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Hope, John. A letter to James Abercromby, M.P. Edinburgh: Wm. Blackwood, 1822. 31 p. 2. ed. 8°. AN (Borthwick), p.v.1, no.4

Lucius, pseud. A letter to John Hope, advocate, containing strictures on his letter to James Abercromby, M.P. Edinburgh: J. L. Huie, 1822. 24 p. 3. ed. 8°. *C p.v.624 and 477

To the Public. [Petition soliciting subscriptions on behalf of William Murray Borthwick. [Edinburgh, 1825. 3 p. 8°. AN (Borthwick) p.v.1

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Boswell. (Blackwood's magazine. Edinburgh, 1909. 8°. v. 185, p. 233-251.) * DA Boswell's letters. (Irish metropolitan magazine. Dublin, 1857. 8°. v. 1, p. 576597.) *DE

Brown, John T. T. The youth and early manhood of James Boswell. (Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow. Proceedings. Glasgow, 1910. 8°. v. 41, p. 219-245.) EC A brief for BosNew York, 1905. * DA Filon, Augustin. Boswell's love story. (Fortnightly review. London, 1906. 8°. new series, v. 80, p. 487-495.) * DA

Caldwell, Joshua W. well. (Sewanee review. 8°. v. 13, p. 336-351.)

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Gribble, Francis. Boswell's Dutch flirtation. (Nineteenth century and after. London, 1912. 8°. v. 72, p. 942-952.) * DA Henderson, James S. James Boswell and his practice at the bar. (Juridical review. Edinburgh, 1905. 8°. v. 17, p. 105115.)

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Hill, George Birkbeck. The centenary of Boswell. (Macmillan's magazine. London, 1891. 8°. v. 64, p. 37-43.) * DA Houghton (1. baron), Richard Monckton Milnes. Boswelliana. 27 p. (Philobiblion Society. Miscellania. London, 1856. 8°. v. 2.) * GAA

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Leask, William Keith. James Boswell. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons [1897]. 160 p. 12°. (Famous Scots series.) AN

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* DA Rogers, Charles. Memoir of James Boswell. (In: James Boswell, Boswelliana. The commonplace book of James Boswell London, 1876. 8°. p. 1-200.) AN Sillard, P. A. The prince of biographers. (Atlantic monthly Boston, 1901. 8°. 88, p. 213-221.)

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AN Based on A. Petricks Zur Geschichte des Graffen Bothwell, St. Petersburg, 1874.

Ellis, R. S. An account of the later years of James Hepburn, earl of Bothwell: his imprisonment and death in Denmark, and the disinterment of his presumed remains. (Society of Antiquaries of London. Archæologia. London, 1860. 4°. v. 38, p. 308321.) † CA

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Schiern, Frederik Eginhard Amadeus. James Hepburn, Jarl af Bothwell, hans Anholdelse i Norge og Fængselsliv i Danmark. Et historisk Undersøgelse. (Historisk Tidsskrift. Kjøbenhavn, 1860-63. 8°. GEA series 3, v. 2, p. 413-712.)

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BRUCE, OF TILLYCOULTRY Cunninghame, John. Letter to the Right Honourable Ilay Campbell, lord president of the Court of Session. [By John Cunninghame. London: printed for the author, 1805. 51(1) p. 8°. AGH p.v.7

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Begbie, Patrick. Letters...concerning the discovery of the silver box containing the heart of Edward, Lord Bruce of Kinloss. 2 p.1. (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Archæologia Scotica. Edinburgh, 1822. 4°. v. 2, p. 116-128.) † CPA

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Head, Sir Francis Bond. The life of Bruce, the African traveller. London: John Murray, 1830. viii, 535 p., 1 map. 16°. AN

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St. John, James Augustus. James Bruce. (In his: Lives of celebrated travellers. New York, 1839. 24°. v. 2, p. 233-301.)

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See also under HISTORY, 1286-1314 Bradley, Edward. The brooch of Bruce. By Cuthbert Bede [pseud. of Edward Bradley. 1 illus. (Gentleman's magazine. London, 1866. 8°. v. 200, p. 324-329.) * DA Reprinted in Every Saturday, v. 1, p. 346-348, Boston, 1866.

Graham, William. Robert Bruce and John Knox. By a parish minister i. e., Rev. W. Grahamj. Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1873. 32 p. 8°.

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BRUNTON, MARY, NOVELIST

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BUCHANAN, REV. CLAUDIUS Pearson, Hugh Nicholas. Memoirs of the life and writings of Rev. Claudius Buchanan. Oxford: University Press, 1817. 2 v. 8°.

London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1819. 2 v. 3. ed. 8°. AN London: R. B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1834. xv, 43711, p. 4. ed. abridged. 16°. AN

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C., J. T. Some remarks on the literary character of George Buchanan. (The Bee. Edinburgh, 1791. 16°. v. 5, p. 230-239, 316322.)

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Davidson, J. Morrison. Scotia rediviva. Home rule for Scotland. With lives of Sir William Wallace, George Buchanan, Fletcher of Saltoun, and Thomas Spence. London: Wm. Reeves, n.d. 113 p., 3 1. 12°. CP

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