Obrázky na stránke
PDF
ePub

:

ROMANCE OF SONG ; or, The Muse in many Moods. By William Reid. [8vo.]

London : DAVID BOGUE. 1881. Contains—To the memory of Burns (pages 151-155). THE CHRISTIAN LEADER: A Record of Religious Thought and Work. Vol. III.

Glasgow: AIRD & COGHILL. 1884. Contains—(pp. 29-55-64)—Was Burns a Socinian? THE SCOTTISH READER : A Journal of Entertaining Literature. Vol. IV. December 1884 to June 1885.

Glasgow : HORN & CONNELL. Contains-Some of Burns's Friends (page 131); Burns's Punch Bowl (page 132); Burns's “ Highland Mary” (page 228); Tennyson's Tears at Burns's Birth-place (page 359). POEMS : HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE. By George Calburn. With Introduction by D. H. Edwards, F.R.H.S., etc.

Brechin : Advertiser OFFICE. 1884. Contains-On Visiting the Banks o' Doon (page 48); Robert Burns (page 77). LOVE IDYLLS, BALLADS, AND OTHER POEMS. By Henry Dryerre, Blairgowrie.

Edinburgh : John MENZIES & Co. 1884. Contains-Burns : A Poem (page 16). POEMS AND SKETCHES. By James Hunter.

Glasgow : WILLIAM M. STUART. 1884. Contains-Burns Festival (page 28); Defamation of Burns : on the Rev. Mr. M'Crie defaming Burns at Ayr. POEMS. By Alexander Winton Buchan, author of “The Song of Rest,” and minor Poems; and “Esther": A Sacred Drama.

Glasgow : THOMAS MURRAY & Son. 1884. Contains—To a Rose plucked from near the grave of Burns's Father, October 22nd, 1867. RAMBLES ON THE BANKS OF THE AYR, from the Sea to its Source, by Rab the Rambler.

Ayr : Printed at the Ayrshire Post Office. 1884.
Contains--Numerous references to Burns.
LAYS AND LEGENDS OF THE NORTH, and other Poems ani!

Songs, humorous and grave, original and translated, by David
Grant. Price 8d.

Edinburgh : OLIPHANT, ANDERSON, & FERRIER. 1884.
Contains-Robert Burns (pages 138-139).
THE CHRISTIAN LEADER: A Record of Religious Thought and
Work. Vol. IV.

Glasgow : AIRD & COGHILL. 1885. Contains— The Last Nephew of Burns (page 57). POEMS FOR RECITATION. By Alexander G. Murdoch.

Edinburgh and Glasgow : MENZIES & Co. 1885. Contains-Robert Burns : An Anniversary Reading. PROSE AND RHYMES O' LEISURE TIME. By James Rae.

Glasgow : 1885. Contains--Bank Burns Club Festival, 26th January, 1885 ; Bank Burns Club Hallowe'en Festival, 31st October, 1885. RURAL RHYMES AND SKETCHES IN EAST LOTHIAN, by • Samuel Mucklebacket" (James Lumsden).

Edi ergh: TURNBULL & SPEARS. 1885. Contains—Robert Burns (on his anniversary). BEAUTIES OF MORAYLAND: POEMS AND SONGS, by James M‘Queen.

Elgin : PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR. 1885. Contains-On Burns.

:

:

[ocr errors]

1

THE WEST OF SCOTLAND IN HISTORY: Being brief notes con

cerning Events, Family Tra litions, Topography, and Institutions.
By Joseph Irving, author of "The History of Dumbartonshire ";
“Annals of our time,” &c.

Glasgow : ROBERT FORRESTER. 1885.
Contains-Burns and “Highland Mary” (pages 250-5);-Kilmarnock (pages 56-92);
St. Michael's, Dumfries (pages 260-264).

Only five hundred copies printed.
ILLUSTRATIONS OF ROBERT BURNS'S WORKS. Etchings by

William B. Scott, A.R.A. Proofs before Lettering. Never before
Published. [Folio.]

Edinburgh : THOMAS C. JACK. 1885.
POEMS AND ESSAYS, by Hugh Thomson, Rothesay.

Rothesay : PRINTED FOR SUBSCRIBERS. 1885.
Contains-Burns : A Poem (page 96.)
THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND, A Miscellany of Popular and Instructive
Literature, Parts 64 and 65.

Dundee : JOHN LENG & Co. 1886.
Contains-Scottish Humorists, by C. C. Maxwell; Robert Burns, Part 1st,
(page 250); Robert Burns, Part 2nd, page 275.
THE DUNDEE WEEKLY NEWS, Supplement of Scottish Songs,
Gratis.

