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The pivot of the whole is that collection of the so–called Poems of Ossian published by James Macpherson from 1760 to 1763, and as the titles of the different portions of this collection are frequently misquoted, I have deemed it advisable to prefix them to the German bibliography, together with the most important later editions. ...Der Tod Oskars (1772), Deutsches Museum (1783), and Nachlese zu Sineds Liedern (1784).—A translation of Ossian’s poems in hexameters, which appeared in 1768–9, not in 1767–9, as Gurlitt (April 9, 1802, p. 6) and others have it. ...A translation by Christian Felix Weisse of John Macpherson’s Critical Dissertations on the Origin, Antiquities, Language, Government, Manners, and Religion of the ancient Caledonians (London, 1768), to which are added prose translations of four so–called bardic songs, none of which, however, is taken from Ossian.