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1807

Christian Observer, Conducted by Members of the Established Church (Boston) 1802-1842, ‘List of New Publications’, Vol. 6, No. 5 (May 1807), 334, ‘The Mountain Bard, consisting of Ballads and Songs, founded on Facts and Legendary Tales; by James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. 8vo 7s 6d boards’

Balance and Columbian Repository
, edited by Harry Croswell, junior (Albany, New York: Harry Crosswell,  1802-1807), ‘Scotia’s Glens. by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 6, No. 44 (3 November 1807), 352 [four verses from The Mountain Bard; consisting of Ballads and Songs, founded on Facts and Legendary Tales  (Edinburgh: Constable; London: Murray, 1807), pp. 177-78]
 

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1810

Lady’s Weekly Miscellany (New York: McCarty and White), ‘The Dead Shot; or, The Long Pack. A Tale by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 10, No. 16 (Saturday 10 February 1810), 241-245, concluded No. 17 (Saturday 17 February 1810), 257-62; ‘From the London Sporting Magazine’ [Derived from earliest known version of this tale which was serialised in The Sporting Magazine: or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, and Every Other Diversion interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprize, and Spirit (London: Printed for the Proprietors by Emilia Rider, Little Britain, and sold by J. Wheable, No. 18 Warwick Square, near St. Paul’s; at William Burrel’s Circulating Library, New Market; and by every Bookseller and Stationer in Great Britain and Ireland) between September to October 1809 as ‘The Dead Shot, A Tale. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vols 34 and 35, nos.204 and 205; 261-264 and 17-21 respectively. For a full discussion of the transimission of the text into Hogg’s Winter Evening Tales, collected among the cottagers in the South of Scotland, 2 vols (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd; London: G. & W. B. Whittaker, 1820), see Ian Duncan’s recent S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002)]
 
The Visitor (Richmond, Virginia: Lynch & Southgate),  11 February 1809 - 18 August 1810, ‘The Dead Shot; or, The Long Pack. A Tale by the Ettrick Shepherd’, 2, Nos 4, 5, 6 and 7 (Saturday 3 March; 10 March; 17 March and concluding on Saturday 24 March 1810), 18-19; 22-3; 26-7 and p. 30 [This reprinting of Hogg’s earliest tale was most likely derived from the first American version in the Lady’s Weekly Miscellany  (see entry above).]

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1814

Literary Register (Philadelphia: John B. Austin), edited by George Booth; 24 July 1813 – 17 December 1814, ‘The Dead Shot; or, The Long Pack. A Tale by the Ettrick Shepherd’ serialised from Saturday 16 April to Saturday 30 April 1814 (Vol. 1, Nos 37, 38 and 39, 292-293, 300-301, and p. 308) [Textual comparison reveals that this version was reprinted from the earliest known version of this tale which was serialised in The Sporting Magazine: or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, and Every Other Diversion interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprize, and Spirit (London: Printed for the Proprietors by Emilia Rider, Little Britain, and sold by J. Wheable, No. 18 Warwick Square, near St. Paul’s; at William Burrel’s Circulating Library, New Market; and by every Bookseller and Stationer in Great Britain and Ireland) between September to October 1809 as ‘The Dead Shot, A Tale. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vols 34 and 35, nos.204 and 205; 261-264 and 17-21 respectively. For a full discussion of the transimission of the text into Hogg’s Winter Evening Tales, collected among the cottagers in the South of Scotland, 2 vols (1820), see Ian Duncan’s recent S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002]
Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813- December 1821, ‘Hogg’s The Queen’s Wake. A Legendary Poem’, Vol. 2 (New Series) February 1814, 104-125 [flagged from The Scotish Review]

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1815

Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813- December 1821, ‘The Hunting of Badlewe, a Dramatic Tale’, flagged ‘from the Scotish Review’, Vol. 5 (New Series), May 1815, 353-367
 
<‘The Pilgrims of the Sun: a Poem. By James Hogg, author of the Queen’s Wake', Vol.6 (New Series, July 1815), 36-46. Flagged, ‘from The Eclectic Review'
 
North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal (Boston) 1815 -, 'The Queen’s Wake; a legendary poem, by James Hogg. Boston, republished by Wells and Lilly, pp. 257', Vol. 2, No. 4 (November 1815), 103-109

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1816

The National Register. A Weekly Paper (Washington City), edited by Joel K. Mead, ‘Football Match’, Vol. 1, No. 6 (6 April, 1816), 94-96. An account of the football match at Carterhaugh in December 1815, with extracts from the songs by Scott and Hogg from The Ettrick Garland; ‘from an English Paper’
Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813- December 1821,extracts ‘from Mador of the Moor, a poem, by James Hogg, author of the Queen’s Wake, Pilgrims of the Sun, &c.’, Vol. 8 (New Series, August 1816), 78-79 [comprises of lines from the second and third Cantos: ‘The rainbow’s lovely in the eastern cloud […] │And shine in virgin bloom, that ever shall remain’ [...]; ‘What art thou, Love? or who may thee define? […] │And angels rung the knell of all-consuming Time!’ Moses Thomas of Philadelphia had recently published the only American version of Mador of the Moor. James Barcus discusses the textual differences between the American and British publications in the Introduction to his recent S/SC Edition of the poem (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univeristy Press, 2005]
The Portico (Baltimore), a review of Mador of the Moor by John Neal, 2 (2 September 1816), 259-60 [not seen; information from David Hill  Radcliffe's website English Poetry 1579-1830: Spencer and Tradition,  located at http://www.englishpoetry.org/]
Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813- December 1821
Mador of the Moor. A Poem, by James Hogg, Vol. 8 (New Series, October 1816), 353-55 [Review, flagged from ‘The Champion’]
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Parterre, a Weekly Magazine, Conducted by a Trio (Philadelphia:Probasco & Justice), June 1816 – June 1817, ‘For the Parterre. Observations on the Queen’s Wake’, Vol.1, No. 19 (9 November 1816), 145-146
Boston Weekly Magazine. Devoted to Polite Literature, Useful Science, Biography, and Dramatic and General Criticism (Boston: Tileston & Parmenter), October1816 - December 1824, ‘Extract from The Queen’s Wake, by James Hogg’, Vol. 1, No. 5 (Saturday evening, 9 November, 1816), 20 [Comprises 26 lines from ‘Dumlanrig: the Sixteenth Bard’s Song’ of The Queen’s Wake (Edinburgh: George Goldie; London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Browne, 1813), ‘What vision lingers on the heath, │ […] In face so lovely, so benign’ from Night Third, ll. 1331-1360 with omission of ll. 1133-36. The first American edition of The Queen’s Wake appeared in 1815 in Baltimore by the publishing firm of Coale and Maxwell and in Boston by the printing firm of Wells and Lilly.]
Parterre, a Weekly Magazine, Conducted by a Trio (Philadelphia: Probasco & Justice), June 1816 – June 1817, ‘For the Parterre. Observations on the Queen’s Wake’, Vol. 1, No. 20 (16 November 1816), 153-54 [continued from No. 19]

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1817

The North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal (Boston), 1815-1821, ‘Books Recently Published: The Forest Minstrel; a selection of songs, adapted to the most favourite Scottish airs. Few of them ever before published, by James Hogg, the Ettrick shepherd, and others. Philadelphia, Matthew Carey, 18 mo. Boston, Wells and Lilly', Vol. 4, No. 11 (January 1817), 288
 
The Ladies’ Weekly Museum, or Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction; Being an Assembly of Whatever Can Interest the Mind, or Exalt the Character of the American Fair (New York: James Oram), 1814 - 1817, ‘The Palmer’s Morning Hymn’; ‘The following exquisite breathings of a pious spirit are taken from a little poem called “Mador of the Moor,” by James Hogg’, Vol. 6, No. 5 (31 May 1817), 77 [from Mador of the Moor (1816), Canto IV, ‘The Palmer’, ll. 199-230. Moses Thomas of Philadelphia had recently reprinted the only American version of the poem. James Barcus discusses the textual differences between the American and British publications in the Introduction to his recent S/SC Edition of the poem (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univeristy Press, 2005)]
 
<Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813 - December 1829, Art. VI, ‘Gypsies’, long piece extracted from a British magazine on traditions surrounding gypsies – prints extract of poem from ‘Hogg’s description’ at the beginning of article, pp. 492-93; and ‘Mr Hogg’s Account of Some Gypsies’ on pp. 500-501, in Vol. 10 (New Series), October 1817, 492-510
 

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1818

Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813 - December 1821, ‘Life and Writings of James Hogg’, Vol.11 (New Series, May 1818), 414-21 [from Constable’s Edinburgh Magazine, Vol 2 (Jan - March 1818]
 
The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘Elegy. By J. Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 3, No. 5 (1 June 1818), 198; ‘from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine’  [from BEM, 2 (October 1817), 47]
‘Intelligence. From the London Magazines for April 1818 [...] “The Brownie of Bodstock", [sic.] and other tales, in prose, by the Ettrick Shepherd, in two vols. duodecimo, will be published next month.’,  Vol. 3, No. 5 (1 June 1818), 200
American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review (New York: H. Biglow and Orville Luther Holley); May 1817 to April 1819, edited by H. Biglow and Orville Luther Holley, ‘The Brownie of Bodsbeck and other tales. By James Hogg,’ by G., Vol. 3 (September 1818), 334-354
 
The North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal (Boston), 1815-1821, ‘New Publications: The Brownie of Bodsbeck, and other Tales, by James Hogg, 1818, New York', Vol. 7, No. 21 (September 1818), 136
Robinson’s Magazine. A Weekly Repository of Original Papers; and Selections from the English Magazines (Baltimore: Joseph Robinson), July 1815 – June 1819
‘Life and Writings of James Hogg, by “Y” ‘, serialised in Vol. I, from No. 18 (14 November 1818), 273-79; No. 19 (21 November 1818), 289-293; No. 20 (November 28 1818), 309-314; No. 21 (5 December 1818), 321-324 and concluded in No. 22 (12 December 1818), 340-344. [Flagged ‘from the Edinburgh Magazine’, see entry for Analectic Magazine above]
The Port Folio (Philadelphia: Harrison Hall), January 1801 - Decemer 1827, ‘Modern Poetry’, a short article on current state of poets and booksellers with Hogg listed among the ‘nine Muses’: ‘The poets themselves have their respective attributes as distinct and settled as those of the nine Muses […] Mr. Hogg, seeing Satan’s invisible world through a Scotch mist’, Vol. 6, No. 6 (December 1818), 444
 

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1819

Robinson’s Magazine. A Weekly Repository of Original Papers; and Selections from the English Magazines (Baltimore: Joseph Robinson), July 1815 – June 1819
‘The Soldier’s Widow. By the Ettrick Shepherd.’ Vol.2, No. 30 (23 January 1819),  64 [from the Edinburgh Evening Courant, 13 March 1815]

North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal (Boston), May 1815 -1821, ‘Hazlitt’s English Poets’, Vol. 8, No. 23 (March 1819); mentions Hogg as one of the ‘omissions among the modern poets […] with all his inequalities’, 282

Philadelphia Register, and National Recorder (Philadelphia: Littell and Henry), 'Popular Tales', Vol. 1, No. 14 (3 April 1819), 236-37. A short piece of literary gossip about the Brownie of Bodsbeck and Old Mortality: 'I saw a letter from Mr Blackwood, the bookseller, refusing to publish Mr Hogg's tales as they then were, not on account of the Brownie of Bodsbeck, which he highly commends, but on account of another larger one that was to precede it, which in his letter he denominates, the Bridal, and of which he earnestly requests a thorough alteration [...].'
 