Dundee : CHARLES ALEXANDER. 1886.
Contains--A number of Burns's Songs.
ST. ANDREW; THE DISCIPLE, THE MISSIONARY, THE

PATRON SAINT, by Peter Ross, Secretary North-American
United Caledonian Association. [12mo.]

New York : Office of the “Scottish American.” 1886.
Contains--Saint Andrew among the Poets, (pages 116-134).
MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE, August.

London : MACMILLAN & Co. 1886.
Contains—The Land of Burns, by Thomas Dykes.
THE JEEMS PAPERS, by Jeems Rae.

Glasgow : JOHN BAIRD. 1886.
Contains-Paper on Robert Burns, by the author of “Jeems' Maiden Speech,”
&c. Jeems at Burns' Anniversary.
THE BANKS O'CREE AND OTHER POEMS, by Isa. Cowan ;
Second Edition, enlarged.

Newton-Stewart : W. S. M'CREDIE. 1886.
Contains-On the Unveiling of the Burns Statue at Dumfries, April, 1882.
POEMS, SONGS AND SONNETS, by William M. Stenhouse, M.D.

Glasgow : A. STENHOUSE. 1886.
Contains—January Twenty-Fifth.
HUMOROUS SCOTCH READINGS, by J. W. M‘Laren.

Bathgate : LAURENCE GILBERTSON. '1886.
Contains-Rabbie Burns' Birthday.
NUOVA ANTOLOGIA. Anno XXI. Terza Serie, Vol. II. ; Della

Raccolta, Vol. LXXXVI. ; Fascicolo VII. ; Roma, 1 Aprile, 1886.

Contains-(pages 417-443), Roberto Burns. Parte Seconda. [Il poeta umano ed
il poeta rivoluzionario. La Fiera Santa ; I Jolly Beggars; Tain O'Shanter;
Conclusione); articolo del Prof. Giuseppe Chiarini. Prof. Cinio Chiarini, translator
of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
ROBERT BURNS. Three Lectures. By Rev. David Macrae, author
of “George Harrington,

,“ Americans at Home,” etc.
“But still the burden of his song,
Is love of right, disdain of wrong;

Its master chords
Are manhood, freedom, brotherhood;
Its discords but an interlude

Between the words." -- Longfellow.

Dundee: J. P. MATTHEW & Co. 1886.

:

[ocr errors]

66

NUOVA ANTOLOGIA. Anno XXI.; Terza Serie, Vol. II. ; Della

Raccolta, Vol. LXXXVI. ; Fascicolo VI. ; Roma, 16 Marzo, 1886. Contains,(pages 209-228), Roberto Burns. Parte Prima. (La poesia inglese dal, 1750 al 1780. Le idee moderne in Inghilterra-La vita ed i canti del Burns). Articolo del Prof. Giuseppe Chiarini. POEMS AND BALLADS (Scotch and English). By Robert W. Thom.

author of "Jock o' the Knowe." Poems," The Epochs,” etc. [8vo.] Cheap Edition. Price One Shilling.

Glasgow : MACLAREN & Sons. 1886. Contains-The Hero Peasant (pages 14-17); The Poet's Burial (pages 57-59). ON HEROS, HERO-WORSHIP AND THE HEROIC IN HISTORY. By Thomas Carlyle, (1840). [8vo.]

London: CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED. 1887. Contains—The Hero as Man of Letters (pages 143-180): Johnson, Rousseau, Burns (Tuesday, 19th May, 1840). PAST AND PRESENT. By Thomas Carlyle. Ernst ist das Leben, Schiller [1843]. [Svo.]

London : CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED. 1887.
Contains-References to Burns (pages 30, 75, 175, 243).
CELEBRATED SONGS OF SCOTLAND, FROM KING JAMES V.

TO HENRY SCOTT RIDDELL. Edited, with Memoirs and
Notes, by John D. Ross. [8vo.]

“Oh sing to me auld Scotland's sangs, I lo'e them best o’a'!
Oh sing them, for my heart belangs to Scotland far awa'!

They breathe the sweets o' field an’ fell,

Where bloom the thistle and bluebell,
While talts o'glorious deeds they tell, an' loyal hearts reca'.
I care nae for their foreign trills, they hae na’e pith to me ;
They speak nae o' the heather hills, nor burnies gushin' free:

They're cauld an' tuneless to my ear,

They canna draw the burnin' tear
Like Scottish lays I lo'e sae dear, an' shall dae till I dee.”

