Author:Charles Mackay

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Charles Mackay
(1814–1889)
English poet and journalist
Charles Mackay

Works[edit]

Prose[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Ballads and lyrics, 1859 external source
    • This Collection includes the "Legends of the Isles," illustrative of the romantic scenery and history of the Hebrides, and the adjoining mainland of Scotland, originally published at Edinburgh in the year 1845; the "Ballads and Lyrical Poems," issued in the same year; three smaller volumes, published in London at intervals from 1846 to 1849, under the titles of "Voices from the Mountains," "Voices from the Crowd," and "Town Lyrics."
  • The poetical works of Charles Mackay, 1876 external source

Works about Mackay[edit]

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