The Port Folio (Philadelphia: Harrison Hall), January 1801 - December 1827. From 1816, the magazine was owned by Harrison Hall and edited by his brother, John Ewing Hall, ‘Letter to Mr. James Hogg’, Vol. 7 (Fourth Series, May 1819), 376-381. Flagged from Constable’s Edinburgh Magazine; criticism of Hogg’s ‘life and Writing’, by ‘Y’ that was ‘appearing piecemeal in Constable’s Edinburgh Magazine’ [see entry for Robinson’s Magazine, 1818 above]

New Brunswick Courier (New Brunswick: Henry Chubb), 'My Native Isle. "From Hogg's Forest Minstrel", Vol. 9, No. 423 (25 June 1819), unpaginated
 
North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal (Boston), May 1815 -, Art. I. The Queen’s Wake; a legendary Poem by James Hogg. 2. The Pilgrims of the Sun; a Poem by James Hogg, the author of the Queen’s Wake 3. Mador of the Moor; a Poem by James Hogg, the author of the Queen’s Wake, &c. 4. The Brownie of Bodsbeck; and other tales by James Hogg, author of the Queen’s Wake, &c., No. 24 (June 1819), 1-23

The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘The Shepherd’s Calendar. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 5, No. 12 (15 September 1819), 478-486: ‘from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 1819’ [from BEM, 5, April 1819, 75-81]
 
‘Hebrew Melody. by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 6, No. 2 (15 October 1819), 88; ‘from the London Magazines’
[from BEM, 2 (January 1818), 400]
 
‘On Carmel’s Brow. A Hebrew Melody, by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 6, No. 3 (1 November 1819), 126; ‘from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine’
[from BEM, 3 (April 1818), 90]
 
‘Sagacity of the Shepherd’s Dog’, Vol. 6, No. 4 (15 November 1819), 134-40: ‘from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine’ [extracted from ‘Further Anecdotes of the Shepherd’s Dog’, BEM, 2 (March 1818), 621-26]

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1820

The Saturday Magazine: Being in Great Part a Compilation from the British Reviews, Magazines, and Scientific Journals (Philadelphia: Littell & Henry) 1819-June 1822. This magazine began life as the Eclectic Magazine in 1819 and evolved over the years often appearing under a new title. It was published by Eliakim Littell and Norris Henry, and edited by Eliakim Littell, ‘From Foreign Magazines’, small notice: ‘Mr James Hogg, author of the Queen’s Wake, is printing, in two duodecimo volumes, Winter Evening Tales, collected in the South of Scotland’, Vol.3, No. 6 (5 February 1820), 96

The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘I Pity You, Ye Stars So Bright, by the Ettrick Shepherd’; ‘from the Monthly Magazines, Nov. & Dec. 1819’, Vol. 6, No. 10 (15 February 1820), 408  [Sung by ‘James Hogg’ but not attributed to him in ‘The Tent’ issue of BEM, Vol. 5 (September 1819), 731. It is unlikely to be by Hogg]
‘Sonnet, by the Ettrick Shepherd; Addressed to Christopher North, Esq. on receiving the last Number of this Magazine’, Vol. 7, No. 2 (15 April, 1820), 86; ‘from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine’  [reprinted from BEM, 6 (January 1820), 464: Edith Batho thinks this 'of very doubtful authenticity’: see The Ettrick Shepherd (Cambridge, 1927), p. 196]
 
‘The Auld Man’s Farewell to his Wee House. by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 7, No. 7 (1 July 1820), 387-88; ‘from the London Magazines’ [The source of this reprinting is unknown. With the omission of verse 3 and 7, it is closer to revised version of Poetical Works, 4 vols (1822), iv, 231-4 than the earlier version in The Spy, No. 29 (16 March 1811), 231-2]
 
Analectic Magazine, Containing Selections and Foreign Reviews and Magazines, together with Original Miscellaneous Compositions (Philadelphia: Moses Thomas); January 1813 - December 1821, ‘The Wife of Lochmaben’ and ‘Adam Bell’, Vol. 2 (New Series, July 1820), 66 – 80; ‘Winter Evening Tales, collected among the cottagers in the South of Scotland, by James Hogg’ [from Winter Evening Tales, 2 vols (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd; London: G. & W. B. Whittaker, 1820), I, 99-104, and II, 223-31. Rival American editions of WET appeared in New York in 1820. For a full discussion of various American editions of Winter Evening Tales, see Ian Duncan’s recent S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002]
 
The Port Folio (Philadelphia: Harrison Hall), January 1801- December 1827, Discussion of Hogg in a review of Peter’s Letters to his Kinsfolk (Edinburgh, 1819), Vol. 9, No. I (Fourth Series), 9-22 (13-14)

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1821

The Literary and Scientific Repository and Critical Review (New York: Wiley & Halsted), edited by Charles H. Gardner, 1820-22, 'The Jacobite Relics of Scotland, being the Songs, Airs, and Legends of the Adherents to the House of Stuart. Collected and Illustrated by James Hogg, Author of the Queen’s Wake, &c. &c. 8vo pp. 444. Edinburgh 1819', Vol. 1, No. 3 (1 January 1821), 102-112, and ‘Letter from James Hogg to his Reviewer’ flagged ‘from Blackwood’s Ed. Mag.- for Oct. 1820’,  112 (mispaginated)

National Recorder and Saturday Magazine (Philadelphia: Eliakim Littell and R. Norris),  1819 - 21,  ‘From Hogg’s Jacobite Relics:‘The sun rises bright in France’, Vol. 5, No. 19 (12 May 1821,  300 [from Jacobite Relics, Second Series (1821),  157]
 
Literary Gazette: A Journal of Criticism, Science, and the Arts ; succeeded the Analectic Magazine (Philadelphia: James Maxwell), edited by Thomas Isaac Wharton, January 1821 – December 1821, ‘Analecta’, Vol. 1, No. 19 (12 May 1821), 295-299 . Biographical memoir from The Mountain Bard (1821),  flagged 'from The London Literary Gazette'

National Recorder and Saturday Magazine (Philadelphia: Eliakim Littell and R. Norris),  1819 - 21, ‘Lord Nithsdale’s Escape. From a Review in the British Critic of Hogg’s Jacobite Relics’, Vol. 5, No. 23 (9 June 1821), 357-58

The Ladies’ Literary Cabinet (New York: Nathaniel Smith & Co), May  1819 - December 1822, ‘The Mountain Bard’, Vol. 4, No. 8 (New Series), Saturday 30 June 1821, 57-59 [shortened extract from the Literary Gazette: see (Phildadelphia) Literary Gazette entry above]
 
The Port Folio (Philadelphia: Harrison Hall), January 1801 - December 1827, Art. XVIII: ‘The Mountain Bard; Consisting of Legendary Ballads and Tales. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. […] Edinburgh, 1821’, Vol. 12, No. 12 (September 1821), 191-204; criticism of Hogg’s ‘Memoir’, and of Hogg’s works generally

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1822

The Minerva, or Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: containing a variety of Original and Select Articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, The Traveller, The Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, The Graces, Miscellaneous, Poetry, Enigmas, etc (New York: E. Bliss and E. White), edited by George Houston and James G. Brooks; 6 April 1822 – 3 March 1827, Pre-publication notice: ‘In the Press by E. Bliss & E. White, and others, The Three Perils of Man; War Women, and Witchcraft, by James Hogg, Vol. 1, No. 18 (10 August 1822), 141

The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘The Three Perils of Man; or, War, Women, and Witchcraft. A Border Romance. By James Hogg’, Vol. 12  (15 November 1822), 164-165, [Comprises a long extract from The Three Perils of Man; or, War, women, and witchcraft. A Border romance, by James Hogg (London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1822), 3 vols, I, 128-134, with a few very minor alterations and omissions, for example, the last paragraph is a summary of the action of I, 134-135.]

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1823

The Minerva, or Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: containing a variety of Original and Select Articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, The Traveller, The Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, The Graces, Miscellaneous, Poetry, Enigmas, etc (New York: E. Bliss and E. White), edited by George Houston and James G. Brooks; 6 April 1822 – 3 March 1827, Pre-publication notice: ‘The Ettrick Shepherd has a new Romance in Ballantyne’s Press, entitled The Perils of Woman’, Vol. 2, No. 3 (26 April 1823), 23

The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘The Shepherd’s Calendar: Judgments’, Vol. 13 (15 September 1823), 443-445; ‘Blackwood’s Mag.’ [from ‘The Shepherd’s Calendar. Class Second. Deaths, Judgments, and Providences’, in BEM, 13 (June 1823), 629-40]

The National  Pilot (New Haven, Conn.: Sebastian M. Dutton), September 1821 - September 1824, ‘The Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2, No. 99 ( 7 August 1823), [unpaginated], flagged ‘from the Biographical Account of Public Characters of all nations’ [The text is derived from Hogg’s ‘Memoir’ in The Mountain Bard; Consisting of Legendary Ballads and Tales. 3rd edition, greatly enlarged (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd,1821)]
 
Albion. A Journal of News, Politics and Literature (New York), 1822-1826, The Three Perils of Woman; or, Love, Leasing, and Jealousy. A Series of Scottish Tales. – By James Hogg – in 2 vols, New York, Vol. 2, No. 27 (20 December 1823), 212-214; ‘This is the production of an extraordinary man.’
[Comprises a review article interspersed with long extracts from Hogg’s novel.]
 
