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Edin. 1830 See Prose WORKS, vol. iii. p. 117, &c. Cervantes's Don Quixote. Translated by several hands, and published by Motteux and Ozell. With Notes. 4 vols. 12mo. . .

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SHELF VI.
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PRESS M.

SIR WALTER SCOTT'S WORKS; TRANSLATIONS OF THEM IN DIFFERENT

LANGUAGES; AND BOOKS ILLUSTRATIVE OF, OR RELATING TO THEM.

SHELF 1.
Scott's (Sir Walter) Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. 3 vols. 800. His Mother's Copy.

Kelso & Edin. 1801-3 - La Donna del Lago, Poema, rec. in versi Ital. dal Dottore Gius. Indelicato, &c. 8vo. With MS. Letter from the Translator. Paris, 1825.

, Palermo, 1821 - Romans Poetiques. Trad. en Prose Française, par Amedee Pichot, M.D. 3 tom. 8vo. With MS. Letter from the Translator. . . . . Paris, 1822

Das Fraulein vom See. Aus dem Englischen, von Dr. Ad. Storck. sm. 8vo. With MS. Letter from the Translator..

Essen, 1819 - Schottische Lieder und Balladen. Uebers. von H. Schubart. 800. Leipz. 1817

See Life, vol. i. p. 379. - Ivanhoe, &c. uit het Engelsch, van W.L. H. Köster Henke. 3 vols. 800. Groning. 1824 Lewis's(J.H.) Orations on Battle of Waterloo, and Rise and Fallof Buonaparte. 8vo. Lond. 1815 Mounteney's (Barclay) Historical Inquiry into the principal circumstances and events relative to the late Emperor Napoleon. 800. . . . . . ib. 1824

See Prose WORKS, vol. xij. p. 369.

SHELF II.
Scott's (Sir W.) Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Emperor of the French. 9 vols. cr. 8vo.

Edin. 1827 Adolphus's (J. Leicester) Letters to Richard Heber, Esq. containing Critical Remarks on the Waverley Novels, and an attempt to ascertain their Author. 2d edit. cr. 800. Lond. 1822 See Introduction to The Fortunes of Nigel; General Preface to WAVERLEY NOVELS ;

Life, vol. v. p. 103-21. Warner's (Rev. Richard) Illustrations, Historical, Biographical, &c. of the Waverley Novels.

(With MS. Communication from Mr. Thomas Pringle, on the Death of Mr. Davison,

the supposed original Dandy Dinmont, in 1820, bound at the end.) sm. 8vo. ib. 1823 Criminal Trials, illustrative of the Heart of Mid-Lothian, &c. 12mo. . Edin. 1818 Christian's (John) Historical Notices of Edward and William Christian, two Characters in Peveril of the Peak. sm. 8vo.

. Lond. no date. See Introduction and Appendix to Peveril of the Peak. Nine Sixpenny Chap-Books, founded on the Waverley Novels; 1. The Heart of Mid-Lothian.

2. Ivanhoe. 3. The Monastery of St. Mary. 4. The Abbot. 5. Kenilworth. 6. and 7. The Pirate, 2 editions. 8. Fortunes of Nigel. 9. The Night-Hag, &c. 1 vol. 12mo. ib.1822,&c.

37. The Betrothed.

Tales of the Crusaders.

Tales of My Landlord.

41. Highland Widow. Tales of the Canongate.

14.

SHELVES III. IV. V. VI. VII.
Sir Walter Scott. The Waverley Novels. New edition, with the Author's Introductions and
Notes. 48 vols. foolscap 800.

. Edin. 1829-33 Vol. 1, 2. Waverley.

Vol. 28–30. Peveril of the Peak. 3, 4. Guy Mannering.

31, 32. Quentin Durward. 5, 6. The Antiquary.

33, 34. St. Ronan's Well.
7, 8. Rob Roy.

35, 36. Redgauntlet.
9. Black Dwarf.
Old Mortality.

38. The Talisman. 10, 11.

39, 40. Woodstock.
Heart of Mid-Lothian.
12, 13.

Two Drovers.
Bride of Lammermoor.

Aunt Margaret's Mirror.

The Tapestried Chamber. 15. Legend of Montrose.

The Laird's Jock. 16, 17. Ivanhoe.

42, 43. Fair Maid of Perth, Tales of the Canongate. 18, 19. The Monastery.

44, 45. Anne of Geierstein. 20. 21. The Abbot.

46, 47. Count Robert of Paris. , Tales of 22, 23. Kenilworth.

48. Castle Dangerous. S My Landlord. 24, 25. The Pirate.

Surgeon's Daughter. Tales of Canongate. 26, 27. Fortunes of Nigel.

Glossary to the Scottish Novels. Scott's (Sir W.) Poetical Works. new edition. With Introductions by the Author, and addi

tional Notes by the Editor. 12 vols. foolscap 8vo. . . . . Edin. 1833-4 Vol. 1-4. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border.

Vol. 11. Field of Waterloo, and other Poems. 5. Sir Tristrem.

12. Halidon Hill. 6. Lay of the Last Minstrel, and other Poems.

Macduff's Cross. 7. Marmion.

Doom of Devorgoil.

Dramas. 8. Lady of the Lake, with other Poems.

Auchendrane. 9. Rokeby. Don Roderick.

House of Aspen. 10. Lord of the Isles, and other Poems.

Goetz of Berlichingen.) 11. Bridal of Triermain.

General Index.
Harold the Dauntless.

SHELF VIII. Sir W. Scott, Euvres.-Romans Poétiques. 8 tom. rel. en 9. 12mo.* Paris, 1820-1 - Der Letzte Minstrel. Gedicht, &c. von Dr. Ad. Storck. 12mo.. Bremen, 1820 - Das Lied des letzten Minnesängers, &c. von Fr. Lennig. sm. 800. Mainz, 1828 - Marmion, Novella di Flodden Field. Rec. in versi Italiani per Mich. Amari. 2 tom. in 1. 18mo.

· Palermo, 1832 - Panna Gezerni. Basen &c. Polish Translation of the Lady of the Lake, by F. L. Celakowski. With MS. German letter from the translator. 12mo. . Praze, 1828

* In Querard's La France Littéraire, tom. 8. (1837.) the list of editions and translations of Sir W. Scott's Works, printed in France alone, occupies 20 closely printed pages, in double columns.

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