4 edition of Select remains of the ancient popular poetry of Scotland found in the catalog.
by [Printed for Wm. and D. Laing by Balfour and Clarke] in Edinburgh, Scotland
Written in English
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Early popular poetry of Scotland and the northern border by Laing, David, edition, in English There's no description for this book yet. An amalgamation of two works published by the editor in and "Select remains of the ancient popular poetry of Scotland" and "Early metrical tales." Series Library of old by: 4.
Select remains of the ancient popular poetry of Scotland: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Specimen Of A Proposed Catalogue Of A Portion Of The Library At Britwell House, Buckinghamshire.
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Select Remains Of The Ancient Popular Poetry Of Scotland: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Founded inhas. (); Orpheo and Heurodis from the Auchinleck MS. in David Laing's Select Remains of the Ancient Popular Poetry of Scotland (new ed., ); and Kyng Orfew from the Ashmolean MS.
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Literally the poem recounts the strange life and adventures of a man called "Allane" who grows from a youth to a powerful adult. Resources by David Laing (69) Select remains of the ancient popular poetry of Scotland [David Laing, editor] Laing, David [ Book: ].
[Notices of David Laing. LL.D., with list his Publications and Leoturwi on Scottish Art &c., by T. Stevenson, Edinburgh (privately printed), ; Biographical Memoir (with protrait) prefixed to new edition of the Select Remains of Ancient Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland, drawn up by John Small, M.A., Edinburgh, ].
See the Biographical Memoir prefixed to Select Remains of Ancient, Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland, edited by John Small (Edinburgh, ); also T. Stevenson, David Laing with List of his Publications, érc.
(privately printed ). A supplement to "Select remains of the ancient popular and romance poetry of Scotland." Description: 1 online resource (2 preliminary leaves, lxi pages, 1 leaf. "Biographical Memoir" prefixed to Select Remains of Ancient, Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland, edited by John Small (Edinburgh, ) Thomas George Stevenson, Notices of David Laing with List of his Publications, etc.
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