The Three Perils of Woman; or, Love, Leasing, and Jealousy. A Series of Scottish Tales. – By James Hogg – in 2 vols, New York Vol. 2, No. 28 (27 December 1823), 220 [Conclusion of review article, see entry above]

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1824

The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘A Scots Mummy’, Vol. 1, No. 3 (Second Series, 15 February 1824), 394-396; ‘Blackwood’s Mag.’ [from BEM, 14 (August 1823), 188-90]
 
The Miscellaneous Magazine (Trenton, New Jersey: P. S. Wiggins), edited by P. S. Wiggins; January –December 1824, ‘Escape from Death – At Sea. By James Hogg’, Vol. 1,  Nos 3 and 4 (March and April 1824), 58-60 and 81-83 [An original story that has never been republished.]
 
The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘Dogs. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No. 8 (Second Series, 15 July 1824), 290-296; ‘Blackwood’s Mag.’ [from ‘The Shepherd’s Calendar. Class IV. Dogs’, BEM, 15 (February 1824), 177-83]
 
The Minerva, or Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: containing a variety of Original and Select Articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, The Traveller, The Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, The Graces, Miscellaneous, Poetry, Enigmas, etc (New York: E. Bliss and E. White), edited by George Houston and James G. Brooks; 6 April 1822 – 3 March 1827, ‘Modern Poets’, Vol. 1, N.S., No. 10 (June 1824), 160 [two descriptive lines about Hogg’s poetry: ‘Wilt thou, like Hogg (though tinctured with barbarity)/Tell most delightful tales of fairy isles?’]

Cincinnati Literary Gazette (Cincinnati: John P. Foote), January 1824 – October 1825, ‘Literary Anecdotes. James Hogg’, in Vol. 2, No. 17 (23 October 1824), 132-33 [extracted from Hogg’s ‘Memoir’ in The Mountain Bard (1821)]

The Minerva, or Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: containing a variety of Original and Select Articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, The Traveller, The Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, The Graces, Miscellaneous, Poetry, Enigmas, etc (New York: E. Bliss and E. White), edited by George Houston and James G. Brooks; 6 April 1822 – 3 March 1827, ‘The Mysterious Pack’, Vol. 2, No. 9 (New Series, 4 December 1824), 129-133 [A retitled version of ‘The Long Pack’ from Winter Evening Tales, 2 vols (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd; London: G. & W. B. Whittaker, 1820), I (171-185). Rival American editions of WET appeared in New York in 1820.  For a full discussion of various American editions of Winter Evening Tales, see Ian Duncan’s recent S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002)].

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1825

The Minerva, or Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: containing a variety of Original and Select Articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, The Traveller, The Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, The Graces, Miscellaneous, Poetry, Enigmas, etc (New York: E. Bliss and E. White), edited by George Houston and James G. Brooks; 6 April 1822 – 3 March 1827, ‘Invocation to the Queen of the Fairies’: ‘The Ettrick Shepherd was in his highest inspiration when he wrote these lines’, Vol. 2, No. 15 (New Series, 15 January 1825), 239-40 [from The Literary Souvenir for 1825 (London) 122-126. Some minor textual alterations which include, of this world, l. 67, LS] of the world, l. 67, Minerva; changing, l. 80, LS] charming’, l. 80, Minerva. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American  Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of James Hogg. Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
 
The Cincinnati Literary Gazette (Cincinnati: John P. Foote), 1 January 1824-29 October 1825, ‘from Mador of the Moor’, Vol.3, No. 8 (February 1825),  64
[From Canto II, stanza 6 –7, ll. 46-63 and Canto III, stanzas 1-2 and 4, ll. 1-18 and ll. 28-36. This reprinted version is derived from the Analectic Magazine, Vol. 8 (New Series, August 1816), 78-79, see entry above. Omits stanza 2]
 
The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832, ‘Invocation to the Queen of the Fairies’, Vol. 2, No. 12 (Second Series, 15 March 1825), 477-8 [Reprinted within review article in BEM, 17 (1825), 94-101]
 
‘Review’, Vol. 2, No. 12 [Second Series] (15 March, 1825), 474-482
 
 
The New Jersey Monthly Magazine (Newark, New Jersey) only one issue which appeared in April 1825, ‘Adam Bell’, Vol. I, No. 1 (April 1825), ‘From Hogg’s Winter Evening Tales’, 23-26 [from Winter Evening Tales, 2 vols (1820), I, 99-104. May be derived from the version reprinted in 1820 in the Analectic Magazine, Vol. 2 (New Series, July 1820), 75 – 80 (see entry above)]
 
 Boston Masonic Mirror and Mechanics Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, January 1825 - January 1834
‘The Race of Literature, for 1824’, by Wharton, Vol. I, No. 26  (18 June 1825) [not paginated], poem mentions American and British literary figures, including Byron, Scott, Edgeworth, Galt, Maturin and Hogg. Flagged ‘from The New York Mirror and Ladies Literary Gazette’
 
 
The Minerva, or Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: containing a variety of Original and Select Articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, The Traveller, The Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, The Graces, Miscellaneous, Poetry, Enigmas, etc (New York: E. Bliss and E. White), edited by George Houston and James G. Brooks; 6 April 1822 – 3 March 1827, ‘On the Genius of Hogg’, (New Series), Vol. 3, No. 20 (20 August  1825), 315-316
 
The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (Boston: Munroe & Francis; John Cotton), January  1817- December 1832
‘Some Passages in the Life of Colonel Cloud. In a letter by the Ettrick Shepherd, to the Hon. Mrs A_R_Y. Dated Edinburgh, August 11, 1816’, Vol. 3, No. 12 (Second Series, 15 September 1825), 461-470 [from BEM, 18 (July 1825), 32-40 with a misprint within title, BEM has ‘Mrs. H_R_Y.’]
 
American Athenaeum: A Repository of Belles Lettres, Science and the Arts [merged into the New York Literary Gazette and Athenaeum] (New York: George Bond), edited by George Bond, April 1825 – March 1826
‘The Soldier’s Widow’, Vol. I, No. 23 (Thursday, 29 September 1825), 224 [First published in the Forest Minstrel (Edinburgh and London: Constable, 1810), pp. 3-4 and more recently in Hogg’s Poetical Works, 4 vols (Edinburgh: Constable, London: Hurst, Robinson & Co., 1822), IV, 316-18. This version is perhaps derived from either the American edition of the Forest Minstrel (Philadelphia: M. Carey, 1816) or from Hogg’s Poetical Works, reprinted by the publishing firm of Mallory in New York in 1825]

The Odd Fellow’s Magazine, Published Quarterly, Comprising a Variety of Subjects which will be of Great Utility to the Order, and Amusing to Persons Generally (Baltimore: John Roach), edited by John Roach, October 1825 - January 1826
‘The Siege of Roxburgh. Founded on Fact’; ‘from Hogg’s Three Perils of Man; or War Women and Witchcraft’, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1 October 1825), 7-10 [Reprinted from the version in The Athenaeum, or, Spirit of the English Magazines (15 November 1822), 164-165. See the entry above] 

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1826
[Boston] Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, January 1825 - January 1834
‘The Brakens wi Me. Air-Driving the Steers’, Vol. II, No. 14 (1 April 1826), 112, no author citation , [from BEM, Vol.18, No. 107 (December 1825), 753-4 in ‘Noctes Ambrosianae’, No. XXIII, where the ‘Shepherd’ sings it; alteration of ‘councel’, l. 15 BEM] ‘council’, l. 18 BMMI, orthographic changes, and omission of musical notation]
 
Christian Advocate (New York: N. Bangs and J. Emory, for the Methodist Episcopal Church), edited by B. Badger, September 1826 –, ‘The Palmer’s Hymn’, Vol. 1, No. 2 (16 September 1826), 8. Editorial comment: ‘The following beautiful lines are from the pen of the “Ettrick Shepherd”. They are designed to represent the morning prayer of a maniac who voluntarily became an outcast of the desert’ [22 lines from ‘The Palmer’s Morning Hymn’ of Mador of the Moor, Canto IV, ‘The Palmer’, ll. 199-230. Alteration to punctuation indicates that the Philadelphia edition (1816), or the New York edition of the Poetical Works (New York: Mallory, 1825) might be the original source; small textual alteration, ‘spheres of light’, l. 17 CA.], ‘sphere of light’, MM. James Barcus discusses the textual differences between the American and British publications in the Introduction to his recent S/SC Edition of the poem (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univeristy Press, 2005]
 
New York Literary Gazette and American Athenaeum (New York, 1826)[continuation of the Minerva, see entry for 1825 above]September 1825 – February 1827, ‘The Witch of the Gray Thorn. By James Hogg’, Vol. 2, No. 14 (10 June 1826), 164 [from BEM, 17 (June 1825), 714-6]

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1827

Episcopal Watchman (New York), 1827-1833, 'A Hebrew Melody. by the Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 1, No. 8 (14 May 1827),  6 [see the entry for the Athenaeum, or Spirit of the English Magazines  (1819) above]

Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, 7 January 1826-25 January 1834, ‘The Palmer’s Hymn’, Vol. 3, No. 27 (30 June 1827), p.216; ‘from Ch. Ad.’ [Reprinted from the Christian Advocate (New York), Vol. 1, No. 2 (16 September 1826). See entry above.]
 
