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ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY SONGS OF BURNS. 16 pages, One Penny.

Glasgow: THE ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING Co. N.D.

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A WALK TO THE FALLS OF CLYDE. A walk from the town of Lanark to the Falls of Clyde, on a Summer Afternoon.

Glasgow: R. CHAPMAN. 1816. Contains-Written for the Anniversary of Robert Burns; On the same occasion, 1812; On the same occasion, 1813; On the same occasion. Recited immediately after Drinking to the Memory of the Bard.

THE HARP OF CALEDONIA: A Collection of Songs, Ancient and
Modern (chiefly Scottish), with an Essay on Scottish Song Writers.
By John Struthers, author of the "Poor Man's Sabbath,
"Peasant's
Death," etc., etc. In Three Volumes. Vol. 3rd.

Glasgow: KHULL, BLACKIE & Co. 1819. Contains-Four Songs by Robert Burns; Song to the Memory of Burns, January 25th, 1817, by W. Wallace (page 381).

THE WREATH, Composed of One Hundred and Forty Poems and Songs never before Published; with a Number of other Pieces, Published in Different Works, by James Pringle.

"See Caledonia's daughters gay

Fair as the Virgin summer day,

Hear her swains, they tune their reeds;
Mark her Patriot's daring deeds,

See the flowers so fair to see,

The mountain Flower, Fair Liberty."

Glasgow: Printed for the Author.

1821.

Contains-an Elegy on the death of Burns' Mary Campbell (page 34.) This Song was composed on the author learning that Mary Campbell was the name of Burns's 66 Highland Mary."

POEMS AND SONGS by John Goldie.

"What is writ is writ,

Would it were worthier."-Byron.

1822.

Ayr Printed at the Courier Office. : Contains-Lines on seeing the Monument erected to Burns in Ayrshire. Page 24. Song "Tho' the Long Grass may Wave," sung at the Anniversary Meeting of the Ayr Burns Club.

POEMS AND SONGS by James Kennedy, Sanquhar.

Dumfries: WILLIAM CARSON.

1823.

Contains-Lines Occasioned by James Glencairn Burns requesting a quart bottle of the Punch drunk at his Father's Anniversary Birthday Club, and to forward the same to Calcutta by the earliest opportunity (page 117.)

THE ANT. A Selection of Pieces, chiefly Narrative, in Prose and Verse, hitherto unappropriated by compilers. Thomas Atkinson, Editor.

Glasgow: ROBERTSON & ATKINSON. 1827.

Contains Robert Burns and Lord Byron, by Allan Cunningham.

THE LOUNGER: A Periodical Paper published at Edinburgh in the years 1785 and 1786, by the Authors of the Mirror.

Contains-Critique on Burns.

London: JONES & COMPANY.

THE SNOW-DROP, Original and Selected.

"See, I have cull'd the flowers that promised best,
And where not sure-perplex'd, but pleased-I guess'd
At such as seem'd the fairest."-Byron.

1829.

Ayr: JOHN DICK. 1830.

Contains-To the Memory of Burns, by Rushton (pages 12-15).

THE MIRROR: A Periodical Paper published at Edinburgh in the years 1779 and 1780.

London: JONES & COMPANY. 1831. Contains-Extraordinary Account of Robert Burns, the Ayrshire ploughman; with extracts from his poems.-Mackenzie, "The Lounger," No. 97, Saturday, December 9th, 1787 (pages 202-204.)

THE RETROSPECT; OR YOUTHFUL SCENES, with other Poems and Songs. By John Wright.

1833.

Edinburgh: JOHN BOYD. Contains-Lines to a Pebble found on the Grave of William Burns, Father of "The Ayrshire Poet." Page 113. Lines on Seeing a Lock of the Hair of "Highland Mary," (page 30.)

ORIGINAL SCOTTISH RHYMES, with Humorous and Satirical Songs, By David Webster.

Paisley: CALDWELL & SON. 1835.

Contains-Ode to the Memory of Robert Burns, our Celebrated Poet. LIFE OF ROBERT BURNS. By Allan Cunningham. [12mo.] London: JAMES COCHRANE & Co. 1835.

THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF ROBERT BURNS. By Allan Cunningham.

[12mo.]

London: JAMES COCHRANE & Co. 1836.

POEMS AND SONGS, Political, Satirical, Humorous, and Sentimental. With Notes and Illustrations, by Alexander Rodger. Glasgow: DAVID ROBERTSON. 1838. Contains-Lines Written on Board the New Steamer "Robert Burns," pages

350-352.

POEMS AND SONGS, by Robert Gilfillan. Third Edition.

Edinburgh: WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & SONS.

1839.

Contains-" Again let us Welcome this day mair than ony (Written for the Dunfermline Burns Club), Page 49; "Let Galled Greece (Written for Burns Anniversary, 1828), Page 127; Ode to the Memory of Burns, Page 156; "The Bard of Song rose in the West" (Written for Burns Anniversary, 1834) page 288. THE POCKET SONGSTER AND TOASTMASTER.

Paisley: J. NEILSON. 1840.

Contains-Nine Songs by Burns. This is the Smallest Song Book Printed, being 2 inches long and 14 broad. THE MISCELLANEOUS PROSE WORKS OF SIR WALTER

SCOTT, BART. In Three Volumes. Vol. I. Biographical
Memoirs, Essays, Letters, with Notes.

1841.

Edinburgh: ROBERT CADELL. Contains-Reliques of Robert Burns, Pages 847-852.-From the Quarterly Review of 1809. Collected by R. H. Cromek, 1808.

LIFE OF LORD JEFFREY, with a Selection from his Correspondence. By Lord Cockburn, one of the Judges of the Court of Session in Scotland. In Two Volumes. [8vo.]

Edinburgh: ADAM & CHARLES BLACK. 1842. Contains-Vol. I., p. 8, Anecdote about Burns.

THE WHOLE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN WRIGHT, Author of "The Retrospect," etc., etc. With a Portrait of the Author, and a Sketch of his Life. By John C. Moore.

Ayr: M'CORMICK & GEMMELL. 1843. Contains-Lines on the Glasgow Oddfellows' Visit to the Land of Burns, on the 15th of July, 1842; Lines to a Pebble found on the Grave of William Burns, Father of "The Ayrshire Poet" (page 117); Lines on seeing a Lock of the Hair of "Highland Mary."

CHAMBERS'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL.

Conducted and Published

by William and Robert Chambers. No. 35, New Series. Saturday, August 31st, 1844.

Contains-A Day on the Banks of Doon, by one who attended the Festival held on the Banks of Doon, on the 6th August, 1844.

THE COTTAR'S SUNDAY, AND OTHER POEMS, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. By Peter Still.

"Ah! poetry is like love, it's own avenger,

Sweet thoughts, fine fancies, by its footsteps roam;

It wanders through the world a lonely stranger,

To find this weary world is not its home."

Aberdeen: GEORGE AND ROBERT KING. 1845. Contains-A Dream; or Stanzas Addressed to P- W-, before the Ayrshire Festival in Honour of Burns, August 6th, 1844 (pages 59-66); On the Death of Burns (page 122), written with a pencil while standing beside Flaxman's Statue of Burns, within his Monument on the Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Saturday, April 26th, 1845.

SONGS OF THE AFFECTIONS, AND OTHER POEMS.

Dorothea Hemans.

By Felicia

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Contains-A Tribute to the Genius of Robert Burns (page 98).

THE NATURALIST'S POETICAL COMPANION: with Notes.
"O Nature, lovely Nature, thou can'st give
Delight thyself a thousand ways, and lend

To every object charms; with thee, even books

A higher relish gain; the Poet's lay

Grows sweeter in the shade of wavy woods,

Or lulling lapse of crystal stream beside."-Bidlake.

Selected by the Rev. Edward Wilson, M.A., F.L.S. Second Edition. With 57 Illustrations by W. H. Prior.

Contains-Poems by Burns.

Leeds: JAMES Y. KNIGHT. 1846.

POEMS ON THE HOPES AND FEARS, THE JOYS AND SORROWS OF MAN. By Andrew Templeton, Bannockburn.

"Poetry is the language of feeling; it is the communion of an individual heart with the heart universal-the great heart of humanity."-J. B. Manson.

