Memoirs Etc. of Burns (Various Dates)

Contains Facsimile of the writing of Robert Burns upon the Bibles presented by him to his Highland Mary. Accurately copied from their originals, on their returnfrom Canada to be deposited in the monument at Ayr, December 1840. A Memoir of the Life of the Late Robert Burns, by R. HEron (1797) A Biographical Sketch of Robert Burns, by P.E. Dove, "Commonwealth" Office, Glasgow(1859) The Burial of Burns, a Poem. By John Kay Taylor. William Hamilton, Glasgow (1847) A Paper on the Subject of Burns' Pistols, by the Right Rev. Bishop Gillis. Edinburgh, MArshall Beattie. (1859) Tam O'Shanter, a Tale, by Robert Burns, and Observations on the Statues of Tam O'Shanter and Souter Johnny The Edinburgh Ayrshire Club, Instituted 1854 - Johnston and Auld Edinburgh. (1866) Tam O' Shanter, a Poem. The Statues of Tam O'Shanter and Souter Johnny. Advertiser Office, Ayr. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. At page 352 and 497 Fergusson and Burns, or the Poet's Reverie. (1822) The Three Lyrists. Horace, Burns, Beranger. The Literary Aspirant's Magazine. Burns - The Poet of the Heart. (1846) Interesting Collections of Ballad Poetry, &c. To A Rose, Plucked from Alloway Kirk Yard. (1867) Catalogue of the Burns Gallery, a Series of Paintings. by D.O. Hill, R.S.A The Lounger, - at page 202 Burns under date december 9th 1786 - Short Review.        
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