Freedom’s Journal (New York), edited by John Russwurm and Samuel E. Cornish, 1827, ‘The Marvelous Doctor’, 19 October  1827 and concluded 26 October 1827 [from BEM, 22, No. 130 (September, 1827), 349-61, with large portions of text omitted including the whole of the second part of the tale, ‘The Countess’]

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1828

Literary Cadet and Saturday Evening Bulletin (Providence: Rhode Island: Smith and Parmenter),  1826-1829, ‘The Witch of the Gray Thorn. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2, No. 81 (23 January 1828), unpaginated. Editorial Notes: ‘It is unnecessary for us to invite the admirers of the Ettrick Shepherd, to peruse the annexed beautiful poem, recently published by Mr. Hogg, entitled, “The Witch of the Gray Thorn”. As a poem it is richly worth perusing, and will, we think, afford our readers a potential treat.’ [There is one minor difference between previous reprinting in New York Literary Gazette and American Athenaeum, Vol. 2, No. 14 (10 June 1826), 164 (see entry above): ‘hollow’d’ NYLG&AA] ‘hallowed’ LCSEB. Original version of the poem is found in BEM, 17 (June 1825), 714-6]
 
 
New York Mirror, and Ladies Literary Gazette (New York: George Morris Pope), edited by Samuel Woodworth, August 1823 - 1857? , ‘The Palmer’s Hymn’, Vol. V, No. 31 (9 February 1828), 248 [derived from Masonic Mirror and Mechanics Intelligencer, Vol. 3, No. 27 (30 June 1827), 216 (see entry above). Layout of the lines is altered, and there is only one break to denote its original source was a longer poem]
 
The Ariel. A Literary Gazette (Philadelphia: Edmund Morris), edited by Edmund Morris, April 1827 - November 1832, ‘The Palmer’s Hymn’, Vol. 1, No. 25 (5 April  1828),  196 [Most likely derived from The New York Mirror, and Ladies’ Literary Gazette,Vol. V, No. 31 (9 February 1828), 248 (see entry above). Textual alterations include, ‘fame’ Ariel] ‘name’ MMMI] and ‘the’ Ariel] ‘this’ MMMI]
 
Ladies’ Garland (Harpers-Ferry, Virginia: John Gallaher), ‘The Sky Lark. The Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 4, No. 47 (3 May 1828), 188 [From the Forget Me Not  for 1828 (London, 1827), p. 27, with one textual change, ‘is’, l. 23 FMN] ‘be’, l. 23 LG. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of James Hogg. Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
 
The Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette (Baltimore: Benjamin Edes), edited by Rufus Dawes, March 1828 - April 1829, ‘Story of Two Highlanders. Hogg’, Vol. 1, No. 3 (3 May 1828), 20-21 [From Winter Evening Tales, 2 vols (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd; London: G. & W. B. Whittaker, 1820), I, 194-197. Rival American editions of WET appeared in New York in 1820 ]
 
‘The Sky Lark. Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No.3 (3 May 1828), p. 24 [Most likely derived from the Ladies’ Garland (Harpers-Ferry, Virginia), Vol. 4, No. 47 (May 3 1828), 188 (see entry above). Further textual alteration: ‘blessed’, l. 5 FMN] ‘blest’, l.5 EBLG]
Ladies’ Garland (Harpers-Ferry, Virginia: John Gallaher), ‘Advice to Young Ladies-by James Hogg’, ‘From Blackwood’s Magazine’, Vol. 4, No. 51 (31 May  1828), 204 [Forms the end ‘Moralitas’ of the short story ‘Trials of Temper, in BEM, Vol. 23, No. 134 (January 1828), 40-47 (p. 47). The poem is altered typographically and textually; in line 18, where ‘dares hardly own it’ (BEM) becomes ‘dares only own it’ (LG)]
 
[Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, ‘The Brownie of the Black Haggs’, New Series, No. 12 (December 1828), 558-564; ‘From Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine’ [From BEM, Vol. 24 (October 1828), 489-96]
 

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1829

New York Mirror, and Ladies Literary Gazette (New York: George Morris Pope), edited by Samuel Woodworth, August 1823 - 1857? , ‘Woman. by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 6, No. 31 (7 February 1829), 248; ‘from the Bijou’ [from The Bijou (London, 1828), pp. 93-96. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
 
New York Mirror, and Ladies Literary Gazette (New York: George Morris Pope), edited by Samuel Woodworth, August 1823 - 1857? , ‘Nancy Chisolm’, Vol. VI, No. 45 (Saturday, 16 May 1829), 357-359. Editorial Note: ‘from The Shepherd’s Calendar [… ] this week republished in this city, in two volumes’ [The first edition of The Shepherd’s Calendar appeared in Britain in 2 vols (Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: T. Cadell, 1829) where the tale of 'Nancy Chisolm'  was printed in II, 230-53. An American edition appeared almost immediately in New York by A. T. Goodrich. For a discussion of the history of this tale within Hogg’s collection, see Douglas S. Mack’s S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002)]
Southern Literary Gazette (Charlston), long review article of The Shepherd's Calendar by William Gilmore Simms, NS, 1 (15 June 1829), 52 [not seen; information from David Hill  Radcliffe's website English Poetry 1579-1830: Spencer and Tradition,  located at http://www.englishpoetry.org/]
 
Ladies Miscellany (Salem, Mass.), November 1828 - March 1831?, ‘The Sky-Lark. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. I, No. 33 (11 August 1829), 132 [from The Forget Me Not (London, 1828), p. 27. The poem had previously been reprinted, see the entries for the Ladies’ Garland (Harpers-Ferry, Virginia), Vol. 4, No. 47 (May 3 1828), 188 and The Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette (Baltimore), Vol. 1, No.3 (3 May 1828),  24]
 
[Boston] Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, 7 January 1826-25 January 1834
‘O, Love’s a bitter thing to bide’, by the Ettrick Shepherd, from the ‘Noctes Ambrosianae’, Vol. I (New Series), No. 11 (12 September 1829),  88 [from BEM, 26 (July 1829), 135]
 
North American Review (Boston, Mass:Oliver Everett), 1821 - . Notice of The Shepherd's Calendar, by James Hogg, 2 vols, published  by G. & C. & H.  Carvill,  Vol. 29, No. 39 (July 1829),  290.
 
The Ladies' Literary Portfolio: a General Miscellany Devoted to the Fine Arts (Philadelphia: W. F. Geddes), 1828 -, 'The Palmer's Hymn', Vol. 1, No. 34 (5 August 1829),  265 [see the entry for The Ariel (1828) above]
 
'A Tale of the Martyrs. by the Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 1, No. 39 (9 September 1829), 306-08 [From BEM, Vol. 26 (July 1829), 48-51; omits the concluding poem]
 
Albany Daily Advertiser (Albany: J. B. Schaick & co), 'Joe Nicholson's Daughter. by the Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 13, No. 242 (Tuesday, 29 Sepember 1829), unpaginated [From BEM, 24 (December 1828), 688]
 
[Boston] Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, 7 January 1826-25 January 1834
‘The Banshee. By James Hogg’, Vol. I (n.s.), No. 13 (26 September 1829), (p.104) [Original source not located. Publication details along with the full text of the poem can be found in Janette Currie’s article titled ‘‘The Banshee’ and ‘The Rose of Plora’: Two Previously Unknown Poems by Hogg in the Nineteenth-Century American Periodical Press’, Studies in Hogg and His World, 17 (2007, forthcoming)].
 
Workingman’s Advocate (New York), 1829-1830, ‘Luxury. An Eastern Apologue. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No. 3 (14 November 1829), 4 [Extracted from ‘Eastern Apologues’ in Forget Me Not (London, 1828), 309-23. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
[Boston] Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, 7 January 1826-25 January 1834, ‘A Scot’s Luve Sang. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. I (N.S.), No. 21 (21 November  1829), 168; from the ‘London Annuals for 1830: Friendship’s Offering’  [from Friendship’s Offering for 1830 (London), pp. 185-6; textual alterations include, lands, l. 12 BMM] lambs, 1. 12 FMN; streams, l. 14 BMM] strains, l. 14 FMN. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
 
American Monthly Magazine (Boston: Pierce and Williams; N.P. Willis), edited by Nathaniel Parker Willis, April 1829 to July 1831, ‘The Ettrick Shepherd and Other Scotch Poets’, Vol. I., No. 8 (November 1829), 522-30
 
 

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1830

Christian Intelligencer and Eastern Chronicle (Portland,  Maine: P. Sheldon), edited by A. Drew, September 1821 - December 1836, ‘A Child’s Prayer: O, God of yonder starry frame', Vol. 10 (New Series, Vol. 6), No. 6 (5 February 1830),  24 [from the Juvenile Forget Me Not for 1830 (London), pp. 114-115. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
 
Ladies Miscellany (Salem, Mass.), November 1828 - March 1831, ‘An Irish Story. The Storm’, 9-10, Vol. II, No.3 (21 April 1830); continued in No. 4 (28 April 1830), 13-14, concluded in No. 5 (5 May 1830), 18; ‘from Blackwood’s Magazine for March’, no author citation [First published in BEM, 13 (June 1823), 629-40 as ‘The Shepherd’s Calendar. Class Second. Deaths, Judgments, and Providences’, and later as ‘Mr Adamson of Laverhope’ in The Shepherd’s Calendar, 2 vols (Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: T. Cadell, 1829), I, 33-68, and was reprinted almost immediately in New York by A. T. Goodrich. For a discussion of the history of this tale within Hogg’s collection, see Douglas S. Mack’s S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002)]
 
The Atlas, or Literary, Historical and Commercial Reporter (New York: T.D. Porter & E. Prescott), September 1828 - October 1833, ‘A Father’s Lament. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, followed by a short biographical piece relating a visit by an unidentified person to Hogg at Altrive Lake, entitled ‘The Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2, No. 41 (26 June 1830), 521 [Song is 'I hae naebody now'. It was published in Fraser's Magazine, Vol. 1(May 1830), p. 398]
 
The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 - August 1898, ‘I Hae Naebody Now. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, 1 (July 1830), (p.8); ‘from Fraser’s Magazine’. [See entry for The Atlas above]
The New York Cabinet; or, Cabinet of Literature, Instruction and Amusement (New York: Piercy & Burling), September 1828 – June 1831, ‘Poetical Portraits’, Vol. 4, No. 1 (3 July 1830), 9
 
‘The First Sermon’, Vol. 14, Vol. 6 (August 1830), 110-112  [from BEM, 27 (June 1830), 879-80]
The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 - August 1898, 'Poetical Portraits: Hogg', Vol. 1 (September, 1830),  p. 152. [Comprises short descriptions of the major poets and authors of the day. Hogg's entry is, 'Clothed in rainbow's beans [sic.]/'Mid strath and pastoral glen,/He sees the fairies gleam,/Far from the haunts of men.']
Ladies Miscellany (Salem, Mass),  November 1828 - March 1831, Short anecdote about Hogg’s dog, Hector, Vol. II, No. 29 (20 October 1830), 115
 
[Littell's] Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (Philadelphia: for E. Littell and Brother; New York: G. &C. & H. Carvill), 1833 - 1842, ‘Winter Rhapsody’, Vol. 18, No. 106 (April 1831), 334-350, article by ‘Christopher North’ from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, has remarks on Hogg’s poetry and songs (339-40) [Original article is spread throughout BEM, Vols. 28 - 29 (December 1830- February 1831)]
 
