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Fac Simile of an Ancient Heraldic Manuscript emblazoned by Sir David Lyndsay of the
Mount, King of Armes. 1542. fol. .... Edin. 1822
Lizars's (W. H.) Lacunar Strevelinense, or Engravings of Heads from the carved work in
the roof of the King's Room in Stirling Castle, fol. . . ib. 1817
See Life, vol. iv. p. 100, note.
J ebb, (Sam.) De Vita et Rebus Gestis Mariae Scotorum Reginae., &c. Autores Sedecim. 2 vols. fol. ........ Lond. 1725
Vol. 1.—Chambre (David) Traité de la Succession des
Rebus Gestis Scotiac Regnante Maria.
Buchanani (Geo.) Detectio Mariae Scot Reg.
tiae, innocens a caede Darleiana.
Vol. 2 Conaei (Geo.) Vita Mariae.
Causin, (Nic.) Histoire de l' incomparable
Reine, Marie Stuart
K. James VI., Works of. fol.
Scot! (Rom.) Summarium Rationum, quibus
Herrera (Ant. de) Hist de lo Sucedido en
Escocia y Inglaterra, &c .
et des Additions, par Labourcur.
Royne d' Escosse.
Boethii (Hectoris) Historiae Scotorum a prima gentis origine, &c. Libri xix. fol.
Laumnnae, excud. F. Le Preux, 1574 See Prose Works, vol. xx. p. 302.
Fordun (Joannis de) Scotichronicon, cum Supplementis et contin. Walt. Boweri. E Cod. MSS., &c. edidit W. Goodall. 2 vols. fol. .... Edin. 1759
See Poetical Works, passim. Notes to Fair Maid of Perth, &c. Prose Works, vol. vii. p. 61-2.
Foulis's (Henry) History of Romish Treasons and Usurpations, &c. fol. Lond. 1671
Hist. of the Wicked Plots and Conspiracies of our pretended Saints, 2d edit. fol. Orf 1674
Fountainhall's (Lord) Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session, from 1678 to 1712, &c.
2 vols./o/. ....... Edin. 1759
See Poetical Works, pastim.
Virgil's jEneis, translated into Scottish verse by Gavvin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld, with Glossary and Life by Ruddiman. fol. . ib. 1710
Crawfurd's (Geo.) Peerage of Scotland, fol. . . . . ib. 1716
Cragii (Tho. do Riccarton) Jus Feudale. edit. 3°. curante Jac. Baillie. fol. ib. 1732
Calderwood's (Rev. Dav.) History of the Church of Scotland, from the Reformation to the end of James VI. fiL . . . . . . . 1704 Spotswood's (Abp.) History of the Church of Scotland, from A.D. 203 to the death of James VI.
ith edit, with Appendix, fol. ..... Lond. 1677
See Poetical Works, vol. i.-iv. passim.
Argyle, Case of Earl of, containing his trial, escape, and sentence, &c. (wanting last leaf)
1683. Grand Indictment for High Treason, against the Marquess of Argyle, &c., 1661.
His Defences to the Indictment, Speeches in Parliament, and Speech on the Scaffold, &c.
with MS. note by Sir W. S., 1661. fol. . . . Edin. 1661-83
See Poetical Works, vol. iv. p. 268.
Sibbald's (Sir Robt.) History of Fife and Kinross, the Firths of Forth and Tay, and the Islands
in them. fol. ....... ib. 1710
See Poetical Works, vol. iv. p. 268.
Standsfield, (Philip) Tryal of, for the Murder of his father, Sir James Standsfield, with MS. note by Sir W. S. and Letter from C. K. Sharpe, Esq. fol. . . ib. 1688
See Life, vol. i. p. 261; vol. v. p. 295. Poetical Works, vol . iv. p. 191-2.
Ramsay's (Allan) Gentle Shepherd, with illustrations by David Allan. Glasgow, Foulis, 1788 —Gambado's Annals of Horsemanship, Lond. 1791- ito.
