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The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence. With a New Life of the Poet, and Notices, Critical and Biographical by Allan Cunningham

By Robert Burns, Allan Cunningham
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  • THE
    • COMPLETE WORKS
      • OF
    • OF
  • ROBERT BURNS:
    • CONTAINING HIS
    • POEMS, SONGS, AND CORRESPONDENCE.
      • WITH
    • WITH
    • A NEW LIFE OF THE POET,
      • AND
      • NOTICES, CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL,
      • ELEGANTLY ILLUSTRATED.
    • AND
    • NOTICES, CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL,
    • ELEGANTLY ILLUSTRATED.
    • BOSTON:
      • PHILLIPS, SAMPSON, AND COMPANY.
      • NEW YORK: J.C. DERBY.
      • 1855
      • TO
    • PHILLIPS, SAMPSON, AND COMPANY.
    • NEW YORK: J.C. DERBY.
    • 1855
    • TO
    • ARCHIBALD HASTIE, ESQ.,
      • MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR PAISLEY
        • THIS
      • THIS
    • MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR PAISLEY
      • THIS
    • THIS
    • EDITION
      • OF
    • OF
    • THE WORKS AND MEMOIRS OF A GREAT POET,
      • IN WHOSE SENTIMENTS OF FREEDOM HE SHARES,
      • AND WHOSE PICTURES OF SOCIAL AND DOMESTIC LIFE HE LOVES,
        • IS RESPECTFULLY AND GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED
        • BY
      • IS RESPECTFULLY AND GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED
      • BY
      • ALLAN CUNNINGHAM.
    • IN WHOSE SENTIMENTS OF FREEDOM HE SHARES,
    • AND WHOSE PICTURES OF SOCIAL AND DOMESTIC LIFE HE LOVES,
      • IS RESPECTFULLY AND GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED
      • BY
    • IS RESPECTFULLY AND GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED
    • BY
    • ALLAN CUNNINGHAM.
    • DEDICATION.
      • TO THE
      • NOBLEMEN AND GENTLEMEN
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
      • CALEDONIAN HUNT.
    • TO THE
    • NOBLEMEN AND GENTLEMEN
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • CALEDONIAN HUNT.
    • PREFACE.
    • TO DR. ARCHIBALD LAURIE.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • POEMS.
    • EPITAPHS, EPIGRAMS, FRAGMENTS, &c.
    • SONGS AND BALLADS.
    • GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE.
    • LIFE OF ROBERT BURNS.
    • PREFACE.
    • THE
    • POETICAL WORKS
    • OF
    • ROBERT BURNS.
    • I.
      • WINTER.
      • A DIRGE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WINTER.
    • A DIRGE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • II.
      • DEATH AND DYING WORDS
      • POOR MAILIE,
        • THE AUTHOR’S ONLY PET YOWE.
      • THE AUTHOR’S ONLY PET YOWE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • DEATH AND DYING WORDS
    • POOR MAILIE,
      • THE AUTHOR’S ONLY PET YOWE.
    • THE AUTHOR’S ONLY PET YOWE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • III.
      • POOR MAILIE’S ELEGY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • POOR MAILIE’S ELEGY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • IV.
      • FIRST EPISTLE TO DAVIE,
        • A BROTHER POET
      • A BROTHER POET
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FIRST EPISTLE TO DAVIE,
      • A BROTHER POET
    • A BROTHER POET
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • V.
      • SECOND EPISTLE TO DAVIE,
        • A BROTHER POET.
      • A BROTHER POET.
    • SECOND EPISTLE TO DAVIE,
      • A BROTHER POET.
    • A BROTHER POET.
    • VI.
      • ADDRESS TO THE DEIL
    • ADDRESS TO THE DEIL
    • VII.
      • THE AULD FARMER’S
      • AULD MARE MAGGIE,
    • THE AULD FARMER’S
    • AULD MARE MAGGIE,
    • VIII.
      • TO A HAGGIS.
    • TO A HAGGIS.
    • IX.
      • A PRAYER,
        • UNDER THE PRESSURE OF VIOLENT ANGUISH.
      • UNDER THE PRESSURE OF VIOLENT ANGUISH.
    • A PRAYER,
      • UNDER THE PRESSURE OF VIOLENT ANGUISH.
    • UNDER THE PRESSURE OF VIOLENT ANGUISH.
    • X.
      • A PRAYER
        • IN THE PROSPECT OF DEATH.
      • IN THE PROSPECT OF DEATH.
    • A PRAYER
      • IN THE PROSPECT OF DEATH.
    • IN THE PROSPECT OF DEATH.
    • XI.
      • STANZAS
        • ON THE SAME OCCASION.
      • ON THE SAME OCCASION.
    • STANZAS
      • ON THE SAME OCCASION.
    • ON THE SAME OCCASION.
    • XII.
      • A WINTER NIGHT.
    • A WINTER NIGHT.
    • XIII.
      • REMORSE.
        • A FRAGMENT.
      • A FRAGMENT.
    • REMORSE.
      • A FRAGMENT.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • XIV.
      • THE JOLLY BEGGARS.
        • A CANTATA.
      • A CANTATA.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE JOLLY BEGGARS.
      • A CANTATA.
    • A CANTATA.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XV.
      • DEATH AND DR. HORNBOOK.
        • A TRUE STORY.
      • A TRUE STORY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • DEATH AND DR. HORNBOOK.
      • A TRUE STORY.
    • A TRUE STORY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XVI.
      • THE TWA HERDS:
      • THE HOLY TULZIE.
    • THE TWA HERDS:
    • THE HOLY TULZIE.
    • XVII.
      • HOLY WILLIE’S PRAYER.
    • HOLY WILLIE’S PRAYER.
    • XVIII.
      • EPITAPH ON HOLY WILLIE.
    • EPITAPH ON HOLY WILLIE.
    • XIX.
      • THE INVENTORY;
        • IN ANSWER TO A MANDATE BY THE SURVEYOR OF THE TAXES.
      • IN ANSWER TO A MANDATE BY THE SURVEYOR OF THE TAXES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE INVENTORY;
      • IN ANSWER TO A MANDATE BY THE SURVEYOR OF THE TAXES.
    • IN ANSWER TO A MANDATE BY THE SURVEYOR OF THE TAXES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XX.
      • THE HOLY FAIR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HOLY FAIR.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXI.
      • THE ORDINATION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE ORDINATION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXII.
      • THE CALF.
        • TO THE REV. MR. JAMES STEVEN.
      • TO THE REV. MR. JAMES STEVEN.
    • THE CALF.
      • TO THE REV. MR. JAMES STEVEN.
    • TO THE REV. MR. JAMES STEVEN.
    • XXIII.
      • TO JAMES SMITH.
    • TO JAMES SMITH.
    • XXIV.
      • THE VISION.
        • DUAN FIRST.[19]
        • DUAN SECOND
      • DUAN FIRST.[19]
      • DUAN SECOND
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE VISION.
      • DUAN FIRST.[19]
      • DUAN SECOND
    • DUAN FIRST.[19]
    • DUAN SECOND
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXV.
      • HALLOWEEN.[28]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • HALLOWEEN.[28]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXVI.
      • MAN WAS MADE TO MOURN.
        • A DIRGE.
      • A DIRGE.
    • MAN WAS MADE TO MOURN.
      • A DIRGE.
    • A DIRGE.
    • XXVII.
      • TO RUIN.
    • TO RUIN.
    • XXVIII.
      • JOHN GOUDIE OF KILMARNOCK.
        • ON THE PUBLICATION OF HIS ESSAYS
      • ON THE PUBLICATION OF HIS ESSAYS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • JOHN GOUDIE OF KILMARNOCK.
      • ON THE PUBLICATION OF HIS ESSAYS
    • ON THE PUBLICATION OF HIS ESSAYS
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXIX.
      • J. LAPRAIK.
        • AN OLD SCOTTISH BARD.
      • AN OLD SCOTTISH BARD.
    • J. LAPRAIK.
      • AN OLD SCOTTISH BARD.
    • AN OLD SCOTTISH BARD.
    • XXX.
      • J. LAPRAIK.
    • J. LAPRAIK.
    • XXXI.
      • J. LAPRAIK.
    • J. LAPRAIK.
    • XXXII.
      • WILLIAM SIMPSON,
        • OCHILTREE.
      • OCHILTREE.
    • WILLIAM SIMPSON,
      • OCHILTREE.
    • OCHILTREE.
    • XXXIII.
      • ADDRESS
      • ILLEGITIMATE CHILD.
    • ADDRESS
    • ILLEGITIMATE CHILD.
    • XXXIV.
      • NATURE’S LAW.
        • A POEM HUMBLY INSCRIBED TO G. H. ESQ.
      • A POEM HUMBLY INSCRIBED TO G. H. ESQ.
    • NATURE’S LAW.
      • A POEM HUMBLY INSCRIBED TO G. H. ESQ.
    • A POEM HUMBLY INSCRIBED TO G. H. ESQ.
    • XXXV.
      • TO THE REV. JOHN M’MATH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE REV. JOHN M’MATH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXXVI.
      • TO A MOUSE,
        • ON TURNING HER UP IN HER NEST WITH THE PLOUGH,
        • NOVEMBER, 1785.
      • ON TURNING HER UP IN HER NEST WITH THE PLOUGH,
      • NOVEMBER, 1785.
    • TO A MOUSE,
      • ON TURNING HER UP IN HER NEST WITH THE PLOUGH,
      • NOVEMBER, 1785.
    • ON TURNING HER UP IN HER NEST WITH THE PLOUGH,
    • NOVEMBER, 1785.
    • XXXVII.
      • SCOTCH DRINK.
    • SCOTCH DRINK.
    • XXXVIII.
      • THE AUTHOR’S
      • EARNEST CRY AND PRAYER
        • SCOTCH REPRESENTATIVES
        • HOUSE OF COMMONS.
      • SCOTCH REPRESENTATIVES
      • HOUSE OF COMMONS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AUTHOR’S
    • EARNEST CRY AND PRAYER
      • SCOTCH REPRESENTATIVES
      • HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • SCOTCH REPRESENTATIVES
    • HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXXIX.
      • ADDRESS TO THE UNCO GUID,
        • RIGIDLY RIGHTEOUS.
      • RIGIDLY RIGHTEOUS.
    • ADDRESS TO THE UNCO GUID,
      • RIGIDLY RIGHTEOUS.
    • RIGIDLY RIGHTEOUS.
    • XL.
      • TAM SAMSON’S ELEGY.[49]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TAM SAMSON’S ELEGY.[49]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XLI.
      • LAMENT,
      • FRIEND’S AMOUR.
    • LAMENT,
    • FRIEND’S AMOUR.
    • XLII.
      • DESPONDENCY.
        • AN ODE.
      • AN ODE.
    • DESPONDENCY.
      • AN ODE.
    • AN ODE.
    • XLIII.
      • THE
      • COTTER’S SATURDAY NIGHT.
        • INSCRIBED TO ROBERT AIKEN, ESQ.
      • INSCRIBED TO ROBERT AIKEN, ESQ.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE
    • COTTER’S SATURDAY NIGHT.
      • INSCRIBED TO ROBERT AIKEN, ESQ.
    • INSCRIBED TO ROBERT AIKEN, ESQ.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XLIV.
      • THE FIRST PSALM.
    • THE FIRST PSALM.
    • XLV.
      • THE FIRST SIX VERSES
        • NINETIETH PSALM.
      • NINETIETH PSALM.
    • THE FIRST SIX VERSES
      • NINETIETH PSALM.
    • NINETIETH PSALM.
    • XLVI.
      • TO A MOUNTAIN DAISY,
        • ON TURNING ONE DOWN WITH THE PLOUGH IN
        • APRIL, 1786.
      • ON TURNING ONE DOWN WITH THE PLOUGH IN
      • APRIL, 1786.
    • TO A MOUNTAIN DAISY,
      • ON TURNING ONE DOWN WITH THE PLOUGH IN
      • APRIL, 1786.
    • ON TURNING ONE DOWN WITH THE PLOUGH IN
    • APRIL, 1786.
    • XLVII.
      • EPISTLE TO A YOUNG FRIEND.
        • MAY, 1786.
      • MAY, 1786.
    • EPISTLE TO A YOUNG FRIEND.
      • MAY, 1786.
    • MAY, 1786.
    • XLVIII.
      • TO A LOUSE,
    • TO A LOUSE,
    • XLIX.
