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Stevenson, R. Wells, H. The Romantic Revival. Sir Walter Scott. In the Abbotsford library, which by his will is preserved intact as he left it, and is accessible for consultation on certain conditions, are a number of miscellaneous MSS. The original MSS. Of several MSS. In the British Museum is the MS. The MSS. Portions of Kenilworth and The Legend of Montrose, original correspondence and verses belonging to Scott and various letters from him, are included in the Laing collection in the university of Edinburgh.
The publishing firm of A. Edinburgh, Poetical Works. Paris, and Lockhart, J. Edinburgh, —4 and Minto, W. Robertson, J. Lang, A. Apology for Tales of Terror. Kelso, John: a Border Ballad. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border.
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London and Edinburgh, Various subsequent edns. Posthumous edn. New edn. Edinburgh and New York, Rearranged edn. The Lay of the Last Minstrel. Ballads and Lyrical Pieces. Marmion: a Tale of Flodden Field. The Lady of the Lake; a poem. The Vision of Don Roderick. Glenfinlas and other Ballads, with the Vision of Don Roderick. Rokeby, a Poem. The Bridal of Triermain; or the Vale of St. The Field of Waterloo; a Poem.
The Lord of the Isles; a Poem in six cantos. Campbell, A. Harold the Dauntless; a Poem in six cantos. Ballad of the Noble Moringer. In The Edinburgh Annual Register. The Bridal of Triermain and Harold the Dauntless. Miscellaneous Poems. Halidon Hill; a Metrical Romance in two acts. Historical Romances of the Author of Waverley. Novels and Romances of the Author of Waverley. Tales and Romances of the Author of Waverley. Illustrated edn. Edinburgh, — Another edn. The Waverley Novels. Edinburgh, —4.
Edinburgh, —3. Edinburgh, —7. Edinburgh, —1. Oxford, Guy Mannering, or The Astrologer. By the Author of Waverley. The Antiquary. By the Author of Waverley, and Guy Mannering. Tales of My Landlord. Collected and arranged by Jedidiah Cleishbotham. Second series [The Heart of Midlothian]. Rob Roy. A Romance. The Monastery. The Abbot. The Pirate.
The Fortunes of Nigel. Peveril of the Peak. Quentin Durward. Redgauntlet: a tale of the eighteenth century. Tales of the Crusades. Woodstock; or the Cavalier. A tale of the year sixteen hundred and fiftyone. With an introduction by Scott, acknowledging the authorship of the Waverley novels]. Chronicles of the Canongate. Second series [St. Anne of Geierstein; or The Maiden of the Mist.
The Eyrbiggia Saga. Essays on Chivalry and the Drama. Encyclopaedia Britannica. The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland.
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Provincial Antiquities of Scotland. In 10 parts, —26, and in 2 vols. Description of the Regalia of Scotland. Published separately in 2 vols. Paris, Sketch of the Life and Character of the late Lord Kinneder. Essay on Romance. Thoughts on the proposed change of Currency.
With a Preliminary view of the French Revolution. Discourses of a Layman. Humbly inscribed to Hugh Littlejohn, Esqr. Second series. History of Scotland. Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, addressed to J. Lockhart, Esqr. Tales of a Grandfather, being stories taken from the History of France. Inscribed to Master John Hugh Lockhart. Letters of Sir Walter Scott addressed to the Rev. Polwhele, D. Gilbert, Esqr.
Ellis, James. Letters between James Ellis, Esqr. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Coleorton, Memorials of. Knight, W. Journal — Douglas, David. Familiar Letters. Edited from the Auchinleck MS. Slingsby and Memoirs of Captain Hodgson. With notes, etc. The works of John Dryden now first collected. Illustrated with notes, historical, critical and explanatory, and a life of the author. Memoirs of Capt. George Carleton written by himself. The Poetical Works of Anna Seward. With extracts from her literary correspondence. Secret History of the Court of James the First.
The Works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters, tracts and poems not hitherto published. With notes and a life of the author. The Letting of Humours Blood into the Head vaine. Rowlands, Edinburgh, Memorie of the Somervilles. Memorials of the Haliburtons. Trivial Poems and Triolets by Patrick Carey. With an appendix. By the Rt. Bannatyne club. Memoirs of the Marchioness de la Rochejaquelin. Translated from the French. Various Tracts in the Bannatyne Miscellany. Memorials of George Bannatyne, — With a memoir. Papers Relative to the Regalia of Scotland.
Roxburghe club. June A. Edinburgh Letters to Richard Heber containing critical remarks on the series of Novels beginning with Waverley. Agnoli, G. Gli Alborl del romanzo storico in Italia e i primi imitatori di Walter Scott. Ainger, A. Lectures and Essays. Airy, Sir. Topography of the Lady of the Lake. Bagehot, W.
National Review. Ball, M. Sir Walter Scott as a critic of Literature. Columbia University Studies in English. New York, Ballantine, A. Refutations of the misstatements and calumnies contained in Mr. Ballantyne Press, The, and its Founders. Bates, W. Bernays, M. Beziehungen Goethes zu Walter Scott. In Zur neueren Literaturgeschichte. Stuttgart, Rostock, Bouchier, J. A Waverley Mozaic. Brandes, G. Main Currents of Nineteenth Century Literature. Naturalism in England. Brooke, S. Studies in Poetry. Bryant, W. Orations and Addresses.
Buonaparte, Louis. Byron, Lord. Letters and Journals, ed. Prothero, R. Canning, Hon. Philosophy of the Waverley Novels. Carlyle, T. Westminster Review. Sir Walter Scott, by Ker, W. Scott, by Lang, A. Chambers, R. Illustrations of the author of Waverley; being notices and anecdotes of real characters and incidents supposed to be described in his works.
Edinburgh, , and later edns. Glasgow, —4, and later edns. London, Channing, W. Chorley, H. The authors of England. A series of medallion portraits. Cochrane, J. Catalogue of the Library at Abbotsford. Cockburn, H. Life of Lord Jeffrey. Constable, T. Archibald Constable and his Literary Correspondents. Cornish, S.
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