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Collection of State Songs, Poems, &c. published since the Rebellion, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1716 Benson's (Joseph) Battle of Flodden Field, &c. an Heroic Poem, in nine fits or parts, collected from ancient MSS. With David Herd's autograph. \1mo. . . . ib. 1774 A copy of the first printed edition of this Poem, (Lond. 1664. \1mo.~) supposed to be unique, was presented by SirW. S. to the Marquis of Stafford. See Bridgewatcr Catalogue, by J. P. Collier. Lond.lSZT. 4to. p. 123.
Lettische Gedichte. lte u. 2te Sammlung, von Gustav von Bergman, Pastor von Ruien in Livonia. 2 vols. 12mo. Frinted by the Editor. Ruien, 1807.—Palzmareeschu Dseesmu Krahjums, von. T. D. Wahr von Palzmarien in Livonia. 1 vol. \2mo. (1807.) With MS. English translations of many of the Poems, by Dr. John Bowring, whose Account of the Collection (derived from this copy) was given in the Foreign Quarterly Review, vol. viii. p. 61.
Percy's (Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Dromore,) Reliques of Ancient English Poetry; consisting of
Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and other pieces of our earlier poets, &c. Mh edit. 3 vols.
cr. 8vo. . . . . . . • . . Lond. 1794
See Poetical Works, vol. i. pp. 44-48, et passim; Prose Works, vol. xvii. pp. 119-22; Life, Vol i. pp. 38-9.
Evans's (Thomas) Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with some of modern date; now first
collected and reprinted from rare copies and MSS. with notes. 4 vols. cr. 8vo. ib. 1784 See Poetical Works, vol. i. p. 68; Introduction to Kenilworth.
new edit. Revised and considerably enlarged by the Editor's son, R. H. Evans. 4 vols.
cr. 8vo. ......... ib. 1810
See Review of this Collection in Prose Works, vol. xvii. p. 119.
Cunningham's (Allan) Songs, chiefly in the rural language of Scotland. 8vo. . ib. 1813
Blacklock, (Rev. Thomas) Collection of Original Poems by, and other Scotch Gentlemen.
2 vols. \2mo. ....... Edin. 1760
See Introduction to Rob Roy. Note.
Collier's (J. P.) Poetical Decameron: or Ten Conversations on English Poets and Poetry, particularly of the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I. 2 vols. sm. 8vo. . Lond. 1820
Hatfield's (Sib. Eliz.) Wanderer of Scandinavia, or Sweden Delivered, in five Cantos, &c. 2 vols. cr. 8vo. ....... Truro, 1826
Mennis (Sir John) and Smith's (Dr. James) Facetiae. Musarum Delieiae: or the Muses Recreation, &c. 1656, and Wit Restor'd, &c. 1658.—Also Wit's Recreations, &c. 1640, &c. To which are now added, Memoirs of Sir John Mennis and Dr. James Smith. With Preface. 2 vols. sm. 8vo. ...... Lond. 1817
Herder's (J. G. von) Volkslieder. 2 vols. cr. 8vo. . . . Leipz. 1778-9
See Poetical Works, vol. iv. p. 65.
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, modernized by several hands, published by Mr. Ogle. (With Life byUrry.) 3 vols. 8vo. . . . . . . . Lond. 1741 Pinkerton's (John) Select Scotish Ballads. 2 vols. cr. 8vo. . . Lond. 1783
See Poetical Works, vol. i. pp. 72-75.
Ancient Scottish Poems, never hefore in print, but now published from the MS. Collections of Maitland and Bannatyne, &c. 1420-1586. With large notes and glossary, &c. (by Gawin Douglas, Dunbar, and others.) 2 vols. cr. 8vo. . . Edin. 1786 See Poetical Works, vol. i iv. passim; Prose Works, vol. vii . p. 85.
The Bruce, or History of King Robert I. by John Barbour. First genuine edition, from
a MS. of 1489. With notes and glossary. 3 vols. er. 8vo. . . . ib. 1790
See Poetical Works, vol. x. p. 350; Life, vol. ii. p. 47.
Scotish Poems, reprinted from scarce editions, (by Gawin Douglas, Sir D. Lindsay, &e.
3 vols. cr. 8vo. ........ ib. 1792
Lindesay's (Sir David) Pleasant Satyre of the Thrie Estatis, in commendation of virtue, and
vituperation of vice, a play. Edited by J. Sibbald. 8co. . . . ib. 1802
See Prose Works, vol. vi. p. 272.
Dalyell's (Sir John G.) Scotish Poems of the 16th Century. (With historical and biographical
sketches, and a glossary.) 2 vols. 12mo. . . . ... ti. 1801
See Poetical Works, vol. i. p. 80, et passim; Note to 77ie Abbot, &c.
Sibbald's (J.) Chronicle of Scottish Poetry, from the 13th Century to the Union of the
Crowns. With Glossary. 4 vols. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1802
See Review of this by Sir W. S. in Edinburgh Review, 1803; Poetical Works, vol. vii. p. 251.
