James Macpherson

James Macpherson (Gaelic: ''Seumas MacMhuirich'' or ''Seumas Mac a' Phearsain''; 27 October 1736 – 17 February 1796) was a Scottish writer, poet, literary collector, and politician. He is known for the Ossian cycle of epic poems, which he claimed to have discovered and translated from Gaelic. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Macpherson, James
Published 1779
Printed for T. Cadell

15
by Macpherson, James
Published 1788
printed for Ioh. Dan. Gotth. Brose

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by Macpherson, James
Published 1792
[printed for G. Mudie, J. Elder, T. Brown, A. Guthrie, J. Hunter [and 5 others in Edinburgh, 1 in Leith, 1 in Stirling]

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by Macpherson, James
Published 1769
printed by J. Robertson. And sold by T. Caddel [sic], London; and J. Dickson, Edinburgh