Poetry, Song

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Brown, A, ed. Later Poems of Alexander Anderson ‘Surfaceman’, Glasgow, 1912.

Brown, J. Moffat Musings and Maunderings, being rhymes on local subjects, Glasgow, 1870.

Chambers, R. Popular Rhymes of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1826.

Crichton Writers. Joined-up Writing. An Anthology of Poetry & Prose by Crichton Writers and Wigtown Scribblers, Dumfries, 2005.

Cromek, R H. Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song, with historical and traditional notices relative to the manners and customs of the peasantry, London, 1810.

Denniston, J. The Battle of Craignilder. A Very Ancient Galloway Ballad, Edinburgh, 1832.

Donnan, J. Hameland. The Poems of Jeanie Donnan, Newton Stewart, 1907.

Dumfriesshire Women’s Rural Institute. Dumfriesshire Women’s Rural Institutes’ Song Book, Dumfries, 1910.

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Fraser, G. Poems, Wigtown, 1885.

Gracie, T G. Songs and Rhymes of a Lead Miner, Dumfries, 1921.

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Heughan, J. Writers and Poets of Auchencairn: Joseph Heughan, ed. D Binns, Auchencairn History Society, Monograph Three, Auchencairn, 2004.

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Johnston, W. Memorial Volume of John Hyslop the Postman Poet, Kilmarnock, 1895.

Jeevar, P. Galloway Folk: Poems, London, 2006.

Kennedy, J. Tales, Poems, and Songs, Dumfries, 1843.

Kerr, R. Maggie o’ the Moss and Other Poems, ed. M M’L Harper, Dalbeattie, 1891.

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Lauderdale, J. Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, ed. I F Macleod, Glasgow, 1984.

Main, J. Two Scots Poems, Glasgow, 1783.

Mayne, J. The Siller Gun. A Poem in Four Cantos, with notes and glossary, Gloucester, 1808.

McDowall, W. Poems, Chiefly in the Galloway Dialect, Newton Stewart, 1828.

Macleod, I, ed. John Lauderdale of Kirkinner. Poems chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1796), Old Galloway Papers No. 3, Glasgow, 1984.

Miller, F. The Poets of Dumfriesshire, Glasgow, 1910.

Miller, F. ‘Allan Cunningham’s contributions to Cromek’s “Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song”’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 8 (1920-21).

Miller, F. ‘The Macmath song and ballad MS’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 12 (1924-25).

Miller, F. ‘Old collections of songs and poems’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 16 (1929-30).

Miller, F. Poems from the Carlyle Country: Together with Papers on two of Carlyle’s Early Friends and some Fragments, Glasgow, 1937.

Murray, D, comp. Moments and Memories from the Parish of Kirkmabreck, Newton Stewart, 1991.

Neilson, G. ‘The Maid of Enterkin – poems by Helen Craik and Burnsiana’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 11 (1923-24).

Nicholson, W. Tales in Verse, and Miscellaneous Poems, descriptive of rural life and manners. To which is prefixed a memoir of the author, Edinburgh, 1814.

Nicholson, W. The Collected Poems of William Nicholson, ‘the Bard of Galloway’: collected in a new and modern edition, ed. J Hudson, Wigtown, c.1999.

Niven, L. CreeLines, Dumfries, 2000.

Niven, L. Dragon Song. An Anthology of Writing from Dumfries & Galloway Writers’ Groups, Dumfries, 2001.

Phillips, C. The Threads of Time, Castle Douglas, 2003.

Paulin, D M. Springtime by Loch Ken and Other Poems, Castle Douglas, 1974.

Pow, T. In the Becoming New and Selected Poems, Edinburgh, 2009.

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Robertson, L. Writers & Poets of Auchencairn: Louisa Robertson, ed. D Binns, Auchencairn History Society, Monograph Two, Auchencairn, 2003.

Scott, J K. Galloway Gleanings. Poems and Songs, Castle Douglas, 1889.

Scott, J K. Writers and Poets of Auchencairn: James K. Scott, ed. D Binns, Auchencairn History Society, Monograph One, Auchencairn, 2001.

Shennan, R. Tales, Songs, and Miscellaneous Poems, descriptive of rural scenes and manners: chiefly in the Scottish dialect, Dumfries, 1831.

Sproat, G G B. The Rose o’ Dalma Linn and other Lays o’ Galloway, Castle-Douglas, 1888.

Trotter, J. The Clachan Fair: a Lively Picture of Life in the Glenkens about 1870 in a poem, ed. A Lindsay, Castle-Douglas, 1995.

Urquhart, J. Poems and Songs Dumfries Octo-Centenary 1186-1986, Dumfries, 1986.

Wilson, R, ed. Chuckies fir the Cairn. Poems in Scots and English by Contemporary Dumfries and Galloway Poets, Edinburgh, 2009.