      • EPISTLE TO J. RANKINE,
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • EPISTLE TO J. RANKINE,
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • L.
      • ON A SCOTCH BARD,
    • ON A SCOTCH BARD,
    • LI.
      • THE FAREWELL.
    • THE FAREWELL.
    • LII.
      • WRITTEN
    • WRITTEN
    • LIII.
      • A DEDICATION
      • GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.
    • A DEDICATION
    • GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.
    • LIV.
      • ELEGY
        • THE DEATH OF ROBERT RUISSEAUX.
      • THE DEATH OF ROBERT RUISSEAUX.
    • ELEGY
      • THE DEATH OF ROBERT RUISSEAUX.
    • THE DEATH OF ROBERT RUISSEAUX.
    • LV.
      • LETTER TO JAMES TENNANT,
        • OF GLENCONNER.
      • OF GLENCONNER.
    • LETTER TO JAMES TENNANT,
      • OF GLENCONNER.
    • OF GLENCONNER.
    • LVI.
      • ON THE
      • BIRTH OF A POSTHUMOUS CHILD.
    • ON THE
    • BIRTH OF A POSTHUMOUS CHILD.
    • LVII.
      • TO MISS CRUIKSHANK,
        • A VERY YOUNG LADY.
      • A VERY YOUNG LADY.
    • TO MISS CRUIKSHANK,
      • A VERY YOUNG LADY.
    • A VERY YOUNG LADY.
    • LVIII.
      • WILLIE CHALMERS.
    • WILLIE CHALMERS.
    • LIX.
      • VERSES
    • VERSES
    • LX.
      • TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.,
        • MAUCHLINE.
      • MAUCHLINE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.,
      • MAUCHLINE.
    • MAUCHLINE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXI.
      • TO MR. M’ADAM,
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. M’ADAM,
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXII.
      • ANSWER TO A POETICAL EPISTLE
    • ANSWER TO A POETICAL EPISTLE
    • LXIII.
      • TO J. RANKINE.
    • TO J. RANKINE.
    • LXIV.
      • LINES
    • LINES
    • LXV.
      • A DREAM.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • A DREAM.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXVI.
      • A BARD’S EPITAPH.
    • A BARD’S EPITAPH.
    • LXVII.
      • THE TWA DOGS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE TWA DOGS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXVIII.
      • LINES
        • MEETING WITH LORD DAER.
      • MEETING WITH LORD DAER.
    • LINES
      • MEETING WITH LORD DAER.
    • MEETING WITH LORD DAER.
    • LXIX.
      • ADDRESS TO EDINBURGH.
    • ADDRESS TO EDINBURGH.
    • LXX.
      • EPISTLE TO MAJOR LOGAN.
    • EPISTLE TO MAJOR LOGAN.
    • LXXI.
      • THE BRIGS OF AYR,
        • A POEM,
      • A POEM,
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE BRIGS OF AYR,
      • A POEM,
    • A POEM,
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXXII.
      • ON
      • THE DEATH OF ROBERT DUNDAS, ESQ.,
        • OF ARNISTON,
      • OF ARNISTON,
    • ON
    • THE DEATH OF ROBERT DUNDAS, ESQ.,
      • OF ARNISTON,
    • OF ARNISTON,
    • LXXIII.
      • ON READING IN A NEWSPAPER
      • THE DEATH OF JOHN M’LEOD, ESQ.
    • ON READING IN A NEWSPAPER
    • THE DEATH OF JOHN M’LEOD, ESQ.
    • LXXIV.
      • TO MISS LOGAN,
        • WITH BEATTIE’S POEMS FOR A NEW YEAR’S GIFT.
      • WITH BEATTIE’S POEMS FOR A NEW YEAR’S GIFT.
    • TO MISS LOGAN,
      • WITH BEATTIE’S POEMS FOR A NEW YEAR’S GIFT.
    • WITH BEATTIE’S POEMS FOR A NEW YEAR’S GIFT.
    • LXXV.
      • THE AMERICAN WAR.
    • THE AMERICAN WAR.
    • LXXVI.
      • THE DEAN OF FACULTY.
        • A NEW BALLAD.
      • A NEW BALLAD.
    • THE DEAN OF FACULTY.
      • A NEW BALLAD.
    • A NEW BALLAD.
    • LXXVII.
      • TO A LADY,
    • TO A LADY,
    • LXXVIII.
      • TO CLARINDA.
    • TO CLARINDA.
    • LXXIX.
      • VERSES
    • VERSES
    • LXXX.
      • PROLOGUE
        • SPOKEN BY MR. WOODS ON HIS BENEFIT NIGHT,
      • SPOKEN BY MR. WOODS ON HIS BENEFIT NIGHT,
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PROLOGUE
      • SPOKEN BY MR. WOODS ON HIS BENEFIT NIGHT,
    • SPOKEN BY MR. WOODS ON HIS BENEFIT NIGHT,
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXXXI.
      • SKETCH.
    • SKETCH.
    • LXXXII.
      • TO MRS. SCOTT,
        • OF WAUCHOPE.
      • OF WAUCHOPE.
    • TO MRS. SCOTT,
      • OF WAUCHOPE.
    • OF WAUCHOPE.
    • LXXXIII.
      • EPISTLE TO WILLIAM CREECH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • EPISTLE TO WILLIAM CREECH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXXXIV.
      • HUMBLE PETITION OF BRUAR WATER
        • NOBLE DUKE OF ATHOLE.
      • NOBLE DUKE OF ATHOLE.
    • HUMBLE PETITION OF BRUAR WATER
      • NOBLE DUKE OF ATHOLE.
    • NOBLE DUKE OF ATHOLE.
    • LXXXV.
      • ON SCARING SOME WATER-FOWL
    • ON SCARING SOME WATER-FOWL
    • LXXXVI.
      • WRITTEN WITH A PENCIL,
    • WRITTEN WITH A PENCIL,
    • LXXXVII.
      • WRITTEN WITH A PENCIL,
      • STANDING BY THE FALL OF FYERS,
    • WRITTEN WITH A PENCIL,
    • STANDING BY THE FALL OF FYERS,
    • LXXXVIII.
      • POETICAL ADDRESS
      • TO MR. W. TYTLER,
    • POETICAL ADDRESS
    • TO MR. W. TYTLER,
    • LXXXIX.
      • WRITTEN IN
      • FRIARS-CARSE HERMITAGE,
        • ON THE BANKS OF NITH.
      • ON THE BANKS OF NITH.
    • WRITTEN IN
    • FRIARS-CARSE HERMITAGE,
      • ON THE BANKS OF NITH.
    • ON THE BANKS OF NITH.
    • XC.
      • WRITTEN IN
      • FRIARS-CARSE HERMITAGE,
        • ON NITHSIDE.
      • ON NITHSIDE.
    • WRITTEN IN
    • FRIARS-CARSE HERMITAGE,
      • ON NITHSIDE.
    • ON NITHSIDE.
    • XCI.
      • TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL,
        • OF GLENRIDDEL.
      • OF GLENRIDDEL.
    • TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL,
      • OF GLENRIDDEL.
    • OF GLENRIDDEL.
    • XCII.
      • A MOTHER’S LAMENT
    • A MOTHER’S LAMENT
    • XCIII.
      • FIRST EPISTLE
      • TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.
    • FIRST EPISTLE
    • TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.
    • XCIV.
      • ON THE DEATH OF
      • SIR JAMES HUNTER BLAIR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • ON THE DEATH OF
    • SIR JAMES HUNTER BLAIR.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XCV.
      • EPISTLE TO HUGH PARKER.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • EPISTLE TO HUGH PARKER.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XCVI.
      • LINES
      • A NOBLE EARL’S PICTURE.
    • LINES
    • A NOBLE EARL’S PICTURE.
    • XCVII.
      • ELEGY
        • ON THE YEAR 1788
      • ON THE YEAR 1788
    • ELEGY
      • ON THE YEAR 1788
    • ON THE YEAR 1788
    • XCVIII.
      • ADDRESS TO THE TOOTHACHE.
    • ADDRESS TO THE TOOTHACHE.
    • XCIX.
      • ODE
        • SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
      • SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
      • MRS. OSWALD,
    • ODE
      • SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
    • SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
    • MRS. OSWALD,
    • C.
      • FRAGMENT INSCRIBED
      • TO THE RIGHT HON. C.J. FOX.
    • FRAGMENT INSCRIBED
    • TO THE RIGHT HON. C.J. FOX.
    • CI.
      • ON SEEING
      • A WOUNDED HARE
        • LIMP BY ME,
      • LIMP BY ME,
    • ON SEEING
    • A WOUNDED HARE
      • LIMP BY ME,
    • LIMP BY ME,
    • CII.
      • TO DR. BLACKLOCK,
    • TO DR. BLACKLOCK,
    • CIII.
      • DELIA.
        • AN ODE.
      • AN ODE.
    • DELIA.
      • AN ODE.
    • AN ODE.
    • CIV.
      • TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.
    • CV.
      • PROLOGUE,
        • SPOKEN AT THE THEATRE, DUMFRIES,
      • SPOKEN AT THE THEATRE, DUMFRIES,
    • PROLOGUE,
      • SPOKEN AT THE THEATRE, DUMFRIES,
    • SPOKEN AT THE THEATRE, DUMFRIES,
    • CVI.
      • SCOTS PROLOGUE,
        • FOR MR. SUTHERLAND’S BENEFIT NIGHT,
        • DUMFRIES.
      • FOR MR. SUTHERLAND’S BENEFIT NIGHT,
      • DUMFRIES.
    • SCOTS PROLOGUE,
      • FOR MR. SUTHERLAND’S BENEFIT NIGHT,
      • DUMFRIES.
    • FOR MR. SUTHERLAND’S BENEFIT NIGHT,
    • DUMFRIES.
    • CVII.
      • SKETCH.
      • NEW YEAR’S DAY.
        • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • SKETCH.
    • NEW YEAR’S DAY.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CVIII.
      • TO A GENTLEMAN
    • TO A GENTLEMAN
    • CIX.
      • THE KIRK’S ALARM;[76]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE KIRK’S ALARM;[76]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CX.
      • THE KIRK’S ALARM.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE KIRK’S ALARM.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXI.
      • PEG NICHOLSON.
    • PEG NICHOLSON.
    • CXII.
      • ON
      • CAPTAIN MATTHEW HENDERSON,
    • ON
    • CAPTAIN MATTHEW HENDERSON,
    • CXIII.
      • THE FIVE CARLINS.
        • A SCOTS BALLAD.
      • A SCOTS BALLAD.
    • THE FIVE CARLINS.
      • A SCOTS BALLAD.
    • A SCOTS BALLAD.
    • CXIV.
      • THE LADDIES BY THE BANKS O’ NITH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE LADDIES BY THE BANKS O’ NITH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXV.
      • EPISTLE TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.
        • OF FINTRAY:
      • OF FINTRAY:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • EPISTLE TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.
      • OF FINTRAY:
    • OF FINTRAY:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXVI.
      • CAPTAIN GROSE’S
        • PEREGRINATIONS THROUGH SCOTLAND,
        • ANTIQUITIES OF THAT KINGDOM.
      • PEREGRINATIONS THROUGH SCOTLAND,
      • ANTIQUITIES OF THAT KINGDOM.
    • CAPTAIN GROSE’S
      • PEREGRINATIONS THROUGH SCOTLAND,
      • ANTIQUITIES OF THAT KINGDOM.
    • PEREGRINATIONS THROUGH SCOTLAND,
    • ANTIQUITIES OF THAT KINGDOM.
    • CXVII.
      • WRITTEN IN A WRAPPER,
      • A LETTER TO CAPTAIN GROSE.
    • WRITTEN IN A WRAPPER,
    • A LETTER TO CAPTAIN GROSE.
    • CXVIII.
      • TAM O’ SHANTER.
        • A TALE.
      • A TALE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TAM O’ SHANTER.
      • A TALE.
    • A TALE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXIX.
      • ADDRESS OF BEELZEBUB
        • PRESIDENT OF THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY.
      • PRESIDENT OF THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY.
    • ADDRESS OF BEELZEBUB
      • PRESIDENT OF THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY.
    • PRESIDENT OF THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY.
    • CXX.
      • TO
      • JOHN TAYLOR.
    • TO
    • JOHN TAYLOR.
    • CXXI.
      • LAMENT
      • MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS,
    • LAMENT
    • MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS,
    • CXXII.
      • THE WHISTLE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE WHISTLE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXIII.
