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Fri Mar 21 17:06:34 2014 UTClccn-nr940085500.00David Macbeth Moir. Stipple engraving by J. C. Armytage after Brodie0.841.00[Commonplace book],17906594David_Macbeth_Moirnr 940085503567283DeltaDelta, 1798-1851Delta 1798-1851 PseudonymMoir, D. M.Moir, D. M. 1798-1851Moir, David Macbeth, 1798-1851lccn-n78092852Galt, John1779-1839lccn-n83204918Ferrier, Susan1782-1854lccn-n50027696Douglas, George1856-1935lccn-n79066598Wilson, John1785-1854lccn-no95032306Scott, Michael1789-1835lccn-n90636074Hamilton, Thomas1789-1842lccn-n82094414Aird, Thomas1802-1876edtlccn-no2009091547Needler, G. H.(George Henry)1866-1962lccn-n80067117Cruikshank, George1792-1878illlccn-n88125011Jerdan, William1782-1869Moir, D. M.(David Macbeth)1798-1851FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryBiographyAlcoholismMoir, D. M.--(David Macbeth),Drinking of alcoholic beveragesGalt, John,English poetryWilson, John,Hamilton, Thomas,Scott, Michael,Scotland--DalkeithTailorsFerrier, Susan,ScotlandAuthors, ScottishChapbooks, ScottishMedicine, AncientManners and customsHemans,--Mrs.,CholeraAlcoholism--TreatmentAlcoholicsScotland--InvereskAntiquitiesEnglish literatureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Historical fictionWomen authorsScott, Walter,Blackwood, William,Elegiac poetry, EnglishGalt, JohnHeber, Reginald,PhysiciansSentimentalism in literatureAcrosticsMale authors, EnglishSwain, Charles,Religious poetry, EnglishLiteratureByron, George Gordon Byron,--Baron,Great Britain179818511819182418251826182718281829183018311832183318351836183818391840184118421843184418451846184718491850185118521853185618571860186818711872187718791894189518961897189819001902190419051907191119121913191919311935193719411955199219942009201020121504158338821.8PR5029.M532267ocn005840830book18280.81Moir, D. MThe life of Mansie Wauch : tailor in DalkeithBiographyFictionHistory of the childhood, schooling and later life of a hardworking man, and of the prentices, councillors and provost+-+966322806632415612ocn830967658file18240.88Moir, D. MThe legend of Genevieve with other tales and poems7713ocn005766828book18510.90Moir, D. MSketches of the poetical literature of the past half-century in six lecturesCriticism, interpretation, etc637ocn003380865book18520.86Moir, D. MThe poetical works of David Macbeth Moir616ocn009499036book18520.88Moir, D. MSketches of the poetical literature of the past half-centuryCriticism, interpretation, etc5711ocn011610457book18430.93Moir, D. MDomestic verses526ocn002228925book18310.92Picken, AndrewThe club-book: being original tales502ocn001737926book18360.92HemansPoetical remains of the late Mrs. Hemans486ocn014853399book18310.92Moir, D. MOutlines of the ancient history of medicine; being a view of the progress of the healing art among the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and ArabiansHistory373ocn011191630book18280.93Moir, D. MThe life of Mansie Wauch, tailor in DalkeithFiction302ocn059536211com19920.94Moir, D. MThe poetical works224ocn007393533book18380.93Macnish, RobertThe modern Pythagorean; a series of tales, essays, and sketches194ocn014832405book18320.81Moir, D. MPractical observations on malignant cholera : as that disease is now exhibiting itself in Scotland134ocn033237579book18600.56Moir, D. MThe Roman antiquities of InvereskHistory121ocn012008201book18290.90Macnish, RobertThe anatomy of drunkenness122ocn022645610com18960.95Moir, D. MConjugal amenities103ocn024345115book18320.66Moir, D. MProofs of the contagion of malignant cholera81ocn225773745book19940.59Moir, D. MThe Poetical Works of David Macbeth Moir : Edited by Thomas Aird: With A Memoir of the Author84ocn013017634book18310.98Moir, D. MThe bridal of Borthwick : a Scottish taleFiction81ocn225773736book19940.59Moir, D. MThe Legend of Genevieve : with other tales and poems. By Delta [i.e. David Macbeth Moir]1765ocn000343975book18970.70Douglas, GeorgeThe 'Blackwood' groupBiography774ocn005123342book19410.93Needler, G. HThe lone shieling; origin and authorship of the Blackwood "Canadian boat-song,"572ocn004377307book18520.86Moir, D. MThe poetical works of David Macbeth Moir11ocn779560974visuDavid Macbeth Moir. Stipple engraving by J. C. Armytage after Brodie11ocn016637359art1907Major David Macbeth Moir, M.D. : [obituary]11ocn702177030mix18251.00Brown, Nathaniel[Commonplace book]Manuscript, in multiple hands, of a collection of serious and sentimental poetry by various authors, including Brown's acquaintances, on such subjects as friendship, nature, sorrow, childhood, religion, and the act of album-keeping. The volume contains a substantial number of poems by George Byron and Sir Walter Scott; other poets include Felicia Hemans, Charles Swain, Reginald Heber, and D. M. Moir. Of the poems written by acquaintances, many authors' names have been masked; and several of these poems have been annotated with the year of the poet's death. The collection also contains two acrostics on the name Jane Hannah Rawle, Bristol; as well as a poem, titled Memory, by Penelope Rawle11ocn779560971visuDavid Macbeth Moir. Mezzotint by G. Faed after Sir J. W. Gordon11ocn067612896book18421.00Moir, D. MArt thou Allan?The collection consists of a song, titled Art Thou Allan?, composed and written by D. Moir (delta); the song is in 6 numbered stanzas, and seems to be about remembering a friend who travelled to America. A note at the end reads: "The above lines have been arranged by Finlay Dun for a hitherto unpublished Gaelic melody. 1842."11ocn030434704book19551.00Nolte, Eugene AThe letters of David Macbeth Moir to William Blackwood and his sons in the National Library of ScotlandRecords and correspondence11ocn779560973visuDavid Macbeth Moir. Line engraving by D. Maclise [A. Croquis]11ocn500596975book1852Aird, ThomasMemoir of David Macbeth MoirBiography11ocn080697422book18971.00Douglas, GeorgeThe 'Backwood' group11ocn779560972visuDavid Macbeth Moir. Line engraving by F. Croll11ocn779779800book1992Pitman, JoyDavid M. Moir : cholera papers01ocn016447462art1907David Macbeth Moir, M.D. Edin. : [obituary]+-+9663228066324+-+9663228066324Fri Mar 21 15:25:35 EDT 2014batch19324