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BURNS HOLOGRAPH MANUSCRIPTS IN THE KILMARNOCK
MONUMENT MUSEUM, with Notes. Compiled and Edited by
Kilmarnock : D. Brown & Co. 1889.
Glasgow : MACKILL & Co. 1889. POEMS BY C. W. CRAVEN. [8vo.]
Keighley : E. CRAVEN. 1889. Contains—The Land of Burns (page 1). PERSONAL POEMS; OCCASIONAL POEMS; THE TENT ON THE BEACH. By John Greenleaf Whittier. [8vo.]
London : MACMILLAN & Co, 1889.
GUIDE. Illustrated by 24 interesting views-Burns's Monument
Glasgow : HORN & CONNELL. 1888 and 1889, BURNS AND THE KIRK: A Review of what the Poet did for the
Religious and Social Regeneration of the Scottish People. By
“Than tyrant's law or bigot's ban,
More mighty is your simplest word ;
Aberdeen: A. MARTIN. 1888.
Firenze Gennaio. 1889. Contains—Il Poeta Burns (pages 219-238). Articolo critico-biografico, del Helen Zimmern. LIVES OF ENGLISH AUTHORS. A Biographical History of English Literature.
London : 1890. Contains-Portrait and Sketch of Robert Burns (pages 186-190); Summary of Burns's Life and Works (page 190). POEMS, SONGS, AND SONNETS. By James Coghill.
Glasgow : ROBERT L. HOLMES. 1890. Contains-Burns (page 9); On the Death of Burns (page 59); At the Grave of Burns (page 124); Burns and Scott (page 139); By the Death-bed of Burns (page 182). THE MAKERS OF MODERN ENGLISH. A Popular Handbook of
the Greater Poets of the Century. By W. J. Dawson, author
London: HODDER & STROUGHTON. 1890.
Glasgow : THOMAS GILLESPIE, 83 Renfield Street. 1890. Contains-Robert Burns (page 222). SKETCH-BOOK OF THE NORTH. By George Eyre-Todd.
Glasgow : WILLIAM HOLGE & Co. 1890. Contains-Tam o' Shanter's Ride. THE POEMS OF WILLIAM LEIGHTON. [8vo.]
London : ELLIOT STOCK. 1890. Contains—Robert Burns (pages 41-42). THE THREE BANQUETS, AND PRISON POEMS.
By Ida White. [8vo.]
London : Swan, SONNENSCHEIN & Co. 1890. Contains-Burns, illustrated by Cruickshank (page 71).
IN CLOVER AND HEATHER. By Wallace Bruce. [8vo.]
Edinburgh: WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Sons. 1890. Contains-Scott's Greeting to Burns—Poem (pages 16-23). ROBERT BURNS: A GENETHLIAC. By George O'Byrne, author of “Roses and Thistles,” etc. [4to.]
Nottingham : January, 1890. SECOLO ILLUSTRATO DELLA DOMENICA. Anno II., No. 30.
Milano : 27 Aprile, 1890. Contains-Calonna 40-Il mio cuore e sui monti. Poesia di R. Burns, estratta dal vol. “I Fiori del Nord.” (Page 131).
Regarding these Burnsiana Italiana, our friend, Signor Ulisse Ortensi, to whom we are indebted for them, writes us as follows :-"E questo é tutto. Né libri, né traduzioni complete--né verzioni intere--solo questo po di letteratura periodical, e non altra.” Signor Ortensi has translated Poe's works into Italian; and we hope soon to bring under the notice of our readers his Italian version of Burns.-For which see advertisement in Chronicle. CORRIERE DELLA SERA DI MILANO, 1890. Lo stesso articolo
sul Burns, del Helen Zimmern. THE BOOK OF ROBERT BURNS. Genealogical and Historical
Memoirs of the Poet, his associates, and those celebrated in his
Edinburgh: Printed for the Grampian Club. 1889-91. THE MAKERS OF MODERN ENGLISH. A Popular Handbook of
the Greater Poets of the Century. By W. J. Dawson, author of “ The Threshold of Manhood; “A Vision of Souls, and other Ballads”; Quest and Vision,” etc. Second Edition. [8vo.]
London: HODDER & STROUGHTON. 1891. Contains-Robert Burns (Chapter III., pages 17-25). LAYS AND LYRICS, by William James Currie, author of “Doric Lilts.” [8vo.]
Galashiels : John M‘QUEEN. 1891. Contains—Robert Burns (pages 68-71); Auld Scotland's Glorious Three-Wallace, Bruce, and Burns. THE WORDSWORTH DICTIONARY OF PERSONS AND PLACES,
with Familiar Quotations from his Works (including full index) and a chronologically-arranged list of his best poems. By J. R. Tutin, compiler of “The Bibliography of Wordsworth,” &c. [8vo).
