Pamphlets (Various Dates) (1)

Contains:   A Foretaste of Pleasant Things, by the Rev. Hamilton Paul. Printed by Wilson, M'Cormick and Carnie. Air. 1820 Robert Burns at Mossgiel, by William Jolly. Printed by Alexander Gardner, Paisley. 1881 A Collection of Scots Proverbs, by Allan Ramsay. Kilmarnock, Printed by H. Crawford. 1829 Reliques of Robert Burns, upwards of a hundred in number, reprinted from the Dumfries Standard. 1880 The Kilmarnock Burns Monument and Statue. 1881 Continuation of "The Twa' Dogs" A Tail (After Burns - A Long Way). Kinross, Printed by A. Brown Burns, A Poem. Lines Written for the Anniversary Meeting of the Hamilton Burns Club. Printed by M. Bowie, Hamilton. The Jolly Beggars, A Cantata, ascribed to the Celebrated Robert Burns. Newcastle upon Tyne, J. Mitchell, Printer. 1804 Catalogue of Manuscripts, Reliques, and Illustrations, in Burns Monument Museum, Edinburgh. Lights and Shadows in the Life of Robert Burns. By J.F. Duncan, Dundee, James P. Matthew and Company. 1879 North British Railway Illustrated Tourist Guide. 1881 Burns as a Mason, by William Hunter. 1858 Opinions of the Press, McKie's Kilmarnock Edition of Burns. 1871 Prize Poem, Robert Burns. By W. Stewart Ross. Robert Burns as a Freethinker, a Poet and Democrat, by William Fletcher. 1881   Binding: Hardbound book, half leather binding with marbled boards. Title in gold inlay on the spine.     Marks: Description of contents written in pencil by McKie on the flyleaf.
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