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Myln, (Alexander) Vitae Dunkeldiensis Ecclesiae Episcoporum, &c. ad annum 1515. (Thomas Thomson.) 4to.

. Edin. 1823 (An English translation of this is given in the Perth Lit. and Ant. Society's Transactions, vol. i. See page 271.) — Appendix. Compotum Magistri Fabrice Pontis Dunkeldensis. 1513-16. (Idem.)

4to. . . . . . . . . . . . ib. Murray's (Sir David, of Gorthy,) Poems. (Thomas Kinnear.) 4to. . . ib. 1823 Teares for the Death of Alexander, Earl of Dumfermling, Lord Chancellor. (James Maidment.) 4to. . . . . .

. Edin. 1823 The Bannatyne Miscellany; containing Original Papers and Tracts chiefly relating to the His

tory and Literature of Scotland. Vol. 1. (containing 26 papers,) and vol. 11. (containing 16

papers ) 4to. . . . . . . ib. 1825-8 & 1836 Makgill, (Jacques) et Bellenden (Jean), Discours Particulier d'Escosse, &c. 1559. (Thomas Thomson.) 4to.

. ib. 1824 Henryson's (Robert) Robene and Mackyne, and the Testament of Cresseid. (George Chalmers. 4to. See POETICAL WORKS, vol. v. pp. 453-4.

ib. 1824 Tucker's (Thomas) Report upon the Settlement of the Revenues of Excise and Customs in Scotland. 1656. (J. A. Murray.) 4to. . .

. . ib. 1824 Barnard's (Lady Ann Lindsay) Auld Robin Gray, a Ballad. (Sir Walter Scott.) 4to. ib. 1825

See Note to the Pirate ; Life, vol. i. p. 397. Berteville, (Sieur de) Recit de l' Expedition en Ecosse, 1546, et de la Battayle de Muscleburgh. (David Constable.) 4to.

. ib. 1825 Boethii (Hectoris) Murthlacensium et Aberdonensium Episcoporum Vitae. 1522. (H. Cockburn and T. Maitland.) 4to.

. . . ib. 1825 Dalrymple's (Sir James, President of the Court of Session,) Apologie. 1690. (William Blair.) 4to.

. . . . . . ib. 1825 Historie and Life of King James the Sext. (1566-96.) With a short Continuation to 1617. (Thomas Thomson.) 4to. . .

: . ib. 1825 See PoeticaL WORKS, vol. iii. pp. 128-30. Atkinson's (Stephen) Discoverie and Historie of the Gold Mynes in Scotland. (G. Laing Meason.) 4to.

. ib. 1825 Letters of John Grahame of Claverhouse, Viscount of Dundee, &c. (Geo. Smythe.) 4to. ib. 1826

See Note to Old Mortality. Robertson, (Georg.) et Charteris, (Henr.) Narrationes de Vita et Morte Roberti Rollok,

Acad. Edinb. Primarii. Edited by Rev. Dr. Lee. 4to. . . . ib. 1826 Douglas's (Gawyn, Bp. of Dunkeld) Palice of Honour, 1579. (J. G. Kinnear.) 4to. ib. 1827 Melville's (Sir James of Halhill) Memoirs of his Own Life, 1549-93. Edited by Thomas Thomson, from a MS. in the possession of Sir George H. Rose. 4to.. . ib. 1827

See Prose Works, vol. xxi. pp. 222-23; Note to Kenilworth ; Lier, vol. vii p. 14. Chronicon Coenobii Sanctae Crucis Edinburgensis, iterum in lucem editum. (cura Rob. Pitcairn.) 4to. See Poetical Works, vol. iii. p. 52.

ib. 1828 Dempsteri (Thom.) Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Scotorum ; sive de Scriptoribus Scotis. Editio

altera, curante Dav. Irving, LL.D. (Editor and 8 other members.) 2 vols. 4to. Edin. 1829 Courcelles's (M.) Dispatches while French Ambassador at the Court of Scotland, 1586-87,

Extract from. (Robert Bell.) 4to. . . . . . . ib. 1828 Siege of the Castle of Edinburgh, 1689. (Robert Bell.) 4to.