      • ELEGY
      • MISS BURNET,
    • ELEGY
    • MISS BURNET,
    • CXXIV.
      • LAMENT
      • JAMES, EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • LAMENT
    • JAMES, EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • CXXV.
      • LINES
      • SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD, BART.,
        • OF WHITEFOORD.
      • OF WHITEFOORD.
    • LINES
    • SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD, BART.,
      • OF WHITEFOORD.
    • OF WHITEFOORD.
    • CXXVI.
      • ADDRESS
      • THE SHADE OF THOMSON,
    • ADDRESS
    • THE SHADE OF THOMSON,
    • CXXVII.
      • TO
      • ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,
        • OF FINTRAY.
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • TO
    • ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • OF FINTRAY.
    • CXXVIII.
      • TO
      • ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,
        • OF FINTRAY.
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • TO
    • ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • OF FINTRAY.
    • CXXIX.
      • A VISION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • A VISION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXX.
      • TO
      • JOHN MAXWELL OF TERRAUGHTY,
    • TO
    • JOHN MAXWELL OF TERRAUGHTY,
    • CXXXI.
      • THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN.
    • THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN.
    • CXXXII.
      • MONODY,
    • MONODY,
    • CXXXIII.
      • EPISTLE
      • ESOPUS TO MARIA.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • EPISTLE
    • ESOPUS TO MARIA.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXXIV.
      • POEM
      • ON PASTORAL POETRY.
    • POEM
    • ON PASTORAL POETRY.
    • CXXXV.
      • SONNET,
    • SONNET,
    • CXXXVI.
      • SONNET,
      • DEATH OF ROBERT RIDDEL, ESQ.
    • SONNET,
    • DEATH OF ROBERT RIDDEL, ESQ.
    • CXXXVII.
      • IMPROMPTU,
      • ON MRS. R——’S BIRTHDAY.
    • IMPROMPTU,
    • ON MRS. R——’S BIRTHDAY.
    • CXXXVIII.
      • LIBERTY.
        • A FRAGMENT.
      • A FRAGMENT.
    • LIBERTY.
      • A FRAGMENT.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • CXXXIX.
      • VERSES
      • TO A YOUNG LADY.
    • VERSES
    • TO A YOUNG LADY.
    • CXL.
      • THE VOWELS.
    • THE VOWELS.
    • CXLI.
      • VERSES
      • TO JOHN RANKINE.
    • VERSES
    • TO JOHN RANKINE.
    • CXLII.
      • ON SENSIBILITY.
    • ON SENSIBILITY.
    • CXLIII.
      • LINES,
    • LINES,
    • CXLIV.
      • ADDRESS,
    • ADDRESS,
    • CXLV.
      • ON
      • SEEING MISS FONTENELLE
    • ON
    • SEEING MISS FONTENELLE
    • CXLVI.
      • TO CHLORIS.
    • TO CHLORIS.
    • CXLVII.
      • POETICAL INSCRIPTION
        • FOR AN ALTAR TO INDEPENDENCE.
      • FOR AN ALTAR TO INDEPENDENCE.
    • POETICAL INSCRIPTION
      • FOR AN ALTAR TO INDEPENDENCE.
    • FOR AN ALTAR TO INDEPENDENCE.
    • CXLVIII.
      • THE HERON BALLADS.
    • THE HERON BALLADS.
    • CXLIX.
      • THE HERON BALLADS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HERON BALLADS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CL.
      • THE HERON BALLADS.
        • AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG.
      • AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HERON BALLADS.
      • AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG.
    • AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CLI.
      • POEM,
        • MR. MITCHELL, COLLECTOR OF EXCISE.
        • DUMFRIES, 1796.
      • MR. MITCHELL, COLLECTOR OF EXCISE.
      • DUMFRIES, 1796.
    • POEM,
      • MR. MITCHELL, COLLECTOR OF EXCISE.
      • DUMFRIES, 1796.
    • MR. MITCHELL, COLLECTOR OF EXCISE.
    • DUMFRIES, 1796.
    • CLII.
      • TO
      • MISS JESSY LEWARS,
        • DUMFRIES.
      • DUMFRIES.
    • TO
    • MISS JESSY LEWARS,
      • DUMFRIES.
    • DUMFRIES.
    • CLIII.
      • POEM ON LIFE,
      • COLONEL DE PEYSTER.
        • DUMFRIES, 1796.
      • DUMFRIES, 1796.
    • POEM ON LIFE,
    • COLONEL DE PEYSTER.
      • DUMFRIES, 1796.
    • DUMFRIES, 1796.
    • EPITAPHS, EPIGRAMS, FRAGMENTS,
      • ETC., ETC.
    • ETC., ETC.
    • I.
      • ON THE AUTHOR’S FATHER.
    • ON THE AUTHOR’S FATHER.
    • II.
      • ON R.A., ESQ.
    • ON R.A., ESQ.
    • III.
      • ON A FRIEND.
    • ON A FRIEND.
    • IV.
      • FOR GAVIN HAMILTON.
    • FOR GAVIN HAMILTON.
    • V.
      • ON WEE JOHNNY.
        • HIC JACET WEE JOHNNY.
      • HIC JACET WEE JOHNNY.
    • ON WEE JOHNNY.
      • HIC JACET WEE JOHNNY.
    • HIC JACET WEE JOHNNY.
    • VI.
      • ON JOHN DOVE,
        • INNKEEPER, MAUCHLINE.
      • INNKEEPER, MAUCHLINE.
    • ON JOHN DOVE,
      • INNKEEPER, MAUCHLINE.
    • INNKEEPER, MAUCHLINE.
    • VII.
      • ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.
    • ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.
    • VIII.
      • ON A CELEBRATED RULING ELDER.
    • ON A CELEBRATED RULING ELDER.
    • IX.
      • ON A NOISY POLEMIC.
    • ON A NOISY POLEMIC.
    • X.
      • ON MISS JEAN SCOTT.
    • ON MISS JEAN SCOTT.
    • XI.
      • ON A HENPECKED COUNTRY SQUIRE.
    • ON A HENPECKED COUNTRY SQUIRE.
    • XII.
      • ON THE SAME.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • XIII.
      • ON THE SAME.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • XIV.
      • THE HIGHLAND WELCOME.
    • THE HIGHLAND WELCOME.
    • XV.
      • ON WILLIAM SMELLIE.
    • ON WILLIAM SMELLIE.
    • XVI.
      • VERSES
        • WRITTEN ON A WINDOW OF THE INN AT CARRON.
      • WRITTEN ON A WINDOW OF THE INN AT CARRON.
    • VERSES
      • WRITTEN ON A WINDOW OF THE INN AT CARRON.
    • WRITTEN ON A WINDOW OF THE INN AT CARRON.
    • XVII.
      • THE BOOK-WORMS.
    • THE BOOK-WORMS.
    • XVIII.
      • LINES ON STIRLING.
    • LINES ON STIRLING.
    • XIX.
      • THE REPROOF.
    • THE REPROOF.
    • XX.
      • THE REPLY.
    • THE REPLY.
    • XXI.
      • LINES
    • LINES
    • XXII.
      • EXTEMPORE IN THE COURT OF SESSION.
    • EXTEMPORE IN THE COURT OF SESSION.
    • XXIII.
      • THE HENPECKED HUSBAND.
    • THE HENPECKED HUSBAND.
    • XXIV.
      • WRITTEN AT INVERARY.
    • WRITTEN AT INVERARY.
    • XXV.
      • ON ELPHINSTON’S TRANSLATIONS.
        • MARTIAL’S EPIGRAMS.
      • MARTIAL’S EPIGRAMS.
    • ON ELPHINSTON’S TRANSLATIONS.
      • MARTIAL’S EPIGRAMS.
    • MARTIAL’S EPIGRAMS.
    • XXVI.
      • INSCRIPTION.
        • ON THE HEADSTONE OF FERGUSSON.
      • ON THE HEADSTONE OF FERGUSSON.
    • INSCRIPTION.
      • ON THE HEADSTONE OF FERGUSSON.
    • ON THE HEADSTONE OF FERGUSSON.
    • XXVII.
      • ON A SCHOOLMASTER.
    • ON A SCHOOLMASTER.
    • XXVIII.
      • A GRACE BEFORE DINNER.
    • A GRACE BEFORE DINNER.
    • XXIX.
      • A GRACE BEFORE MEAT.
    • A GRACE BEFORE MEAT.
    • XXX.
      • ON WAT.
    • ON WAT.
    • XXXI.
      • ON CAPTAIN FRANCIS GROSE.
    • ON CAPTAIN FRANCIS GROSE.
    • XXXII.
      • IMPROMPTU,
      • TO MISS AINSLIE.
    • IMPROMPTU,
    • TO MISS AINSLIE.
    • XXXIII.
      • THE KIRK OF LAMINGTON.
    • THE KIRK OF LAMINGTON.
    • XXXIV.
      • THE LEAGUE AND COVENANT.
    • THE LEAGUE AND COVENANT.
    • XXXV.
      • WRITTEN ON A PANE OF GLASS,
    • WRITTEN ON A PANE OF GLASS,
    • XXXVI.
      • SPOKEN,
    • SPOKEN,
    • XXXVII.
      • LINES ON MRS. KEMBLE.
    • LINES ON MRS. KEMBLE.
    • XXXVIII.
      • TO MR. SYME.
    • TO MR. SYME.
    • XXXIX.
      • TO MR. SYME.
    • TO MR. SYME.
    • XL.
      • A GRACE.
    • A GRACE.
    • XLI.
      • INSCRIPTION ON A GOBLET.
    • INSCRIPTION ON A GOBLET.
    • XLII.
      • THE INVITATION.
    • THE INVITATION.
    • XLIII.
      • THE CREED OF POVERTY.
    • THE CREED OF POVERTY.
    • XLIV.
      • WRITTEN IN A LADY’S POCKET-BOOK.
    • WRITTEN IN A LADY’S POCKET-BOOK.
    • XLV.
      • THE PARSON’S LOOKS.
    • THE PARSON’S LOOKS.
    • XLVI.
      • THE TOAD-EATER.
    • THE TOAD-EATER.
    • XLVII.
      • ON ROBERT RIDDEL.
    • ON ROBERT RIDDEL.
    • XLVIII.
      • THE TOAST.
    • THE TOAST.
    • XLIX.
      • THE MARQUIS.
    • THE MARQUIS.
    • L.
      • LINES
    • LINES
    • LI.
      • LINES
    • LINES
    • LII.
      • THE SELKIRK GRACE.
    • THE SELKIRK GRACE.
    • LIII.
      • TO DR. MAXWELL,
        • ON JESSIE STAIG’S RECOVERY.
      • ON JESSIE STAIG’S RECOVERY.
    • TO DR. MAXWELL,
      • ON JESSIE STAIG’S RECOVERY.
    • ON JESSIE STAIG’S RECOVERY.
    • LIV.
      • EPITAPH.
    • EPITAPH.
    • LV.
      • EPITAPH
      • ON WILLIAM NICOL.
    • EPITAPH
    • ON WILLIAM NICOL.
    • LVI.
      • ON THE DEATH OF A LAP-DOG,
        • NAMED ECHO.
      • NAMED ECHO.
    • ON THE DEATH OF A LAP-DOG,
      • NAMED ECHO.
    • NAMED ECHO.
    • LVII.
      • ON A NOTED COXCOMB.
    • ON A NOTED COXCOMB.
    • LVIII.
      • LORD GALLOWAY.
    • LORD GALLOWAY.
    • LIX.
      • ON THE SAME.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • LX.
      • ON THE SAME.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • LXI.
      • TO THE SAME,
    • TO THE SAME,
    • LXII.
      • ON A COUNTRY LAIRD.
    • ON A COUNTRY LAIRD.
    • LXIII.
      • ON JOHN BUSHBY.
    • ON JOHN BUSHBY.
    • LXIV.
      • THE TRUE LOYAL NATIVES.
    • THE TRUE LOYAL NATIVES.
    • LXV.
      • ON A SUICIDE.
    • ON A SUICIDE.
    • LXVI.
      • EXTEMPORE
        • PINNED ON A LADY’S COUCH.
      • PINNED ON A LADY’S COUCH.
    • EXTEMPORE
      • PINNED ON A LADY’S COUCH.
    • PINNED ON A LADY’S COUCH.
    • LXVII.
      • LINES
      • TO JOHN RANKINE.
    • LINES
    • TO JOHN RANKINE.
    • LXVIII.
      • JESSY LEWARS.
    • JESSY LEWARS.
