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D'Israeli's (J.) Literary and Political Character of James I. 8vo.
See Introduction to The Fortunes of Nigel.

Lond. 1816

Johnstone's (J. & J.) Historical Description of the Monastery and Chapel of Holyrood House,
and of the Palace and Environs. 8vo.
Edin. 1819
Borthwick (Wm.) Inquiry into the Origin and limitations of the Feudal Dignities of Scotland,
&c. &c. 8vo.
ib. 1775-6
Ramsay's (Allan) Poems; with Glossary, Life, and Remarks, by Geo. Chalmers. 2 vols. 8vo.
Lond, 1800
ib. 1794

Chalmers' (Geo.) Life of Thomas Ruddiman, &c. 8vo.
Breuhowse's (John) Highland Spectator. Observations on the inhabitants of London and
Westminster, &c. Lond. 1744. The Chain of Fate, &c. History of a North Briton,
who was ruined by serving the Public, &c. ib. 1756. 8vo.
James VI. Poeticall Exercises at vacant hours; The Lepanto, &c.
Webster's (Dav.) Topographical Dictionary of Scotland. 8vo.
Pinkerton's (John) Enquiry into the History of Scotland, &c. 2 vols. 8vo.
the republication of 1794.)

SHELF VIII.

sm. 4to.

Reprint. Edin. 1817 (with Preface to Lond. 1789

Dalrymple's (Sir James) Collections concerning the Scottish History preceding the Death of
King David, 1153, &c. 8vo.

Kennedy's (James) Glenochil, a descriptive Poem. 2 vols. 12mo.
Macdonald's (J.) Travels in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa. 2 v. 8vo.
Description (Exact and Circumstantial) of Battle of Flodden, in verse, written
Queen Elizabeth, with Notes by Rev. R. Lambe, Vicar of Norham. 12mo.
See POETICAL WORKS, vol. iii. pp. 233, 239, &c.

Macaulay's (Rev. Kenneth) History of St. Kilda. 8vo.

Edin. 1705

Glasgow, 1810

Lond. 1790 about time of Berwick, 1774

Lond. 1764

Buchanan's (G.) History of Scotland, translated from the Latin. 5th ed. 2 vols. 8vo. Edin. 1672
Appendix to the same; containing Detection of the actions of Mary, De Jure Regni,
&c.; Genealogy of Kings, &c. 8vo.
Lond. 1721

ib. 1695

ib. 1776

Craig's (Sir Thomas, of Riccarton,) Scotland's Sovereignty asserted; being a Dispute con-
cerning Homage, &c. Translated from the Latin MS. by G. Ridpath. 8vo.
Topham's (Captain Ed.) Letters from Edinburgh in 1774 and 1775. 8vo.
Mackenzie's (Simon) Vis unita fortior, or the Union of Great Britain, &c. 8vo.
Ferguson's (Robert) Poems, with his Life, by Dr. David Irving. 12mo.
Ramsay's (Allan) Poems, with his Life, by William Tennant.
Carey's (David) Craig Phadric, and other Poems. 8vo.

12mo.

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ib. 1704 Glasg. 1800

Edin. 1819

Inverness, 1811

Thomson's (David, the Gala Swain) The Forest Fray; a Poem in 2 Cantos. 18mo. Kelso, 1816

See LIFE, vol. vi. p. 159.

Hailes's (Lord) Memorials and Letters relating to the History of Britain in the Reigas of James I. and Charles I. 2 vols, sm. 8vo.

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Glasg. 1766

Lond. 1760

Macpherson's (James) Fragments of Ancient Poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Gaelic or Erse Language. sm. 8vo. Douglas (the Tragedy of,) and Pamphlets in the Controversy to which its Performance gave rise, &c. 8vo.

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Edin. 1757, &c. 7. Dr. Adam Ferguson, Morality of Stage Plays seriously considered, Edin. 1757 8. Letter to David Hume on Tragedy of Douglas, Lond. 1757

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9. Argument to prove that the Tragedy of Douglas
ought to be publicly burnt by the common
Hangman,
Edin. 1757

10. The Philosopher's Opera, by J. MacLaurin, Lord
Dreghorn, 1756.

4. New Song, for Thursday, 17th May 1750.
5, 6. The Player's Scourge, by J-n H-
-ne, 1768.
See PROSE WORKS, vol. xix. p. 312.

Macleay's (Dr. K.) Description of the Spar Cave in the Isle of Skye; with The Mermaid, a
Poem. 8vo.

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Outlines of Edinburgh, and other Poems. 8vo.

Edin. 1811

Lond. 1822

&c. sm. 8vo.

Edin. 1682 Newcastle, 1822 Collection of Simple and Easy Remedies for Edin. 1731

Irvini (Christ. abs Bon. Bosco) Historiae Scoticae Nomenclatura Latino Vernacula, (Attributed also to Prof. T. Crawford, Author of Notes on Buchanan's History.) The Battle of Flodden Field, B. L. Reprint. sm. 8vo. Moncrief's (John) Poor Man's Physician, &c. most Distempers, &c. 3d edit. Baillie's (Wm.) Impiety and Superstition Exposed, a Poetical Essay, &c. sm. 4to. ib. 1710 Impartial Account of Transactions in Scotland, concerning the Earl of Broadalban, Viscount and Master of Stair, Glenco-men, &c. sm. 4to. Lond. 1695

12mo.