Higgins, (John) and Buckhurst, (Lord) Mirour for Magistrates, wherein may bee seene, by
examples passed in this realme, with how greevous plagues Vices are punished in great
Princes and Magistrates, and how fraile and unstable worldly prosperity is found, where
Fortune seemeth most highly to favour. Newly imprinted, &c. with the addition of divers
Tragedies, enlarged. Lond. Henry Marsh, 1587.—Blenerhasset, (Thomas) The
Second Part of the Mirrour for Magistrates, &c. ib. R. Webster, 1578. B. L. 4to.
The Vision of Pierce Plowman, nowe the seconde tyme imprinted by Roberte Crowlye, &c.
See Poetical Works, vol. iv. p. 147.
Richardson's (G. F.) Poetic Hours; consisting of Poems, original and translated, &c. sm. 8co.
Thomson's (\V.),Orpheus Caledonius; or Collection of Scots Songs set to Musick. 2 vols. 8co.
Stanley's (Sir William) Garland; containing his Twenty-one years' Travels through most parts of the world, &c. 8co. ..... repr. Leeds, 1814
Jolly Huntsman's Garland. (Written about 1670-80.) Reprinted by Sir Cuthbert Sharp. With MS letter from the editor. 8vo. ..... 1823
Bee's (Jacob) Diary, 1682-1706. With wood-cuts.—Chroiiieon Mirabile, &c. (Extracts from the Porochial Registers of Durham, &c.) With poetical Prologue. "Cudberte Sharpe, his Boke." Svo.
Ritson's (Joseph) Select Collection of English Songs. 3 vols. cr. 8vo. . Lond. 1783
See Poetical Works, Vol . i. p. 75-6.
Remarks, Critical and Illustrative, on the text and notes of the last Edition of Shak
speare. (With the cancelled leaves.) Svo. . . . . ib. 1783
See Poetical Works, vol. vii. p. 285.
Ancient Songs, from Henry III. to the Revolution, er. Svo. . . ib. 1792
See Poetical Works, vol . ii. p. 357; vol. iii. p. 181; vol. vii. p. 269.
Pieces of Ancient Popular Poetry, from authentic MSS. and old printed Copies. er. Svo.
See Poetical Works, vol. i. pp. 75-9; Prose Works, vol. vi. pp. 143, 155, &c.
English Anthology. 3 vols. er. 8co. ..... ib. 1793
Scotish Songs. (With the Airs, an Historical Essay on Scotish Song, and Notes.)
2 vols. 12mo. . . . . . . . . ib. 1794
See Poetical Works, vol. iii. p. 318; vol. x. pp. 240, 304-7.
Robin Hood: a Collection of all the Ancient Poems, Songs, and Ballads now extant,
relative to that celebrated outlaw, &c. (With Notes and Glossary.) 2 vols. er. Svo.
See Poetical Works, vol. viii. pp. 341, 244.
Minot's (Laurence) Poems on Interesting Events in the Reign of King Edward III.
Written in 1352. With Preface, Dissertations, Notes, and Glossary, er. Svo. ib. 1795
Ancient Engleish Metrical Romance's. 3 vols. cr. 8vo. . . . ib. 1802
See Review of (ha in Prose Works, vol. xvii. pp. 17-30; Life, vol. vi. p. 259.
Bibliographia Poetica: a Catalogue of Engleish Poets of the 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th,
and 16th Centurys, with a short account of their works. er. Svo. . . ib. 1804
Essay on Abstinence from Animal Food as a Moral Duty. 8co. . , ib. 1802
Practical Points, or Maxims in Conveyancings Sec. 8vj. . . . ib. 1804
Northern Garlands, 4 parts.—Select Scotish Poems, part 1. containing Susan by Huch
own of the Awle Ryale, and Peblis to the Play. er. Svo. . . ib. 1810
See Poetical Works, vol. ii. p. 101.
Office of Bailiff of a Liberty. Published by his nephew Joseph Frank. 8ro, ib. 1811
Ritson's (Jos.) Select Collection of English Songs, &c. 2d edit. With additional Songs and
occasional Notes by Thomas Park. 3 vols. er. Svo. .... ib. 1813
See Poetical Works, vol. i. p. 76.
Aikin's (John, and Anna Laetitia) Miscelknous Pieces in Prose. Lond. 1773.—Poems by Anna Laetitia Aikin, (afterwards Mrs. Barbauld,) 1772. Sco. . ib. 1772-3
Aikin's (Dr. John) Vocal Poetry, a Select Collection of English Songs.—Prefixed, an Essay on Song-Writing, entirely re-written by the Author, er. 8vo. . Lond. 1810
Essays on Song-Writing, (reprinted from the Edition of 1774,) with a Collection of
English Songs, &c. New edition, with additions, corrections, and Supplement, by R. H.
Evans. er. 8vo. . . . . . . ■ . ib. 1810
See Review of these two Editions in Prose Works, vol. x?ii. pp. 133-136.
