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The McKie Collection

Pamphlets (Various Dates) (1)

Period:
19th Century
Description:

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.

Source:
The Dick Institute
Accession number:
BU_P.0005
Digital Number:
EAMK00120005
Copyright:
East Ayrshire Leisure


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