    • LXIX.
      • THE TOAST.
    • THE TOAST.
    • LXX.
      • ON MISS JESSY LEWARS.
    • ON MISS JESSY LEWARS.
    • LXXI.
      • RECOVERY OF JESSY LEWARS.
    • RECOVERY OF JESSY LEWARS.
    • LXXII.
      • TAM, THE CHAPMAN.
    • TAM, THE CHAPMAN.
    • LXXIII.
    • LXXIV.
    • LXXV.
      • TO JOHN KENNEDY.
    • TO JOHN KENNEDY.
    • LXXVI.
      • TO JOHN KENNEDY.
    • TO JOHN KENNEDY.
    • LXXVII.
    • LXXVIII.
      • ON THE BLANK LEAF
      • WORK BY HANNAH MORE.
        • PRESENTED BY MRS C——.
      • PRESENTED BY MRS C——.
    • ON THE BLANK LEAF
    • WORK BY HANNAH MORE.
      • PRESENTED BY MRS C——.
    • PRESENTED BY MRS C——.
    • LXXIX.
      • TO THE MEN AND BRETHREN
      • MASONIC LODGE AT TARBOLTON.
    • TO THE MEN AND BRETHREN
    • MASONIC LODGE AT TARBOLTON.
    • LXXX.
      • IMPROMPTU.
    • IMPROMPTU.
    • LXXXI.
      • PRAYER FOR ADAM ARMOUR.
    • PRAYER FOR ADAM ARMOUR.
    • SONGS AND BALLADS.
    • I.
      • HANDSOME NELL.
    • HANDSOME NELL.
    • II.
      • LUCKLESS FORTUNE.
    • LUCKLESS FORTUNE.
    • III.
      • I DREAM’D I LAY.
    • I DREAM’D I LAY.
    • IV.
      • TIBBIE, I HAE SEEN THE DAY.
    • TIBBIE, I HAE SEEN THE DAY.
    • V.
      • MY FATHER WAS A FARMER.
    • MY FATHER WAS A FARMER.
    • VI.
      • JOHN BARLEYCORN:
        • A BALLAD.
      • A BALLAD.
    • JOHN BARLEYCORN:
      • A BALLAD.
    • A BALLAD.
    • VII.
      • THE RIGS O’ BARLEY.
    • THE RIGS O’ BARLEY.
    • VIII.
      • MONTGOMERY’S PEGGY.
    • MONTGOMERY’S PEGGY.
    • IX.
      • THE MAUCHLINE LADY.
    • THE MAUCHLINE LADY.
    • X.
      • THE HIGHLAND LASSIE.
    • THE HIGHLAND LASSIE.
    • XI.
      • PEGGY.
    • PEGGY.
    • XII.
      • THE RANTIN’ DOG, THE DADDIE O’T.
    • THE RANTIN’ DOG, THE DADDIE O’T.
    • XIII.
      • MY HEART WAS ANCE.
    • MY HEART WAS ANCE.
    • XIV.
      • NANNIE.
    • NANNIE.
    • XV.
      • A FRAGMENT.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • XVI.
      • BONNIE PEGGY ALISON.
    • BONNIE PEGGY ALISON.
    • XVII.
      • THERE’S NOUGHT BUT CARE.
    • THERE’S NOUGHT BUT CARE.
    • XVIII.
      • MY JEAN!
    • MY JEAN!
    • XIX.
      • ROBIN.
    • ROBIN.
    • XX.
      • HER FLOWING LOCKS.
    • HER FLOWING LOCKS.
    • XXI.
      • O LEAVE NOVELS.
    • O LEAVE NOVELS.
    • XXII.
      • YOUNG PEGGY.
    • YOUNG PEGGY.
    • XXIII.
      • THE CURE FOR ALL CARE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE CURE FOR ALL CARE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXIV.
      • ELIZA.
    • ELIZA.
    • XXV.
      • THE SONS OF OLD KILLIE.
    • THE SONS OF OLD KILLIE.
    • XXVI.
      • MENIE.
    • MENIE.
    • XXVII.
      • THE FAREWELL
        • BRETHREN OF ST. JAMES’S LODGE,
        • TARBOLTON.
      • BRETHREN OF ST. JAMES’S LODGE,
      • TARBOLTON.
    • THE FAREWELL
      • BRETHREN OF ST. JAMES’S LODGE,
      • TARBOLTON.
    • BRETHREN OF ST. JAMES’S LODGE,
    • TARBOLTON.
    • XXVIII.
      • ON CESSNOCK BANKS.
    • ON CESSNOCK BANKS.
    • XXIX.
      • MARY!
    • MARY!
    • XXX.
      • THE LASS OF BALLOCHMYLE.
    • THE LASS OF BALLOCHMYLE.
    • XXXI.
      • THE GLOOMY NIGHT.
    • THE GLOOMY NIGHT.
    • XXXII.
      • O WHAR DID YE GET
    • O WHAR DID YE GET
    • XXXIII.
      • THE JOYFUL WIDOWER.
    • THE JOYFUL WIDOWER.
    • XXXIV.
      • COME DOWN THE BACK STAIRS.
    • COME DOWN THE BACK STAIRS.
    • XXXV.
      • I AM MY MAMMY’S AE BAIRN.
    • I AM MY MAMMY’S AE BAIRN.
    • XXXVI.
      • BONNIE LASSIE, WILL YE GO.
    • BONNIE LASSIE, WILL YE GO.
    • XXXVII.
      • MACPHERSON’S FAREWELL.
    • MACPHERSON’S FAREWELL.
    • XXXVIII.
      • BRAW LADS OF GALLA WATER.
    • BRAW LADS OF GALLA WATER.
    • XXXIX.
      • STAY, MY CHARMER.
    • STAY, MY CHARMER.
    • XL.
      • THICKEST NIGHT, O’ERHANG MY DWELLING.
    • THICKEST NIGHT, O’ERHANG MY DWELLING.
    • XLI.
      • MY HOGGIE.
    • MY HOGGIE.
    • XLII.
      • HER DADDIE FORBAD.
    • HER DADDIE FORBAD.
    • XLIII
      • UP IN THE MORNING EARLY
    • UP IN THE MORNING EARLY
    • XLIV.
      • YOUNG HIGHLAND ROVER.
    • YOUNG HIGHLAND ROVER.
    • XLV.
      • HEY, THE DUSTY MILLER
    • HEY, THE DUSTY MILLER
    • XLVI.
      • THERE WAS A LASS.
    • THERE WAS A LASS.
    • XLVII.
      • THENIEL MENZIES’ BONNIE MARY.
    • THENIEL MENZIES’ BONNIE MARY.
    • XLVIII.
      • THE BANKS OF THE DEVON.
    • THE BANKS OF THE DEVON.
    • XLIX.
      • WEARY FA’ YOU, DUNCAN GRAY.
    • WEARY FA’ YOU, DUNCAN GRAY.
    • L.
      • THE PLOUGHMAN.
    • THE PLOUGHMAN.
    • LI.
      • LANDLADY, COUNT THE LAWIN.
    • LANDLADY, COUNT THE LAWIN.
    • LII.
      • RAVING WINDS AROUND HER BLOWING.
    • RAVING WINDS AROUND HER BLOWING.
    • LIII.
      • HOW LONG AND DREARY IS THE NIGHT.
    • HOW LONG AND DREARY IS THE NIGHT.
    • LIV.
      • MUSING ON THE ROARING OCEAN.
    • MUSING ON THE ROARING OCEAN.
    • LV.
      • BLITHE WAS SHE.
    • BLITHE WAS SHE.
    • LVI.
      • THE BLUDE RED ROSE AT YULE MAY BLAW.
    • THE BLUDE RED ROSE AT YULE MAY BLAW.
    • LVII.
      • COME BOAT ME O’ER TO CHARLIE.
    • COME BOAT ME O’ER TO CHARLIE.
    • LVIII.
      • A ROSE-BUD BY MY EARLY WALK.
    • A ROSE-BUD BY MY EARLY WALK.
    • LIX.
      • RATTLIN’, ROARIN’ WILLIE.
    • RATTLIN’, ROARIN’ WILLIE.
    • LX.
      • BRAVING ANGRY WINTER’S STORMS.
    • BRAVING ANGRY WINTER’S STORMS.
    • LXI.
      • TIBBIE DUNBAR.
    • TIBBIE DUNBAR.
    • LXII.
      • STREAMS THAT GLIDE IN ORIENT PLAINS.
    • STREAMS THAT GLIDE IN ORIENT PLAINS.
    • LXIII.
      • MY HARRY WAS A GALLANT GAY.
    • MY HARRY WAS A GALLANT GAY.
    • LXIV.
      • THE TAILOR.
    • THE TAILOR.
    • LXV.
      • SIMMER’S A PLEASANT TIME.
    • SIMMER’S A PLEASANT TIME.
    • LXVI.
      • BEWARE O’ BONNIE ANN.
    • BEWARE O’ BONNIE ANN.
    • LXVII.
      • WHEN ROSY MAY.
    • WHEN ROSY MAY.
    • LXVIII.
      • BLOOMING NELLY.
    • BLOOMING NELLY.
    • LXIX.
      • THE DAY RETURNS.
    • THE DAY RETURNS.
    • LXX.
      • MY LOVE SHE’S BUT A LASSIE YET.
    • MY LOVE SHE’S BUT A LASSIE YET.
    • LXXI.
      • JAMIE, COME TRY ME.
    • JAMIE, COME TRY ME.
    • LXXII.
      • MY BONNIE MARY.
    • MY BONNIE MARY.
    • LXXIII.
      • THE LAZY MIST.
    • THE LAZY MIST.
    • LXXIV.
      • THE CAPTAIN’S LADY.
    • THE CAPTAIN’S LADY.
    • LXXV.
      • OF A’ THE AIRTS THE WIND CAN BLAW
    • OF A’ THE AIRTS THE WIND CAN BLAW
    • LXXVI.
      • FIRST WHEN MAGGY WAS MY CARE.
    • FIRST WHEN MAGGY WAS MY CARE.
    • LXXVII.
      • O WERE I ON PARNASSUS HILL.
    • O WERE I ON PARNASSUS HILL.
    • LXXVIII.
      • THERE’S A YOUTH IN THIS CITY.
    • THERE’S A YOUTH IN THIS CITY.
    • LXXIX.
      • MY HEART’S IN THE HIGHLANDS.
    • MY HEART’S IN THE HIGHLANDS.
    • LXXX.
      • JOHN ANDERSON.
    • JOHN ANDERSON.
    • LXXXI.
      • OUR THRISSLES FLOURISHED FRESH AND FAIR.
    • OUR THRISSLES FLOURISHED FRESH AND FAIR.
    • LXXXII.
      • CA’ THE EWES.
    • CA’ THE EWES.
    • LXXXIII.
      • MERRY HAE I BEEN TEETHIN’ A HECKLE.
    • MERRY HAE I BEEN TEETHIN’ A HECKLE.
    • LXXXIV.
      • THE BRAES O’ BALLOCHMYLE.
    • THE BRAES O’ BALLOCHMYLE.
    • LXXXV.
      • TO MARY IN HEAVEN.
    • TO MARY IN HEAVEN.
    • LXXXVI.
      • EPPIE ADAIR.
    • EPPIE ADAIR.
    • LXXXVII.
      • THE BATTLE OF SHERIFF-MUIR.
    • THE BATTLE OF SHERIFF-MUIR.
    • LXXXVIII.
      • YOUNG JOCKEY.
    • YOUNG JOCKEY.
    • LXXXIX.
      • O WILLIE BREW’D.
    • O WILLIE BREW’D.
    • XC.
      • WHARE HAE YE BEEN.
    • WHARE HAE YE BEEN.
    • XCI.
      • I GAED A WAEFU’ GATE YESTREEN.
    • I GAED A WAEFU’ GATE YESTREEN.
    • XCII.
      • THE BANKS OF NITH.
    • THE BANKS OF NITH.
    • XCIII.
      • MY HEART IS A-BREAKING, DEAR TITTIE.
    • MY HEART IS A-BREAKING, DEAR TITTIE.
    • XCIV.
      • FRAE THE FRIENDS AND LAND I LOVE.
    • FRAE THE FRIENDS AND LAND I LOVE.
    • XCV.
      • SWEET CLOSES THE EVENING.
    • SWEET CLOSES THE EVENING.
    • XCVI.
      • COCK UP YOUR BEAVER.
    • COCK UP YOUR BEAVER.
    • XCVII.