Juvenile Miscellany (Boston), 1826-1834,  ‘Anecdotes of Dogs’; includes section on Hogg and his dogs, Vol. 1, No. 2 (November & December 1831), 109-44 (110-114)
 

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1831

Boston Masonic Mirror (Boston: Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore comprising a new series of Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’s Intelligencer, ‘Allan Dhu. A Love Song. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2 (New Series), No. 31 (29 January 1831), 248 [from Edinburgh Literary Journal, Vol. IV (9 October 1830), 232, with small changes to the accidentals, for example, ‘naught’,17 BMM] nought l.17 ELJ]
 
Ladies Miscellany (Salem, Mass.), November 1828 - March 1831, ‘A Boy’s Song. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2, No.52 (30 March 1831), 208; ‘Remembrancer, for 1831’ [from The Remembrance (London, 1830). pp. 74-75. Hogg’s literary contributions to Annuals and Gift books, including a full listing of reprinted items in American Annuals, are discussed in the S/SC Edition of Contributions to Literary Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2006)]
 
Monthly Traveller, or, Spirit of the Periodical Press, Containing Popular Sections from the Best Foreign and American Publications. Together with Original Notices of the Current Literature of the Times (Boston: Badger and Porter), January 1830 – December 1838, ‘A Tale of the Martyrs’ [no author mentioned], Vol. 2, No. 4 (April 1831), 134-136 [see the entry for the  Ladies' Literary Porfolio (1829) above]
 
The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 -August 1898, ‘The Skylark. From “Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd” ’, 2 (April 1831), (p.188) [From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 15-16]
[Littell's] Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (Philadelphia: for E. Littell and Brother; New York: G. &C. & H. Carvill), 1833 - 1842
Review article of ‘The Songs of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd, Edinburgh, 1831’, Vol. 18, No. 106 (April 1831), 351-352, flagged ‘From The Athenaeum’
 
The Liberator (Boston: William Lloyd Garrison; Oliver Johnson; Isaac Knapp), edited by William Lloyd Garrison, 1 January 1831 – 29 December 1865, ‘The Ladies Evening Song. From “Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd”, just published’, Vol. 1, No. 18 (Saturday 30 April 1831), 72 [reprinted ‘from the Scotsman’]
Juvenile Key (Brunswick, Maine: Z. J. & J. W. Griffin), edited by Oliver Oldwise, September 1830 - August 1831, ‘A Boy’s Song. by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No. 36 (9 May 1831), 148; ‘from the Remembrancer for 1831’ [from The Remembrance (London, 1830), pp. 74-75 but most likely derived from the Ladies Miscellany, Vol. 2, No.52 (30 March 1831), 208, see entry above]
 
Monthly Traveller, or, Spirit of the Periodical Press, Containing Popular Sections from the Best Foreign and American Publications. Together with Original Notices of the Current Literature of the Times (Boston: Badger and Porter), January 1830 – December 1838, ‘The Moon was A-waning. From the Songs of James Hogg',  Vol.2, No.10 (May 1831), 393  [from Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 253-55]
 
 The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 -August 1898, ‘Appie M’Gie. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, 2 (May 1831), 253 [From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 209-10]
 
‘The Broken Heart’, 2 (June 1831), 330  [From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 271-73]
 
‘The Broken Heart’, 3 (July 1831), 41 [From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 271-73]
 
Saturday Evening Post (Indianapolis, etc,), 1821-, ‘The Women Folk. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 10, No. 518 (2 July 1831),  4  [From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 65-7]
The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 -August 1898, ‘A Story of Good Queen Bess. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, 3 (August 1831), 94-103 [From BEM, 29 (April 1831), 579-93]
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Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, “From the Shepherd’s Calendar”, ‘The Laird of Wineholm’ (August, 1831), No. 8, 349-55 [From The Shepherd’s Calendar, 2 vols,  I, 311-41. The first edition of The Shepherd’s Calendar appeared in Britain in 2 vols (Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: T. Cadell, 1829) and was reprinted almost immediately in New York by A. T. Goodrich. For a discussion of the history of this tale within Hogg’s collection, see Douglas S. Mack’s S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002, especially the notes on pp. 272-73]
The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 -August 1898, ‘The Effects of Clanship. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, 3 (September 1831), 157-62 [From ‘A Horrible Instance of the Effects of Clanship’, BEM, 28 (October 1830), 680-87]
 
 ‘The Moon was a-Waning. From the Songs of James Hogg’, 3 (September 1831), 181[From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 253-55- see also The Monthly Traveller, above]
[Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858 ‘George Dobson’s Expedition to Hell’ [no author named] (October, 1831), No. 10, 459-62. [From The Shepherd’s Calendar, 2 vols (Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: T. Cadell, 1829), I, 131-47. For a discussion of the history of this tale within Hogg’s collection, see Douglas S. Mack’s S/SC Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002, especially the notes on pp. 268-270]
 
The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 -August 1898, ‘When Maggy Gangs Away’, 3 (October 1831), 227 [From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 77-78]

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[Boston] Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer (Boston: Moore & Prowse; Moore & Sevey), edited by Charles W. Moore, 7 January 1826-25 January 1834, ‘Maggy O’Buccleuch. By the Ettrick Shepherd.’, Vol. 3 (N.S.), No. 32 (4 February 1832), 256. Flagged ‘from the Forget-Me-Not [From the Forget Me Not for 1832 (London, 1831), pp. 182-83, with small changes from Scots to English, and omission of ‘Air-Days of Yore’]
The New York Mirror: a Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts (New York: G. P. Morris), 1824 - 1842, 'Anecdote of Animals. : Instinct of Sheep', Vol. 9, No. 34 (25 February 1832), 266-67. [Flagged from the Cyclopaedia Americana']
Cincinnati Mirror and Ladies Parterre and Museum. Devoted to Polite Literature (Cincinnati: Wood and Stratton), edited by W. D. Gallagher, October 1831-October 1836, ‘The Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No. 13 (12 March 1832), 104 [Description of Hogg taken from Mackay Wilson’s recent article in the London Literary Gazette, 25 February 1832, 121-23]
The New York Mirror: a Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts (New York: G. P. Morris), 1824 - 1842
'New Works - Messrs. Carey and Lea have received, and, we learn, will forthwith publish, the three following works: - "A Queer Book. by the Ettrick Shepherd" [...], Vol. 9, No. 5,  407
[ Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, ‘A Tale of an Old Highlander. Written by the Ettrick Shepherd’ (September, 1832), No. 9, 390-393 [from The Metropolitan Magazine, 3 (1832), 113-20]
 
The Ariel. A Literary Gazette (Philadelphia: Edmund Morris), edited by Edmund Morris, April 1827 - November 1832, ‘Notes of a Universal Reader’, Vol. 6, No. 13 (13 October 1832),  206 [A short extract derived from the section of ‘Reminiscences of Former Days: Southey’ in Altrive Tales: Collected among the Peasantry of Scotland, and from Foreign Adventurers (London: James Cochrane,1832). The text can be found in Gilian Hughes's  S/SC Edition of Altrive Tales (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2003), pp. 65-66)]
 

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1833

The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia), July 1830 - August 1898, ‘A Scottish Ballad. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, 6 (January 1833),  40 [from The Athenaeum, 7 January 1832,  8]
 
 [Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, A poem written ‘To the Ettrick Shepherd’, signed ‘C.H.W.’ [poem] (January, 1833), No. 1,  24.
 
Albany Daily Advertiser (Albany, New York:  printed and published by J. B. Van Schaick & Co., City printers, at the Old Stand, Nos 7 and 8 of Webster’s Buildings, Pearl Street, Albany)
THE ETTRICK SHEPHERD
            We had the pleasure to receive a few days since, a long letter from James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd, in relation to the publication of some of his works in the United States. He is about writing a series of tales in ten or twelve volumes. We regret to learn from his own pen, that though “ a poor shepherd half a century ago,” he is, notwithstanding a life of industry, “a poor shepherd to this day.” He writes that he has heard of “the splendid city of Albany on the Hudson,” “at his own cottage in Yarrow,” and that his poems have been extensively read in the United States. The fame and fate of Burns seem almost that of Hogg. When he is no more, we shall probably hear of anniversary dinners on his birthday, and a monument to his memory 'in Edinboro’ town,’ but it would be much more honorable to the British public to place him in comfort and independence at once, rather than expend their tardy benevolence in building him a grave.
Vol. 18, No. 5430 (Saturday, 27 April 1833), unpaginated
  
Workingman's Advocate (New York), 1830-36, 'Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 4, No. 38 ( 4 May 1833), unpaginated. [Notice and extracts from the article titled 'The Ettrick Shepherd', see entry for The Albany Daily Advertiser above]
 
The Literary Cabinet and Western Olive Branch (St. Clairsvill, Ohio: Thomas Gregg) 1833-44, 'The Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 1, No. 8 (23 May 1833), 64. [Extracted from the  Albany Daily Advertiser, see entry above.]
 
Workingman's Advocate (New York), 1830-36, 'Laconic Invitation', Vol. 4, No. 4 (25 May 1833),. 41.  [An anecdote about Hogg and Scott: Upon one occasion the Ettrick Shepherd with the true waywardness of a poet, took umbrage at Sir Walter Scott, for some imaginary slight or neglect, and refused for a long time to speak to him. The worthy Baronet knew his man, and said nothing, till Hogg's better feelings reawakened, and induced him to write a long explanatory and apologetic letter. Sir Walter's answer was highly characteristic - "Dear Jamie: Now that you have come to your senses come over to your dinner. Yours Walter Scott."]
 