Crawfurd's (Geo.) Deseription of Renfrewshire, continued to the present period, by G. Robertson. Mo. ....... Paisley, 1818
Papers relating to the administration of Justice in Scotland in Civil Cases. fol. Edin. 1809-10
Laws and Acts of the First Parliament of Charles II. holden at Edinburgh, 1st January 1661,
&c. Extracted, &c., by Sir Archibald Primerose of Chester, fol. . ib. 1661
Turner's (Sir James) Pallas Armata: Military Essayes, &c. fol. .' Lond. 1683
See Note to Old Mortality.
Information for Her Majesties Advocate against Mr. James Dundas, advocate.—Information for Mr. Dundas against Sir James Stewart, Her Majesties Advocate, (respecting the Medal of the Pretender.) fol. ..... . Edin. 1712
Albania, a Poem, addressed to the Genius of Scotland, with MS. note by Sir W. S. fol.
See Poetical Works, vol. vt p. 108. Prose Works, vol. iv. p. 164; vol. vii. p. 344.
Proceedings at law by Francis Stuart, Son of Francis Earl of Bothteell, against the Earl of
Bucdeuch, MS. fol.
Campbell's (Alex.) Introduction to the History of Poetry in Scotland, from the 13th century
to the present time; to which are subjoined, Saugs of the Lowlands, &c. 4fo. Edin. 1798
See Life, vol. i. pp. 48-9, note.
Memorial for Major General Walter Ker of Littledean, Defender, in Action of Reduction brought at the instance of Sir James Innes Ker, Pursuer. ito. . Edin. 1811
Actis and Constitutiounis of the Realme of Scotland, B. L., commonly called The Black Acts, (from James I. to Mary), title page supplied in MS. sm.fol. Edin. by Ii. Lekpreuik, 1566
Fordun (Joannis de) Scotichronicon Genuinum, cum Supplemento ac Continuatione Boweri. E Cod. MSS. edidit Th. Hearnius. 5 vols. 8co. Ch. Max. . Oxon. 1723
Keith's (Bp. Robt.) Catalogue of the Scottish Bishops to 1688, &c. New edition, continued to
the present time, with Author's Life, by the Rev. Dr. M. Russel. royal 8vo. Edin. 1824
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Memorials the Haliburtons. Edited by Sir Walter Scott, with MS. additions by him. Mo.
Complaynt of Scotland, written in 1548; with preliminary Dissertation and Glossary by Dr.
John Leyden. 4to. ...... ib. 1801
See Poetical Works, passim.
Hailes's (Lord) 6 Tracts relative to the History and Antiquities of Scotland. 4to. ib. 1800 Ossian's Fingal, an Ancient Epic Poem, in six Books; together with several other Poems.
Translated from the Gaelic by James Macpherson. 2 vols. 4to. . Lond. 1762
Phingaleis, sive Hibernia Liberata, Epicum Ossianis Poema, e Celtico Scrmone conversum, &c.
ab Alex. MacDouald, with Letter from Mr. Lockhart respecting the Author. 8vo. Edin. 1820 Acts of the Parliament of Scotland from 1640 to 1649, (part of the Collection commonly called
Rescinded Acts.) sm.fol. ...... ib. 1640-1649
Arnot's (Hugo) History of Edinburgh. 4to. .... ib. 1788
Ridpath's'(Rev. Geo.) Border History of England and Scotland, from the earliest tiroes to the
Union of the Crowns, &c. published by his son Philip Ridpath. Mo. Lond. 1776
See Poetical Works, passim. Prose Works, vol. vii. p. 66.
Shaw's (Sam.) Alphabetical Index of Registered Entails in Scotland, from 1685 to 1784. 4to.
Ferguson's (Dr. Adam) Biographical Sketch of Col. Patrick Ferguson. 8vo. ib. 1817
Skinner's (Rev. John) Annals of Scottish Episcopacy from 1788 to 1816, &c. 8co. ib. 1818
Jamieson's (Rev. Dr. John) Hist. Account of the Ancient Culdees of Iona, &c. 4to. ib. 1811
See Life, vol. ii. p. 332.