      • MEIKLE THINKS MY LUVE.
    • MEIKLE THINKS MY LUVE.
    • XCVIII.
      • GANE IS THE DAY.
    • GANE IS THE DAY.
    • XCIX.
      • THERE’LL NEVER BE PEACE.
    • THERE’LL NEVER BE PEACE.
    • C.
      • HOW CAN I BE BLYTHE AND GLAD?
    • HOW CAN I BE BLYTHE AND GLAD?
    • CI.
      • I DO CONFESS THOU ART SAE FAIR.
    • I DO CONFESS THOU ART SAE FAIR.
    • CII.
      • YON WILD MOSSY MOUNTAINS.
    • YON WILD MOSSY MOUNTAINS.
    • CIII.
      • IT IS NA, JEAN, THY BONNIE FACE.
    • IT IS NA, JEAN, THY BONNIE FACE.
    • CIV.
      • WHEN I THINK ON THE HAPPY DAYS.
    • WHEN I THINK ON THE HAPPY DAYS.
    • CV.
      • WHAN I SLEEP I DREAM.
    • WHAN I SLEEP I DREAM.
    • CVI.
      • I MURDER HATE.
    • I MURDER HATE.
    • CVII.
      • O GUDE ALE COMES.
    • O GUDE ALE COMES.
    • CVIII.
      • ROBIN SHURE IN HAIRST.
    • ROBIN SHURE IN HAIRST.
    • CIX.
      • BONNIE PEG.
    • BONNIE PEG.
    • CX.
      • GUDEEN TO YOU, KIMMER.
    • GUDEEN TO YOU, KIMMER.
    • CXI.
      • AH, CHLORIS, SINCE IT MAY NA BE.
    • AH, CHLORIS, SINCE IT MAY NA BE.
    • CXII.
      • O SAW YE MY DEARIE.
    • O SAW YE MY DEARIE.
    • CXIII.
      • WHA IS THAT AT MY BOWER-DOOR.
    • WHA IS THAT AT MY BOWER-DOOR.
    • CXIV.
      • WHAT CAN A YOUNG LASSIE.
    • WHAT CAN A YOUNG LASSIE.
    • CXV.
      • THE BONNIE WEE THING.
    • THE BONNIE WEE THING.
    • CXVI.
      • THE TITHER MOON.
    • THE TITHER MOON.
    • CXVII.
      • AE FOND KISS.
    • AE FOND KISS.
    • CXVIII.
      • LOVELY DAVIES.
    • LOVELY DAVIES.
    • CXIX.
      • THE WEARY PUND O’ TOW.
    • THE WEARY PUND O’ TOW.
    • CXX.
      • NAEBODY.
    • NAEBODY.
    • CXXI.
      • O, FOR ANE-AND-TWENTY, TAM!
    • O, FOR ANE-AND-TWENTY, TAM!
    • CXXII.
      • O KENMURE’S ON AND AWA.
    • O KENMURE’S ON AND AWA.
    • CXXIII.
      • MY COLLIER LADDIE.
    • MY COLLIER LADDIE.
    • CXXIV.
      • NITHSDALE’S WELCOME HAME.
    • NITHSDALE’S WELCOME HAME.
    • CXXV.
      • AS I WAS A-WAND’RING.
    • AS I WAS A-WAND’RING.
    • CXXVI.
      • BESS AND HER SPINNING-WHEEL.
    • BESS AND HER SPINNING-WHEEL.
    • CXXVII.
      • O LUVE WILL VENTURE IN.
    • O LUVE WILL VENTURE IN.
    • CXXVIII.
      • COUNTRY LASSIE.
    • COUNTRY LASSIE.
    • CXXIX.
      • FAIR ELIZA.
    • FAIR ELIZA.
    • CXXX.
      • YE JACOBITES BY NAME.
    • YE JACOBITES BY NAME.
    • CXXXI.
      • THE BANKS OF DOON.
    • THE BANKS OF DOON.
    • CXXXII.
      • THE BANKS O’ DOON.
    • THE BANKS O’ DOON.
    • CXXXIII.
      • WILLIE WASTLE.
    • WILLIE WASTLE.
    • CXXXIV.
      • LADY MARY ANN.
    • LADY MARY ANN.
    • CXXXV.
      • SUCH A PARCEL OF ROGUES IN A NATION.
    • SUCH A PARCEL OF ROGUES IN A NATION.
    • CXXXVI.
      • THE CARLE OF KELLYBURN BRAES.
    • THE CARLE OF KELLYBURN BRAES.
    • CXXXVII.
      • JOCKEY’S TA’EN THE PARTING KISS.
    • JOCKEY’S TA’EN THE PARTING KISS.
    • CXXXVIII.
      • LADY ONLIE.
    • LADY ONLIE.
    • CXXXIX.
      • THE CHEVALIER’S LAMENT.
    • THE CHEVALIER’S LAMENT.
    • CXL.
      • SONG OF DEATH.
    • SONG OF DEATH.
    • CXLI.
      • FLOW GENTLY, SWEET AFTON.
    • FLOW GENTLY, SWEET AFTON.
    • CXLII.
      • THE SMILING SPRING.
    • THE SMILING SPRING.
    • CXLIII.
      • THE CARLES OF DYSART.
    • THE CARLES OF DYSART.
    • CXLIV.
      • THE GALLANT WEAVER.
    • THE GALLANT WEAVER.
    • CXLV.
      • THE BAIRNS GAT OUT.
    • THE BAIRNS GAT OUT.
    • CXLVI.
      • SHE’S FAIR AND FAUSE.
    • SHE’S FAIR AND FAUSE.
    • CXLVII.
      • THE EXCISEMAN.
    • THE EXCISEMAN.
    • CXLVIII.
      • THE LOVELY LASS OF INVERNESS.
    • THE LOVELY LASS OF INVERNESS.
    • CXLIX.
      • A RED, RED ROSE.
    • A RED, RED ROSE.
    • CL.
      • LOUIS, WHAT RECK I BY THEE.
    • LOUIS, WHAT RECK I BY THEE.
    • CLI.
      • HAD I THE WYTE.
    • HAD I THE WYTE.
    • CLII.
      • COMING THROUGH THE RYE.
    • COMING THROUGH THE RYE.
    • CLIII.
      • YOUNG JAMIE, PRIDE OF A’ THE PLAIN.
    • YOUNG JAMIE, PRIDE OF A’ THE PLAIN.
    • CLIV.
      • OUT OVER THE FORTH.
    • OUT OVER THE FORTH.
    • CLV.
      • THE LASS OF ECCLEFECHAN.
    • THE LASS OF ECCLEFECHAN.
    • CLVI.
      • THE COOPER O’ CUDDIE.
    • THE COOPER O’ CUDDIE.
    • CLVII.
      • SOMEBODY.
    • SOMEBODY.
    • CLVIII.
      • THE CARDIN’ O’T.
    • THE CARDIN’ O’T.
    • CLIX.
      • WHEN JANUAR’ WIND.
    • WHEN JANUAR’ WIND.
    • CLX.
      • SAE FAR AWA.
    • SAE FAR AWA.
    • CLXI.
      • I’LL AY CA’ IN BY YON TOWN.
    • I’LL AY CA’ IN BY YON TOWN.
    • CLXII.
      • O, WAT YE WHA’S IN YON TOWN.
    • O, WAT YE WHA’S IN YON TOWN.
    • CLXIII.
      • O MAY, THY MORN.
    • O MAY, THY MORN.
    • CLXIV.
      • LOVELY POLLY STEWART.
    • LOVELY POLLY STEWART.
    • CLXV.
      • THE HIGHLAND LADDIE.
    • THE HIGHLAND LADDIE.
    • CLXVI.
      • ANNA, THY CHARMS.
    • ANNA, THY CHARMS.
    • CLXVII.
      • CASSILLIS’ BANKS.
    • CASSILLIS’ BANKS.
    • CLXVIII.
      • TO THEE, LOVED NITH.
    • TO THEE, LOVED NITH.
    • CLXIX.
      • BANNOCKS O’ BARLEY.
    • BANNOCKS O’ BARLEY.
    • CLXX.
      • HEE BALOU.
    • HEE BALOU.
    • CLXXI.
      • WAE IS MY HEART.
    • WAE IS MY HEART.
    • CLXXII.
      • HERE’S HIS HEALTH IN WATER.
    • HERE’S HIS HEALTH IN WATER.
    • CLXXIII.
      • MY PEGGY’S FACE.
    • MY PEGGY’S FACE.
    • CLXXIV.
      • GLOOMY DECEMBER.
    • GLOOMY DECEMBER.
    • CLXXV.
      • MY LADY’S GOWN, THERE’S GAIRS UPON’T.
    • MY LADY’S GOWN, THERE’S GAIRS UPON’T.
    • CLXXVI.
      • AMANG THE TREES.
    • AMANG THE TREES.
    • CLXXVII.
      • THE GOWDEN LOCKS OF ANNA.
    • THE GOWDEN LOCKS OF ANNA.
    • CLXXVIII.
      • MY AIN KIND DEARIE O.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • MY AIN KIND DEARIE O.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CLXXIX.
      • TO MARY CAMPBELL.
    • TO MARY CAMPBELL.
    • CLXXX.
      • THE WINSOME WEE THING.
    • THE WINSOME WEE THING.
    • CLXXXI.
      • BONNIE LESLEY.
    • BONNIE LESLEY.
    • CLXXXII.
      • HIGHLAND MARY.
    • HIGHLAND MARY.
    • CLXXXIII.
      • AULD ROB MORRIS.
    • AULD ROB MORRIS.
    • CLXXXIV.
      • DUNCAN GRAY.
    • DUNCAN GRAY.
    • CLXXXV.
      • O POORTITH CAULD.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • O POORTITH CAULD.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CLXXXVI.
      • GALLA WATER.
    • GALLA WATER.
    • CLXXXVII.
      • LORD GREGORY.
    • LORD GREGORY.
    • CLXXXVIII.
      • MARY MORISON.
    • MARY MORISON.
    • CLXXXIX.
      • WANDERING WILLIE.
    • WANDERING WILLIE.
    • CXC.
      • WANDERING WILLIE.
    • WANDERING WILLIE.
    • CXCI.
      • OPEN THE DOOR TO ME, OH!
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • OPEN THE DOOR TO ME, OH!
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXCII.
      • JESSIE.
    • JESSIE.
    • CXCIII.
      • THE POOR AND HONEST SODGER.
    • THE POOR AND HONEST SODGER.
    • CXCIV.
      • MEG O’ THE MILL.
    • MEG O’ THE MILL.
    • CXCV.
      • BLYTHE HAE I BEEN.
    • BLYTHE HAE I BEEN.
    • CXCVI.
      • LOGAN WATER.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • LOGAN WATER.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXCVII.
      • THE RED, RED ROSE.
    • THE RED, RED ROSE.
    • CXCVIII.
      • BONNIE JEAN.
    • BONNIE JEAN.
    • CXCIX.
      • PHILLIS THE FAIR.
    • PHILLIS THE FAIR.
    • CC.
      • HAD I A CAVE.
    • HAD I A CAVE.
    • CCI.
    • CCII.
      • O WHISTLE, AND I’LL COME TO YOU.
    • O WHISTLE, AND I’LL COME TO YOU.
    • CCIII.
      • ADOWN WINDING NITH.
    • ADOWN WINDING NITH.
    • CCIV.
      • COME, LET ME TAKE THEE.
    • COME, LET ME TAKE THEE.
    • CCV.
      • DAINTY DAVIE.
    • DAINTY DAVIE.
    • CCVI.
      • BRUCE TO HIS MEN AT BANNOCKBURN.
    • BRUCE TO HIS MEN AT BANNOCKBURN.
    • CCVII.
      • BANNOCKBURN.
        • ROBERT BRUCE’S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY.
      • ROBERT BRUCE’S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY.
    • BANNOCKBURN.
      • ROBERT BRUCE’S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY.
    • ROBERT BRUCE’S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY.
    • CCVIII.
      • BEHOLD THE HOUR.
    • BEHOLD THE HOUR.
    • CCIX.
      • THOU HAST LEFT ME EVER.
    • THOU HAST LEFT ME EVER.
    • CCX.
      • AULD LANG SYNE.
    • AULD LANG SYNE.
    • CCXI.
      • FAIR JEANY.
    • FAIR JEANY.
    • CCXII.
      • DELUDED SWAIN, THE PLEASURE.
    • DELUDED SWAIN, THE PLEASURE.
