4 edition of poems of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethingtoun, knight. found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1830 ed., which was issued as no. 4 of Maitland Club. Publications.
|Series||Maitland Club (Series) ;, 4.|
|LC Classifications||PR2304 .M25 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxx, 176 p.|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||77144427|
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Poems for Our Children, Including Mary Had a Little Lamb: Designed for Families, Sabbath Schools, and Infant Schools, Written to Inculcate Moral Truths and Virtuous Sentiments (reprint of collection (only "part first" published), with added preface; Boston: R. W. Hale, ), by Sarah Josepha Buell Hale, contrib. by Richard Walden Hale ?type=lcsubc&key=Children's poetry. Title: [Volume II only] Ancient Scotish Poems, Never Before in Print. But Now Published from the Ms. Collections of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethington, Knight, Lord Privy Seal of Scotland, and a Senator of the College of Justice. Author Name: Categories: Category Available, test2, Edition: First Edition
CONTENTS. Page. I. — Title-pageandContents. IIListoftheMembers,Decembeb, .. 5 III. — CatalogueoftheWorksprintedfortheMaitlandClub, I Ancient Scotish Poems, Never Before in Print. But Now Published from the MS. Collections of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethington, Knight. Lord Privy Seal of Scotland, and a Senator of the College of Justice. Comprising Pieces Written from About Till With Large Notes, and a Glossary. 2 vols. London: Charles Dilly,
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With an appendix of selections from the poems of Sir John Maitland, Lord Thirlestane, and of Thomas :// Full text of "The poems of Sir Richard Maitland With an appendix of selections from the poems of Sir John Maitland Lord Thirlestane, and of Thomas Maitland" See other formats Maitland Club > Poems of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethingtoun, Knight (5) ‹‹‹ prev (4) (6) next ››› Download files Complete book: B&W composite text file (pdf, kb) Colour composite text file (pdf, kb) Individual page: XML text file (xml, 1kb) Medium image file (px) (jpg, 14kb) v the poems of sirrichardmaitland, oflethingtoun,knight.
withanappendixofselections fromthepoemsof sirjohnmaitlandlordthirlestane,andofthomasmaitland The historical writings of Sir Richard Maitland were the productions of an earlier period than his poems. The principal historical work of Sir Richard that has come down to us, is "The Historie and Cronicle of the Hous and Surename of Seytoun, to the moneth of November, in the yeir of God, Jm.
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Date published: Publications by Scottish clubs > Maitland Club > No. 4, - Poems of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethingtoun, Knight MAITLAND, SIR JOHN, a distinguished statesman, the first Lord Maitland of Thirlestane, second son of Sir Richard Maitland, the poet, and younger brother of the preceding, was born in After being educated at home by his father, he was sent, as was the custom in those days, to France, where he studied the :// Ancient Scottish poems, never before in print.
But now published from the Ms. collections of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethington, knight by Pinkerton, John, ; Pepys Library. Mss; Maitland, Richard, (Sir Ancient Scottish poems, (London: C. Dilley; [etc., etc.], ), by John Pinkerton, Richard Maitland, and Pepys Library.
Manuscript (page images at HathiTrust) Manuscript (page images at HathiTrust) Ballads and other fugitive poetical pieces, chiefly Scotish, from the collections of Sir James Balfour, ?type=lcsubc&key=Humorous poetry. 21 February Charter following from a contract of marriage between his son and heir James Heriot, and Issobellam Maitland, daughter of Richard Maitland of Lethingtoun, by which James Heriot of Trabroun confirms that he has given the lands of Arrois in the lordship of Lauderdale in liferent to Issobellam :// The Maitland Folio (Cambridge, Pepys Library, Magdalene College MS ).
This great miscellany of pages was compiled between and It contains poems by many poets, including a large number written by Sir Richard Maitland () and many others that were written in honor of :// Maitland’s Narrative (Ipswich, ) Maitland, Sir Richard: Poems (Maitland Club, ) Mary, Queen of Scots: Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Documents connected with her Personal History, now first published (ed.
Agnes Strickland, 3 vols, London, –3) Mary Maitland (see#), daughter of Sir Richard Maitland of Thirlestane and Lethington andMariota Cranstoun, 25 Jun ; d. 14 Nov Haltoun House, Ratho, Midlothian,Scotland. Children of Sir Alexander 14 Lauder of Haltoun and MaryMaitland (see #) were: d 13 Lauder ofHaltoun.
Marie Maitland (d. ) was one of the four daughters of Sir Richard Maitland of Lethington, and thus part of a family of influential administrators and statesmen. Her father was a judge and privy counsellor and her brothers rose to positions of distinction in the mid to late sixteenth century: William was secretary to Mary Queen of Scots and It contains the most complete collection of the poems of Sir Richard Maitland, judge, privy counsellor, and Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland under Mary Queen of Scots, together with poems attributed to Maitland's heir, John Maitland of Thirlestane, Chancellor to James VI, and to leading writers and intellectuals, including the king himself POEMS OF SIR RICHARD MAITLAND of Lethingtoun, Knight.
With an Appendix of Selections from the Poems of Sir John M.\it- land, Lord Thirlestane, and of Thomas Maitland. B 10 CATALOGUE OF THE Printed at Glasgow, Quarto, pp. ; Preface, pp. Ixx; plate, View of Lethingtoun, facing the Title; a Fac-simile, p. 1, and another at p.
MAITLAND, Sir RICHARD, Lord Lethington (–), poet, lawyer, and collector of early Scottish poetry, was descended from an Anglo-Norman family, the earliest recorded ancestor being Thomas de Matalant or Matalan, who settled in Berwickshire in the reign of William the Lion (–).
The ancestral keep of Thirlestane was the ,_Richard_()_(DNB00).Sir Richard Burton, Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah, Doverp.
He talks of her abroad as a stern and rigid master dealing with a naughty slave, though, by the look that accompanies his rhodomontade, I am convinced that at home he is the very model of "managed men.";Samuel Butler,The Way of All Flesh, ch Poems attributed to Maitland will be found in the following collections: Sir Richard Maitland of Lethingtoun’s Manuscript Collection of Poems, –86, in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge, Fol.
MS., p. ; Ancient Scottish Poems never before in print, but now published from the MS. Collections of Sir Richard Maitland, ed