The Life of Sir Walter Scott

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Bibliography

1. Manuscript Sources
MS. BeineckeThe James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Letters from James Cochrane to Sir Egerton Brydges: OSB MS File 3446 Letters from Allan Cunningham to Joseph and Elizabeth Bordwine: OSB MS File 17160 Letters from Allan Cunningham to John Macrone: OSB MS Files 17156–17159 Letters from John Macrone to Sir Egerton Brydges: OSB MS Files 9466–9473
MS. GuelphSpecial Collections, The University of Guelph, Ontario John Macrone, The Life of Sir Walter Scott: XR1 MS A277053
MS. HoughtonHoughton Library, Harvard University Letters from James Cochrane to Sir Egerton Brydges: Eng 1006, 102–109
MS. HuntingtonThe Huntington Library, Pasadena Letters from Harrison Ainsworth to John Macrone: AI 68 (8 March 1836), AI 73 (undated)

The letters from T. C. Hansard, John Irvine, and John Strang to Macrone, and from T. E. Callander and Guy McCrone to William J. Carlton, at the Charles Dickens Museum in London, are uncatalogued.


2. Printed Sources

Adams, Eric (1973), Francis Danby: Varieties of Poetic Landscape, New Haven, CT: Yale Univerity Press

Allan, George, and William Weir (1834), Life of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, Edinburgh: Thomas Ireland, Junior

Anonymous (1829), ‘Abbotsford described, by a distinguished American’, in The

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