    • CCXIII.
      • NANCY.
    • NANCY.
    • CCXIV.
      • HUSBAND, HUSBAND.
    • HUSBAND, HUSBAND.
    • CCXV.
      • WILT THOU BE MY DEARIE.
    • WILT THOU BE MY DEARIE.
    • CCXVI.
      • BUT LATELY SEEN.
    • BUT LATELY SEEN.
    • CCXVII.
      • TO MARY.
    • TO MARY.
    • CCXVIII.
      • HERE’S TO THY HEALTH, MY BONNIE LASS.
    • HERE’S TO THY HEALTH, MY BONNIE LASS.
    • CCXIX.
      • THE FAREWELL.
    • THE FAREWELL.
    • CCXX.
      • O STEER HER UP.
    • O STEER HER UP.
    • CCXXI.
      • O AY MY WIFE SHE DANG ME.
    • O AY MY WIFE SHE DANG ME.
    • CCXXII.
      • OH, WERT THOU IN THE CAULD BLAST.
    • OH, WERT THOU IN THE CAULD BLAST.
    • CCXXIII.
      • HERE IS THE GLEN.
    • HERE IS THE GLEN.
    • CCXXIV.
      • ON THE SEAS AND FAR AWAY.
    • ON THE SEAS AND FAR AWAY.
    • CCXXV.
      • CA’ THE YOWES.
    • CA’ THE YOWES.
    • CCXXVI.
      • SHE SAYS SHE LOVES ME BEST OF A’.
    • SHE SAYS SHE LOVES ME BEST OF A’.
    • CCXXVII.
      • SAW YE MY PHELY.
        • [QUASI DICAT PHILLIS.]
      • [QUASI DICAT PHILLIS.]
    • SAW YE MY PHELY.
      • [QUASI DICAT PHILLIS.]
    • [QUASI DICAT PHILLIS.]
    • CCXXVIII.
      • HOW LANG AND DREARY IS THE NIGHT.
    • HOW LANG AND DREARY IS THE NIGHT.
    • CCXXIX.
      • LET NOT WOMAN E’ER COMPLAIN.
    • LET NOT WOMAN E’ER COMPLAIN.
    • CCXXX.
      • THE LOVER’S MORNING SALUTE TO HIS MISTRESS.
    • THE LOVER’S MORNING SALUTE TO HIS MISTRESS.
    • CCXXXI.
      • CHLORIS.
    • CHLORIS.
    • CCXXXII.
      • CHLOE.
    • CHLOE.
    • CCXXXIII.
      • LASSIE WI’ THE LINT-WHITE LOCKS.
    • LASSIE WI’ THE LINT-WHITE LOCKS.
    • CCXXXIV.
      • FAREWELL, THOU STREAM.
    • FAREWELL, THOU STREAM.
    • CCXXXV.
      • O PHILLY, HAPPY BE THAT DAY.
    • O PHILLY, HAPPY BE THAT DAY.
    • CCXXXVI.
      • CONTENTED WI’ LITTLE.
    • CONTENTED WI’ LITTLE.
    • CCXXXVII.
      • CANST THOU LEAVE ME THUS.
    • CANST THOU LEAVE ME THUS.
    • CCXXXVIII.
      • MY NANNIE’S AWA.
    • MY NANNIE’S AWA.
    • CCXXXIX.
      • O WHA IS SHE THAT LOVES ME.
    • O WHA IS SHE THAT LOVES ME.
    • CCXL.
      • CALEDONIA.
    • CALEDONIA.
    • CCXLI.
      • O LAY THY LOOF IN MINE, LASS.
    • O LAY THY LOOF IN MINE, LASS.
    • CCXLII.
      • THE FETE CHAMPETRE.
    • THE FETE CHAMPETRE.
    • CCXLIII.
      • HERE’S A HEALTH.
    • HERE’S A HEALTH.
    • CCXLIV.
      • IS THERE, FOR HONEST POVERTY.
    • IS THERE, FOR HONEST POVERTY.
    • CCXLV.
      • CRAIGIE-BURN WOOD.
    • CRAIGIE-BURN WOOD.
    • CCXLVI.
      • O LASSIE, ART THOU SLEEPING YET.
    • O LASSIE, ART THOU SLEEPING YET.
    • CCXLVII.
      • O TELL NA ME O’ WIND AND RAIN.
    • O TELL NA ME O’ WIND AND RAIN.
    • CCXLVIII.
      • THE DUMFRIES VOLUNTEERS.
    • THE DUMFRIES VOLUNTEERS.
    • CCXLIX.
      • ADDRESS TO THE WOOD-LARK.
    • ADDRESS TO THE WOOD-LARK.
    • CCL.
      • ON CHLORIS BEING ILL.
    • ON CHLORIS BEING ILL.
    • CCLI.
      • CALEDONIA.
    • CALEDONIA.
    • CCLII.
      • ’TWAS NA HER BONNIE BLUE EEN.
    • ’TWAS NA HER BONNIE BLUE EEN.
    • CCLIII.
      • HOW CRUEL ARE THE PARENTS.
    • HOW CRUEL ARE THE PARENTS.
    • CCLIV.
      • MARK YONDER POMP.
    • MARK YONDER POMP.
    • CCLV.
      • THIS IS NO MY AIN LASSIE.
    • THIS IS NO MY AIN LASSIE.
    • CCLVI.
      • NOW SPRING HAS CLAD THE
      • GROVE IN GREEN.
    • NOW SPRING HAS CLAD THE
    • GROVE IN GREEN.
    • CCLVII.
      • O BONNIE WAS YON ROSY BRIER.
    • O BONNIE WAS YON ROSY BRIER.
    • CCLVIII.
      • FORLORN, MY LOVE, NO COMFORT NEAR.
    • FORLORN, MY LOVE, NO COMFORT NEAR.
    • CCLIX.
      • LAST MAY A BRAW WOOER.
    • LAST MAY A BRAW WOOER.
    • CCLX.
      • CHLORIS.
    • CHLORIS.
    • CCLXI.
      • THE HIGHLAND WIDOW’S LAMENT.
    • THE HIGHLAND WIDOW’S LAMENT.
    • CCLXII.
      • TO GENERAL DUMOURIER.
        • PARODY ON ROBIN ADAIR.
      • PARODY ON ROBIN ADAIR.
    • TO GENERAL DUMOURIER.
      • PARODY ON ROBIN ADAIR.
    • PARODY ON ROBIN ADAIR.
    • CCLXIII.
      • PEG-A-RAMSEY.
    • PEG-A-RAMSEY.
    • CCLXIV.
      • THERE WAS A BONNIE LASS.
    • THERE WAS A BONNIE LASS.
    • CCLXV.
      • O MALLY’S MEEK, MALLY’S SWEET.
    • O MALLY’S MEEK, MALLY’S SWEET.
    • CCLXVI.
      • HEY FOR A LASS WI’ A TOCHER.
    • HEY FOR A LASS WI’ A TOCHER.
    • CCLXVII.
      • JESSY.
    • JESSY.
    • CCLXVIII.
      • FAIREST MAID ON DEVON BANKS.
    • FAIREST MAID ON DEVON BANKS.
    • GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE.
    • I.
      • TO WILLIAM BURNESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO WILLIAM BURNESS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • II.
      • TO MR. JOHN MURDOCH,
        • STABLES-INN BUILDINGS, LONDON.
      • STABLES-INN BUILDINGS, LONDON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. JOHN MURDOCH,
      • STABLES-INN BUILDINGS, LONDON.
    • STABLES-INN BUILDINGS, LONDON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • III.
      • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
        • WRITER, MONTROSE.[143]
      • WRITER, MONTROSE.[143]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
      • WRITER, MONTROSE.[143]
    • WRITER, MONTROSE.[143]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • IV.
      • TO MISS E.
    • TO MISS E.
    • V.
      • TO MISS E.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MISS E.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • VI.
      • TO MISS E.
    • TO MISS E.
    • VII.
      • TO MISS E.
    • TO MISS E.
    • VIII.
      • TO ROBERT RIDDEL, ESQ.
        • OF GLENRIDDEL
      • OF GLENRIDDEL
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO ROBERT RIDDEL, ESQ.
      • OF GLENRIDDEL
    • OF GLENRIDDEL
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • IX.
      • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
        • MONTROSE.
      • MONTROSE.
    • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
      • MONTROSE.
    • MONTROSE.
    • X.
      • TO JAMES BURNESS,
        • MONTROSE.
      • MONTROSE.
    • TO JAMES BURNESS,
      • MONTROSE.
    • MONTROSE.
    • XI.
      • TO MISS——.
    • TO MISS——.
    • XII.
      • TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND,
        • OF EDINBURGH.
      • OF EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND,
      • OF EDINBURGH.
    • OF EDINBURGH.
    • XIII.
      • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY,
        • DUMFRIES HOUSE.
      • DUMFRIES HOUSE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY,
      • DUMFRIES HOUSE.
    • DUMFRIES HOUSE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XIV.
      • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR,
        • KILMARNOCK.
      • KILMARNOCK.
    • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR,
      • KILMARNOCK.
    • KILMARNOCK.
    • XV.
      • TO MR. AIKEN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. AIKEN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XVI.
      • TO MR. M’WHINNIE,
        • WRITER, AYR.
      • WRITER, AYR.
    • TO MR. M’WHINNIE,
      • WRITER, AYR.
    • WRITER, AYR.
    • XVII.
      • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.
    • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.
    • XVIII.
      • TO MON. JAMES SMITH,
        • MAUCHLINE.
      • MAUCHLINE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MON. JAMES SMITH,
      • MAUCHLINE.
    • MAUCHLINE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XIX.
      • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.
    • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.
    • XX.
      • TO MR. DAVID BRICE.
    • TO MR. DAVID BRICE.
    • XXI.
      • TO MR. ROBERT AIKEN.
    • TO MR. ROBERT AIKEN.
    • XXII.
      • TO JOHN RICHMOND,
        • EDINBURGH.
      • EDINBURGH.
    • TO JOHN RICHMOND,
      • EDINBURGH.
    • EDINBURGH.
    • XXIII.
      • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE,
        • OF AYR.
      • OF AYR.
    • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE,
      • OF AYR.
    • OF AYR.
    • XXIV.
      • TO MR. DAVID BRICE.
        • SHOEMAKER, GLASGOW.
      • SHOEMAKER, GLASGOW.
    • TO MR. DAVID BRICE.
      • SHOEMAKER, GLASGOW.
    • SHOEMAKER, GLASGOW.
    • XXV.
      • TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND.
    • TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND.
    • XXVI.
      • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR,
        • KILMARNOCK.
      • KILMARNOCK.
    • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR,
      • KILMARNOCK.
    • KILMARNOCK.
    • XXVII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
        • OF DUNLOP.
      • OF DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
      • OF DUNLOP.
    • OF DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXVIII.
      • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.
    • TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.
    • XXIX.
      • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
        • MONTROSE.
      • MONTROSE.
    • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
      • MONTROSE.
    • MONTROSE.
    • XXX.
      • TO MISS ALEXANDER.
    • TO MISS ALEXANDER.
    • XXXI.
      • TO MRS. STEWART,
        • OF STAIR AND AFTON.
      • OF STAIR AND AFTON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. STEWART,
      • OF STAIR AND AFTON.
    • OF STAIR AND AFTON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXXII.
      • IN THE NAME OF THE NINE. AMEN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • IN THE NAME OF THE NINE. AMEN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXXIII.
      • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.
    • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.
    • XXXIV.
      • TO DR. MACKENZIE,
        • MAUCHLINE;
      • MAUCHLINE;
    • TO DR. MACKENZIE,
      • MAUCHLINE;
    • MAUCHLINE;
    • XXXV.
      • TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.,
        • MAUCHLINE.
      • MAUCHLINE.
    • TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.,
      • MAUCHLINE.
    • MAUCHLINE.
    • XXXVI.
      • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.,
        • BANKER, AYR.
      • BANKER, AYR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.,
      • BANKER, AYR.
    • BANKER, AYR.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XXXVII.
      • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.
    • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.
    • XXXVIII.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM CHALMERS,
        • WRITER, AYR.
      • WRITER, AYR.
    • TO MR. WILLIAM CHALMERS,
      • WRITER, AYR.
    • WRITER, AYR.
    • XXXIX.
      • TO THE EARL OF EGLINTOUN.
    • TO THE EARL OF EGLINTOUN.
    • XL.
      • TO MR. GAVIN HAMILTON.