Innes' (Tho.) Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of the Northern Parts of Britain, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. ib. 1729.

8vo.

See PROSE WORKS, vol. xx. p. 307, &c.

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Heron's (Rob.) Journey through the Western Counties of Scotland in 1792. 2d edit. 2 vols. Perth, 1799 Kerr's (Rob.) History of Scotland during the Reign of Robert I. surnamed the Bruce. 2 vols. Edin. 1811

8vo.

SHELF I.

PRESS B.

Buchanani (Geo.) Opera Omnia, curante Ruddimanno. 2 vols. in 1, fol.

See PROSE WORKS, vol. xx. p. 304.

Edin. 1715

Slezer's (Captain John) Theatrum Scotiae, containing Prospects of their Majesties' Castles and
Palaces, &c. fol.
Lond. 1693

See POETICAL WORKS, vol. vi. note 3 U. PROSE WORKS, vol. vii. p. 441.

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Roll of the Claims entered in the Court of Session in Scotland, &c. in pursuance of the Act for abolishing Heritable Jurisdictions. fol. Edin. 1747 Records of the Parliament of Scotland. Printed under the direction of Messrs. W. & A. Robertson, Keepers of the Register Office; but suppressed. fol. ib. 1805

SHELF II.

Laws and Acts of the Scottish Parliaments from the 1st Parlt. of James I. (1424) to 1st Parlt Edin. 1682-1731

of Queen Anne (1706). By Murray of Glendock. 3 vols. 12mo. Jonstoni (Arturi) Poemata Omnia, &c. 32mo.

12mo.

12mo.

La Mort de la Royne d'Escosse, Douarière de France, &c. 32mo.
Henderson's (And.) Life of John Earl of Stair, &c. 2d edit.
Holland's (Tho. Agar.) Dryburgh Abbey, a Poem.
Tour to Strathspey, by Col. H. G. with MS. note.
Delitiae Poetarum Scotorum hujus aevi illustrium, edente Art. Jonstono.

sm. 8vo.

Middel. 1642
1589
Lond. 1749
Oxf. 1821

Wants title, but 1782

2 vols. 24mo. Amst. Blaeu, 1637

SHELF III.

Legenda Aurea Sanctorum; cum indice ad initium, MS. in pergam. fol.
Mackenzie's (Sir Geo.) Workes. 2 vols. fol.

See PROSE WORKS, vol xx. p. 306, &c.

Edin. 1716-22

Wodrow's (Rev. Robt.) History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the Restauration to the Revolution. 2 vols. fol. ib. 1721-2

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See POETICAL WORKS, vol. ii. p. 234; vol. iii. p. 191.

Keith's (Bishop Robt.) History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland, from the Reformation to 1568, &c. fol. ib. 1734

See Note to The Abbot, &c.

Douglas's (Sir Robt.) Peerage of Scotland, revised and corrected; with continuation by J. P. Wood, Esq. 2 vols. fol.

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See PROSE WORKS, vol. vii. p. 175.

Baronage of Scotland, &c. fol.

Drummond's (Wm. of Hawthornden) Works, with Life by Bishop Sage. fol.
Gordon's (Alex.) Itinerarium Septentrionale, or a Journey through most of the
Scotland and those in North of England. fol.

See Note to The Monastery, vol. i.

ib. 1813

ib. 1798

ib. 1711 counties of Lond. 1726

Nisbet's (Alex.) System of Heraldry, Speculative and Practical, with the True Art of Blazon, &c. 2d edit. 2 vols. fol. Edin. 1804

See Note to Ivanhoe. PROSE WORKS, Vol. vii. pp. 199, 214, &c.

Sibbaldi (Rob.) Scotia Illustrata, sive Prodromus Historiae Naturalis Scotiae, &c. fol. ib. 1684 Scott's (David) History of Scotland, &c. from the year of the world 3619 to the year of Christ 1726. fol. Westminster, 1727

Fac Simile of an Ancient Heraldic Manuscript emblazoned by Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount, King of Armes. 1542. fol. Edin. 1822 Lizars's (W. H.) Lacunar Strevelinense, or Engravings of Heads from the carved work in the roof of the King's Room in Stirling Castle. fol. ib. 1817

See LIFE, vol. iv. p. 100, note.

Jebb, (Sam.) De Vita et Rebus Gestis Mariae Scotorum Reginae, &c. Autores Sedecim. 2 vols. fol. Lond. 1725

Vol. 1.-Chambre (David) Traité de la Succession des
Femmes aux Gouvernemens, &c.

Leslaeus (Joannes) de Tit. et Jure Mariae
Scot. Reg.

Rebus Gestis Scotiae Regnante Maria.
Buchanani (Geo.) Detectio Mariae Scot. Reg.
Hist. Tragique de Marie, Royne d'Escosse.
Barnestapolii (Ob.) Maria Stuarta, Regina Sco-
tiae, innocens a caede Darleiana.