Scott's (Alexander) Poems. From a MS. written in 1568. (With Introductory Notice and
Notes by David Laing.) 8ro. . . . . Edin. 1821
Watson'8 (James) Choice Collection of Comic and Serious Scots Poems, both ancient and
modern. In 3 parts cr. 8vo. ..... ib. 1706-9-11
See Poetical Works, vol. i. p. 41; vol. ii. p. 326.
Choice Collection of Scots Poems, ancient and modern, &c. \2mo. . . ib. 1766
Finlay's (John) Scottish Historical and Romantic Ballads, chiefly ancient; with Explanatory
Notes and Glossary, &c. 2 vols. er. 8vo. ..... ib. 1808
See Poetical Works, vol. i. pp. 82-3 ; vol. viii. p. 242.
Wallace, or the Vale of Ellerslie, and other Poems. 2d edit. cr. 8vo. Glasg. 1801
Bell's (John, jun.) Rhymes of Northern Bards; being a Curious Collection of old and new Songs and Poems, peculiar to the Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, and Durham. 8co. ...... Newcastle, J. Bell, 1812
Vocal Miscellany; a Collection of above 400 celebrated Songs, &c. With the names of the Tunes prefixed to each. 3d edit. 2 vols. 12mo. . . . Lond. 1738
Stanley's (Thomas) Anaereon, Bion, and Moschus, with other Translations, 1651. new edit. With Preface, &c. by Sir E. Brydges. er. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1815
Chapman's (George) Hymns of Homer, the Batrachomyomachia, and two original Poetical Hymns. With Preface by S. W. Singer. \2mo. . . . Chitwick, 1818
The Gaberlunzienian, an old Scotch Ballad. With Explanatory Notes. 12mo. Gotting. 1775
Symson's (Rev. Andrew) Tripatriarchicon, or, the Lives of the three Patriarchs, Abraham, Isaae, and Jacob, &c. digested into English Verse. (With the Author's Elegies on Archbishop Sharp, Sir George Mackenzie, &c. bound up at the end.) With MS. note by Sir W. S. 8vo. ..... Edin. printed by the Author, 1705
See Introduction to Bride of Lommermoor.
Bobbin's (Tim) Miscellaneous Works, containing his View of the Lancashire Dialect: Poem
of the Flying Dragon, &c. and Amusements, prose and verse. \2mo.
Manchester, printed for the Author, 1775 Ray's (John) Collection of English Proverbs, digested into a convenient Method, &c. Where
unto are added, Local Proverbs, &c. &c. and Scottish Proverbs. 2d edit. \2mo. Camb. 1678 Mackintosh's (Donald) Collection of Gaelic Proverbs, and Familiar Phrases, with an English
Translation, &c. 12roo. ...... Edin. 1785
Montgomery's (Alex.) Poems, with Biographical Notices by Dr. David Irving. 8ro. ib. 1821 Pilgrim of the Hebrides, a Lay of the North Countrie. By the Author of Three Days at
Killarney. sm. 8vo. ...... Lond. 1830 SHELF XX.
Sangs of the Lowlands of Scotland, carefully compared with the original editions. With characteristic Designs by the late David Allan. 4to. . . Edin. A. Foulis, 1798 Motherwell, (William) Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modern. With an Historical Introduction
and Notes. 4/o. ...... Glasg. 1827
Sec Poetical Works, Vol . i. p. 5_8. & 88.
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Templaria. Papers relating to the History &c. of the Scotish Knights Templar, and
Knights of St. John.. (3 parts.) sm. 4to. . . . . ib. 1828 Abstract of the Charters and other Papers recorded in the Chartulary of Torphichen,
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Gillies's (R. P.) Oswald, a Metrical Tale, in 4 Cantos. 4to. . . . ib. 1817
Fragment suggested by a bright gleam of Sunshine, Nov. 17, 1817, two days before the
Funeral of the Princess Charlotte of Wales; and Poetical Fragments. 4fo. ib. 1817
Atkinson's (Thomas) Sextuple Alliance, and the Dying Wish, Poems. (With MS. Letter from the Author.) 4to. ..... . Glasg. 1823
Colvill's (Rev. Rob.) Occasional Poems. 2diedit. (Containing the Caledonian Heroine, the
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of Julia; all published separately.) 4to. .... Lond. 1771 Ehilanthes, a Monody. Inscribed to Miss D—y H—y, &c. ito. . . 1752 Edmar and Elwinna, or the Waer Warlock, an old Ballad, &c. Mo. . Edin. 1/93 Lockhart's (J. G.) Ancient Spanish Ballads, Historical and Romantic. Translated by
ito. . . . . . . . . . . ib. 1828
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Miscellanea Antigua Anglicana; or a Select Collection of Curious Tracts illustrative of the
Literature, Manners, and Biography of the English Nation. Mo. Lond. Triphook, 1816-21
containing reprints of the following pieces:
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2. Quarrel between Arthur Hall and Melchisedeck Mallorie, &c. (Duplicate. See Tracts, p. 139.)
3. Account of the Christmas Prince, as exhibited, &c. at Oxford in 1607.
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