Wilson refers to Stott in "The Poet's Corner"
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Wilson refers to Procter in "The Poet's Corner"
Bourne is referred to in Floyd's poem, "Cherub and the Poetess" (Lays of Lapstone)
Matthew Tate wrote a tribute poem to Horsley
Laidlaw was described in Hogg's memoir
Burns transcribed Glover's song "O’er the muir among the Heather" directly from a performance and published it with music to a different tune in Scots Musical Museum (1792)
Patrick was the model for Wordsworth’s wanderer in "The Excursion"
Cooper’s "life, and to a lesser extend his works, were raided and reconstructed by [Charles] Kingsley for his social-problem novel Alton Locke: Tailor and Poet (1850)." (Sales 2002)