Hull : J. R. TUTIN. 1891. Contains--Bibliography of Wordsworth's Poems on Burns (page 15). THE FREEMASONS' REPOSITORY. Published Monthly. For
Masons and their families. Henry W. Rugg, Editor. Vol. XX. 1891.
Contains--Burns Memorial in Providence, R.I. (woodcut illustration, pages 25960); The Homes of Burns (page 577); The Burns Statue at Ayr (page 587); The Homes of Burns (page 618). IN MEMORIAM-JAMES M‘KIE. (Reprinted from Kilmarnock Standard, October 3, 1891).
Kilmarnock: DUNLOP & DRENNAN. 1891. THE AULD BRIG’S WELCOME ON THE UNVEILING OF THE
BURNS STATUE, AYR, July 8, 1891. By Wallace Bruce. (Recited by the Author at the unveiling ceremony).
Edinburgh : WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Sons. 1891. “The night was cold, he could not wait,
He left his message at the door ;
We worship, we can do no more." GREAT THOUGHTS. Volume Sixth. New series, No. 134; old series, No. 369.
London: A. W. HALL. 1891. Contains-Portrait and Biography of Robert Burns.
IN THE VALHALLA AND OTHER POEMS. By James Young Geddes. [8vo.]
Dundee : JOAN LENG & Co. 1891. Contains—The Memory of Burns, 1890 (pages 45-48); The Memory of Burns, 1891 (pages 49-52). POEMS. By T. J. Powys. [8vo.]
London : KEGAN PAUL, & Co. 1891. Contains—The Grave of Burns (pages 145-150). SONG AND SENTIMENT : Lyrical and other Verses. By John
London: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT, & Co. 1891. Contains-To Robert Burns (pages 135 and 136). BACKWARD GLANCES, OR SOME PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. By James Hedderwick. [8vo.]
Edinburgh: WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Sons. 1891. Contains-Burns Worship in Scotland (pages 153-158). BURNS BIRTHDAY SONG. Words by Alexander Lowson. Music
by Philip Sheridan. To be sung at Forfar Burns Club Festival, on
26th January, 1891. SCOTLAND FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT
CENTURY. By John Mackintosh, LL.D., author of “The
,” “ The Revolution of 1688, and Viscount Dundee," etc., etc. Second Edition. [8vo.] The Story of the Nations Series.
London : T. FISHER UNWIN. 1891. Contains-Notice of Burns (pages 314-316). Portrait of Burns after Nasmyth. Cottage where he was born. LUMIR. Casopis Zabavny a Pougny.
Prague : 10th Zari, 1891. Contains-Zbasni Roberta Burnse. Prelozil Jos. V. Sladek-Seven of Burns's Poems translated into Cech. EASTERN BELLS (No. 22).
Glasgow : ROBERTSON, 304 Duke Street. January, 1892. Contains-Portrait of Burns; Burns on his Birth ; The Twenty-fifth of January ; Personal Sketch of Burns, by Allan Cunningham; The Nationality of Burns, &c., &c. Printed, Published, and Delivered Free. PEOPLE'S FRIEND: A Miscellany of Popular and Instructive Literature. No. 1170, Monday, May 30th.
Dundee: JOHN LENG & Co. 1892.
Edited by John Muir, Vol. I., 25th January, 1892. Price One
Kilmarnock : D. BROWN & Co. 1892.
Paisley : ALEXANDER GARDNER. 1892. Contains several Poems on Burns. BURNS'S OPINION OF THE UNION OF 1707.
Edinburgh : SCOTTISH HOME RULE ASSOCIATION. 1892.
BURNS, POET-LAUREATE OF CANONGATE KILWINNING, A
MYTH. Letters reprinted from "The Freemason,” with Prefatory
Edinburyh : PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION. 1892. A PILGRIMAGE TO THE LAND OF BURNS, AND OTHER
POEMS, by Hew Ainslie, with a Memoir of the Author by Thomas
Paisley : ALEXANDER GARDNER. 1892. KILMARNOCK BURNS CLUB. Speech by Dr. Wm. Findlay. January 25th. [4to).
Kilmarnock: DUNLOP & DRENNAN. 1892. Reprinted from the Kilmarnock Standard. CELEBRATION OF ANNIVERSARY, BY KILMARNOCK BURNS CLUB. January 25th, 1892. [4to). I marked thy Embryo-tuneful art.
Thy natal hour. Kilmarnock : PUBLISHED BY THE BURNS CLUB. 1892. Title-page a beautiful representation in black and white of the above quoted words from the Vision, executed by William Findlay, Junior. SONGS OF LABOUR. To the Residents of Tradeston who love Right and the Golden Rule. [4to sheet.]