Western Shield and Literary Messenger (Cincinnati: R. C. Langdon),  1832-33, 'Mischievous Woman. By the Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 1, No. 45 (7 September 1833),   357
 
[Atkinson’s] Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia),  1831-1839, ‘Jacobite Ballad’, a song beginning 'Rise! rise! lowland and highland men',  Vol. 13, No. 633  (14 September 1833),  4. Flagged ‘from Fraser’s Magazine’
 
The Literary Journal and Weekly Register of Science and the Arts (Providence, Rhode Island: J. Knowles and J. W. Vose), 1833-34, ‘James Hogg’, Vol. 1 (1833), 347, [a biographical and critical article flagged ‘from The Biographical and Critical History of the Last Fifty Years’, by Allan Cunningham’]

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[Littell's] Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (Philadelphia: for E. Littell and Brother; New York: G. &C. & H. Carvill), 1833 - 1842, ‘Rogers, Southey, Montgomery, Grahame, and Hogg. By Allan Cunningham’, Vol.24, No. 140 (February 1834), 189-94 [biography and criticism flagged ‘From The Athenaeum’]
 
Journal of Belles Lettres (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie, a two-page supplement to Waldie’s Select Circulating Library issued from June 1832 - April 1842, ‘Original Letter of the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 7 (Pt. I), No. 7 (16 February 1836), unpaginated [first noted in editorial in Vol. 3, No. 41 (April 18, 1834)]
 
Cincinnati Mirror and Ladies Parterre and Museum. Devoted to Polite Literature  (Cincinnati: Wood and Stratton), edited by W. D. Gallagher, October 1831-October 1836, Literary Notice of Tales of Romance, Second Series (Philadelphia: Key and Biddle), 1 vol. 18mo  […]The articles furnished by the Ettrick Shepherd, Thomas Roscoe, and the author of “O’Hara Tales”, are unworthy the talents of these popular writers', Vol. 3, No. 16, (Saturday, 1 February  1834),  126  [Hogg’s tale is ‘the Laird of Wineholm’. It is from The Shepherd’s Calendar, 2 vols(Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: T. Cadell, 1829), I, 311-41: see Mack’s ‘Notes’ to ‘Smithy Cracks’, in the S/SC Edition of The Shepherd’s Calendar (2002), pp. 271-3.]
 
[Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, ‘The Palmer’s Hymn’; ‘the following beautiful lines are from the pen of the “Ettrick Shepherd” […]'  (March 1834), No. 3, p. 111 [prints same introductory paragraph as previous reprints since Christian Advocate, see 1826 above]
 
Waldie’s Select Circulating Library, Containing the best Popular Literature (Philadelphia: printed and published by Adam Waldie, No. 6, North Eighth Street), 12 vols, 1833-1834, ‘British Poetry: Hogg’, Vol. 3, Pt. 1, No. 15 (15 April 1834), 243 [biographical notice flagged ‘from Cunningham’s Biographical and Critical History of Literature of the Last Fifty Years ’(1834)]
 
Cincinnati Mirror and Ladies Parterre and Museum. Devoted to Polite Literature (Cincinnati: Wood and Stratton), edited by W. D. Gallagher, October 1831-October 1836, ‘The Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 3, No. 28 (Saturday, 26 April 1834), 218-9 [biographical details extracted from Allan Cunningham’s Biographical and Critical History of the last Fifty Years (1834)]
 
American Monthly Magazine (New York: Monson Bancroft; G. &C. & H. Carvil; Peter Hill), edited by H. W. Herbert, ‘A Visit to the Ettrick Shepherd. By an American Tourist’, Vol. 3, No. II (April 1834), 85-91
 
Journal of Belles Lettres (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie, a two-page supplement to Waldie’s Select Circulating Library issued from June 1832 - April 1842, Review of New Books: Altrive Tales: collected among the Peasantry of Scotland, &c. By the Ettrick Shepherd. To which is prefixed an Autobiography of the Author. Vol. 1 London 1832, Vol. 3, No. 41 (8 April 1834), unpaginated; continued in Vol. 3, No. 42 (15 April 1834), and concluded in Vol. 3, No. 43 (22 April 1834)
 
 
New York Mirror, and Ladies Literary Gazette ( New York)  [after 1831, edited by Nathaniel Parker Willis], August 1823 - 1857?, ‘Literary Notices’, Vol. 11, No. 44(Saturday, 3 May 1834), p. 347, includes a notice of Harpers’ publication of Familiar Anecdotes of Sir Walter Scott
 
Journal of Belles Lettres (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie, a two-page supplement to Waldie’s Select Circulating Library issued from June 1832 - April 1842, Review of New Books: Familiar Anecdotes of Sir Walter Scott. by James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd; with a sketch of the Life of the Shepherd, by S. Dewitt Bloodgood. New York, Harpers, 1834, Vol. 3, No 45 (6 May 1834), unpaginated
 
Cincinnati Mirror and Ladies Parterre and Museum. Devoted to Polite Literature (Cincinnati: Wood and Stratton), edited by W. D. Gallagher, October 1831-October 1836, 'A Visit to Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 3, No. 31 (Saturday 17 May 1834), 242 [extracted from the American Monthly Magazine, see above]
 
‘Ventriloquism’ by the ‘Etrick Shepherd’ [sic], Vol. 3, No. 32 (24 May 1834), 251 [A short extract from ‘The Scottish Haymakers’ in the Forget Me Not for 1834 (London, 1833), pp.327-35]
 
Christian Register, devoted to Unitarian Christianity, Sound Morals, Literature and News (Boston: David Reed), edited by Sidney Willard, ‘The Palmer’s Hymn’, Vol. 13, No. 667 (No. 21 [N.S.]), (24 May 1834), 84 [most likely from Atkinson’s Casket; see entry above]
 
American Monthly Magazine (New York: Monson Bancroft; G. &C. & H. Carvil; Peter Hill), edited by H. W. Herbert, Review of Familiar Anecdotes of Sir Walter Scott, Vol. 3, No. 3 (May 1834), 177-184
 
Literary Enquirer (Buffalo, New York), 1833-34, 'Origin of Wars', Vol 4, No.5 (20 August 1834) [Extract from 'Sermon IV: Soldiers', in A Series of Lay Sermons on Good Principles and Good Breeding (London: James Fraser, 1834). The text can be found in Gillian Hughes's recent S/SC Edition of James Hogg. Lay Sermons (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1997), pp. 41-42]
Journal of Belles Lettres (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie, a two-page supplement to Waldie’s Select Circulating Library issued from June 1832 - April 1842, Extracts of New Works: ‘From Hogg’s Lay Sermons’, Vol. 4 (Pt. II), No. 10 (2 September 1834), unpaginated. Includes an extract from ‘Sermon III. Good Breeding’
 
Literary Enquirer (Buffalo, New York), 1833-34, ‘The Duty of a Batchelor of Forty-five. Sermons by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 3, No. 8 (10 September 1834), 62 [From ‘Sermon I: Good Principles’, in A Series of Lay Sermons on Good Principles and Good Breeding (London: James Fraser, 1834). The text can be found in Gillian Hughes's recent S/SC Edition of James Hogg. Lay Sermons (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1997), p. 6]
 
[Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, ‘A Scot’s Luve Sang. By the Ettrick Shepherd’ (September 1834), No. 9,  432 [derived from Boston Masonic Mirror, see 1829 above]
 
The Parlour Journal, a Weekly Magazine, devoted to literature and the fine arts (New York), ‘Modesty (!) of the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2, No. 17 (October 1834),  131, relates details of a dinner given for Hogg at Peebles [most probably from The Paisley Advertiser]
 

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Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie, for E. Littell; New York: G. &C. & H. Carvill, with editorial note stating that it had been taken over by ‘Mr Waldie’ in November 1834, ‘Love’s Legacy. by the Ettrick Shepherd. Canto First’, Vol. 26 (January 1835), 31-33. Flagged ‘From Fraser’s Magazine’ [From Fraser’s Magazine, Vol. 10 (October 1834), 403-08]
 
[Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858, ‘The Sky-Lark. Hogg’, no. 1  (January 1835),  40
 
Southern Literary Messenger (Richmond: T. W. White), edited by E. A Poe and others, August 1834 - June 1864, ‘There’s Nae Laddie Coming. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No. 5 (January 1835), 200 [‘selected [… ] from some of the periodicals of the day’]
 
Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie, for E. Littell; New York: G. &C. & H. Carvill), with editorial note stating that it had been taken over by ‘Mr Waldie’ in November 1834, ‘Love’s Legacy. By the Ettrick Shepherd. Canto Second’, Vol. 26 (February 1835), 134-135. Flagged ‘From Fraser’s Magazine’ [From Fraser’s Magazine, Vol. 10 (November 1834), 556-60]
 
‘Love’s Legacy. By the Ettrick Shepherd. Canto Third’, Vol. 26 (March 1835), 249-51. Flagged ‘From Fraser’s Magazine’ [From Fraser’s Magazine, Vol. 10 (December 1834), 639-44. One small omission; ‘that’, l. 202]
Christian Register, devoted to Unitarian Christianity, Sound Morals, Literature and News (Boston), ‘Language of Animals. James Hogg’, Vol. 14, No. 709 (No. 31, N.S.), 14 March 1835, 114 [Extracted from ‘Sermon VI. Reason and Instinct’ in A Series of Lay Sermons on Good Principles and Good Breeding (London: James Fraser, 1834). The text can be found in Gillian Hughes's recent S/SC Edition of James Hogg. Lay Sermons (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1997),  63]
[Atkinson's] Casket, or Flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment (Philadelphia: S.C. Atkinson, No. 112 Chestnut Street), edited by S. C. Atkinson and others, January 1826 - December 1858 , ‘The Ettrick Shepherd’ (March 1835), No. 3, p. 130. Reprints song ‘written for the occasion’ and details of a ‘public dinner, given to Mr. Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd, in Scotland, not long since.’ [from the Paisley Advertiser - see The Parlour Journal,  1834 above]
 
Cincinnati Mirror and Ladies Parterre and Museum. Devoted to Polite Literature (Cincinnati: Wood and Stratton), edited by W. D. Gallagher, October 1831-October 1836, ‘Desultory Paragraphs. Language of Animals. By James Hogg’, Vol. 4, No. 32 (6 June  1835), 254 [see entry for Christian Register above]
New York Mirror, and Ladies Literary Gazette (New York), edited by Morris and after 1831also with Nathaniel Parker Willis, August 1823 - 1857?, ‘Pencillings by the Way’, Vol.12, No. 49 (Saturday, 6 June  1835), 388. N.P.Willis visits Professor Wilson in Edinburgh, where they discuss the reception of the Noctes in Scotland, and how it affects Hogg’s literary reputation; the reception of ‘Anecdotes of Scott’, and Lockhart’s review in Fraser’s, and Hogg’s reaction to it.
Christian Register, devoted to Unitarian Christianity, Sound Morals, Literature and News (Boston: David Reed), edited by Sidney Willard, ‘Fortune. By James Hogg’, in Vol. 14, No. 723 [No. 45, N.S.] (22 June 1835), 180 [extracted from ‘Sermon VIII. Virtue the Only Source of Happiness’, in A Series of Lay Sermons on Good Principles and Good Breeding (London: James Fraser, 1834), pp. 225-22]
 
