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JAMES MACPHERSON

Works on Ossian and Ossianic Literature

published by David Nutt

WAIFS AND STRAYS OF CELTIC TRADITION.

Inedited Scotch-Gaelic Texts, with accompanying English
Translations and Explanatory Notes. Argyllshire Series.

8vo. Cloth. Net prices.

Vol. II. FOLK AND HERO TALES. Collected, edited

(in Gaelic), and translated by the Rev. D. MACINNES;
with a Study on the Development of the Ossianic Saga and
copious Notes by ALFRED NUTT. 1890. xxiv, 497 pp.
Portrait of Campbell of Islay, and two Illustrations by
E. GRISET.
125. 6d.

[Nearly out of print. The Study forms the first attempt to give a survey of the entire mass of Ossianic literature, and a scientific account of the origin and development of the Ossianic legend. Vol. III. FOLK AND HERO TALES. Collected, edited,

translated, and annotated by the Rev. J. MACDOUGALL; with an

Introduction by ALFRED Nutt. 1891.

XXX, 311 pp. 75. 6d. Vol. IV. THE FIANS; OR, STORIES, POEMS, AND TRA

DITIONS OF FIONN AND HIS WARRIOR BAND. Collected entirely from oral sources by the Rev. J. G. CAMPBELL ; with Introduction and Bibliographical Notes by ALFRED

Nutt. 1891. xxxviii, 292 pp. 75. 6d. Vol. V. POPULAR TALES AND TRADITIONS.

Collected in the Western Highlands by the late Rev. J. G. CAMPBELL of Tiree; with Portrait and Memoir of the Author, and Illustrations by E. GRISET. 8vo. 1895. XX, 150 pp. 5s.

(Nearly out of print. These volumes form the fullest and most valuable collection of Scotch-Gaelic traditional lore save Campbell of Islay's Popular Tales." OSSIAN AND THE OSSIANIC LITERATURE. By

ALFRED NUTT. (Popular Studies, No. 3.) 16mo. 6d. net; 7d. post free.

The only brief account in print of the genuine Ossianic literature.

AN EPISODE IN LITERATURE

BY

J. S. SMART

LONDON
DAVID NUTT, LONG ACRE

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