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Scott's (Sir W.) Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. first edit. 2 vols. 800. red mor. Kelso, 1802
“ From His Majesty's Library.”
1. Battle of Lutzen in 1633.
8. Mackenzie's (Rev. J.) Siege of London Derry, (in answer to Walker) 1690. Roberts's (H.) Clio and Euterpe, or British Harmony: a Collection of celebrated Songs and
Cantatas, by the most approved masters, curiously engraved, &c. 3 vols. 800. Lond. 1762 Old Poems. 1 vol. 4to. containing, 1. Poems on Affairs of State, by A. Marvel, and others. 3 parts.
ib. 1689 2. The Double Descent, a Poem. .
ib. John Dunton, 1692 3. Satire upon the Town.
ib. 1693 4. The Great Birth of Man. By M. S. (? Matthew Smith.) 2d edit.
ib, 1689 5. Corinna, or Human Frailty, &c.
ib. 1699 6. Sylvia's Revenge, or a Satyr against Man. 3d edit. .
ib. 1699 7. Motteux's Europe's Revels for the Peace, &c. a Musical Interlude.
ib. 1697 8. The Wheel of Fortune, or, Nothing for a Penny. .
ib. 1698 9. Toland's (John) Clito, a Poem on the Force of Eloquence.
ib, 1700 10. Caledonia, or the Pedlar turned Merchant, a Tragi-Comedy. (Satire on the Darien Scheme.) 1700 11. Miseries of England, &c. from domestick Enemies. .
ib. 1707 12. Essay on Prince Eugene's Success in Italy, &c. .
ib. 1702 13. Ward's (Edward) All Men Mad, &c. .
ib. 1704 14. — Helter-Skelter, or, the Devil upon Two Sticks, a Comedy.
ib, 1704 15. The Monster, or, World turn 'd Topsy-Turvy, a Satyr.
ib, 1705 16. Arwaker's (Edm. jun.) Embassy from Heaven, or Ghost of Queen Mary.
ib. 1704 17. Stote's ( Faction Displayed. Attributed also to Shippen.
ib. 1704 See PROSE WORKS, vol. i. p. 333. 18. — Moderation Displayed. .
ib. 1704 19. The Leaden Age. .
ib. 1705 20. The Mitre) and C(lu)b, or, the Lambe)th Consultation.
ib, 1704 21. Swift’s (Dean) John Dennis, &c.; Invitation to Richard Steele, &c.
ib. 1714 22. The Weesel Trap'd, a Reflection on the late Satyrical Fable..
ib. 1691 23. The Feu de Joye, or a Brief Description of two Victories, &c. at Schellenbergh and Blainheim. ib. 1705 24. Fatal Friendship, or the Drunkard's Misery. .
ib. 1693 25. Mandeville, (Bernard) The Grumbling Hive, or Knaves turned honest.
ib. 1705 26. Cowley's (Abraham) Poem on the late Civil War. .
ib, 1679 27. Dennis's (John) Monument, sacred to the memory of King William III.
ib. 1702 28. Defoe’s (Daniel) Reformation of Manners, a Satyr..
ib. 1702 29. The Managers, a Ballad.
no title. 30. The Nuptials of the Lamb, a Pindarique Poem. By J. S. .
Lond. 1708 31. Illust. Prin. Ducis Cornubiae et Comitis Palatini Genethliacon.
Jamieson's (Robert) Popular Ballads and Songs, from tradition, manuscripts, and scarce editions; with translations of similar pieces from the ancient Danish language, &c. 2 vols. 8vo.
Edin. 1806 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. p. 81 ; vol. viii. note K. ; ProsE WORKS, vol. xvii. p. 115. Stuart's (George) Joco-Serious Discourse in two Dialogues, between a Northumberland Gent.
and his Tenant, a Scotchman, both old Cavaliers, &c. 4to. . . Lond. 1686 Y- (- ) Pieces of Ancient Poetry, from unpublished MSS. and scarce books ; with
preface and notes. 4to. . . . . . . Bristol, 1814 Wine's (John) Welcome to Victory, a Congratulatory Poem on the success of Her Majesty's Forces in Germany, &c. 4to.
: . Lond. 1704 Campbell's (James) Treatise of Modern Faulconry: to which is prefixed, &c. an Introduction,
(ascribed to the Rev. Alexander Gillies of Kilmaurs) shewing the practice of Faulconry in
remote times and countries. With MS. notes at the end. 8vo. . Edin. 1773 Pegge's (Rev, Samuel) Forme of Cury, a Roll of Ancient English Cookery, compiled about 1390, &c. With notes and glossary, &c. 8vo.
SHELF III. Greene's (Robert) Dramatic Works and Poems. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. 2 vols. sm. 8vo. .
