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POETICAL WORKS

SIR WALTER SCOTT

NOTE BY THE PUBLISHERS.

This edition omits a few short poems, and also some notes and short introductions to the poems, which are the copyright of Messrs. Black, of Edinburgh.

It contains, however, an original critical Biography by Mr. F. T. Palgrave, editor of The Golden Treasury;and also some original introductions and notes from the pen of a gentleman familiar with Scotch literature and scenery.

LONDON:

R. CLAY, SONS, AND TAYLOR, PRINTERS,

BREAD STREET MILL.

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DEDICATION

The first of our living Statesmen is not only remarkable

for the largeness of his political views and his consummate

mastery of details, but for the generous confidence with which

he regards the working classes of his fellow-countrymen, and

for his untiring energy in promoting their welfare.

He

is also known as a lover of the beautiful and the noble

in literature, especially as exhibited in the poetry of the

heroic ages.

A popular edition

of Sir Walter Scott's

Poems has therefore a double right to the sanction of his

name. The writer of the following Memoir avails himself of

the privilege which has been accorded him, and with senti

ments of the deepest admiration and respect, dedicates this

book to Mr. Gladstone,

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