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by Alexander Campbell


Appears in 366 books from 1755-2008. Page 294 - A few years ago, the herring fishery employed all Grub Street; it was the topic in every coffee-house, and the burden of every ballad.

Common terms and phrases. Appears in 366 books from 1755-2008. We were to drag up oceans of gold from the bottom of the sea; we were to supply all Europe with herrings upon our own terms. Appears in 108 books from 1760-1991.

The Grampians Desolate: A Poem. Авторы: Alexander Campbell

The Grampians Desolate: A Poem. Авторы: Alexander Campbell. of Ayr, Dumfries, and Galloway, which might be colonized from the Grampians: And should even those waste lands be improved and peopled to the utmost extent; are there not abundance of waste-lands in. England and Wales highly susceptible of culture, to which our Gael might be invited, and become useful to themselves, and serviceable to a nation by the increase of their numbers, and diligence of each in some useful department of rural economy, or agricultural improvement.

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Alexander Campbell (1764–1824) was a Scottish musician and miscellaneous writer. 1 Early life and education. It was followed by 'The Grampians Desolate, a poem in six books' (Edinburgh, 1804). More than half of this work, which is without literary merit, consists of notes. Its object was to call attention to the 'deplorable condition' of the highlands, brought about by the introduction of sheep-farming.

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CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER (1764–1824), musician and miscellaneous writer, born in 1764 at Tombea, Loch Lubnaig, and first educated at. .

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER (1764–1824), musician and miscellaneous writer, born in 1764 at Tombea, Loch Lubnaig, and first educated at the grammar school, Callander, was the second son of a carpenter who, falling into straitened circumstances, removed to Edinburgh, where he died when Alexander was eleven years old. The family was supported by John, the eldest son, afterwards a well-known Edinburgh character (John Campbell died 1795, was precentor at the Canongate church, and a friend of Burns; his picture appears thrice in Kay’s ‘Portraits’).

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, musician and poet, was born in 1764, at Tombea, on the banks of Loch Lubnaig, above . In 1804, Mr. Campbell was induced to appear as an original poet, in a work entitled "the Grampians Desolate.

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, musician and poet, was born in 1764, at Tombea, on the banks of Loch Lubnaig, above Calledar, and received his education at the grammar-school of that town. While yet a youth, he removed to Edinburgh, and studied music under the celebrated Tenducci and others.

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The Grampians Desolate: A Poem ebook
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