Poems by Robert Burns With His Life and Character [1801, Edinburgh][2]

Poems by Robert Burns With His Life and Character, by Robert Burns, in 2 volumes. Edinburgh: Printed by Oliver & Co., sold by J & J Scrymgeour, and Brash & Reid, Glasgow. 1801. Binding: brown leather on boards; title, vol., and date on spine in gold; beige laid end-paper; cream wove paper.   Marks: Embossed "Burns Monument Kilmarnock", on the title page of both volumes. James McKie private library numbers "75" & "74".   Illustrations: "Embellished with beautiful Engravings", on title page of both volumes. Vignettes throughout both volumes. Volume 1: Engraving of Burns after Naysmith (R. Scott), facing title page. Engraving of the "Holy Fair", after A. Carse (R. Scott), between pp. 30-31. Volume 2: Engraving of the "The Cotters' Saturday night", after A. Carse (R. Scott), between pp. 6-7. Engraving of the "Tam O'Shanter", after A. Carse (R. Scott), between pp. 102-103. Comment by James McKie: "…Ed - the plates of Stewart…are interspersed throughout. James McKie. Date of birth correct." Other: Illegible inscriptions on inside front and back cover of volume 1.
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EAMK030027
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Robert Burns
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BU_C.0027.0001 & 0002
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East Ayrshire Leisure
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