Menu de la maison de la Royne, faict par Monsieur de Pinguillon, 1562. Edited by Thomas Thomson, Esq. sm. ito. . . . . . . ib. 1816
Paterson's ( ) Twelve Etchings of Edinburgh, by an Amateur. 4to. . ib.
Scenery and Antiquities of Mid-Lothian, drawn and etched by an Amateur. 4to. ib. 1819
Nugao Derelictae, quas colligerunt J. Maidment et R. Pitcairn, (18 pieces), royal 8vo. ib. 1822 Brydson's (Thos.) Observations respecting Precedence, and some of the distinctions of rank on which it is founded, &c. with Supplement to second edition. 4to. . ib. 1812-14
Fountainhall's (Lord) Chronological Notes of Scottish Affairs, from 1680 to 1701, with Introduction by Sir Walter Scott. Mo. ib. 1822
See Life, vol. v. p. 134.
Miscellanea Curiosa. MS. Mo. Containing,
1. North Country Ballads.
2. Facetious Poem in imitation of Cherry and Slae, S[c.
by G. G. ofS. . . . Edin. 1700.
3. Outlines of Historical Sketch of the name of Scott.
4. Genealogy of the Saintedaires. (By Father Hay ?)
See Portical Works, vol. vi. Notes 3 R and 3 U.
5. Declaration of James III. 'gr. 1722.
6. Letters between Pope and the two Tonsons.
7. Letter from Dr. John Leyden to William Erskine,
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Memoirs regarding 1745. MS. 4to. (beginning with the landing of Prince Charles at Arrisack, and ending with the entrance of the Highland Army into Derby, 6lh December 1745.)
Copies of Original Letters and Orders addressed to Lieut. Col. (afterwards Lieut. Gen.) Sir
Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, Bart., Sfc. commanding a detachment of the King's forces at
Blair in Atholl, 1745-6. MS. Mo.
See Prork Works, vol. xxvi. p. 302, &c.
Belhaven's (Lord) Two Speeches in the Parliament, Nov. 1706, ou the Union.—The Vision, a Poem, in ridicule of Lord Belhaven's Speech, (hy Lord Haddington). sm. Mo. Edin. 1706
Speech for Mr. Dundasse, younger of Arnistoun, if he should he impeached of High Treason for what he said and did about the Pretender's Medal, &c. 1711. The Scotch Medal deciphered, &c. 8vo. ....... Lond. 1711
Keith's (Bishop Rob.) Vindication, &c. from the unfriendly representation of Mr. Alex. Keith, jun. of Ravelston, &c. (with original letter from William Douglas, Bishop Keith's grandson, to Sir W. S.) 8Ro.
The Catherine of Iona, a Ballad, with notes; printed for private circulation, sm. Mo. Glasg. 1824
Campbell's (Robert) Life of John Duke of Argyle, &c. 8vo. . . Lond. 1745
Poetic Remains of some of the Scottish Kings, (James I., V., and VI., Queen Mary, Darnley, and Charles I.) now first collected by George Chalmers. cr. 8vo. . ib. 1824
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Wallace's (Dr. James) Account of the Islands of Orkney, &c. 1700. Earl of Balcarras' Account of the Revolution in Scotland in 1688. sm. 8vo. . . Lond. 1704 See Notes to The Pirate. Prose Works, vol. vii. p. 2P2.
Neill's (Dr. Pat.) Tour through some of the Islands of Orkney and Shetland, &c. 8vo. Edin. 1806
Another Tale of a Tub.—Real cause of taking down the Luckenbooths, 1803.—Balack, king of Moab, and Balaam, the son of Beor, a Poem, 1775.—Chronicles of the day of the Nativity of the King of the Isles, &c. in two parts, 1822. 8vo. . . ib. 1775-1822
Lucta Jacobij or, a Bonefire for his Majestie's double delivery from the Deluge in Perth, 5th August 1600, and the Doomesday of Britaine the 5th Nov. 1605. sm. 4to. Lond. 1607
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8. Memorial for the People of Scotland, or Animad
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4. Queries offered to the Public by a Well-wisher of
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