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66 LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL,'
“BALLADS, LYRICAL PIECES, AND SONGS.''
WITH the exception of a few poems, this volume con.
tains the complete poetical works of Sir Walter Scott. His
entire poems would form a volume too large for the plan of
the publishers; which was the issue of a complete list, in a
cheap form, of the select poetical works of all the standard
poets. This is one of that series, now nearly completed,
and it is believed the omissions alluded to will not prove
objectionable, as they have added very little, if anything,
to the reputation of the great bard.
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