Publications

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Title Publication Date Author Author Role Publisher Edition Other Editions Editor Collaborator Patron Subscription Description Key Subscribers Pages Call Number Dialect Language Digitized or Digital Editions Additional Notes
Winter Evening Tales, collected among the cottagers in the south of Scotland James Hogg Author Oliver & Boyd, G. & W. B. Whittaker HathiTrust (Volume I), HathiTrust (Volume II)
Altrive Tales: Collected Among the Peasantry of Scotland, and from Foreign Adventures 1832 James Hogg Author James Cochrane HathiTrust

This is volume 1 of a planned series of prose works, but no more were published

The Poetic Mirror; or, the Living Bards of Britain 1816 James Hogg Author Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst), James Ballantyne & Co. Archive.org
The three perils of woman: or, Love, leasing, and jealousy. A series of domestic Scottish tales 1823 James Hogg Author Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst) HathiTrust (Volume I), HathiTrust (Volume II), HathiTrust (Volume III)
Scottish Pastorals, Poems, Songs, &c., mostly written in the dialect of the south 1801 James Hogg Author John Taylor Archive.org
Familiar Anecdotes of Sir Walter Scott 1834 James Hogg Author Harper HathiTrust
Dramatic Tales 1816 James Hogg Author Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst), John Ballantyne Google Books (Volume I)
The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner 1824 James Hogg Author Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst) British Library
A Series of Lay Sermons on Good Principles and Good Breeding 1834 James Hogg Author James Fraser Archive.org
Queen Hynde. A Poem, in Six Books. 1824 James Hogg Author Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst), William Blackwood Google Books
Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border: consisting of historical and romantic ballads, collected in the southern counties of Scotland; with a few of modern date, founded upon local tradition 1802 to 1803 Sir Walter Scott, James Hogg Editor, Collector Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst) 2 Archive.org: Vol. I (2nd Ed), Archive.org: Vol. II (2nd Ed), Archive.org: Vol. III (2nd Ed), Walter Scott Minstrelsy Project (2011-2014, first critical ed, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and University of Edinburgh)
Tales of the Wars of Montrose 1835 James Hogg Author James Cochrane Archive.org (Volume I), Archive.org (Volume II), Archive.org (Volume III)
The Poetical Works of James Hogg 1822 James Hogg Author Archibald Constable & Co., Hurst, Robinson & Co. HathiTrust (Volume I), HathiTrust (Volume II), HathiTrust (Volume III), HathiTrust (Volume IV)
The Shepherd's Guide: Being a Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Sheep, Their Causes, and the Best Means of Preventing Them; with Observations on the Most Suitable Farm-Stocking for the Various Climates of this Country 1807 James Hogg Author Archibald Constable & Co., John Murray Archive.org
The Shepherd's Calendar 1829 James Hogg Author William Blackwood, Thomas Cadell Archive.org (Volume I), Archive.org (Volume II)
The Brownie of Bodsbeck; and other tales 1817 James Hogg Author William Blackwood, John Murray Google Books (Volume I), Google Books (Volume II)
The Queen's Wake: A Legendary Poem 1813 James Hogg Author George Goldie, Longman, Rees, Orme, & Brown (Green, Hurst) 2
Edition: 
3
Publication Date: 
1814
Other Information: 
"Contains important revisions" (ODNB)
Google Books

This book-length narrative poem tells of the return of Mary, queen of Scots, to Scotland after her long sojourn in France. To welcome the young queen a poetic competition—described by Hogg as a ‘wake’—is held at Holyrood Palace among the minstrels of Scotland. The poem tells the story of this event, interspersed with the songs sung by the minstrels. The Queen's Wake was immediately recognized as a major achievement, with spice added by the circumstances of Hogg's background and upbringing. Indeed, George Goldie, the publisher of the poem, assured readers in the second edition (1813) that the work was ‘really and truly the production of James Hogg, a common shepherd, bred among the mountains of Ettrick Forest, who went to service when only seven years of age; and since that period has never received any education whatever’ (p. vi). (ODNB)