Vol. 2.-Conaei (Geo.) Vita Mariae.

Causin, (Nic.) Histoire de l'incomparable
Reine, Marie Stuart.

Strada (Fam.) de Mariae, &c. Vita et Morte.

Vol. 2.-continued.

Scoti (Rom.) Summarium Rationum, quibus Cancellarius Ang. &c. persuaserunt occidendam esse Sereniss. Mariam, &c. Blackwood, (Adam) Martyre de la Royne d' Escosse.

Herrera (Ant. de) Hist. de lo Sucedido en Escocia y Inglaterra, &c.

Castelnau (Mich. de) Ext. des Mémoires de, et des Additions, par Laboureur. Brantome. (Extraits de)

Mort de la Royne d' Escosse.

Monsieur de Bourges, Oraison Funèbre de la Royne d' Escosse.

K. James VI., Works of. fol.

ib. 1616

SHELF IV.

Boethii (Hectoris) Historiae Scotorum a prima gentis origine, &c. Libri xix. fol.

Lausannae, excud. F. Le Preux, 1574

See PROSE WORKS, vol. xx. p. 302.

Fordun (Joannis de) Scotichronicon, cum Supplementis et contin. Walt. Boweri. E Cod. MSS.,

&c. edidit W. Goodall. 2 vols. fol.

Edin. 1759

See POETICAL WORKS, passim. Notes to Fair Maid of Perth, &c. PROSE WORKS, vol. vii. p. 61-2. Foulis's (Henry) History of Romish Treasons and Usurpations, &c. fol.

Lond. 1671

Hist. of the Wicked Plots and Conspiracies of our pretended Saints, 2d edit. fol. Fountainhall's (Lord) Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session, from 1678 to 2 vols. fol.

Oxf. 1674

1712, &c. Edin. 1759

See POETICAL WORKS, passim.

Virgil's Æneis, translated into Scottish verse by Gawin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld, with

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Spotswood's (Abp.) History of the Church of Scotland, from A.D. 203 to the death of James VI. 4th edit. with Appendix. fol. Lond. 1677

See POETICAL WORKS, vol. i.-iv. passim.

Argyle, Case of Earl of, containing his trial, escape, and sentence, &c. (wanting last leaf) 1683. Grand Indictment for High Treason, against the Marquess of Argyle, &c., 1661. His Defences to the Indictment, Speeches in Parliament, and Speech on the Scaffold, &c. with MS. note by Sir W. S., 1661. fol. Edin. 1661-83

See POETICAL WORKS, vol. iv. p. 268.

Sibbald's (Sir Robt.) History of Fife and Kinross, the Firths of Forth and Tay, and the Islands in them. fol. ib. 1710

See POETICAL WORKS, vol. iv. p. 268.

Standsfield, (Philip) Tryal of, for the Murder of his father, Sir James Standsfield, with MS. note by Sir W. S. and Letter from C. K. Sharpe, Esq. fol.

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ib. 1688

See LIFE, vol. i. p. 261; vol. v. p. 295. POETICAL WORKS, vol. iv. p. 191-2. Ramsay's (Allan) Gentle Shepherd, with illustrations by David Allan. Glasgow, Foulis, 1788 --Gambado's Annals of Horsemanship, Lond. 1791. 4to. Crawfurd's (Geo.) Description of Renfrewshire, continued to the present period, by G. RobertPaisley, 1818

son. 4to.

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Papers relating to the administration of Justice in Scotland in Civil Cases. fol. Edin, 1809-10
Laws and Acts of the First Parliament of Charles II. holden at Edinburgh, 1st January 1661,
&c. Extracted, &c., by Sir Archibald Primerose of Chester. fol.
Turner's (Sir James) Pallas Armata: Military Essayes, &c. fol.

See Note to Old Mortality.

ib. 1661 Lond. 1683

Information for Her Majesties Advocate against Mr. James Dundas, advocate.-Information
for Mr. Dundas against Sir James Stewart, Her Majesties Advocate, (respecting the Medal
of the Pretender.) fol.
Edin. 1712
Albania, a Poem, addressed to the Genius of Scotland, with MS. note by Sir W. S. fol.
Lond. 1737

See POETICAL WORKS, vol. vi. p. 108. PROSE WORKS, vol. iv. p. 164; vol. vii. p. 344.
LETTERS ON DEMONOLOGY, pp. 42-3. LIFE, vol. ii. p. 364.

Proceedings at law by Francis Stuart, Son of Francis Earl of Bothwell, against the Earl of
Buccleuch, MS. fol.

Genealogy of the Family of Haliburton, MS. sm. fol.

Campbell's (Alex.) Introduction to the History of Poetry in Scotland, from the 13th century to the present time; to which are subjoined, Sangs of the Lowlands, &c. 4to. Edin. 1798 See LIFE, vol. i. pp. 48-9, note.

SHELF V.

Memorial for Major General Walter Ker of Littledean, Defender, in Action of Reduction brought at the instance of Sir James Innes Ker, Pursuer. 4to. Edin. 1811

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