--Dalrymple.
New York: WILLIAM PAGAN, JR., & Son. 1887.
Contains-Selections (104) from Robert Burns, with a Memoir (pages 121-182).
Two Songs attributed to Robert Burns, jr. (pages 182-183).
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN SKINNER, Bishop of Aber-

deen, and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, by the Rev.
William Walker M.A., LL D., Monymusk. [8vo.]
“ The father of such a son, and the son of such a father"

Aberdeen: J. & J. EDMOND & SPARK. 1887.
Contains-His Meeting with Burns" (pages 172-4).
POEMS (Scotch and English), and the Fall of Kirkconnell. By Robert

W. Thom, Author of "Jock o’the Knowe”; “Poems”; “Epochs”;

“Poems and Ballads,” etc. Glasgow : Published by R. W. THOM, 29 Govanhill St., Govanhill. 1887.

Contains-Burns : A Centenary Poem, written January, 1859 (pages 103-7). LOVE'S HEART CHORDS; or, The Rustle of a Withered Leaf. Poems by John Scott Hall. [8vo.]

Leeds: F. R. SPARK. 1887. Contains-Robert Burns (pages 81-84). EARLY AND LATE POEMS OF ALICE AND PHEBE CARY. [8vo.]

Boston and New York: HOUGHTON, NUFFLIN, & Co. 1887. Contains—Burns (pages 42-143). GLIMMERINGS OF TRUTH: Being a Collection of Poems. By William Henry Cumpston. [8vo.)

Hull: A. BROWN & Sons. 1887. Contains-Sonnet on Burns (page 93). OLIVER CROMWELL, and Other Poems. By Dawson Burns. [8vo.]

London: S. W. PARTRIDGE & Co. 1887. Contains-Robert Burns (page 56).

:

POEMS (Scotch and English) AND THE FALL OF KIRKCONNEL.

By Robert W. Thom, Author of “ Jock o' the Knowe,' · Poems,”
Epochs,” “Poems and Ballads,” etc.

Glasgow : Published by ROBERT W. THOM. 1887. Contains—Burns : A Centenary Poem, written January, 1859. REMINISCENCES. By Thomas Carlyle. Edited by Charles Eliot Norton. In Two Volumes. [Svo.]

London: MACMILLAN & Co. 1887. Contains-Robert Burns (Vol. I., pages 12-14; Vol. II., page 129.) NORTH AMERICAN UNITED CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION.

Report of Annual Meeting, 1888.

Contains-Oration on Robert Burns, delivered by Rev. Robert Collyer at the unveiling of the Burns Statue, Albany, N.Y., August 30, 1888 (pages 19-31). FRAE THE LYNE VALLEY: Poems and Sketches. By Robert Sanderson, West Linton, Peeblesshire.

Paisley: J & R. PARLANE. 1888. Contains-Burns Cottage ; The Grave of Burns; A Run to the Birthplace of Burns. ESSAYS ON BURNS AND SCOTT By Thomas Carlyle. [16mo.]

London : CASSELL & COMPANY, LIMITED. 1888. ON HEROES, HERO-IVORSHIP AND THE HEROIC IN HISTORY.

Six Lectures, Reported, with Emendations and Additions. By
Thomas Carlyle. [16mo.]

London : GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & Son. 1888. Contains—The Hero as Man of Letters : Johnson, Rousseau, Burns. CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS: Collected and Repub

lished. [First time, 1839; Final, 1869.] By Thomas Carlyle. In Seven Volumes. Volume II. [8vo.]

London : CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED. 1888. Contains-pp. 1-53 Burns. Reprinted from the Edinburgh Review, No. 96— The Life of Robert Burns. By J. G. Lockhart, LL.B., Edinburgh, 1828. LETTERS OF THOMAS CARLYLE. Edited by Charles Eliot Norton. Vol. I. 1826-1832. [8vo.]

London : MACMILLAN & Co. 1888. Contains-Robert Burns (pages 157, 163, 168, 187, 230). POEMS AND MISCELLANEOUS PIECES. By George M‘Murdo, Muirkirk. Second Edition.

Kilmarnock: DUNLOP & DRENNAN. 1888. Contains- The Poet Burns (page 116). THE CROFTER, AND OTHER POEMS. By John Drake.

Glasgow : GILLESPIE BROTHERS, Ltd. 1888. Contains-Robert Burns, 1759 (pages 37-38). MOODS AND MEMORIES. By William Macall. [8vo.]

London: W. STEWART & Co. 1888. Contains-Burns (pages 42, 43). POEMS: SCOTTISH AND AMERICAN. By D. M. Henderson. [8vo.]

Baltimore : CUSHINGS & BAILEY. 1888. Contains-Burns (pages 18-20). HEARTSEASE AND RUE. By James Russell Lowell. [8vo.]

