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The Stirling/South Carolina Research Edition of The Collected Works of James Hogg: Contributions to Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol. 1: 1817–1828
The Stirling / South Carolina Research Edition of The Collected Works of James Hogg
Contributions to Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine for 1817–1828
April 1817–March 1818 (Volumes 1–2)
Tales and Anecdotes of the Pastoral Life. No. I
Verses: Recited by the Author on the Day that the News Arrived of our final Victory over the French
Tales and Anecdotes of the Pastoral Life. No. II
Shakspeare Club of Alloa
A Last Adieu
Tales and Anecdotes of the Pastoral Life. No. III
Translation of an Ancient Chaldee Manuscript: Supposed to have been written by Daniel [Manuscript Version]
Translation from an Ancient Chaldee Manuscript [BEM version]
A Letter to Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq. On his Original Mode of Editing Church History
A Hebrew Melody
The Ettrick Shepherd not the Author of the Poetic Mirror
New Poetic Mirror
Hamatory Verses to a Cow
To the Whore of Babylon
Further Anecdotes of the Shepherd's Dog
April 1818–March 1819 (Volumes 3–4)
Sonnet to John Carnegie, Esq.
On Carmel's Brow: A Hebrew Melody
Letter from James Hogg to Timothy Tickler Esq.
April 1819–March 1820 (Volumes 5–6)
Letter from the Ettrick Shepherd
April 1820–December 1821 (Volumes 7–10)
Account of a Coronation-Dinner at Edinburgh
January–December 1822 (Volumes 11–12)
The Women Folk
January–December 1823 (Volumes 13–14)
The Honble Captain Napier and Ettrick Forest [Manuscript Version]
Honourable Captain Napier and Ettrick Forest [BEM version]
When the Kye Comes Hame
A Scots Mummy
January–December 1824 (Volumes 15–16)
The Left-Handed Fiddler
Examination of the School of Southside
January–December 1825 (Volumes 17–18)
Correspondence Between Mr James Hogg and Lord Byron
Hymn to the Devil
If E'er You Would Be a Brave Fellow
The Laird o' Lamington
Some Passages in the Life of Colonel Cloud
There's Nought Sae Sweet
The Brakens Wi' Me
January–December 1826 (Volumes 19–20)
Songs for the Duke of Buccleuch's Birth Day
Wat o' Buccleuch
The Great Muckle Village of Balmaquhapple
Meg o' Marley
My Bonny Mary
O Weel Befa' the Maiden Gay
A Pastoral Love Scene
Scene Fourth A Churchyard
Scene Fifth A Cottage
Scene A Grave–Haymakers in the Distance
Dramas of Simple Life. No. II
Scene A Farmer's Kitchen. Enter the Goodwife among a number of ewemilkers.
Scene 2d Sandy solus looking at the sun and then down a wild glen
Scene The Kitchen. Ewemilkers standing at table laughing. & then enter the Goodwife
Scene The Gloaming. A Wild Glen. Sandy solus
Scene A Farm House at Break of Day. Enter Robert the ewe-herd who looks up to the left and calls out
Scene A Hay Field Mary and Ann
Scene A Farmer's Parlour The Goodman and Rob
Scene A Wood. Mary crying over a long letter. Enter the Goodwife behind the bush peeping over and listening.
Scene A Farmer's Parlour (Goodman Robert)
Scene A Hay Mow Darkness
Scene A Farmer's kitchen As Before (Enter the Goodman and Annie meeting)
I Lookit East—I Lookit West
There's Some Souls 'ill Yammer and Cheep
January–December 1827 (Volumes 21–22)
Ode for Music On the Death of Lord Byron
Hogg on Women!!!
The Marvellous Doctor
Ane Pastoral of the Rocke
January–December 1828 (Volumes 23–24)
Trials of Temper
I'll No Wake Wi' Annie
In Embro Town
Good Night and Joy Be Wi' You A'
A Strange Secret
Songs for the Baloon!!!
Verses to the Comet in 1811
The Stuarts o' Appin
John Nicholson's Daughter
Chaldee Manuscript 'Continuation'
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