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NEW EDITION, ORIGINAL PORTRAIT OF ROBERT BURNS.
WITH INTRODUCTIONS AND NOTES
BY THE AUTHOR.
ROB ROY, Vol. I, forming Vol. VII. of this
Edition, has just been published, price 5s. A GENUINE AND ORIGINAL PORTRAIT
Vol. II., being the Completion of this
Novel, (Vol. VIII. of the Edition,) will appear on the 1st of January. ROBERT BURNS,
WAVERLEY, GUY MANNERING, and The
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IX. of the New Edition) will appear on the 1st of February, 1830.
The Publishers have the satisfaction of announcing that this BY MR JOHN HORSBURGH.
volume is illustrated with designs by Wilkie. Size of the Print, 7} by 9 inches.
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stage of its progress attained a degree of success unprecedented in the (The Originals of which lie with the Publishers.)
Annals of Literature, the Proprietors have the pleasure of stating, From Sir Walter Scott, Bart.
that they are in consequence enabled to bring forward DUPLICATE “Jam much gratified by the sight of the Portrait of Robert Burns.
Engravings on Steel, of the whole designs of the respective Artists. I saw that distinguished Poet only once, and that many years since;
This course has been adopted, that erery purchaser may dead en and being a bad marker of likenesses and recollector of faces, I should receiving undoubted good impressions, notwithstanding the very large in any ordinary case, have hesitated to offer my opinion upon the resemblance, especially as I make no pretension to judge of the Fine
Published by CADELL and Co. Edinburgh; and Sold by every Arts. But Burns was so remarkable a man, that his features remain
Bookseller in Great Britain and Ireland. impressed on my mind, 'as if I had seen him only yesterday; and I
As above may be had, could not hesitate to recognise this Portrait as a striking resemblance Nos. V. and VI. of MR SKENE'S SKETCHES, of the Poet, though it had been presented to me amid a whole exhi
in royal 8vo and royal 18mo, price 1s. 6d. and is. each, illustrative bition."
of ROB ROY. Also Nos. I. Lo IV. illustrative of WAVERLEY and From Mrs Burns.
GUY MANNERING, “ I am requested to give my opinion regarding the Portrait of my late husband, painted by Peter Taylor. I was not aware that ano
MEXICO. ther original Portrait had been taken, but the one in my possession by Nasınyth; but after seeing this one, I have no hesitation in sta- In 1 vol. 8vo, with Map and numerous Illustrations, i fis. eing family belief that it is original
. The likeness to the upper part of LIEUTENANT HARDY'S TRAVELS IN THE the face very "
INTERIOR OF MEXICO, in 1826, 7, and 8.
Printed for HENRY COLBURN and RICHARD BENTLEY, London: “ I consider the likeness very faithful. The nose, eyes, and brow, and Sold by Bell and BRADFUTE, 6, Bank Street, Edinburgh; and are particularly well delineated; but the lower part of the face is by all Booksellers. fuller than the Poet's was when I knew him." From Mrs Thomson, Dumfries-- formerly Miss Jess
UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE EXECUTORS
or “ I am quite satisfied that the Picture is a correct, and even stri
MR JEFFERSON. king likeness of Burns. I recognised it in a moment; and I must say it recalls to my mind completely the appearance of the Poet, with
Just published, whom I was intimately acquainted during the latter years of his life.
In two vols. 8vo, 24s. I prefer it greatly to Mr Nasmyth's Portrait. Indeed, there can be no question that it is the better of the two. After Mr Burns got into bad health, he was thinner about the lower part of the face; but still
PRIVATE PAPERS of I am of opinion that the likeness, even in this respect, must have
THOMAS JEFFERSON, been correct at the time it was taken."
Late President of the United States.
THOMAS JEFFERSON RANDOLPH.
Printed for Messrs COLBURN and BENTLEY, London; and Sold " Miss Dunlop was in the habit of seeing the Poet frequently from by Bell and BRADFUTE, 6, Bank Street, Edinburgh. the time of his first publication at Kilmarnock, till the time of his death, and his was not a face to be forgotton. Yet since then, it has
In 1 Vol. not been placed to brightly before her mind's eye,' as on opening LIFE and CORRESPONDENCE of JOHN
LOCKE. By LORD KING.
With Extracts from his Journals and other unpublished MSS., and ell return
you the fine Portrait of Burns, taken from the life, by comprising LETTERS of Lord Shaftesbury, Sir Isaac Newton, the the late Mr Peter Taylor, his early friend. In my opinion, it is the
Earls of Sunderland, Pembroke, Monmouth, Peterborough, &c. &c. most striking likeness of the great Poet I have ever seen; and I say
“ A valuable addition to what is already known respecting a man this with the more confidence, having a perfect recollection of his
of whom England has good reason to be proud."-Times. appearance."
"A work which must ever remain a standard book in English From. Peter Hill, Esq.
celebrated John Locke, just published by Lord "I beg to return to you the Portrait of my old friend Robert King, is one of the most important additions ever made to our paBurns, and feel much pleasure in having seen it. In the opinion of tional literature. The Journal, the Common-Place Book, and the both Mrs Hill and myself, the picture bears a strong resemblance to inedited Writings of the illustrious Philosopher, which have descendthe Poet, such as he was when he first visited Edinburgh.”
ed to Lord King as a branch of the Family, are invaluable." From David Bridges, Esq.
Globe. “ In reference to the Portrait of Burns, I beg to mention, that my Burlington Street, London; and sold by Bell and BRADFUTE, 6,
Printed for Henry COLBURN and RICHARD BENTLEY, S, New acquaintance with the Poet was limited to the last four years of his life. This Picture was painted in 1786, when Burns was in full
Bank Street, Edinburgh; and by all Booksellers. vigour : but, in my opinion, it exhibits a strong likeness of him in his quiet moments, and unquestionably is the best Portrait of Burns I have ever seen."
Edinburgh: Published for the Proprietors, every Saturday Moming,
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Sold also by ROBERTSON & ATKINSOX, Glasgow; W. Crkey, “ You desire me to give my opinion of the Portrait of Burns you jun. & Co., Dublin; HURST, CHANCE, & Co. Londan; and by some time ago sent to me. I think it extremely like him, and that all Newsmen, Postmasters, and Clerks of the Road, throughout there can be no doubt about its authenticity. The first time I saw the United Kingdom. Burns, was shortly after he wrote the letter to my father, printed in Dr Currie's edition of his workshe was then older-looking than his
Price 6d. or Stamped, and sent free by post, 104. age, and handsomne."
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