Dugald Moore was born in Glasgow to poor parents; he was largely self-educated and worked in a printing office before profits from his poetry enabled him to open a bookshop in Glasgow. He was an acquaintance of John Wilson.
The African and other poems. 1829.
Scenes from the flood. 1830.
The bridal nights; The first poet; and other poems. 1831.
The bard of the North: a series of poetical tales. 1833.
The hour of retribution, and other poems. 1835.
The devoted one, and other poems. 1839.