. . Lond. 1831 Webster's (John) Works; now first collected, &c. by the Rev. Alex. Dyce. 4 vols. sm. 8vo.
ib. 1830 Collyer's (J. P.) History of English Dramatic Poetry to the time of Shakspeare ; and Annals of the Stage to the Restoration. 3 vols. cr. 8vo.
. ib. 1831 Ritson's (Joseph) Life of King Arthur; from ancient Historians and authentic documents. cr. 8vo. . . .
. . . ib. 1825
See Lipe, vol. i. p. 400. - Ancient Songs and Ballads, from the Reign of Henry II. to the Revolution. 2d edit. 2 vols. cr. 8vo. · · ·
. . . ib. 1829 Watts’s (A. A.) Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance. (vol. 1.) 8vo. ib. 1825 Bowring's (John) Poetry of the Magyars. Preceded by a Sketch of the Language and Lite
rature of Hungary and Transylvania. cr. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1830 Redding's (Cyrus) Gabrielle, a Swiss Tale. sm. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1829 Barnard's (Rev. E. W.) Fifty Select Poems, imitated from the Latin of Marc Antonio Fla
minio. With Memoir of the Author, by Archdeacon Wrangham. 800. Chester, 1829 Maude's (Thomas) Traveller's Lay, a Poem. 8m. 8vo. . . . Lond. 1830 Woman's Love, or, the Triumph of Patience, a Drama, &c. 8vo.
. ib. 1829 Mullen's (Samuel) De Grey, a Tale of Codnor Castle, a Poem. (With Letter from the Author.) Lamb's (Charles) Album Verses ; with a few others. 8m. 800.. . Lond. 1830 Kinloch's (G. R.) Ancient Scottish Ballads, recovered from tradition, and never before published; with notes, &c. and airs, &c. 800. . .
sm. 800. . . . . . . . . . . ib. 1832 Deakin's (H. C.) Deliverance of Switzerland, a Dramatic Poem. (With Letter from the Author.) sm. 8vo. .
. ib. 1830
. ib. 1827 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. p. 83; vols. ii._iv. passim. Maidment's (James) Excerpta Scotica. (29 Short Pieces.) 800. . Edin. 1825 - Nugae Scoticae. Miscellaneous Papers (22) illustrative of Scottish Affairs, 1535-1781. 800.
. . . . . . . ib. 1829 SHELF IV. Cibber's (Colley) Dramatic Works. 5 vols. 12mo.
Lond. 1726 D'Urfey's (Tom) Wit and Mirth, or Pills to purge Melancholy; being a Collection of the
best merry Ballads and Songs, old and new, &c. 4th edit. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 5 vols. 12mo.
: : : . ib. 1719
See POETICAL WORKs, vol. iv. p. 12. Popular Histories. Collected by John Bell, Newcastle. 6 vols. 12mo. Right Merry Book of Garlands. Collected by ditto. 1 vol. 12mo. SHELF V. Right Merry Book of Garlands. 2 vols. 12mo.-Seventy-one Ballads. 1 vol. 12mo.–Ballads.
5 vols. 12mo.—Sixty-three Ballads. 1 vol. 12mo.—Ballads. 1 vol. 12mo. Popular Histories. 2 vols. 12mo.—History, &c. of Robin Hood, and Ballads. 1 vol. 12mo.-His
tories. 1 vol. 12mo.-Collected by John Bell, Newcastle. Histories. 1 vol. 12mo. Printed by Kendrew, at York.
SHELF VI. Popular Ballads and Stories. Collected by Sir Walter Scott. 6 vols. 12mo. * This little collection of Stall Tracts and Ballads was formed by me, when a boy, from the baskets of the
travelling pedlars. Until put into its present decent binding, it had such charms for the servants,
See PoeticaL WORKS, vol. i. p. 227, note; Life, vol. i. p. 128.
- Collected by John Bell, Newcastle. 1 vol. 12mo.
Train's (Joseph) Poetical Reveries. 12mo.
Glasg. 1806 Scott's (Andrew) Poems on Various Subjects. 12mo..
Edin. 1826 — (George) Heath Flowers, or Mountain Melodies, &c. 12mo.
ib. 1820 Hetherington's (Rev. W. M.) Twelve Dramatic Sketches, founded on the Pastoral Poetry of Scotland. 12mo.
. ib. 1829
Lond. Evans, Comical Dialogue between Maggy and Janet; or the folly of Witless Women displayed, &c.
. . Edin. D. Webster, 1820 Glass's (Willison) Caledonian Parnassus, a Museum of Original Scottish Songs. 8vo. ib. 1812 Burns's (Robert) Fornicator's Court. With a MS. Song, “ Saro ye my Maggie,” in Burns's
hand-writing. fine paper. 8vo. - Letters addressed to Clarenda. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 12mo. Belfast, 1806 Burnomania; the Celebrity of Robert Burns considered, in a Discourse addressed to all real Christians of every denomination. 12mo. .
