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and English, with Toasts and Sentiments for the Bottle." Falkirk, 1785.
"Ancient Scottish Poems, never before in print, but now published from the MS. collections of Sir Eichard Mait-land," &c. John Pinkerton. 2 vols. London, 1786.
" The Works of James I., King of Scotland." To which are added " Two Ancient Scotish Poems, commonly ascribed to King James V." (The Gaberlunzie-Man and the Jollie Beggar.) Morrison's Scotish Poets. Poets. Perth, 1786.
" The Scots Musical Museum. In six volumes. Consisting of Six Hundred Scots Songs, with proper Basses for the Piano Forte," &c. By James Johnson. Edinburgh, 1787-1803. [3d ed. "with copious Notes and Illustrations of the Lyric Poetry and Music of Scotland, by the late Wiliam Sten-house," and " with additional Notes and Illustrations," by David Laing. -4 vols. Edinburgh and London, 1853.]
" The Yorkshire Garland." Edited by Eitson. York, 1788. See " Northern Garlands," p. six.
* "A Select Collection of Favourite Scottish Ballads." 6 vols. E. Morison & Son. Perth, 1790.
" Pieces of Ancient Popular Poetry: From Authentic Manuscripts and Old Printed Copies. By Joseph Eitson, Esq." London, 1791. [Second Edition, London, 1833.]
i Ancient Songs and Ballads, from the Reign of King Henry the Second to the Revolution. Collected by Joseph Ritson, Esq." 2 vols. Printed 1787, dated 1790, published 1792. [London, 1829.]
" Scottish Poems, reprinted from scarce editions, with three