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Pope's (Alex.) Dunciad; with notes variorum, and Prolegomena of Scriblerus. 2d edit. 8vo.
Lond. 1729 Nicolson's (Wm. Bishop of Carlisle,) Irish Historical Library, &c. 800. Dublin, 1724 Grami (Gulielmi) Manifesto Juridica, &c. Dedicated to James Graham of Airth, Dean of Faculty, &c. (In English, although the Dedication is in Latin.) 800. no place or date.
“ Very rare. By Bogle, father of the Artist.”_MS. note of Sir W. S. SHELF VIII. Atherston's (Edwin) Last Days of Herculaneum, and Abradates and Panthea, Poems. 12mo.
Lond. 1824 - Midsummer Day's Dream. 12mo.
. ib. 1824 Gillies's (R. P.) Illustrations of a Poetical Character, in four Tales; with other Poems. 12mo.
Edin. 1816 The Maze, a Poem. (With notes.) 12mo. .
Lond. 1815 Clare's (John) Poems, descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery. 2d edit. 12mo. ib. 1820 Armstrong's (Dr. John) Art of preserving Health. 12mo.
. ib. 1757 Colman's (Geo. the younger,) Broad Grins, Tales in Verse. 12mo. . . ib. 1802 - Eccentricities for Edinburgh. 12mo.
Edin. Carey's (William) Critical Description of Stothard's Picture of Chaucer's Pilgrims to Canter
bury. 2d edit. 12mo. . . . . . . Lond. 1818 The Whole Book of Psalmes, with the prose in the margin, &c. Collected into English
meeter by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. cr. 800. . . ib. 1649 Derrick's (S.) Letters from Liverpool, Chester, Corke, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. . ib. 1767 Dubois's (Edward) My Pocket Book, or, Hints for a Ryghte Merrie and Conceited Tour, in quarto, &c. 12mo.
. ib. 1808 Satire on Sir John Carr. See PROSE WORKs, vol. xix. p. 160. Butler's (Sam.) Hudibras. 12mo. . . . . . Glasg. 1763 Hood's (Thomas) Odes and Addresses to Great People. 12mo. . Lond. 1825 Chateaubriand's (Vicomte de) Aben Hamet, the last of the Abencerrages, a Romance. 12mo.
ib. 1826 Brougham and Vaux, (Henry, Lord) Discourse on the Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of Science. new edit. fc. 8vo.
• . . . ib. 1828 Belhaven's (Lord) Countrey-man's Rudiments : or an Advice to the Farmers in East Lothian how to labour and improve their ground. 12mo.
and Notes, &c. by Sir John Hawkins. 800. . . . Lond. Bagster, 1808 The same; with Notes by the same. 6th edit. 12mo.
. ib. 1797 Barker's (Thomas) Art of Angling, &c. 1651. 12mo.
repr. ib. 1820 - Delight, or Art of Angling, &c. 1658. 12mo. . . . repr. ib. 1820 Whitney's (John) Genteel Recreation, or the Pleasures of Angling, a Poem. 1700. 12mo.
repr. Lond. 1820 Lunardi's (Vincent) Account of the first Aerial Voyage in England. 800. . ib. 1784 - Account of five Aerial Voyages in Scotland, &c. 800. .
. ib. 1786 Loyal Pamphlets. 1 vol. 800. Lond. 1820. containing,
1. The New Christmas Budget.
5. Types of the Tymes.
. Lond. 2. Life of the late Thomas Coutts, Esq. with Anecdotes of his first wife, Betty Starky, &c. . ib. 3. Biograph. and Historical Addenda to the Life, &c. also the Letter of the Earl of Dundonald, &c. ib. 4. Dundonald's (Archibald, Earl of) Answer to the Mis-Statements contained in the Life of the late T. Coutts, Esq.
. ib. 1822 Julia, or the Pilgrim. In two cantos, &c. 12mo. .
. ib. 1825 Lockhart's (J. G.) Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk. 2d edit. 3 vols. 8vo. Edin, 1819
See LIFE, vol. iv. p. 282. Moncreiff-Welwood's (Rev. Sir Henry) Sermons. 2d edit. 800.
. ib. 1807 The Scottish Pulpit; a Collection of Sermons, by eminent Clergymen of the Church of Scotland. Edited by the Rev. R. Gillan. 8vo. .
. . . ib. 1823
11th edit. 8 vols. 12mo. . . . . . . Lond. 1741 Scott's (Sir Walter) Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, addressed to J. G. Lockhart, Esq. 18mo. . . . . . .
. ib. 1830 Brewster's (Sir David) Letters on Natural Magic, addressed to Sir W. Scott. 18mo. ib. 1832 Chambers's (Robert) Notices of the most remarkable Fires in Edinburgh, from 1385 to 1824, &c. 18mo. . . . .
. Edin. 1824 Mercer's (A.) Dunfermline Abbey, a Poem. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 12mo. Dunf. 1819
MISCELLANIES; ENGLISH POLYGRAPHERS; OLD ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH POETRY ;
HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN TRACTS ; NATURAL HISTORY. SHELF I.