"Poetry has multiplied and refined my enjoyments, and has given me the habit of wishing to discover the good and beautiful in all that meets and surrounds me."-Coleridge.

1847.

Stirling: DUNCAN & JAMIESON. Contains-A Song in Honour of Burns; Lines in Honour of Burns (pages 21-22.) AN ESSAY ON ENGLISH POETRY: with Notices of the British Poets. By Thomas Campbell, author of "The Pleasures of Hope," etc. [8vo.] London: JOHN MURRAY. 1848. Contains-Scottish Poetry (pp. 118-122); Robert Burns (pp. 385-395.) The first edition of Campbell's works appeared in 1819, in 7 vols. 8vo., and the second in 1841, in one thick 8vo.

POEMS: Consisting of a series of interesting subjects; Scenes and Traditions in Arran; Elegies and other Detached Pieces. By John Ferguson.

Ayr: JAMES FRASER. 1849. Contains-On Burns Anniversary (page 95); For Burns Festival (page 96x.)

BEAUTIES OF SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART. Being a Selection from his Writings and Life, comprising Historical, Descriptive, and Moral Pieces, Lyrical and Miscellaneous Poetry. Second Edition. Edinburgh: ROBERT CADELL.

Contains-Meeting of Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns (page 93.)

THE TAY: A POEM. By David Millar.

1849.

1850.

"Thou queen of Caledonia's mountain floods!"-Hogg. Perth THOMAS RICHARDSON & DAVID WOOD. Contains-Canto 2nd, Burns Coila's Bard (page 61); Note 1st, Canto 2nd, page 124, reference to Burns's Song "The Birks o' Aberfeldy."

THE BOOK OF BRITISH POESY, ANCIENT AND MODERN: Being Select Extracts from our Best Poets, arranged in Chronological Order, with an Essay on British Poetry, by the Rev. George Gilfillan, A.M.

London: WILLIAM TEGG & Co. 1851. Contains-Robert Burns's "The Cottar's Saturday Night" (page 339.)

AYRSHIRE STREAMS: Or Scenes, Characters, and Traditions of the West Country. By William Wylie.

London: ARTHUR HALL, VIRTUE & Co. 1851.

Contains-Several Tit-Bits of Burnsiana.

THE MUSINGS IN VERSE, by Sea and Shore, of Thomas Mathers, St. Monance, Fifeshire.

"In humblest strains you still may find,

Some touch of Nature, true and kind:

Even raploch doggrel unrefined by wit or art,

May please the philosophic mind or touch the heart."

Aberdeen: WILLIAM HUTCHISON. 1851. Contains-Lines written extempore for the fifth Anniversary of the St. Andrews Burns Club, 28th January, 1851.

POEMS AND SONGS: with Lectures on The Genius and Works of Burns, and the Rev. George Gilfillan; and Letter on Sir John Franklin and the Arctic Regions. By Peter Livingstone, Dundee. "A wish-I mind its power

Eighth Edition.

A wish that to my latest hour,

Shall strongly heave my breast:

That I for poor auld Scotland's sake,
Some useful plan or book could make,
Or sing a sang at least."

Dundee: WILLIAM LIVINGSTON. 1852.

POEMS AND SONGS, CHIEFLY IN THE SCOTTISH DIALECT.
By Walter Watson; with a Memoir, by Hugh Macdonald.
Glasgow: DAVID ROBERTSON. 1853.
Contains-Song: "Anniversary of Burns" (page 90).

THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF SCOTTISH SONGS, From the six-
teenth to the nineteenth century. Edited by Charles Mackay.
London: THE NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY. 1853.
Contains-Portrait of Robert Burns and Fifty-one Songs by Robert Burns.

THE POETICAL WORKS OF ANDREW PARK.

Glasgow: THOMAS MURRAY & SON. 1854. Contains-Song for the Anniversary of the Birthday of Robert Burns. To John Boucher, Esq., London.

RAMBLES ROUND GLASGOW, DESCRIPTIVE, HISTORICAL, AND TRADITIONAL, by Macdonald.

Glasgow: THOMAS MURRAY & SON. 1854.

