Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Manuscript poem entitled "Chloe's Picture / Writ in ye Isle of Arran by M. W. Wallace", early-mid 18th century
Manuscript poem entitled: "Escap’t old age unblemish’t and Uncloy’d And what Heaven gave of youth with worth enjoy’d / Mrs Colquhoon”, early-mid 18th century
This transcription of the poem is annotated at the end: "This very incorrect but as it only existed in my Memory I send it you — Tell Vertue for itself begins to move / And servile Fear replies melts into filial Love”.
Manuscript poem entitled: "Interview between two fair Warriours at the Edinburgh Assembly in Imitation of Glaucus and Diomede”, early-mid 18th century
First and last lines:
"I Climbd the painfull Steep where Minch muir Shrouds / His Hoary Temples in Surrounding Clouds / Foggs Rise Eternall from his Dampfed Springs / Blew plague pale ffamine Load their Sable wings"
"While Mercury o’erflows her Toothless Chops / All this is Paradice to Minch muir Tops".