Cervantes, Vida y Hechos del Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha, &c. Con Vida de Cervantes per Don G. Mayans i Siscar. (Lord Carteret's Edition.) 4 tom. 4to.
Londres, Tonson, 1738 Ramsay's (Chevalier) Travels of Cyrus. Ath. edit. Subscription edition. 4to. L. P. ib. 1730
Warton's (Rev. Thomas) History of English Poetry, from the close of the 11th century, (to
the end of the reign of Elizabeth,) &c. 2d edit. 3 vols. Lond. 1775-1778-1781.Vol. IV. Sections 44-48, (11 sheets, being all that were printed at the time of the author's death.) 4to.
See Prose WORKS, vol. vi. p. 205; vol. xvii. pp. 4, 18, 96.
with Prefaces, Critical and Biographical. 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1815. containing,
1616 3. Southwell's (Robert) Triumphs over Death.".
1596 5. Breton's (Nic.) Characters, and Good and Bad.
1615 7. Nash's (Thomas) Christ's Tears over Jerusalem.
1613 II. Part 4. Harvey's (Gabriel) Four Letters and Sonnets touching Robert Greene.
1592 8. — Pierce's Supererogation. .
1593 9. — New Letter of Notable Contents.
1593 6. Brathwayte’s (Robert) Essays upon the Five Senses.
Park's (Thos.) Heliconia ; comprising a Selection of English Poetry of the Elizabethan Age;
written or published between 1575 and 1604. 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1815. containing, Vol. I. 1. Proctor's (Thomas) Gorgious Gallery of Gallant Inventions.
1578 2. Breton's (Nic.) Small Handfull of Fragrant Flowers. .
1575 3. _ Flourish upon Fancie. .
1582 Vol. II. 4. Robinson's (Clement) Handefull of Pleasant Delites.
1584 5. Whetstone's (George) Mirrour of True Honour, &c. in the Life, Death, &c. of Frauncis Earle of Bedford. . . .
1585 6. SO , (R ) The Phoenix Nest. .
1593 7. Barnes's (Barn.) Divine Centurie of Spiritual Sonnets.
1593 8. Constable’s (Henry ?) Spiritual Sonnets, to the Honour of God, &c. by H. C. 9. Churchyard's (Thomas) Sad and Solemne Funerall of Sir F. Knowles.
1596 10. Storer's (Thomas) Life and Death of Cardinall Wolsey. .
1599 Vol. III, 11. Allott's (Robert) England's Parnassus.
1600 12. Churchyard's (Thomas) Sad and Heavy Verses for the Losse of Archbishop Whitgift. 1604 Golagrus and Gawane, the Knightly Tale of—and other Ancient Poems. B. L. Printed at
Edinburgh by W. Chapman and A. Myllar, in the year M.DvIII. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 4to. (Contains 11 Pieces, with Introduction, Register, and Table of Errata.)
Edin. repr. for David Laing, 1827 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. pp. 40-1; vol. v. pp. 443-4. Singer's (Samuel Weller) Researches into the History of Playing Cards. With Illustrations
of the Origin of Printing and Engraving on Wood. 4to. . . Lond. 1816 Fosbrooke's (Rev. T. Dudley) British Monachism, or Manners and Customs of the Monks
and Nuns of England, &c. new edition, very much enlarged. 4to. . . ib. 1817 Glassford's (James) Miscellanea. Translations (Latin and English). not printed for sale. 4to.
Rose's (William Stewart) Partenopex de Blois, a Romance, in 4 Cantos. Freely translated from the French of M. Le Grand. 4to.
. Lond. 1807 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. vii. p. 40 ; vol. ix. p. 383 ; PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. p. 89. Scott's (Sir Walter) Lord of the Isles. Illustrated with proof plates from Westall's designs,
and 23 original drawings of scenery, fc. by Lord and Lady Compton. 4to. L. P. Edin. 1815 Moore's (Thomas) Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance. 4to. . . Lond. 1817 Sportsman's Cabinet, or a Correct Delineation of the various Dogs used in the Sports of the
Field, &c. 2 vols. 4to. . . . . . . . ib. 1803
ca of Sir William Forbes, Bart. 410.
See Review of this in Prose Works, vol. xvii. p. 55.
4to. . . . . . . . . . Edin. 1806 Alison's (Rev. Archibald) Sermon preached, &c. November 16, 1806, the day after the
Funeral of Sir William Forbes, Bart. 4to. . . . . . ib. 1807 Fleurs, a Poem, in 4 books. 4to. Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, in English Heroical Verse. By Sir John Harrington, &c. 3d edit. fol. . . . . See Note to Kenilworth.
