Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

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Newlie corrected and amended by the first Originall Copie. Edinburgh, printed by Andro Hart.")
"The Complaynt of Scotland. Written in 1548. With a Preliminary Dissertation and Glossary." By John Leyden. Edinburgh, 1801.
"Chronicle of Scottish Poetry; from the Thirteenth Century to the Union of the Crowns." By J. Sibbald. 4 vols. Edinburgh, 1802.
■" The North-Country Chorister." Edited by J. Kitson. Durham, 1802. [London, 1809.] See " Northern Gar­lands," p. six.
" Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border : Con­sisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland; with a few of modern date founded upon local tradition." 1st and 2d vols. 1802, 3d 1803. [Poetical Works of Sib Walter Scott, vols. 1-4. Cadell, Edin­burgh, 1851.]
" The Wife of Auchtermuchty. An ancient Scottish Poem, with a translation into Latin Rhyme." Edinburgh, 1803.
" A Collection of Songs, Moral, Sentimental, Instructive, and Amusing." By James Plumtre. 4to. Cambridge, 1805. London, 1824. 3 vols.
"Popular Ballads and Songs, from Tradition, Manuscripts, and scarce Editions; with translations of similar pieces from the ancient Danish language, and a few originals by the Editor. By Robert Jamieson." 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1806.
" Ancient (!) Historic Ballads." Newcastle, 1807.
" Scottish Historical and Romantic Ballads, chiefly ancient." By John Finlay. 2 vols. Edinburhg, 1808.