    • TO MR. GAVIN HAMILTON.
    • XLI.
      • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XLII.
      • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XLIII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • XLIV.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • XLV.
      • TO THE REV. G. LAURIE,
        • NEWMILLS, NEAR KILMARNOCK.
      • NEWMILLS, NEAR KILMARNOCK.
    • TO THE REV. G. LAURIE,
      • NEWMILLS, NEAR KILMARNOCK.
    • NEWMILLS, NEAR KILMARNOCK.
    • XLVI.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • XLVII.
      • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.
    • XLVIII.
      • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • XLIX.
      • TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • L.
      • TO MR. JAMES CANDLISH.
    • TO MR. JAMES CANDLISH.
    • LI.
      • TO ——.
    • TO ——.
    • LII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LIII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LIV.
      • TO MR. SIBBALD,
        • BOOKSELLER IN EDINBURGH.
      • BOOKSELLER IN EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. SIBBALD,
      • BOOKSELLER IN EDINBURGH.
    • BOOKSELLER IN EDINBURGH.
    • LV.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • LVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • LVII.
      • TO THE REV. DR. HUGH BLAIR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE REV. DR. HUGH BLAIR.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LVIII.
      • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • LIX.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM DUNBAR.
    • TO MR. WILLIAM DUNBAR.
    • LX.
      • TO JAMES JOHNSON.
    • TO JAMES JOHNSON.
    • LXI.
      • TO WILLIAM CREECH, ESQ.
        • Edinburgh.
      • Edinburgh.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO WILLIAM CREECH, ESQ.
      • Edinburgh.
    • Edinburgh.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXII.
      • TO MR. PATISON,
        • Bookseller, Paisley.
      • Bookseller, Paisley.
    • TO MR. PATISON,
      • Bookseller, Paisley.
    • Bookseller, Paisley.
    • LXIII.
      • TO W. NICOL, ESQ.,
        • Master of the High School, Edinburgh.
      • Master of the High School, Edinburgh.
    • TO W. NICOL, ESQ.,
      • Master of the High School, Edinburgh.
    • Master of the High School, Edinburgh.
    • LXIV.
      • TO MR. JAMES SMITH,
        • at Miller and Smith’s Office, Linlithgow.
      • at Miller and Smith’s Office, Linlithgow.
    • TO MR. JAMES SMITH,
      • at Miller and Smith’s Office, Linlithgow.
    • at Miller and Smith’s Office, Linlithgow.
    • LXV.
      • TO WILLIAM NICOL, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM NICOL, ESQ.
    • LXVI.
      • TO MR. JAMES CANDLISH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. JAMES CANDLISH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXVII.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • LXVIII.
      • TO WILLIAM NICOL, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM NICOL, ESQ.
    • LXIX.
      • TO WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK, ESQ.
        • ST. JAMES’S SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
      • ST. JAMES’S SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
    • TO WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK, ESQ.
      • ST. JAMES’S SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
    • ST. JAMES’S SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
    • LXX.
      • TO MR. JAMES SMITH.
        • Linlithgow.
      • Linlithgow.
    • TO MR. JAMES SMITH.
      • Linlithgow.
    • Linlithgow.
    • LXXI.
      • TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND.
    • TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND.
    • LXXII.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • LXXIII.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • LXXIV.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXXV.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.,
        • BERRYWELL DUNSE.
      • BERRYWELL DUNSE.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.,
      • BERRYWELL DUNSE.
    • BERRYWELL DUNSE.
    • LXXVI.
      • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.
    • TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.
    • LXXVII.
      • TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.
    • TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.
    • LXXVIII.
      • TO MR. WALKER,
        • BLAIR OF ATHOLE.
      • BLAIR OF ATHOLE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. WALKER,
      • BLAIR OF ATHOLE.
    • BLAIR OF ATHOLE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXXIX.
      • TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.
    • TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.
    • LXXX.
      • TO MISS MARGARET CHALMERS.
        • (NOW MRS. HAY.)
      • (NOW MRS. HAY.)
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MISS MARGARET CHALMERS.
      • (NOW MRS. HAY.)
    • (NOW MRS. HAY.)
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LXXXI.
      • TO MISS MARGARET CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS MARGARET CHALMERS.
    • LXXXII.
      • TO JAMES HOY, ESQ.
        • GORDON CASTLE
      • GORDON CASTLE
    • TO JAMES HOY, ESQ.
      • GORDON CASTLE
    • GORDON CASTLE
    • LXXXIII.
      • TO REV. JOHN SKINNER.
    • TO REV. JOHN SKINNER.
    • LXXXIV.
      • TO JAMES HOY, ESQ.
        • AT GORDON CASTLE, FOCHABERS.
      • AT GORDON CASTLE, FOCHABERS.
    • TO JAMES HOY, ESQ.
      • AT GORDON CASTLE, FOCHABERS.
    • AT GORDON CASTLE, FOCHABERS.
    • LXXXV.
      • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE,
        • EDINBURGH.
      • EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE,
      • EDINBURGH.
    • EDINBURGH.
    • LXXXVI.
      • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • LXXXVII.
      • TO JAMES DALRYMPLE, ESQ.
        • ORANGEFIELD.
      • ORANGEFIELD.
    • TO JAMES DALRYMPLE, ESQ.
      • ORANGEFIELD.
    • ORANGEFIELD.
    • LXXXVIII.
      • TO CHARLES HAY. ESQ.,
        • ADVOCATE.
      • ADVOCATE.
    • TO CHARLES HAY. ESQ.,
      • ADVOCATE.
    • ADVOCATE.
    • LXXXIX.
      • TO MISS M——N.
    • TO MISS M——N.
    • XC.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • XCI.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • XCII.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • XCIII.
      • TO SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD.
    • TO SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD.
    • XCIV.
      • TO MISS WILLIAMS,
        • ON READING HER POEM OF THE SLAVE-TRADE.
      • ON READING HER POEM OF THE SLAVE-TRADE.
    • TO MISS WILLIAMS,
      • ON READING HER POEM OF THE SLAVE-TRADE.
    • ON READING HER POEM OF THE SLAVE-TRADE.
    • XCV.
      • TO MR. RICHARD BROWN,
        • IRVINE.
      • IRVINE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. RICHARD BROWN,
      • IRVINE.
    • IRVINE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XCVI.
      • TO GAVIN HAMILTON.
    • TO GAVIN HAMILTON.
    • XCVII.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • XCVIII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • XCIX.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • C.
      • TO THE REV. JOHN SKINNER.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN SKINNER.
    • CI.
      • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • CII.
      • TO MRS. ROSE, OF KILRAVOCK.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. ROSE, OF KILRAVOCK.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CIII.
      • TO RICHARD BROWN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CIV.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK.
    • TO MR. WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK.
    • CV.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • CVI.
      • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • CVII.
      • TO MR. MUIR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. MUIR.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CVIII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CIX.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • CX.
      • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • CXI.
      • TO MR. ROBERT CLEGHORN.
    • TO MR. ROBERT CLEGHORN.
    • CXII.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM DUNBAR,
        • EDINBURGH.
      • EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. WILLIAM DUNBAR,
      • EDINBURGH.
    • EDINBURGH.
    • CXIII.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • CXIV.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • CXV.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • TO MISS CHALMERS.
    • CXVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXVII.
      • TO MR. JAMES SMITH,
        • Avon Printfield, Linlithgow.
      • Avon Printfield, Linlithgow.
    • TO MR. JAMES SMITH,
      • Avon Printfield, Linlithgow.
    • Avon Printfield, Linlithgow.
    • CXVIII.
      • TO PROFESSOR DUGALD STEWART.
    • TO PROFESSOR DUGALD STEWART.
    • CXIX.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXX.
      • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • CXXI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXXII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
        • At Mr. Dunlop’s, Haddington.
      • At Mr. Dunlop’s, Haddington.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
      • At Mr. Dunlop’s, Haddington.
    • At Mr. Dunlop’s, Haddington.
    • CXXIII.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • CXXIV.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • CXXV.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • CXXVI.
      • TO MR. GEORGE LOCKHART,
        • Merchant, Glasgow.
      • Merchant, Glasgow.
    • TO MR. GEORGE LOCKHART,
      • Merchant, Glasgow.
    • Merchant, Glasgow.
    • CXXVII.
      • TO MR. PETER HILL.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXVIII.
      • TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,
        • of Fintray.
      • of Fintray.
    • TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,
      • of Fintray.
    • of Fintray.
    • CXXIX.
      • TO WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK.
    • TO WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK.
    • CXXX.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXXI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXXXII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXXIII.
      • TO MR. BEUGO,
        • Engraver, Edinburgh.
      • Engraver, Edinburgh.
    • TO MR. BEUGO,
      • Engraver, Edinburgh.
    • Engraver, Edinburgh.
    • CXXXIV.
      • TO MISS CHALMERS,
        • Edinburgh.
      • Edinburgh.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MISS CHALMERS,
      • Edinburgh.
    • Edinburgh.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXXV.
      • TO MR. MORISON,
        • Mauchline.
      • Mauchline.
    • TO MR. MORISON,
      • Mauchline.
    • Mauchline.
    • CXXXVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
        • of Dunlop.
      • of Dunlop.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
      • of Dunlop.
    • of Dunlop.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXXXVII.
      • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • CXXXVIII.
      • TO THE EDITOR OF “THE STAR.”
    • TO THE EDITOR OF “THE STAR.”
    • CXXXIX.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
        • At Moreham Mains.
      • At Moreham Mains.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
      • At Moreham Mains.
    • At Moreham Mains.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXL.
      • TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON,
        • Engraver.
      • Engraver.
    • TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON,
      • Engraver.
    • Engraver.
    • CXLI.
      • TO DR. BLACKLOCK.
    • TO DR. BLACKLOCK.
    • CXLII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CXLIII.
      • TO MISS DAVIES.
    • TO MISS DAVIES.
    • CXLIV.
      • TO MR. JOHN TENNANT.
    • TO MR. JOHN TENNANT.
    • CXLV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXLVI.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • CXLVII.
      • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • CXLVIII.
      • TO PROFESSOR DUGALD STEWART.
    • TO PROFESSOR DUGALD STEWART.
    • CXLIX.
      • TO BISHOP GEDDES.
    • TO BISHOP GEDDES.
    • CL.
      • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS.
    • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS.
    • CLI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CLII.
      • TO THE REV. PETER CARFRAE.
    • TO THE REV. PETER CARFRAE.
    • CLIII.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • CLIV.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM BURNS.
    • TO MR. WILLIAM BURNS.
    • CLV.
      • TO MR. HILL.
    • TO MR. HILL.
    • CLVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP
    • CLVII.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM BURNS,
        • SADLER,
      • SADLER,
    • TO MR. WILLIAM BURNS,
      • SADLER,
    • SADLER,
    • CLVIII.
      • TO MRS. M’MURDO,
        • DRUMLANRIG.
      • DRUMLANRIG.
    • TO MRS. M’MURDO,
      • DRUMLANRIG.
    • DRUMLANRIG.
    • CLIX.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CLX.
      • TO MR. SAMUEL BROWN.
    • TO MR. SAMUEL BROWN.
    • CLXI.
      • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • TO RICHARD BROWN.
    • CLXII.
      • TO MR. JAMES HAMILTON.
    • TO MR. JAMES HAMILTON.
    • CLXIII.
      • TO WILLIAM CREECH, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM CREECH, ESQ.
    • CLXIV.
      • TO MR. M’AULEY.
    • TO MR. M’AULEY.
    • CLXV.
      • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • CLXVI.
      • TO MR. M’MURDO.
    • TO MR. M’MURDO.
    • CLXVII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CLXVIII.
      • TO MR. ——.
    • TO MR. ——.
    • CLXIX.
      • TO MISS WILLIAMS.
    • TO MISS WILLIAMS.
    • CLXX.
      • TO MR. JOHN LOGAN.
    • TO MR. JOHN LOGAN.
    • CLXXI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CLXXII.
      • TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL,
        • Carse.
      • Carse.
    • TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL,
      • Carse.
    • Carse.
    • CLXXIII.
      • TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL.
    • TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL.
    • CLXXIV.
      • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.
    • CLXXV.
      • TO MR. RICHARD BROWN.
    • TO MR. RICHARD BROWN.
    • CLXXVI.
      • TO R. GRAHAM, ESQ.
    • TO R. GRAHAM, ESQ.
    • CLXXVII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CLXXVIII.
      • TO LADY W[INIFRED] M[AXWELL] CONSTABLE.