Glasgow : THE LABOUR PUBLISHING SOCIETY, LTD. 1892. Contains—"A Man's a Man for a' that." ANNUAL BURNS CHRONICLE AND CLUB DIRECTORY. Edited by John Muir. [8vo.]
Kilmarnock : D. BROWN & Co. 1892. Contains-Specimen Title page, Prospectus, etc. : Price Twopence, post free. LAIRD NICOLL'S KITCHEN, AND OTHER SCOTTISH STORIES. By Joseph Wright. [8vo.]
Glasgow: JOSEPH WRIGHT. 1892. Contains-Burns and Tannahill (pages 45-48). ODE TO THE MEMORY OF ROBERT BURNS.
By John B. M‘Taggart. Dedicated to the Thistle Burns Club, Glasgow, Jan.
25th, 1892. ROUND BURNS' GRAVE: The Pæans and Dirges of many Bards.
Gathered together by John D. Ross, Editor of Celebrated Songs of Scotland,” and author of “Scottish Poets in America.” [8vo.] Enlarged Edition.
Paisley: ALEXANDER GARDNER. 1892. BURNSIANA: A COLLECTION OF LITERARY ODDS AND
ENDS RELATING TO ROBERT BURNS. Compiled by John 1. Ross, Author of “Scottish Poets in America, and editor of “ Celebrated Songs of Scotland,” “Round Burns' Grave,” etc. Vol. I. [4to.]
Paisley : ALEXANDER GARDNER. 1892. ISOBEL BURNS (MRS. BEGG): A MEMOIR BY HER GRANDSON. [8vo.
“Type of the wise, who soar but never roam,
- Wordsworth's Ode to a Skylark.
Contains-Forthcoming Translation of Burns's Works, by John Muir. NORTH BRITISH DAILY MAIL, Tuesday, December 27th, 1892.
Contains-Burns's “Deil,” by John Muir. DUNDEE WEEKLY NEWS SUPPLEMENT OF SCOTTISH SONG. [Folio.] 16 pages.
Dundee : W. & D. C. THOMSON, November 12th, 1892. Contains-Numerous Songs by Burns.
CLUBIANA. BYE-LAWS AND CONSTITUTION OF THE ROBERT BURNS CLUB OF CHESTER, PA. Instituted, November 24th, 1879.
Chester ; EVENING News OFFICE. 1881. DUNDEE BURNS CLUB. Thirtieth Session. List of Office-Bearers, etc.
Dundce: PRINTED FOR THE CLUB, February, 1889. HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE DUNDEE BURNS CLUB. By Mr. Alexander Macdonald, President. [8vo.)
Dundee : WILLIAM KIDD. 1889. CONSTITUTION AND BYE-LAWS FOR THE GOVERNMENT
OF THE AUCKLAND BURNS CLUB AND LITERARY
Auckland: Scott PRINTING Co. 1890. RULES OF THE BRIDGETON BURNS CLUB (Instituted 1870),
with Report of Meeting of the 132nd Anniversary of the Poet's Birthday, and List of Members. [12mo.]
Glasgow : PRINTED FOR THE CLUB. 1891. CAMPSIE BURNS CLUB. Instituted 1890. “Shall Brithers be for a' that." Syllabus, Session 1891-92.
Lennoxtown: PRINTED FOR THE CLUB. 1891. BOLTON FEDERATED BURNS CLUB. Instituted January, 1882.
Affiliated with the Burns Federation, July, 1886. Rules, Syllabus, etc.
Bolton ; PRINTED FOR THE CLUB. 1892. DUMFRIES MECHANICS' BURNS CLUB. Instituted 1884. Session 1892.
Dumfries : COURIER AND HERALD OFFICES. 1892. CAMPSIE BURNS CLUB. Instituied 1890. “Shall Brithers be for a' thać.” Syllabus, Session 1892-93.
Lennoxtown: PRINTED FOR THE CLUB. 1892. CAMPSIE BURNS CLUB. Programme, Anniversary Celebration,
1892. POSSILPARK BURNS CLUB. Instituted 1892. Constitution, Rules, Objects, etc. [32mo.]
Glasgow : PRINTED FOR THE CLUB. 1892. LEITH BURNS CLUB. Instituted 1886. Constitution, Rules, etc.
Leith : GARDNER BROS. N.D. THE DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB. First Annual Report and Balance
Sheet of the Committee of Management from 18th March, 1891, to 24th March, 1892 : to be laid before the Annual Meeting of Members, to be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Stuart Street, Dunedin,
on Thursılay, 24th March, 1892. POSSILPARK BURNS CLUB. Constitution, Rules, etc. HAMILTON JUNIOR BURNS CLUB. Constitution, Rules, Bye