Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co.…and Hurst, Robinson, and Co.,…London, 1820. First Edition, with half titles. Interesting... Read More about Ivanhoe
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood & Sons Ltd, 1930. First edition. Read More about To Circumjack Cencrastus or the Curly Snake
Glasgow: John Horn, Printer, 42 Argyle Street, 1893. First edition. Read More about Norman: A Legend of Mull. A Poem, in Five Duans
Edinburgh: K.D. Duval, 1962. First edition, Copy Number 2 of fifty copies with an extra tipped-in leaf bearing the limitation statement, signed by MacDiarmid, and with a poem "Wheesht, Weesht" 2 quatrains, written out and signed by him on the recto. Read More about Hugh Macdiarmid, a Festschrift
London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd, 1940. Firstv edition. Read More about The Golden Treasury of Scottish Poetry
np: Privately Printed, 1969. #19 of 55 numbered copies, signed by Hugh MacDiarmid, , James Bamber, Duncan Glen, Geoff Green and Arthur Thompson. Read More about An Afternoon with Hugh MacDiarmid. Interview Recorded at Brownsbank on 25th October 1968. Hugh...
[London]: Macgibbon & Kee, . First edition. Read More about A Clyack-Sheaf
[London]: Macgibbon & Kee, . SIGNED. Signed by the author on the ffep. Read More about A Clyack-Sheaf
[Preston, Lanchashire]: Akros Publications, 1968. First edition. Number 40 of 50 copies, signed by the Author and Editor. Read More about Early Lyrics. Recently Discovered Among Letters To His Schoolmaster And Friend George Ogilvie...
Glasgw: Duncan Glen, 1965. First edition, Number 23 of 50 copies, signed by the Author. Read More about The Fire of the Spirit. Two Poems
[London]: Macgibbon & Kee, . First edition. Read More about A Lap of Honour
[London]: Macgibbon & Kee, . First Edition. Read More about More Collected Poems
Preston: The Harris Press, [June 30, 1967]. First edition, one of 200 copies. Printed by students of the School of Arts, Harris College, Preston. Read More about On a Raised Beach: A Poem. Introductory Note by Duncan Glen
Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood, 1935. First edition. Author's first book of poetry. Read More about Sangschaw
London: Victor Gollancz, 1934. First edition. Read More about Stony Limits and Other Poems
Edinburgh: William Bryce, . First edition. Inscribed, "To A.B. George Esq. M.A. in admiration of his brilliant Imagination graceful literary style and critical Acumen. Robert Wm. MacKenna Nov. 12, 1897." Read More about Verses
Inverness: J. & W. Mackenzie, 1878. First edition. Read More about Historical Tales and Legends of the Highlands
Beauly, Inverness-shire: Feb. 12, 1931. The Origin of His Name. “Sir:“I hope that the pseudonyms you attribute to various writers are more accurate than the one you attribute to me.“‘Compton Mackenzie’ is not ‘Mackenzie Compton’ in private life, and Fay Compton’s name is really Virginia Mackenzie. It was her great-great-grandmother..... Read More about Typed Letter, Signed, to the editor of the Manchester City News, correcting the newspaper’s...
Edinburgh: printed for William Creech, February 5, 1785-January 6, 1787. First edition of all issues except issues 1 & 2 (third ed), and issues 3-5 & 7 (second edition). Complete run of all 101 issues published. The Lounger and an earlier journal edited by Mackenzie, The Mirror (1779-80), were "the..... Read More about The Lounger. A Periodical Paper, published at Edinburgh in the Years 1785 and 1786
Edinburgh: 1795, 1796 & 1799. First editions. See Quaritch Cat. 1008 (item no. 220) for the last title wherein they state that NCBEL & DNB erroneously refer to earlier printings (one 1796, the other 1796); an error arising from the fact that the poem was written around that time, just..... Read More about Scotland's Skaith; or, History o'Will and Jean. [WITH:] The Waes o'War: or, The Upshot o' the...
New York: Printed by J. & J. Harper, 1828. First American edition. Very scarce. Read More about The Life of Mansie Wauch, Tailor in Dalkeith
Edinburgh: David Webster … and John Wyllie, 1818. Reissue and abridgement of 1612 edition, with facsimile title page. Read More about An Abridgement, or Summarie of the Scots Chronicles; with a Briefe Description of Scotland … To...
n.p: n.d. A Scottish poet and literary man, Motherwell edited “The Harp of Renfrewshire” in 1819, wrote “Renfrewshire Characters and Scenery” as “Isaac Brown” in 1824 and in 1827 his work “Minstrelsy Ancient and Modern” brought him to the attention and subsequent friendship of Sir Walter Scott. He collaborated with..... Read More about Autograph Manuscript Verse, commencing “O think nae main o me, sweet may/O think nae main o...
Part of a longer poem written in probably after 1807 and published in The New Monthly Magazine in 1835 with Lord Byron's Reply (a doubtful attribution). Dr. Henry Moyes (1750-1807) was blind from small pox in infancy. "As his blindness precluded Moyes from practising medicine, he became, in Edinburgh, a...... Read More about Manuscript Poem: "A Petition from the Ladies of Edinburgh to Dr. Moyes." Twelve lines....
New York: Printed by Francis Childs, 1787. It Pays to Advertise. Fascinating advertiser of the period, issued barely two weeks before the delegates to the new constitutional convention in Philadelphia approved a new Constitution on September 17. Advertisements in New York are plentiful which feature ships (with woodcut illustrations) "for..... Read More about The Daily Advertiser: Political, Historical, and Commercial. Monday, September 3, 1787. Vol. III...
Swansea: Printed for the Author by H. Griffith, and sold by Longman and Co., London, 1825. First edition. A scholarly examination of the Ossian poems and evidence. Read More about The Claims of Ossian, Examined and Appreciates: An Essay on the Scottish and Irish Poems...