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Lanet edition of the Poet's life and works is to be attempted. To one has a better title to undertake, and few Lambetta qualifications for performing the task than the Ba P.H. WADDELL. If enthusiasm for his subject, perior library talent, and the possession of a gifted mind a qualities needed to invest an edition of Burns with fresh interest, it would not be easy to find those Tulitis chined in any individual more markedly than

Mr. FULL... It is characterised by great beauty and picturesqueness of style. It will be one of the most beautifub editions of “BURNS” that have yet been sei-An ADTEETISER, April 25, 1867.

Tuz Pitor so far has done his work well. Burys finds is lin i stoongenial biographer and exponent. His reception d the Poet as a man, and of the products Es muze, B incomparably truer than that of the herd of azping its sto bave dwelt ad nauseam on the faults of the one, ai lortbar worst to exaggerate the blots upon the other.-DEN STANDARD, April 24, 1867. Bez tas not read been presented biographically as the

And certainly, if the time has come for the apothesis, it would be folly to deny Mr. WADDELL'S title to be High Priest of the ceremonial.

Mr. Waddau bas qualifications for his design such as few biocrapben ter posessed. for no Scotsinan, and probably do man living, has so thoroughly, so earnestly, so devotional sturated himself with the Poet's sentiments and artros.

We shall expect to find the volume,
Then wolte, in etery respect the crowning edition of
Bussi-DOURLS HERALD, Jay 3, 1867.
Tarta part of the long announced edition of the works

Er is inued, and is in every way worthy of the high estaticos formed of it. The editor is the Rev. P. Lirer WADDELL .. . and he prefaces the part with an

at bography. webplare, &c., are among the best of the kind we have

The coloured plates of Bunxa's CARLISLE EXAMINER, May 4, 1867. Yu WADDELL is already pretty well known as a writer the Genius and Works of Burss, an essay from his pen tates mbject being almost as highly

regarded by many as the data on " Burxs” in CARLYLE'S "Heroes and Hero Wat is admired by nearly all the literary world. les from the instalment of this biography

given in the bet art, t will be a valuable addition to what has been tët the genius of the Scotttsh poet.-NORTHERN Lires : Newcastle: April 29, 1867, Te Editor brings to his subject a generous spirit and

pretative intellect, and the facts of the author's life and contemporary incidents are treated with judgment tad esatu-BOLTON GUARDIAN, April 27, 1867.

NOTE ss have been the lives of Robert Burns-although the genius of Christophe North and Thomas CAELILI has come to the elucidation of his strange career, De too have studied the inner life of the Poet, and seen

e leef bet profound prelections of one man, who above these comprehends his complex nature, felt that there ma for something higher and better. And we have flere, at will have it when this work is completed. Mr. AODELL has come to his great and self-imposed task

pemarkable qualifications. The work and the take command our hearty admiration. To Scotchmen

England, and to all who love Burxs, this new and
Pendid edition will be a lasting treasure.- MIDDLESBRO'
TDGING by what is before us, this edition of BURNS
hises to be worthy of the Poet.-MANCHESTER CITY
Pirs, May 11, 1867.

It may seem a superfluous undertaking for any one to do over again what has already been done so well; but we feel sure that such critics as are disposed to take this view of the matter have only to look into the sinall specimen of Mr. WADDELL's handicraft, that has as yet been issued, in order to find sufficient grounds to warrant the publication of a new edition, and more particularly to justify the composition of a new life of the Poet.-PEONE'S JOURNAL: Dundee : May 11, 1867.

The first part of this superb edition of Burys was issued some weeks ago. The Editor's name has been intimately associated with that of our great Poet. Both from his well-known reputation as an earnest, liberal, and independent thinker, and as an eloquent writer Mr. WADDELL is of all men that could be named the most thoroughly qualified to undertake the task of editor and biographer of Burns. The most beautiful and in all respects the most perfect edition of the Life and Works of Burss that has yet been published.-ELGIN COURIER, Jay 10, 1867.

Tus "Spiritual Biography” is far out of the beaten track, and is marked by repressed enthusiasm, as if the writer were tracing the life of a prophet, and more than a prophet. We shall have here a unique edition of the Works of BURNS.-PERTHSHIRE ADVERTISER, May 2, 1567.

It will be among the best editions of the Poet's works ever published.-STIRLING JOURNAL, May 3, 1857.

Mr. Waddell's life of Burns is certain to take a foremost place among the numerous biographies of the Poet.--STIRLING OBSERVER, May 2, 1867.

The publisher of this edition of Burss has been fortunate in finding an editor so well fitted, by long and loving study of his subject, to do justice to the work he has undertaken. -HAMILTON ADVERTISER, Jay 4, 1867.

The Rev. Mr. WADDELL brings not only cultivated tastes, but an intense admiration of the Poet to the discharge of his editorial duties. . To Scotchmen all over the globe, we doubt not this superb edition will be peculiarly acceptable.--PAISLEY & RENFREWSHINE GAZETTE, May 4, 1867.

IT was with the utmost pleasure we hailed the announcement that Mr. WADDELL was engaged in a work for which he was so eminently fitted; and we have good reason to expect that it will prove the edition of the works of the immnortal Bard. We expect for this edition an unprecedented sale in every quarter where the name of Brass is known.-GREENOCK HERALD, May 1, 1867.

PROMISES to be, when complete, one of the most beautiful editions yet issued of the poems of our National Bard. Rev. P. HATELY WADDELL is one of our great Bard's most enthusiastic admirers, and we have no doubt but that he will acquit himself satisfactorily and creditably in the task which has been undertaken by him.--DUMBARTOS HERALD, Jay 6, 1867.

The Rev. Editor has performed his task, so far as we have seen, with great ability and taste.

The poems given so far

appear to present a corrected text, which is much required, for Burns' poems have often suffered in the printing,

We are sure it will be highly popular, not only in Scotland, but wherever poetry that appeals to the heart is read and admired.-'DERRY SENTINEL, April 26, 1867.

The edition now on our table promises to excel its predecessors in the excellence of its typography, the fulness and accuracy of its information, the enlightened “system of commentary, both critical and moral," of its notes. One of the most beautiful and attractive books which has issued from the press.-AIRDRIE ADVERTISER, Hay 4, 1867.

THE Rev. P. H. WADDELL edits the work, which he prefaces with a few observations to the reader on the pronunciation of Scottish words, which frequently sound so awkward on Southern tongues, The volume, when finished, will form a most attractive gallery of fine arts.- North OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER: Newcastle: April 27, 1867.

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