[Dickson, George] The Weston Hymn Book for Children. Compiled from the Most Approved Collections. Sheffield, Printed for the editor by Algar Brothers, 23, Church Street. London: Wertheim and Mackintosh, Paternoster Row. 188 pages.  With an inscription presenting the hymn book: “George Dickson from His Uncle on Leaving for Australia, on the 9th of September 1852.” 10.5 cm x 6.5 cm, 16mo. With a copy of “Home Sweet Home” pasted onto the front end paper. Black paper boards with gilt lines on the spine, now worn, but holding. 210 hymns, followed by a morning and an evening prayer for a child. Dr. George Dickson became a medical doctor, practicing in Edinburgh, having graduated from the University of Aberdeen with honors. Two print copies of this book were found at the University of Minnesota and in the Hesburgh Library, at Notre Dame.
SIMON FRASER The Airs and Melodies Peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and The Isles, Communicated in an Original, Pleasing & Familiar Style, Having the Lively Airs Introduced as Medleys, to Form a Sequence to Each Slower Movement, With an Admired Plain Harmony for the Piano Forte, Harp, Organ or Violoncello, Intended rather to preserve Simplicity, than load with Embellishments; Edited by Capt S Fraser, Chiefly acquired during the Interesting Period from 1715 to 1745, through the Authentic Source narrated in the Accompanying Prospectus.