. ib. 1828 Hume's (Sir David, of Crossrigg,) Diary of Proceedings in the Parliament and Privy Council

of Scotland, May 1700 to March 1707. (John Hope.) 410. . . ib. 1828 Papers relative to the Marriage of King James VI. of Scotland, and Princess Anne of Denmark, 1589, &c. (J. T. Gibson Craig.) 4to.

. ib. 1828 Kennedy's (Lady Margaret, afterwards Wife of Bishop Burnet,) Letters to the Duke of

Lauderdale. 4to. . . . . . . . . ib. 1828 Spalding's (John) History of the Troubles and Memorable Transactions in Scotland and England, from 1624 to 1645. Edited by James Skene. 2 vols. 4to. .

ib. 1828-9 Les Affaires du Conte de Boduel l'an 1568. (H. Cockburn and T. Maitland.) 4to. ib. 1829 Ubaldini, (Petruccio) Descrittione del Regno di Scotia. 1558. (A. Coventry.) 410. ib. 1829

See the Original, in X. 8, p. 242. Argyle's (Archibald, Earl of) Letters to John, Duke of Lauderdale. (James Campbell.) 4to. . . . .

. . . . ib. 1829

. Lesley's (John, Bishop of Ross,) History of Scotland, from the Death of King James I. in

1436, to 1561. (Thomas Thomson, Editor.) (In Scots.) 4to. . . ib. 1830 Papers relative to the Regalia of Scotland. (William Bell.) 4to. . ib. 1829 The same. PRINTED ON VELLUM. 4to. . . .

. ib. 1829 Bannatyne, (George) Memorials of, from 1545 to 1608. Printed from an original MS. (Sir Walter Scott.) 4to. . .

. Edin. 1829 Turner's (Sir J.) Memoirs of his own Life and Times, 1632-70. Edited by T. Thomson. 4to..

. ib. 1829 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. ii. p. 202; Note to Old Mortality, and Introduction to Legend of Montrose. Moysie's (D.) Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland, 1577-1603. (J. Dennistoun.) 4to. ib. 1830

See PoeticAL WORKS, vol. ii. pp. 45, 134. Rothes's (John, Earl of) Relation of Proceedings concerning the Affairs of the Kirk of Scot

land, August 1637, to July 1638. (James Nairne and David Laing.) 4to. . ib. 1830 Grahame's (Simeon) Anatomie of Humors, and the Passionate Sparke of a relenting Minde.

(Robert Jameson.) 4to. . . . . . . . ib. 1830 Trial of Duncan Terig and Alexander Bane Macdonald, for the Murder of Arthur Davis, 1754. (Sir Walter Scott.) 4to. .

· ·

ib. 1831 Hume's (Alex.) Hymns and Sacred Songs, 1599. (J. G. Kinnear.) 4to. . ib. 1832 Pitcairn's (Robert) Trials, and other Proceedings in Matters Criminal, before the High Court

of Justiciary in Scotland. Selected from the Records of that Court, and original MSS. 3 vols. 4to..

. ib. See Review of this in PROSE WORKS, vol. xxi. pp. 199, 265.

Pitcairn's (R.) Historical and Genealogical Account of the principal Families of the Name of Kennedy. 4to. .

: . . Edin. 1830 Bannatyne Club. Abstract of the Treasurer's Accounts, 1823-28. 4to . ib. 1828 - The Same, No. 2, 1828-30,

. ib. 1831

t, and J. Mai With an Appepr: General Hugh

Collection of Ancient Scottish Prophecies, in alliterative verse. Reprinted from Waldegrare's edition of 1603. 4to.

Edin. 1833 Diurnal of Remarkable Occurrents that have passed within the Country of Scotland, since the

death of King James the Fourth (1513) till the year 1575. (Edited by Thomas Thomson, Esq. President.) 4to. . . .

. . . ib. 1833 Diary of Mr. James Melvill, Minister of Kilrenny, 1556-1601. (Lord Viscount Melville, Sir

Henry Jardine, Robert Dundas and John Borthwick, Esqrs., and the late Sir William

Arbuthnot, and Colin Mackenzie, Esq.) 4to. . . . . ib. 1829 Memoirs of the War carried on in Scotland and Ireland, 1689-1691, by Major-General Hugh

Mackay, Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Forces. With an Appendix of Original

Papers. (P. Fraser Tytler, Adam Urquhart, and J. Maitland Hog.) 4to. . ib. 1833 The Buik of Alexander the Great. Reprinted from the Metrical Romance printed at Edin

burgh by Arbuthnot, about the year 1580, in the possession of Lord Panmure, and (W. H.

