James Grahame

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Rev James Grahame (22 April 1765 – 14 September 1811) was a Scottish poet. His best-known poem, ''The Sabbath'', combines devotional feeling with vivid description of Scottish scenery. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Grahame, James
Published 1817
Printed for A. Constable

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by Grahame, James
Published 1814
Printed for A. Black

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by Grahame, James
Published 1817
Printed for A. Constable

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by Grahame, James
Published 1806
Printed for William Blackwood and Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme by J. Pillans

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by Grahame, James
Published 1794
printed by J. Neilson, for the author

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by Grahame, James
Published 1795
apud Balfour et Smellie, Facultatis Juridicae Typographos

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by Grahame, James
Published 1842
Smith, Elder and Co

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by Montgomery, James
Published 1810
Prior & Dunning
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by Montgomery, James
Published 1809
Printed for R. Bowyer
Other Authors: '; ...Grahame, James...