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1886. Illustrated with sixty etchings and wood cuts, maps and facsimiles. A radical departure from the previous arrangements in the other volumes has been taken with one: The Poet's Correspondence with Clarinda and with George Thomson has been lifted entirely out of the chronological sequence of his works, and are herein treated as distinct episodes, rounded and complete in themselves; added to these is his Remarks on Scottish Ballads and Songs, his two Commonplace Books and the record of the Glenriddell MSS. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.