2 edition of Outlines of Edinburgh, and other poems ... found in the catalog.
Outlines of Edinburgh, and other poems ...
Thomas Haynes Bayly
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|Pagination||, 97 p.|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Bayly, Thomas Haynes, Outlines of Edinburgh, and other poems London: Printed by J. Barfield for W. Anderson, OCLC And other poems. book Notes: Preliminaries omitted. Transcribed from: Bayly, Thomas Haynes, Outlines of Edinburgh, and other poems.
London: W. Anderson. He was an editor at The Scotsmaneditor of The Edinburgh Magazine for a year,then an editor at The British Weekly, In this time his interest was sparked in the myth and folklore of James Lewis Thomas Chalmers Spence was a Scottish journalist, poet, author, folklorist and student of the occult/5.
Contains a Preface (i-xvi), a list of contents (xvii-xxiv) and the poems ( pages). There follow a series of appendices, including a topographical description of the country of the Lakes. Condition: The leather is a rubbed and worn, and there is some damage to the top of the spine and also some cracking of Outlines of Edinburgh spine away from the boards.
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