. . Edin. 1811 Ward's (Edward) History of the Grand Rebellion ; containing the most remarkable Transac
tions, from the beginning of the reign of Charles I. to the happy Restoration, &c. (In verse.) With 100 Portraits. 3 vols. 8vo. .
. Lond. 1713 Daniel's (Samuel) Whole Workes in Poetrie. sm. 4to.
. . ib. 1623 Gardiner's (Ralph) England's Grievance Discovered, in relation to the Coal Trade, &c. Lond. 1655. 8vo. . .
. . · · repr. Newcastle, 1796 The Blackbird ; containing 130 Songs, Scotch and English. 8m. 8vo. , Berwick, 1783 The Vocal Magazine, or, Compleat British Songster. 8vo. . . Lond. 1781 Taylor's (Edgar) Lays of the Minnesingers, or German Troubadours of the 12th and 13th
Centuries, &c. With Historical and Critical Notes, &c. sm. 800. . . ib. 1825 Buchan's (Peter) Gleanings of Scotch, English, and Irish scarce Old Ballads, chietly Tragical and Historical, &c. 12mo, . . .
. . Peterhead, 1825 - Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of Scotland. With Explanatory Notes. 2 vols. 8vo.
Edin. 1828 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. i. pp. 87-89; vols. ii. to iv. passim. Chambers's (Robert) Scottish Ballads, collected and illustrated. 8vo. . . ib. 1829 - Scottish Songs, collected and illustrated. 2 vols. 8vo.
. ib. 1829 Campbell's (Thomas) Poetical Works. 2 vols. sm. 8vo.
. ib. 1828 Nicol's (Rev. James) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. 2 vols. 12mo. . ib. 1805 The Assassins of the Paradise. By the author of Abassah. 8vo. . Lond. 1831 Northcote's (James) One Hundred Fables, original and selected. With 280 wood-engravings. sm. 8vo. . . . . .
. . ib. 1828 Schiller's (Fred.) Wallenstein, a Dramatic Poem. Translated by Professor Moir. 2 vols. sm. 8vo. · · · ·
Schiller's (Fred.) Song of the Bell. sm. 8vo.
. Scott's (Henry) Poems. 12mo.
Translated by Fred. Page, Esq. With the original text. . . . . . Lond. 1827
. Lond. 1633 The Goldfinch, a Choice Collection of the most celebrated Songs, Scots and English, &c. 12mo.
Edin. 1777 The Convivial Songster, a Select Collection of the best English Songs. With the music to each.
12mo. The Triumph of Wit, or Ingenuity displayed in its perfection, &c. In 3 parts. 9th edit. 12mo.
. Lond. 1735 Edwin's Last Legacy; containing a Collection of his Oddities, Songs, and various. Efforts of Humour. 12mo. . .
. . . . ib. 1790 Dunstan, (Sir Jeffrey, M.P. and Mayor of Garrat,) Fugitive Pieces written by, &c. 12mo. ib.1789 Colman's (Geo. jun.) Specimen of a new Jest Book, &c. By Marcus Spermaceti the elder. 12mo. . . . . . .
. . ib. 1810 Pleasant History of the Life and Death of Will. Summers, &c. 1694. 12mo. repr. ib. 1794 Loyal Martyr, or the Life, &c. of Richard Scroop, Archbishop of York, cruelly put to death by King Henry IV. &c. 12mo.
. . . ib. 1722 John Thomson's Man, or Short Survey of the difficulties, &c. that may attend a Married Life. 12mo. . . .
. 1802 Kæmpe Viser. (Collection of 200 Danish Ballads, &c. With MS. note by Henry Weber.) 12mo. .
. Copenh. 1695 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. p. 82 ; vol. iii. p. 250 ; vol. viii. pp. 327-340; Prose Works, vol. xvii. p. 114. Lyle's (Thomas) Ancient Ballads and Songs, chiefly from tradition, manuscripts, and scarce
works. With biographical and illustrative notices, &c. 12mo. . Lond. 1827 Wilsone's (Chas.) St. Cecilia, a New Collection of favourite Songs, &c. (including Auld Robin Gray, with additions, variations, and a continuation.) With MS. note by Sir W. S. 12mo.
St. Jago de la Vega, 1785 Edinburgh Miscellany; consisting of Original Poems, &c. 2d edit. 12mo. Edin. 1720 Sharpe, (Charles K.) A Ballad Book. 12mo. .
. . Edin. See Poetical Works, vol. i. pp. 25 & 84. Maidment, (James) The Ballad Book. 12mo..
. . . . ib. 1827 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. pp. 84-5. Poetical Miscellanies. 1 vol. 12mo. containing,
1. Vint's (J. printer,) Meed of Momus; a Collection of humorous Tales in verse, &c. Alnwick, Vint. 2. Chicken's (Edward) Soldier's Wedding, a Poem. 6th edit.
Newcastle, 1793 3-9. Seven Garlands, (of Songs) 8 pages each. . . . . . ib.