Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect [1807, Edinburgh][2]

Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, by Robert Burns. Edinburgh: Printed for W. Anderson, Stirling, by Abernethy & Walker. 1807. "With an Account of his Life and A Glossary". Binding: Marbled paper and brown leather on board; tooled leather; gold decoration on the spine; author, place and date on the spine; cream wove end-papers; cream wove paper with speckled edges. Marks: Embossed "Burns Monument Kilmarnock", on the title page. James McKie private library number "137". Illustrations: Engraving of Burns after Nasmyth, facing the title page. Comment by James McKie: " Same Ed. as previous one with a changed imprint. James M'Kie". Other annotations: "Robert Burns | Scotlands …| Song", ink, facing the title page. "Robert", purple ink, facing the title page. "Ted M Brides | Pollockshaws", black ink, the title page. "…Ted M Bride | …St| Pollockshaws", title page
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