Cincinnati Mirror and Ladies Parterre. Devoted to Polite Literature (Cincinnati: Wood and Stratton), edited by W. D. Gallagher, October 1831-October 1836, Vol. 4, No. 35 (Saturday, 27 June 1835), 277-78, extracts from N.P. Willis’s Pencillings by the Way [Extracted from the New York Mirror, Vol. 12, No. 49 (Saturday, June 6 1835), 388]
The Liberator (Boston: William Lloyd Garrison; Oliver Johnson; Isaac Knapp), edited by William Lloyd Garrison, 1 January 1831 – 29 December 1865, ‘Emigration’, Vol. 5, No. 28 (11 July 1835), 112 [From Chambers Edinburgh Magazine, Vol. II, No. (18 May 1833)], 124-5]
‘Fortune’, Vol. 5, No. 29 (18 July 1835), 116. Further information on this item can be found in Jill Rubenstien's note in Studies in Hogg and his World, 13 (2002), 128-29. [Reprinted from the Christian Register see entry above]
 
The Zodiac, A Monthly Periodical devoted to Science, Literature and the Arts (Albany, New York: Erastus Perry), 2 vols, [second volume edited by Matthew Henry Webster] July 1835 to January 1837, ‘Tales of Fathers and Daughters. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, serialised in the first three numbers beginning in the first issue of July 1835 (1, 2-4), continued in August 1835 (1, 25-26), and concluded in September 1835 (1, 39-41). [An original story. The text has been edited by Douglas and Wilma Mack: see their article titled 'Tales of Fathers and Daughters No. 2' in Studies in Hogg and his World, 15 (2004), 126-62]
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art ( Philadelphia: Adam Waldie; New York: G. & C. & H. Carvill), edited by Adam Waldie [Editorial note stating  that it had been taken over by ‘Mr Waldie’ in November 1834], ‘Mr. Hogg’s “Wars of Montrose”’, in review article, ‘A Decade of Novels and Novellettes’, Vol. 27 (July 1835), 91-106 (98-100) [flagged ‘from Fraser’s Magazine’]
  
Christian Register, devoted to Unitarian Christianity, Sound Morals, Literature and News (Boston: David Reed), edited by Sidney Willard, ‘Emigration. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 14, No. 738 [No. 60, New Series] (3 October 1835), 240 [short extract from the passage in The Liberator, see above]
The Zodiac, A Monthly Periodical devoted to Science, Literature and the Arts (Albany, New York: Erastus Perry), 2 vols, [second volume edited by Matthew Henry Webster] July 1835 to January 1837, ‘The Fall of the Leaf’, Vol. I, No. 4, October 1835 (p.49).[From Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831), pp. 260-1 (the second verse is omitted)]
 
‘The Moon was A-Waning. Selected for the Zodiac’, Vol. 1, No. 4 (October 1835), p. 59 [from Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831, pp. 253-55]
The Military and Naval Magazine of the United States (Washington) 1833-36, 'Lieutenant A. B. Pinkham', Vol. 6, No. 2 (October 1835), 'flagged from the Dumfries and Galloway Courier of 30 July 1834', 128-36. [concerns a visit by Pinkham to Scotland and to the Ettrick Shepherd in 1831]
 
Waldie’s Select Circulating Library, Containing the best Popular Literature (Philadelphia: printed and published by Adam Waldie, No. 6, North Eighth Street), 12 vols, 1833-1834, ‘I Hae Naebody Now, by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 6, Pt. II, No. 18 (27 October 1835), 303; ‘from Fraser’s Magazine’ [From Fraser’s Magazine, I (May 1830), 398]
 

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The Albion, or British, Colonial and Foreign Weekly Gazette (Boston), June 1822- December 1875, ‘James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd, died on the 21st No. in Scotland’,  Vol. 4, No. 2 (9 January 1836), 15
[Atkinson's]  Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia), 1831-39, 'Death of the Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 15, No. 754 (9 January 1836), 3
Poughkeepsie Casket, edited by E. B. Killey and B. J. Lossing (Albany, New York), January 1836 - April 1841, 'James Hogg. The harp of Ettrick is silent [...]', Vol. 1, No. 2 (16 January 1836),  15
The Military and Naval Magazine of the United States (Washington: Benjamin Homans), edited by Benjamin Homans (1833-1836) , 'A Visit to the Ettrick Shepherd', Vol. 6, No. 5 (January 1836), 329-341[see entry for Military and Naval Magazine (1835) above]
The Port Folio, and Companion to the Select Circulating Library. A Semi-monthly Publication, on the basis of Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie 3 January 1835-17 December 1836, ‘The Sky-Lark. By James Hogg’, Pt. I (January-June, 1836),  12 [Text does not derive from Hogg’s song collection. Textually, this version is closest to A Border Garland (c.1819) with the phrases ‘fell and fountain’, l. 13 and ‘musical cherubim, hie thee away’, l. 18. A music sheet of this song titled ‘Bird of the Wilderness’, with music by J.C. Clifton (London: Collard and Collard [late Clementi &c.] 26 Cheapside, n.d.) does have these phrases and therefore the text of the Port Folio might be derived from an American reprint of this music sheet with music by W.R. Dempster (New York: Dubois & Bacon, 167 Broadway, n.d.)]
 
‘James Hogg. The Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 2, Pt. I (January-June 1836),  47 [flagged ‘from the London Athenaeum’]
 
‘The Palmer’s Hymn’, Pt. I, No. 4 (13 February 1836),  49 [Comprises 22 lines from ‘The Palmer’s Morning Hymn’ of Mador of the Moor (1816), Canto IV, ‘The Palmer’, ll. 199-230. One minor and one major textual alteration: ‘spheres’, l. 17 PF] ‘sphere’, l. 225 MM; ‘the golden tints of even’, l. 19 PF] ‘all the gems of even’, l. 227 MM (see also The Masonic Mirror and Mechanics Intelligencer, 1827 above)
 
The Zodiac, A Monthly Periodical devoted to Science, Literature and the Arts (Albany, New York: Erastus Perry), 2 vols, second volume edited by Matthew Henry Webster, July 1835 to January 1837, ‘Verses to the Comet’, Vol. 1, No. 8 (February 1836),  113 [From The Poetical Works of James Hogg (Edinburgh: Archibald Constable; London: Hurst, Robinson and Co, 1822), 4 vols, II, 241-44. It is slightly altered: l. 32 empyreal, PW] imperial, Zodiac, and l. 48 Light, PW] Seek, Zodiac]
‘A Father’s Lament. By James Hogg’, Vol. I, No. 9, March 1836, p. 144 [from Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831,  pp.79-80, without change]
 
Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie, for E. Littell; New York: G. &C. & H. Carvill), ‘A Letter to the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 28 (February 1836), 107-110. Flagged ‘from the Amulet, for 1836’ [From the Amulet (London, 1835), pp. 212-25, with one type-setting error, ‘Benton, p. 109 MFL] Renton, p. 223 Amulet]
Southern Literary Journal and Magazine of the Arts (Charleston, South Carolina: Bartholomew P. Carroll), edited by Daniel K. Whitaker, September 1835-December 1838, ‘Birniebouzle’, Vol. 2, No. 4 (June 1836), 258 [Although this song had been published previously in The Forest Minstrel; a Selection of Songs, adapted to the most favourite Scottish airs (Edinburgh & London:Archibald Constable, 1810), pp.139-41, and in Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (Edinburgh: Blackwood; London: Cadell, 1831),  pp.244-46, this is a different version. The editor [wrongly] notes that ‘it was never before published’(p. 258). The major alterations are in the fourth and fifth stanzas, for example ‘An’ drag the larry at my tail’, in Songs (1831), becomes ‘And dadd the clotters, wi’ a flail (4, l. 7), and ‘For you shall own a bught o’ ewes,/A brace o’ gaits, and byre o’ cows, in Songs (1831), becomes ‘For ye s’all hae baith tups and ewes,/And gates and swine and stots and cows’ (5, ll. 5-6).
 
The Port Folio, and Companion to the Select Circulating Library. A Semi-monthly Publication, on the basis of Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie 3 January 1835-17 December 1836, ‘The Turners. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Pt. I (January-June, 1836), pp. 197-200; ‘from Fraser’s Magazine for May’ [From Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country, Vol. 13 (May 1836), 609-19, although there are some omissions, for example, large section of the end of Chapter III]
Maine Farmer and Journal of the Useful Arts (Augusta, Me), 1833- 1842, ‘The Moon was A-Waning. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 4, No. 23 (8 July 1836), 184 [see entry for The Zodiac, 1835 above]
 
Every Body’s Album: A Humorous Collection of Tales, Quips, Quirks, Anecdotes and Facetiae (Philadelphia: Charles Alexander), June 1836 - June 1837
‘The Turners: A Tale of the Old Country by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. I, 250-256, no issue numbers but probably the June/July issue [Most likely derived from The Port Folio (see entry above), as it has same omissions]
The Albion, or British, Colonial and Foreign Weekly Gazette (Boston), June 1822- December 1875, ‘Carey, Lee & Hart of Philadelphia, have just published the following […] Tales of the Wars of Montrose, by James Hogg, 2 vols. Small editorial note, Vol. 4, No. 42 (15 October 1836), p.335
 
Journal of Belles Lettres (Philadelphia: Adam Waldie), edited by Adam Waldie, a two-page supplement to Waldie’s Select Circulating Library issued from June 1832 - April 1842 , ‘New American Publications: Tales of the Wars of Montrose, 2 vols. Philadelphia, Carey and Hart, Vol. 8, No. 16 (Pt. II), 18 October  1836, [unpaginated]

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New York Literary Gazette (New York: W. V. Oxley), edited by James Aldrich, February 1839 – July 1839, ‘The Battle of Busaco [no author named], No. 7 (16 March 1839),  56 [from The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd, 5 vols (Glasgow and London, 1838-39), IV, 318-19]
 
‘The Broken Heart. by the Ettrick Shepherd.’ No. 9 (30 March 1839), 72 [from The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd, 5 vols (Glasgow and London, 1838-39), V, 168]
 
[Atkinson’s] Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia) 1831-1839, ‘The Broken Heart. by the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 18  [no issue no.] (13 April 1839), unpaginated [see entry for New York Literary Gazette above]
 
