Author:Arthur Johnston

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Arthur Johnston
Arthur Johnston


  • Consilium Collegii Medici Parisiensis de Mania G. Eglishemii, &c. (1619)
  • Onopordus Furens, &c. (1620)
  • Elegia in Obitum Regis Jacobi, &c. (1625)
  • Elegia, &c. (1628)
  • Parerga, &c. (1632)
  • Epigrammata, &c. (1632)
  • Cantici Salomonis Paraphrasis Poetica, &c. (1633)
  • Musæ Querulæ de Regis in Scotiam Profectione, (1633)
  • Musæ Aulicæ (1635)
  • (tr.) Musæ Aulicæ by Francis Kynaston
  • Psalmorum Davidis Paraphrasis Poetica et Canticorum Evangelicorum, &c. (1637)
  • Deliciæ Poetarum Scotorum hujus Ævi, &c. (1637), in 2 vols.

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