Sheffield Manor, and other poems 1831 Mary Hutton Author John Blackwell
The Happy Isle; and other poems 1836 Mary Hutton Author J. Limbird, A. Whitaker
Cottage Tales and poems 1842 Mary Hutton Author J. Blurton Google Books
Autobiography, Poems and Songs of Ellen Johnston, The Factory Girl 1867 Ellen Johnston Author W. Love
Publication Date: 
1869
Poems Upon Several Occasions, by the late Mrs. Leapor of Brackley in Northamptonshire 1751 Mary Leapor Author J. Roberts 2 Samuel Richardson, Isaac Hawkins Browne Stephen Duck
Poetical Effusions 1814 Isabella Lickbarrow Author M. & R. Branthwaite, J. Richardson British Women Romantic Poets Project
The Exile, a Poem in seven books 1836 Thomas MacQueen Author James Duncan Google Books
Simple Poems on Simple Subjects 1805 Christian Milne Author J. Chalmers & Co. Online Archive of California
An Essay in Rhyme, in two parts 1834 Robert Sewell Author M. King Contains a list of subscribers (Johnson (1992), item 813) Google Books

Contains ‘To Burns’ (Robert Burns) and ‘To the memory of Bloomfield’ (Robert Bloomfield)

A Book of Lyrics, Songs, Ballads, and Chants 1881 Joseph Skipsey Author David Bogue Archive.org
Carols from the Coalfields, and other songs and ballads 1886 Joseph Skipsey Author Walter Scott
Publication Date: 
1888
Lyrics 1858 Joseph Skipsey Author George Proctor
Edition Title: 
Lyrics
Edition: 
2
Publisher: 
Publication Date: 
1859

No longer extant

Poems and Songs, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect 1815 Robert Tannahill Author Gale, Curtis & Fenner, Archibald Constable & Co., H. Crichton
Edition Title: 
Poems and Songs, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect
Edition: 
2
Publication Date: 
1815
John Muir Scots
The Soldier's Return; A Scottish Interlude in Two Acts: with other Poems and Songs, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect 1807 Robert Tannahill Author Stephen Young
Edition Title: 
The Soldier's Return; A Scottish Interlude in Two Acts: with other Poems and Songs, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect
Edition: 
2
Publication Date: 
1822
Other Information: 
Reprint of 1807 edition
Scots

The National Library of Scotland has a first edition copy of The Soldier's Return ... (1807).

Tyneside Songs and Drolleries. Readings and Temperance Songs 1890 Joseph Wilson Author Thomas Allan, George Allan Geordie (Tyneside) HathiTrust
Love Letters to my Wife 1789 James Woodhouse Author James Woodhouse
Norbury Park, A Poem; With Several Others, Written on Various Occasions 1803 James Woodhouse Author Watts & Bridgewater Google Books
The Life and Poetical Works of James Woodhouse 1896 James Woodhouse Author The Leadenhall Press, Ltd. Rev. Reginald Illingworth Woodhouse Google Books (Vol. 1), Google Books (Vol. 2)

First edition of Woodhouse's work to print the entirety of The Life and Lucubrations of Crispinus Scriblerus

Poems on Sundry Occasions 1764 James Woodhouse Author W. Richardson & S. Clark HathiTrust
Poems on Several Occasions 1766 James Woodhouse Author Robert & James Dodsley 2 Lord Lyttleton "To the whole is prefixed, a List of his Generous Benefactors on the former Publication, and the Subscribers to the present Edition" David Hume, Edmund Burke Google Books
Lays from the Poorhouse: Being a collection of temperance and miscellaneous pieces, chiefly Scottish 1860 John Young (1825-1891) Author George Gallie 211 Scots Google Books
Lochlomond side, and other poems 1872 John Young (1825-1891) Author George Gallie 176
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