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Page 6 - Mel Heliconium : or Poeticall Honey, Gathered out of the weeds of Parnassus. The first Book : Divided into vii. Chapters, according to the first vii. Letters of the Alphabet : Containing xlviii. Fictions, Out of which are extracted many Historical!, Naturall, Morall, Politicall, and Theologicall Observations, both delightfull and usefull : With xxviii.
Page 7 - A — n the turncoat, a new song [Anon], NP, ND A PILL FOR PORK-EATERS, or a Scots Lancet for an English Swelling [Anon]. Edinburgh, 1705. THE RATTLESNAKE, or a Bastinado for a Whig. London, 1712-13. SOME REMARKS upon a Piece called SCHEMA SCARUM, with a Comical Dialogue betwixt Ned Wihnot and Dr.
Page 21 - HERTZ. By JANE FRANCIS CHAPMAN, Translator of " Waldemar," and
Page 10 - THE OGILVIAD, an heroic poem, with its answers, being a dispute between two Gentlemen at King's College, 8vo, 16 pages. Aberdeen, 1789. POEMS, CHIEFLY IN THE SCOTTISH DIALECT, by Andrew Shirrefs, AM, portrait, 8vo, 366 pages, Glossary 41 pages. Edinburgh, Printed for the Author, 1790. THE SONS OF BRITANNIA, an Interlude, by Andrew Sherrifs, AM [not printed]. CAROLINA; or the Planter. Written in 1776, KP, ND, 8vo, 82 pages.
Page 7 - I composed my countenance in the best manner I could, and replied, that " Much might be said on both sides." These several adventures, with the knight's behaviour in them, gave me as pleasant a day as ever I met with in any of my travels.
Page 13 - D. Chalmers & Co., 1810. RYANDO AND HELMINIA, or the Mirror of Love, a Poem in Four Cantos, by Alexander Harper, 8vo, 60 pages. Aberdeen, Printed for the Author, 1810. [Reprinted, with additions, in "Fruits of Solitary Hours, 1852".) POEMS in the English and Scottish Dialects, by William Ingram, 12mo, 126 pages. Aberdeen, Printed for the Author, 1812. POEMS, Scotch and English, by David Anderson, 8vo. Aberdeen, Printed by D. Chalmers & Co., and sold by J. Mortimer and F. Frost, Broad Street, and...
Page 5 - Edwardus Rabanus. Anno, 1635. THE FAMOUS HISTORIE of the Renowned and Valiant PRINCE ROBERT, surnamed the Bruce, King of Scotland, by Patrick Gordon, gentleman, 4to. Printed at Dort., by George Waters, 1615. Reprinted at Edinburgh, 1718, and Glasgow, 1753. The FIRST BOOKE of the Famous Historye of Penardo and Laissa, other-ways callid the Warres of Love and Ambitione, by Patrik Gordon, 8vo. Printed at Dort., by George Waters, 1615.
Page 9 - HELENORE, or the FORTUNATE SHEPHERDESS, a poem in the broad Scotch dialect, songs and glossary, &c. Aberdeen, J. Chalmers & Co., 1778; Aberdeen, 1789, 1791, 1796; Edinburgh, 1804; Aberdeen, 1804, 1811; Dundee, 1812; Aberdeen, 1836; Brechin, 1851; Edinburgh, 1866; Glasgow, 1868. PARADISE, and other POEMS, by John Ogilvie, DD London, 1769. THE FARMERS' HA', a Scots poem, by a student of Marischal College (Charles Keith, MD) Aberdeen, 1776, 12mo.