Baltimore Literary Monument. A Weekly Journal Devoted to Literature, Science and the Fine Arts (Baltimore: T. S. Arthur), edited by T. S. Arthur and John N. M’Jilton, October 1838-October 1839, ‘The Skylark’, Vol. 2, No. 1 (May 1839), 17-18. The song is within a longer article entitled, ‘Parnassian Pastimes’, (15-19) that includes a contrast between Blake’s ‘Tiger, Tiger’ with Hogg’s ‘Skylark’ [Text is derived from the Forget Me Not for 1828 (London, 1827), p. 27, with minor orthographical alterations, for example, ‘Blithsome’ BLM] ‘Blithesome’ FMN]
 
The Corsair. A Gazette of Literature, Art and Dramatic Criticism, Fashion and Novelty (New York), edited and published by N. P. Willis and T. O. Porter, March 1838 - March 1840, ‘The Glasgow Dinner Party, or A Psychological Curiosity’, Vol. I, No. 17 (6 July 1839), 260-63 [This is a reprint of a review article on A Modern Pythagorean, D.M. Moir’s biography of Robert MacNish, from Fraser’s Magazine (19 (January-June 1839), 685-693, that claims that it was Robert MacNish and not Hogg who wrote ‘A Psychological Curiosity’ for the Scottish Annual (1836)]. Collation between the version of the tale in the Scottish Annual and that of Fraser’s Magazine (which is reprinted in the Corsair without change) reveals change of name, where ‘Henderson’ becomes ‘MacNee’, and ‘L’ is revealed to be William L. Leitch. For further information on The Scottish Annual see Janette Currie's article in SHW, 11 (2000), 77-84 and a corrective note in her 'Listing of James Hogg Texts in Annuals and Gift Books' in James Hogg. Contributions to Annuals and Gift Books, edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2006), p. 281]

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1840

American Masonic Register, and Literary Companion, being a Periodical Journal Devoted to Masonry, Literature, Useful Knowledge (Albany, New York: Lewis G. Hoffman), edited by Lewis G. Hoffman, August 1839 - October 1847, ‘An Awfu’ Leeing-Like Story’, Vol. 1, No. 24 (15 February 1840), 188-89 [From BEM, 30 (1831), 448-56]
 
‘A Scot’s Luve Sang. By the Ettrick Shepherd.’, Vol. 1, No. 29 (21 March 1840), p. 232 [See entry for Boston Masonic Mirror, 1829 above]

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1841

Ladies’ Companion; A Monthly Magazine Embracing Every Department of Literature, Embellished with Original Engravings and Music Arranged for the Piano Forte, Harp and Guitar (New York: William W. Snowden), edited by William Snowden and associate editors, including Robert Hamilton, Lydia H. Sigourney and Emma C. Emsbury , ‘The Rose of Plora’, Vol. 15, (May, 1841), p. 42 [An original autograph poem contributed by an unknown ‘correspondent’ who claimed to have personally visited Hogg in ‘the summer of 1830’. The publication history of the poem is discussed in an article by Janette Currie entitled ‘The Banshee’ and ‘The Rose of Plora’: Two Previously Unknown Poems by Hogg in the Nineteenth-Century American Periodical Press’, Studies in Hogg and His World, 17 (2007, forthcoming)]

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1842

Every Youth’s Gazette (New York: J. Winchester), edited by Benjamin Park, January 1842- December 1842, ‘Poetry by James Hogg: The Sky Lark’, Vol. 1 (1842), 257 [from Waldie’s Port Folio, and Companion to the Select Circulating Library, see 1836 above]
 
Lady’s World of Fashion (Philadelphia: Charles J. Peterson), ‘Arabian Song. By the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol. 1, No. 3 (March, 1842), 79 [from The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd, 5 vols (Glasgow and London, 1838-39), V, 66]
Brother Jonathan. A Weekly Compend of Belles Lettres and the Fine Arts (New York), July 1839 - 1845?
 ‘A Scotchman’s Advice to his Daughter on Leaving Home for a Boarding School. Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol 3, No. 4 (24 September 1842), 102 [a short extract from Hogg's novel The Three Perils of Woman, 3 vols  (1823) from Peril First. An American edition of the novel was published by the New York company of E. Duyckinck in 1823, and a French translation in 1825.The novel was not republished again during the nineteenth century, as noted by Antony Hasler and Douglas S. Mack, the recent editors of the S/SC Edition of The Three Perils of Woman (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002), p. xliv] 

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1843

Campbell’s Foreign Semi-Monthly Magazine, or Select Miscellany of European Literature and Art (Philadelphia: James M. Campbell) [running title -Campbell’s Foreign Miscellany], September 1842 - August 1844, ‘Lines on the Death of Dr. John Leyden. By the Ettrick Shepherd. The Harp of Teviot.’, Vol. 4, No. I (1 September, 1843), p.210, flagged, ‘from Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine’ [A hitherto unpublished poem by Hogg that was first published in Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine, 10 (September 1843), 566]
 
The Rover: A Weekly Magazine of Tales, Poetry and Engravings, Original and Selected (New York), edited by Seba Smith and Lawrence Labree,1843-1848, ‘A Tale of an Old Highlander. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, Vol.1, No. 20 (1843), 314-317 [See entry for Atkinson’s Casket, 1832 above]
 

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1844

American Masonic Register, and Literary Companion, being a Periodical Journal Devoted to Masonry, Literature, Useful Knowledge (Albany, New York: Lewis G. Hoffman), edited by Lewis G. Hoffman, August 1839 - October 1847, ‘I Hae Naebody Now. By Hogg.’ Vol. 5 (New Series), No. 6 (April 1844),  48 [See entry for Waldie’s Select Circulating Library, Containing the best Popular Literature, 1835 above - this song had recently appeared in The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd, 5 vols (Glasgow and London, 1838-39), V, 149]

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1845

The Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Protest (New York) 1845-1849, ‘The Sky-Lark’, Vol. 1, No. 11 (23 August 1845), 165 [see Every Youth’s Gazette, 1842 above]
 

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1846

The May Flower (Boston: Saxton and Kelt) a literary annual, 1846-1848; this edition was edited by Robert Hamilton, ‘Song. By the late James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd’, beginning ’Dear is the blush o’ the rosy red rowan’, p. 147; ‘never before published’ [For a discussion of the publication history of this original song, see James Hogg. Contributions to Annuals and Gift- Books, edited for the S/SC Edition by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univesity Press, 2006), pp. 340-41]

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1849

The Ladies’ Casket, and Friendship’s Gift (New York: Rev. E. T. Winter, 141, Nassau Street), ‘The Sky Lark’, p. 95 [See entry for Every Youth’s Gazette, 1842 above]

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1850

Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia: G. Graham), 1839-, 'The Blank at my Right Hand. by James Hogg', Vol. 29, No. 1504 (25 May 1850),  4  [source unknown - the song was originally titled 'A Father's Lament', in Songs, by the Ettrick Shepherd (1831), pp. 79-80 

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1851

Robert Merry’s Museum (Boston) 1841-1851,  'The Scotch Shepherd and his Dog Sirrah’, Vol. 21 (1 January 1851), 148-50
The International Magazine of Literature, Art, and Science (New York: Stringer and Townsend), ‘Has there been a great Poet in the Nineteenth Century?’, Vol. 3, No. 2 (May 1851), 182-183, Hogg is named amongst a list of ‘real poets’ (p. 182); ‘from the Eclectic Review'

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1852

Harper’s New Monthly Magazine (New York: Stringer and Townsend), 1850-52, ‘Editor’s Drawer’, recounts two anecdotes of Hogg, Vol. 5, No. 29 (October 1852), 711-12

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1862

Atlantic Monthly (Boston), 1857 -1932
‘Snow’, Vol. 9, No, 52 (February 1862), account of Hogg and snow storm, 188-201 (197-98). [This is a summarised account from ‘Storms’ in The Shepherd’s Calendar: for a full discussion of the transmission of this tale into Hogg's collection,  see Douglas S. Mack's Intoductory essays and textual notes to the edition of The Shepherd's Calendar  for S/SC (Edinburgh University Press, 2002)]

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1866

Littell’s Living Age (Boston: Littell, Son, and Company), 1866 - 74, ‘James Hogg. by S.C. Hall, F.S.A., and Mrs S.C. Hall’, Fourth Series, Vol. 3 (10 November 1866), 321-328; ‘from The Art Journal’

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1868

Putnam’s Monthly Magazine of Literature, Science, and Art (G. P. Putnam & Co., New York), ‘Fitzgreen Halleck. by E. A. Duyckinck, Vol. 11, No. 2 (February 1868); includes an anecdote of Hogg in London, 231-47 (p. 246)
Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine (Philadelphia), 'Bird of the Wilderness. Arranged for the piano-forte', Vol. 77,  394

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1875

Scribner’s Monthly (New York: Scribner & co.), 1870 - 1881, ‘Some Old Letters: Part Third’ (March 1875), anecdote of Hogg at Abbotsford, 607-612 (p. 611)

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1882

Littell’s Living Age (Boston: Littell, Son, and Company), 1866-74, ‘The Lights of “Maga”. The Heroes of the “Noctes”: Hogg’, Vol. 155, No. 1999 (14 October 1882), 67-80; ‘from Blackwood’s Magazine’

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1885

The Literary World; A Monthly Review of Current Literature (Boston), 1870-1904, 'The Ettrick Shepherd and his Poetry', Vol 16, No. 10 (16 May 1885), 174-75. [Review article by 'W. M. F' of Hogg's Poetical Works , 4 vols (1822), Poetical Works, 6 vols (1838-40, Collected Works, 2 vols (1868), Collected Works. Centenary Edition (1876)  and Memorials of James Hogg, Edited by his Daughter (Paisley: A. Gardner)]

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1892

Littell’s Living Age (Boston: Littell, Son, and Company), 1866 - 74, ‘The Yarrow of Wordsworth and Scott’, Vol. 194, No. 2507 (16 July 1892), includes account of Wordsworth and Hogg in 1814, 156-65 (158-9); ‘from Blackwood’s Magazine’, by J. Veitch

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1896

Current Literature (New York), 1888-1912, 'The Skylark. James Hogg', Vol. 20, No. 6 (December 1896),  532
 

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1911

The Outing Magazine (New York) 1906-1911, ‘The Jolly Curlers. by James Hogg’, Vol. 57, No. 4 (January 1911), 513 [‘Scotland’s Guid Auld Channel Stane’, from Whistle Binkie, third series, edited by Alexander Rodger (Glasgow 1842), pp. 33-34]

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