London : MACMILLAN & Co. 1888. Contains-At the Burns Centennial, January, 1859 (pages 196-204). BYEGONE MEMORIES, AND OTHER POEMS. By Alexander

Stewart. With an introductory preface by the Rev. Alexander
Macleod, D.D., Birkenhead. [8vo.]

Edinburgh : JAMES GEMMELL. 1888.
Contains-Song : To Burns, written for Galston Burns Club, 25th January, 1878
(pages 212-13).
THE BOOK OF THE BISHOP'S CASTLE, and Handbook of the
Archæological Collection in the Glasgow International Exhibition.

Edinburgh: T. & A. CONSTABLE. 1888. Contains-List of Relics of Burns, twenty-seven in number.

ܙܪ

THE ROSE O’DALMA LINN, and other Lays o' Gallowa'. By George G. B. Sproat.

Castle-Douglas : J. H. MAXWELL. 1888. Contains, David and Burns : A Study-read January, 1887. A Reading from Burns (page 229). THE PLOUGHSHARE. A Journal of Radical Religion and Morality. New Series.

Aberdeen: A. MARTIN. 1888. Contains-No. 3.-Auld Wives' Fables; The Holy Fair. No. 9.-Ane to heaven and ten to hell; No. 11.- Warlocks and Witches; Tam o' Shanter. No. 12.-Let us Worship God; The Cottar's Saturday Night. No. 14.-I'm nae to think upo' yon den: Address to the Deil." No. 15.-Godly Laces ; Address to the Unco Guid. No. 16.- Poor Tenant Bodies; The Twa Dogs. LETTERS FROM AND TO CHARLES KIRKPATRICK SHARPE,

Esq. Edited by Alexander Allardyce, Author of “Memoir of
Admiral Lord Keith, K.B.”; Editor of “Scotland and Scotsmen
in the Eighteenth Century, &c.” With a Memoir by the Rev. W.
K. R. Bedford. In Two Volumes. [Large 8vo.]

Edinburgh: WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Son. 1888. Contains-Vol. II. (page 439), Letter from Mr. D. Bridges, jun., to C. Kirkpatrick Sharpe, dated Bank Street, (Edinburgh), November 16, 1829, regarding “the recently discovered portrait of your old acquaintance Burns, &c. Vol. II. (pages 439-440), Letter from c. Kirkpatrick Sharpe, to D. Bridges, jun., dated 93 Princes Street, (Edinburgh), Monday Night, regarding “my opinion of the portrait of Burns you some time ago sent me, &c. Vol. II. (page 481), Letter from Allan Cunningham, Esq., to C. Kirkpatrick Sharpe, dated Belgrave Place, London, 27th September, 1834, regarding “the letter of Burns to your father,” &c. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, AND OTHER POEMS. By George A. H. Douglas.

Glasgow: G. A. H. DOUGLAS & Co. 1888. Contains-Robert Burns, Born 25th January, 1759, Died 21st July, 1796. A WAYFARER'S WALLET. Dominus Redivivus. By Henry G. Hewlett. [8vo.]

London : GEORGE REDWAY. 1888. Contains-Ode on the Centenary of Robert Burns, January 25, 1839. RHYMES FROM THE RANKS. By Quarter-Master Sergeant H. Morey, 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles. [8vo.]

Chatham : GALE & POLDEN, BROMPTON WORKS. 1888.
Contains—The Master-power of Robert Burns (pages 81, 82).
BURNS AND THE KIRK: A Review of what the Poet did for the

Religious and Social Regeneration of the Scottish People. By
Alexander Webster. [8vo.]

“Than tyrant's law or bigot's ban,
More mighty is your simplest word ;
The free heart of an honest man,
Than crosier or the sword.”-Whittier.

Aberdeen : A. MARTIN. 1888.

[ocr errors]

SCOTTISH POETS IN AMERICA, with Biographical and Critical

Notices. By John D. Ross, Editor of “Celebrated Songs of Scotland.” [8vo.]

New York: PAGAN & Ross. 1889.
Contains-Poems on Robert Burns (pages 17, 35, 150, 206-207.)
SCOTLAND AND THE SCOTS: Essays, illustrative of Scottish Life,

History, and Character. By Peter Ross, author of "A Life of
Saint Andrew,” etc. [8vo.]

New York : “ SCOTTISH-AMERICAN OFFICE. 1889.
Contains-Robert Burns and Freemasonary (pages 179-200.)
THE POET BURNS AS A FREEMASON. Lecture by Brother

Robert Somerville, jun., R.W.M. Lodge Athole. No. 384, Kirkintilloch. (Published by Request).

« PredošláPokračovať »