,
Winter Evening Tales. 2 vols., ib. 1820.
A Queer Book. Edinburgh, 1832.
The Ettrick Shepherd's Tales. In 6 vols. 8vo, Edinburgh, 1838.
The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd. 5 vols. 8vo,
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of the author, by the Rev. T. Thomson. Poems and Life.
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