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“ HIGH CHIEF of Scottish song!
IN EIGHT VOLUMES.
COCHRANE AND-M CRONE,
11, WATERLOO PLACE.
11, WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL MALL, June, 1834.
Preparing for publication, in three parts, each part containing five beautifully engraved vignettes, price 2s. 6d.
THE LANDSCAPE ILLUSTRATIONS
TO ALL EDITIONS
R O B E RT BURNS,
FROM THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS TAKEN BY
MR. D. O. HILL,
ALLAN CUNNINGHAM'S EDITION
THIS GREAT NATIONAL POET'S WORKS.
It is intended, by publishing these Illustrations in a separate form, to give every admirer of BURNS an opportunity of possessing, at a reasonable rate, fac-similes of the scenes rendered classic by his pen, in sizes suitable alike for the Port-feuille, the Album, or to bind up with every published edition of hisWorks.For these purposes, sets will be published in folio, in quarto, and medium octavo, with letter-press descriptions of the localities, from the pen of Mr. Cunningham; together with the song or poem which each landscape illustrates.
Landscape Illustrations of the Works of Burns.
PORTRAIT of BURNS—from the original and only
THE BIRTH-PLACE of BURNS-painted by the late
THE BRAES of BALLOCHMYLE. W. J. Cooke.
Song— The Lass of Ballochmyle.”
Song_Ye banks and braes of bonuie Doon."
THE FIELD of BANNOCKBURN. .E. Goodall.
Song-"Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled !"
TAYMOUTH CASTLE, Breadalbane ..R. Brandard.
Illustration—" Admiring Nature in her wildest grace.”
THE BIRKS of ABERFELDY ..R. Brandard.
Song>“ The Birks of Aberfeldy."
Fragmemt—" To thee, lov'd Nith! thy gladsome plains.”
Song—“ Ye banks and braes and streams around.”
Song—“Go fetch to me a pint o' wine.”
TOWN and HARBOUR of AYR .R. Brandard.
Illustration, The Brigs of Ayr.”