1818 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Hector Macneill

Anonymous, Obituary in Gentleman's Magazine 88 (July 1818) 89.



At Edinburgh, Hector Macneill, esq. author of a variety of productions, the principal of which are as follows: "On the Treatment of the Negroes in Jamaica," 1788, 8vo. — "The Harp," a tale, in two parts, 1789, 4to. — "Scotland's Skaith; or, the History of Will and Jean," 1795, 8vo. — "The Waes o' War; or, the upshot of the History of Will and Jean," 1796, 8vo. — "The Luicks o' Forth; or, a Parting Peep at the Carse o' Stirling," a plaint, 1799, 8vo. — "Poetical Works," 1801, 2 vols, 8vo; 3d edit. 1812. — "The Pastoral or Lyric Muse of Scotland," 1809, 4to. — "By gane Times and latesome Changes," 1812, 3rd ed. 12mo. — "Scottish Adventurers, or the Way to Rise," novel, 1812, 2 vols, 12mo.