Miller, Esq.) 410. . . . . . . . . ib. 1834 The Ragman's Rolls. Instrumenta Publica, sive Processus super Fidelitatibus et Homagiis

Scotorum, Domino Regi Angliae factis, A. D. (Lord Chief Commissioner Adam, and Sir Samuel Shepherd.) 4to. .

. . . ib. 1834

See Life, vol. i. p. 391, note. Letters and Papers relating to Patrick Master of Gray, afterwards Seventh Lord Gray. (Lord Gray.) 4to. . .

. . . ib. 1835 Philotus, a Comedy. Reprinted from the edition of Robert Charteris, [1603.] (John Whitefoord Mackenzie.) 4to. . . .

. . ib. 1835 Mackay's (Jolin, of Rockfield) Life of Lieut.-Gen. Hugh Mackay of Scoury, Commander-inChief of the Forces in Scotland, 1689, 1690, &c. 4to. ..

. ib. 1836 A Diary of Public Transactions and other Occurrences, chiefly in Scotland, from January 1650

to June 1667, by John Nicoll. Printed from the original MS. in the Advocates' Library, and edited by Mr. David Laing. 4to.

. ib. 1836 Excerpta e Libris Domicilii Domini Jacobi Quinti Regis Scotorum, M.D.XXV.-M.D.xxxin. (Lord Mackenzie, Robert Graham, and James Mackenzie.) 4to.

. ib. 1836

* The Bannatyne and Maitland Clubs, and the noblemen and gentlemen, Members thereof, having very handsomely agreed to supply and continue the Books printed by, or presented to, those Clubs since the late Sir Walter Scott's decease, the List of them is here continued to the present time.—May 1838.

Davidis Buchanani de Scriptoribus Scotis Libri Duo, nunc primum editi, curis Dav. Irving, LL.D. 4to. .

. . . Edin. 1837 Registrum Episcopatus Moraviensis, e pluribus codicibus consarcinatum, circa a. D. M.cccc.

Cum Continuatione Diplomatum recentiorum usque ad A. D. M.DC.XXIII. (Late and present Duke of Sutherland.) 4to.

. . ib. 1837 Liber de Mailros. The Chartulary of Melrose. (Duke of Buccleuch.) 4to. . ib. 1837 The Seven Sages, in Scotish Metre, by John Rolland of Dalkeith. Reprinted from the edition of 1578. (James Ivory.) 4to.

. ib. 1837


See PROSE WORKS, vol. xxi. p. 224.

SHELF III. Maitland's (Sir Richard, of Lethington) History of the House of Seytoun. With Continuation by Alexander Viscount Kingston, to 1687. 4to. (Club.) . . Glasg. 1829

See ProsE WORKS, vol. vii. p. 402. - Poems. With an Appendix of Selections of Sir John Maitland and Thomas Maitland. (Joseph Bain.) 4to.

. Edin. 1830 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. i. pp. 256-260, 308-9. Beaugué, (Jean de) Histoire de la Guerre d'Ecosse, pendant les campagnes de 1548 et 1549, (1556.) (William Smith.) 4to.

. ib. 1830 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. i. pp. 127–129. Register of Ministers, Exhorters, and Readers, and of their Stipends, after the Reformation. (A. Macdonald.) 4to.

. ib. 1830 Pitcairn's (Dr. Arch.) Babell, à Satirical Poem on the General Assembly, 1692. (G. R. Kinloch.) 4to.

. ib. 1830 See an Original MS. of this Poem, and note thereon, p. 78. Clariodus, a Metrical Romance, from a MS. of 16th Century. (Edward Piper.) 4to. ib. 1830

See Poetical Works, vol. ii. p. 22) ; vol. v. pp. 374-5. Chronicles of the Kings of Scotland, from Fergus I. to James VI. 1611. (J. Whitefoord Mackenzie.) 4to. . .