Contains-References on Burns. SELECTIONS FROM THE BRITISH POETS, chronologically arranged. From Chaucer to the present time, under separate divisions, with Introductions explaining the different Species of Poetry. "Who is it that ever was a scholar that doth not carry away some verses, which, in his youth he learned, and even to old age serve him for hourly lessons."-Sir Philip Sidney.

Published by direction of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland.

Dublin: ALEX. THOM & SONS. 1856.

Contains--Prayer for a Family. By Robert Burns (page 100).

THE MUSINGS OF A WANDERER, being Poems and Songs in the
Scottish Dialect. By William Jamie, author of "The Muse of the
Mearns," "Stray Effusions, or Gleanings from Nature,
"The Emi-

grant's Family,'
"The Jacobite's Son," etc.

"I've wander'd on the banks o' Doon,

Where Robin tun'd his lyre,

And o'er Gleniffer's bonnie braes

To wonder and admire.

I've mus'd beside auld ruins grey

Fond memory paints them still-
Immortalised by Coila's Bard

And Paisley's Tannahill."

Glasgow: C. L. WRIGHT, 1856.

Contains-Lines Written on Viewing the Banks of Doon (page 33).

LYRICS: Love, Freedom, and Manly Independence. By Hugh Buchanan Macphail. Author of the "Supremacy of Woman," &c. Glasgow: W. B. OGILVIE. 1856. Contains-Ode to the Memory of Robert Burns, page 5, inscribed to Councillor James Mair, Esq.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF EMINENT BRITISH POETS. Chronologically arranged from Chaucer to Burns, with Criticisms on their Works. Selected from the most distinguished Writers.

Intended for Teachers and the Higher Classes in Schools

"No species of writing seems more worthy of cultivation than Biography; since none can be more delightful or more useful, nor can more certainly enchain the heart by irresistible interest, or more widely diffuse instruction to every diversity of condition."-Johnson.

Published by direction of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland.

Dublin: ALEX. THOM & SONS. 1857.

Contains-Robert Burns, (pages 473-495.)

SELECTIONS FROM THE BRITISH POETS. Chronologically arranged from Chaucer to the present time. Under separate

divisions, with Introductions explaining the different species of Poetry.

"Oh, deem not, 'midst this worldly strife,

An idle art the poet brings:

Let high philosophy control,

And sages calm the streams of life.

"Tis he refines its fountain-springs,

The nobler passions of the soul."-Campbell.

Volume II.

Published by direction of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland.

Dublin: ALEX. THOM & SONS. 1857.

Contains-Eight Poems by Robert Burns.

THE DUMFRIES ALBUM.

Edited by A. Mercer Adam, M.D.,

Dumfries and Maxwelltown Mechanics' Institution.

1857.

Glasgow: WILLIAM EADIE & Co. Contains-Recreations with the Poets, by Thomas Aird; Burns (pages 18-36.)

DAYS AT THE COAST. A Series of Sketches descriptive of the Firth of Clyde, its watering places, its scenery, and its associations. By Hugh MacDonald.

Contains-Reference to Burns.

Glasgow: THOMAS MURRAY & SON. 1857.

CADRUS, KING OF ATHENS: A Tragedy. And Miscellaneous Poems. By Richard Neal.

Contains-Burns (page 107).

99.66

London: SAMPSON LOW, SON, & Co. 1858.

Antiquarian,

THE LAND OF THE CLANSMEN: A Scottish Tale.
Historical and Traditionary. By William Jamie, author of "The
Muse of the Mearns,' 'Stray Effusions, or Gleanings from Nature."
"The Emigrant's Family,"
"The Jacobite's Son," "The Musings of
a Wanderer," &c.

"O'er Scotland's fair, though rugged breast,
There's nae a hill or dell,

But show where covenanter hid,

Or warrior fought and fell."

Glasgow: S. & T. DUNN. 1859.

Contains-Chapter III.-The Land of Burns.

CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL OF POPULAR LITERATURE, Science and Arts, conducted by William and Robert Chambers. No. 269. Saturday, February 26th.

Edinburgh: W. & R. CHAMBERS.

Contains-The Burns Centenary.

1859.

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