The Resource Poems. : By Allan Ramsay

Poems. : By Allan Ramsay

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Poems. : By Allan Ramsay
Title
Poems.
Title remainder
By Allan Ramsay
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also reproduced on microfilm.
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T154560
Citation source
  • ESTC
  • Martin 41
  • Foxon p.659, Kress 3279
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1686-1758
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Ramsay, Allan
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • English poetry
  • Scottish poetry
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Poems. : By Allan Ramsay
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Publication
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A collection of pamphlets previously issued separately by Ramsay. The collection was probably first published in 1719 without a collective titlepage and subsequently re-issued in April? 1720 with prefatory material and a collective titlepage but little attempt at continuous pagination. In later issues in 1720, 1721 and 1722, all with same collective titlepage dated 1720, increasing efforts were made at continuous pagination as the work was extended with new poems and the constituent parts were reprinted. Copies vary in their constituent parts
Contents
Contents: Morning interview (with: Elegy on Maggy Johnston, To the most beautiful Scots ladies, Scots songs) [Martin 36, 32, 49, 46] - Christ's-Kirk on the Green [Martin 7] - Scriblers lash'd [Martin 48] - Content [Martin 17] - Richy and Sandy [Martin 25] - Familiar epistles [Martin 22] - Prologue [variant of Martin 42] - Bessy Bell and Mary Gray [Martin 28] - Young laird and Edinburgh Katy [Martin 54] - Patie and Roger [Martin 37] - Edinburgh's salutation [Martin 31]
Extent
1 online resource ()
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Poems. : By Allan Ramsay
Link
Publication
Note
A collection of pamphlets previously issued separately by Ramsay. The collection was probably first published in 1719 without a collective titlepage and subsequently re-issued in April? 1720 with prefatory material and a collective titlepage but little attempt at continuous pagination. In later issues in 1720, 1721 and 1722, all with same collective titlepage dated 1720, increasing efforts were made at continuous pagination as the work was extended with new poems and the constituent parts were reprinted. Copies vary in their constituent parts
Contents
Contents: Morning interview (with: Elegy on Maggy Johnston, To the most beautiful Scots ladies, Scots songs) [Martin 36, 32, 49, 46] - Christ's-Kirk on the Green [Martin 7] - Scriblers lash'd [Martin 48] - Content [Martin 17] - Richy and Sandy [Martin 25] - Familiar epistles [Martin 22] - Prologue [variant of Martin 42] - Bessy Bell and Mary Gray [Martin 28] - Young laird and Edinburgh Katy [Martin 54] - Patie and Roger [Martin 37] - Edinburgh's salutation [Martin 31]
Extent
1 online resource ()
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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