. . ib. 1830 Moysie’s (David) Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland, 1577-1603. (James Dennistoun.) 4to. (Same as the one in the Bannatyne Collection.) . .

. ib. 1830 Lamont's (John, of Newton,) Diary, 1649-71. (G. R. Kinloch.) 4to. . . ib. 1830 Hamilton's (William, of Wishaw,) Descriptions of the Sheriffdoms of Lanark and Renfrew. Compiled about 1710. (John Dillon and John Fullarton.) 4to. . Glasg. 1831

See Introduction to Castle Dangerous. Duncan's (Richard) Notices and Documents illustrative of the Literary History of Glasgow. 4to. (Club.)

. ib. 1831 Registrum Metellanum. Part 1. (List of MSS. &c. suggested for reprinting.) 4to. Glasg. 1831 Chronicle of Perth. Register of Remarkable Occurrences, chiefly connected with that City, from 1210 to 1668. (James Maidment.) 4to. . .

· Edin. 1831 Drummond's (William, of Hawthornden,) Poems. (Club.) 4to. ·

ib. 1832 Henryson's (Robert) Moral Fables. 1621. (Club.) 4to.

. . ib. 1832 Registrum Monasterii de Passelet, cartas, privilegia, conventiones, aliaque munimenta compleo

tens a domo fundata, ab A. D. M.C.LXIII. usque ad A. D. M.D.xxix. Ad fidem codicis MS. in Bibliotheca Facultatis Juridicae Edinensis servati, nunc primum typis mandatum. (Earl of Glasgow.) 4to. . . . . . . . . ib. 1832 Burgh Records of the City of Glasgow, 1573-1581. (John Smith, youngest.) 4to. ib. 1832 Miscellany of the Maitland Club, consisting of Original Papers and other Documents, illustra

tive of the History and Literature of Scotland. Part I. (Club.) 4to. . ib. 1833 The same. Part II. (Club.) 4to. . . . . . . ib. 1834 Cartularium Comitatus de Levenax, ab initio seculi decimi tertii usque ad annum M.ccc.xcvili.

ad fidem apographi in Bibliotheca Facultatis Juridicae Edinensis servati, cum aliis MSS. collati. (Alexander Campbell.) 4to. .

. . ib. 1833 Memoir of the Wars carried on in Scotland and Ireland M.DC.LxxxIx-M.DC.xci. By Major-Gen

eral Hugh Mackay, Commander-in-Chief of his Majesty's Forces. (Same as the one in the Bannatyne Collection.) 4to. . .

. . ib. 1833 Miscellaneous Papers, principally illustrative of Events in the Reigns of Queen Mary and King James VI. (Andrew M‘George.) 4to. .

. ib. 1834 The Works of George Dalgarno, of Aberdeen. (Lord Cockburn and Thomas Maitland.) 4to.

ib. 1834 Records of the Burgh of Prestwick in the Sheriffdom of Ayr, M.cccc.lxx.-M.DCC.LXXXII. With

an Appendix and Illustrative Notes. [By John Fullarton of Overton.] (John Smith of Swindrigemuir.) 4to. .

. ib. 1834 The Works of Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty, Knight, reprinted from the original editions. (Sylvester Douglas Stirling, of Glenbervie.) 4to. . .

ib. 1834 History of Mary Queen of Scots, a Fragment, translated from the original French of Adam

Blackwood. (Robert Adam.) 4to. . . . . . ib. 1834 Illustrations of Scottish History, from the Twelfth to the Sixteenth Century. Selected from

unpublished Manuscripts in the British Museum, and Tower of London. (Moses Stevens, of Polmadie.) 4to. . .

. . ib. 1834 Collections upon the Lives of the Reformers, and most eminent Ministers of the Church of

Scotland. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospell at Eastwood. Vol. I. Parts I. and II. (Club.) 4to. .

ib. 1834 Papers relative to the Royal Guard of Scottish Archers in France. From Original Documents. (James Dunlop.) . . .

. . . ib. 1835 Certane Tractatis for Reformatioun of Doctryne and Maneris in Scotland. By Niniane Winzet. M.D.LXII.-M.D.LXII. (J. B. Gracie.) 4to.

. ib. 1835

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