See Note to Kenilworth ' . . Lond. 1634 Scott's (Sir W.) Apology for Tales of Terror. (Containing 9 Poetical Translations from the
German, by Sir W. S., M. G. Lewis, Robert Southey, &c.) 4to. Kelso, printed at the Mail Office, 1799. (The first specimen of James Ballantyne's press, of which only 12 copies were thrown off:)—The Rape of the Lock, Canto the First. Respectfully offered as a specimen of the typography of the Kelso Press. imperial 8vo.
. 1801 See Life, vol. i. pp. 316–17. * Lewis's (M. G.) Tales of Wonder. 2 vols. royal 8vo. .
Lond. 1801 : See POETICAL WORKs, vol. i. p. 237 ; vol. iv. pp. 71-76; Life, vol. i. p. 290. Addison's (Joseph) Works. Published by Tickell. 4 vols. 4to. . . ib. 1721 History of the Colonization of the Free States of Antiquity, applied to the Contest between Great Britain and her American Colonies. 4to.
. . . ib. 1777 Borde’s (Dr. Andrew) Fyrst Boke of the Introduction of Knowledge, &c. 1542. B. L. 4to.
repr. ib. 1814 Cutwode's (Thomas) Caltha Poetarum, or the Bumble Bee. Lond. 1599. Edited by
Richard Heber, Esq. for the Roxburghe Club. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 4to. ib. 1815 Hassell's (J.) Memoirs of the Life of the late George Morland. 4to. . . ib. 1806 Vardill's (Anna Jane) Pleasures of Human Life, a Poem. 4to. . . ib. 1812 Meason, (Gilbert Laing) On the Landscape Architecture of the Great Painters of Italy. 4to.
ib. 1828 Olai Magni Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus, &c. fol. . . Romae, 1553
Collection of Miscellaneous Poems; with some Prose Tracts. 5 vols. 4to. containing,
. Lond. 1787 2. The Country Book Club. . .
ib. 1788 3. Peter Pindar's Brother Peter to Brother Tom. .
wants title. 4. The Choice.
Edin, 1788 5. Knipe's (Eliza) Six Narrative Poems.
Lond. 1787 6. Thelwall's (John) Orlando and Almeyda. .
wants title. 7. Mickle's (William Julius) Sir Martyn, an imitation of Spenser.
. Lond. 1777 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. p. 69, note. 8. The Progress of Envy, in imitation of Spenser, occasioned by Lauder's attack on Milton. ib. 1751 9. Porson's (Professor Richard) Eloisa in Dishabille, &c. .
ib. 1780 10. Cartwright's (Dr. Edm.) Armine and Elvira. 5th edit. ..
Oxford, 1772 See LIFE, vol. i. p. 139. 11. Bürger's Lenoré. Translated by H. J. Pye. .
Lond. 1796 12. Translated by William Taylor..
Norwich, 1796 See POETICAL Works, vol. iv. p. 57 ; LIFE, vol. i. pp. 235, 243, 254. 13. The Bedesman of Nidsyde, a Legendary Fragment. .
• Lond. 1790 III. 14. Lewis's (M. G.) Love of Gain. Imitated from Juvenal..
. ib. 1799 15. Seward's (Anna) Original Sonnets and Odes. .
ib. 1799 16. Memorial respecting the Rights, &c. of Clerks to the Signet.
no date. 17. Philosophical and Religious Dialogue in the Shades, between Mr. Hume and Dr. Dodd.
Lond. 1778 18. Blair's (Rev. Dr. Hugh) Dissertation on Ossian's Poems.
. ib. 1763 IV. 19-23. Smart's (Rev. Christ.) Hymn to, and 4 Poems on the Goodness, the Power, the Immensity, and the Omniscience of the Supreme Being.
. Lond, and Camb. 1756_8 24. Thomson's (Alexander) British Parnassus at the close of the 18th Century. . Edin. 1801 25. Tytler's (A. F. Lord Woodhouselee,) Examination of the Abhé de Sade's hypothesis respecting
. Lond. 1799 V. 27. Chinnery's (G. H.) Statue of the Dying Gladiator, a Prize Poem. . Oxford, 1810 28. Canning's (Right Honourable George) Letter to Earl Camden, respecting his affair with Lord Castlereagh. .
. Lond. 1809 See Life, vol. ii. pp. 257-64. 29. Ossian, Translations of, by M*Farlan and Macpherson, contrasted, 30. General Account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or de Vallibres, &c. represented by Vans Agnew of Barnbarrow.
. . Pembroke, 1800 31. Ferriar's (Dr. R.) Bibliomania, an Epistle to R. Heber. .
. Lond. 1809 32. Mathias's (T. J.) Heroic Epistle to Mr. Winsor, Patentee of the Hydro-Carbonic Gas Lights.
ib. 1808 33. Mundy's ( ) Fall of Needwood.
. . Derby, 1808
See POETICAL WORKs, vol. ir. p. 383.
ib. 1810 36. Spenser's (W. R.) Year of Sorrow. Written in Spring, 1803.
ib. 1804 Wilson's (Professor J.) Magic Mirror, a Poem. Addressed to W. Scott, Esq. 4to. Edin. 1812
See LIFE, vol. iii. p. 30.