    • TO LADY W[INIFRED] M[AXWELL] CONSTABLE.
    • CLXXIX.
      • TO PROVOST MAXWELL,
        • OF LOCHMABEN.
      • OF LOCHMABEN.
    • TO PROVOST MAXWELL,
      • OF LOCHMABEN.
    • OF LOCHMABEN.
    • CLXXX.
      • TO SIR JOHN SINCLAIR.
    • TO SIR JOHN SINCLAIR.
    • CLXXXI.
      • TO CHARLES SHARPE, ESQ.,
        • OF HODDAM.
      • OF HODDAM.
    • TO CHARLES SHARPE, ESQ.,
      • OF HODDAM.
    • OF HODDAM.
    • CLXXXII.
      • TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.
    • TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.
    • CLXXXIII.
      • TO MR. SUTHERLAND,
        • PLAYER.
      • PLAYER.
    • TO MR. SUTHERLAND,
      • PLAYER.
    • PLAYER.
    • CLXXXIV.
      • TO WILLIAM DUNBAR, W.S.
    • TO WILLIAM DUNBAR, W.S.
    • CLXXXV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CLXXXVI.
      • TO MR. PETER HILL,
        • BOOKSELLER, EDINBURGH.
      • BOOKSELLER, EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. PETER HILL,
      • BOOKSELLER, EDINBURGH.
    • BOOKSELLER, EDINBURGH.
    • CLXXXVII.
      • TO MR. W. NICOL.
    • TO MR. W. NICOL.
    • CLXXXVIII.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CLXXXIX.
      • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • CXC.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXCI.
      • TO COLLECTOR MITCHELL.
    • TO COLLECTOR MITCHELL.
    • CXCII.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • CXCIII.
      • TO MR. MURDOCH,
        • TEACHER OF FRENCH, LONDON.
      • TEACHER OF FRENCH, LONDON.
    • TO MR. MURDOCH,
      • TEACHER OF FRENCH, LONDON.
    • TEACHER OF FRENCH, LONDON.
    • CXCIV.
      • TO MR. M’MURDO.
    • TO MR. M’MURDO.
    • CXCV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CXCVI.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CXCVII.
      • TO DR. ANDERSON.
    • TO DR. ANDERSON.
    • CXCVIII.
      • TO WILLIAM TYTLER, ESQ.,
        • OF WOODHOUSELEE.
      • OF WOODHOUSELEE.
    • TO WILLIAM TYTLER, ESQ.,
      • OF WOODHOUSELEE.
    • OF WOODHOUSELEE.
    • CXCIX.
      • TO CRAUFORD TAIT, ESQ.,
        • EDINBURGH.
      • EDINBURGH.
    • TO CRAUFORD TAIT, ESQ.,
      • EDINBURGH.
    • EDINBURGH.
    • CC.
      • TO ——.
    • TO ——.
    • CCI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCII.
      • TO LADY W. M. CONSTABLE.
    • TO LADY W. M. CONSTABLE.
    • CCIII.
      • TO WILLIAM DUNBAR, W.S.
    • TO WILLIAM DUNBAR, W.S.
    • CCIV.
      • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • TO MR. PETER HILL.
    • CCV.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
        • ELEGY
      • ELEGY
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
      • ELEGY
    • ELEGY
    • CCVI.
      • TO A.F. TYTLER, ESQ.
    • TO A.F. TYTLER, ESQ.
    • CCVII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCVIII.
      • TO THE REV. ARCH. ALISON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE REV. ARCH. ALISON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCIX.
      • TO DR. MOORE.
    • TO DR. MOORE.
    • CCX.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCXI.
      • TO MR. ALEXANDER DALZEL,
        • FACTOR, FINDLAYSTON.
      • FACTOR, FINDLAYSTON.
    • TO MR. ALEXANDER DALZEL,
      • FACTOR, FINDLAYSTON.
    • FACTOR, FINDLAYSTON.
    • CCXII.
      • TO MRS. GRAHAM,
        • OF FINTRAY.
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • TO MRS. GRAHAM,
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • OF FINTRAY.
    • CCXIII.
      • TO MRS. GRAHAM,
        • OF FINTRAY.
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • TO MRS. GRAHAM,
      • OF FINTRAY.
    • OF FINTRAY.
    • CCXIV.
      • TO THE REV. G. BAIRD.
    • TO THE REV. G. BAIRD.
    • CCXV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXVI.
      • TO ——.
    • TO ——.
    • CCXVII.
      • TO ——.
    • TO ——.
    • CCXVIII.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCXIX.
      • TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.
    • TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.
    • CCXX.
      • TO MR. THOMAS SLOAN.
    • TO MR. THOMAS SLOAN.
    • CCXXI.
      • TO LADY E. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO LADY E. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCXXII.
      • TO MR. AINSLIE.
    • TO MR. AINSLIE.
    • CCXXIII.
      • TO COL. FULLARTON.
        • OF FULLARTON.
      • OF FULLARTON.
    • TO COL. FULLARTON.
      • OF FULLARTON.
    • OF FULLARTON.
    • CCXXIV.
      • TO MISS DAVIES.
    • TO MISS DAVIES.
    • CCXXV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXXVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXXVII.
      • TO MR. WILLIAM SMELLIE,
        • PRINTER.
      • PRINTER.
    • TO MR. WILLIAM SMELLIE,
      • PRINTER.
    • PRINTER.
    • CCXXVIII.
      • TO MR. W. NICOL.
    • TO MR. W. NICOL.
    • CCXXIX.
      • TO FRANCIS GROSE, ESQ., F.S.A.
    • TO FRANCIS GROSE, ESQ., F.S.A.
    • CCXXX.
      • TO FRANCIS GROSE, ESQ., F.S.A.
    • TO FRANCIS GROSE, ESQ., F.S.A.
    • CCXXXI.
      • TO MR. S. CLARKE,
        • EDINBURGH.
      • EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. S. CLARKE,
      • EDINBURGH.
    • EDINBURGH.
    • CCXXXII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXXXIII.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCXXXIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXXXV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXXXVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXXXVII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXXXVIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXXXIX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXL.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCXLI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXLII.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXLIII.
      • TO R. GRAHAM, ESQ.,
        • FINTRAY.
      • FINTRAY.
    • TO R. GRAHAM, ESQ.,
      • FINTRAY.
    • FINTRAY.
    • CCXLIV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXLV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCXLVI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCXLVII.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCXLVIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXLIX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCL.
      • TO MISS BENSON.
    • TO MISS BENSON.
    • CCLI.
      • TO PATRICK MILLER, ESQ.,
        • OF DALSWINTON.
      • OF DALSWINTON.
    • TO PATRICK MILLER, ESQ.,
      • OF DALSWINTON.
    • OF DALSWINTON.
    • CCLII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLV.
      • TO JOHN FRANCIS ERSKINE, ESQ.,
        • OF M A R.
      • OF M A R.
    • TO JOHN FRANCIS ERSKINE, ESQ.,
      • OF M A R.
    • OF M A R.
    • CCLVI.
      • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.
    • CCLVII.
      • TO MISS KENNEDY.
    • TO MISS KENNEDY.
    • CCLVIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLIX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCLXIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXVI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXVII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXVIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXIX.
      • TO MISS CRAIK.
    • TO MISS CRAIK.
    • CCLXX.
      • TO LADY GLENCAIRN.
    • TO LADY GLENCAIRN.
    • CCLXXI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCLXXIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXVI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXVII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXVIII.
      • TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.,
        • WITH A PARCEL.
      • WITH A PARCEL.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.,
      • WITH A PARCEL.
    • WITH A PARCEL.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCLXXIX.
      • TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.,
        • DRUMLANRIG.
      • DRUMLANRIG.
    • TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.,
      • DRUMLANRIG.
    • DRUMLANRIG.
    • CCLXXX.
      • TO CAPTAIN ——.
    • TO CAPTAIN ——.
    • CCLXXXI.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL,
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL,
    • CCLXXXII.
      • TO A LADY.
        • IN FAVOUR OF A PLAYER’S BENEFIT.
      • IN FAVOUR OF A PLAYER’S BENEFIT.
    • TO A LADY.
      • IN FAVOUR OF A PLAYER’S BENEFIT.
    • IN FAVOUR OF A PLAYER’S BENEFIT.
    • CCLXXXIII.
      • TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN,
        • With a Copy of Bruce’s Address to his Troops at Bannockburn.
      • With a Copy of Bruce’s Address to his Troops at Bannockburn.
    • TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN,
      • With a Copy of Bruce’s Address to his Troops at Bannockburn.
    • With a Copy of Bruce’s Address to his Troops at Bannockburn.
    • CCLXXXIV.
      • TO CAPTAIN MILLER,
        • DALSWINTON.
      • DALSWINTON.
    • TO CAPTAIN MILLER,
      • DALSWINTON.
    • DALSWINTON.
    • CCLXXXV.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCLXXXVI.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCLXXXVII.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCLXXXVIII.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCLXXXIX.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCXC.
      • TO JOHN SYME, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN SYME, ESQ.
    • CCXCI.
      • TO MISS ——.
    • TO MISS ——.
    • CCXCII.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCXCIII.
      • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.
    • CCXCIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXCV.
      • TO DAVID M’CULLOCH, ESQ.
    • TO DAVID M’CULLOCH, ESQ.
    • CCXCVI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCXCVII.
      • TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON.
    • TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON.
    • CCXCVIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCXCIX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCC.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
        • TO DR. MAXWELL,
      • TO DR. MAXWELL,
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • TO DR. MAXWELL,
    • TO DR. MAXWELL,
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCVI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCVII.
      • TO PETER MILLER, JUN., ESQ.,
        • OF DALSWINTON.
      • OF DALSWINTON.
    • TO PETER MILLER, JUN., ESQ.,
      • OF DALSWINTON.
    • OF DALSWINTON.
    • CCCVIII.
      • TO MR. SAMUEL CLARKE, JUN.,
        • DUMFRIES.
      • DUMFRIES.
    • TO MR. SAMUEL CLARKE, JUN.,
      • DUMFRIES.
    • DUMFRIES.
    • CCCIX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCCXII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXIV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCCXV.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXVI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXVII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXVIII.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCCXIX.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCCXX.
      • TO MISS LOUISA FONTENELLE.
    • TO MISS LOUISA FONTENELLE.
    • CCCXXI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
        • ADDRESS,
      • ADDRESS,
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
      • ADDRESS,
    • ADDRESS,
    • CCCXXII.
      • TO MR. ALEXANDER FINDLATER,
        • SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE, DUMFRIES.
      • SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE, DUMFRIES.
    • TO MR. ALEXANDER FINDLATER,
      • SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE, DUMFRIES.
    • SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE, DUMFRIES.
    • CCCXXIII.
      • TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.
    • TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.
    • CCCXXIV.
      • TO MR. HERON,
        • OF HERON.
      • OF HERON.
    • TO MR. HERON,
      • OF HERON.
    • OF HERON.
    • CCCXXV.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
        • IN LONDON.
      • IN LONDON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP,
      • IN LONDON.
    • IN LONDON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXXVI.
      • ADDRESS OF THE SCOTCH DISTILLERS
      • TO THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM PITT.
    • ADDRESS OF THE SCOTCH DISTILLERS
    • TO THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM PITT.
    • CCCXXVII.
      • TO THE HON. PROVOST, BAILIES, AND
      • TOWN COUNCIL OF DUMFRIES.
    • TO THE HON. PROVOST, BAILIES, AND
    • TOWN COUNCIL OF DUMFRIES.
    • CCCXXVIII.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL.
    • CCCXXIX.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCCXXX.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXXXI.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • CCCXXXII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXXXIII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXXXIV.
      • TO MRS. RIDDEL,
    • TO MRS. RIDDEL,
    • CCCXXXV.
      • TO MR. CLARKE,
        • SCHOOLMASTER, FORFAR.
      • SCHOOLMASTER, FORFAR.
    • TO MR. CLARKE,
      • SCHOOLMASTER, FORFAR.
    • SCHOOLMASTER, FORFAR.
    • CCCXXXVI.
      • TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON,
        • EDINBURGH.
      • EDINBURGH.
    • TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON,
      • EDINBURGH.
    • EDINBURGH.
    • CCCXXXVII.
      • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
    • CCCXXXVIII.
      • TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.
    • TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.
    • CCCXXXIX.
      • TO MR. JAMES ARMOUR,
        • MASON, MAUCHLINE.
      • MASON, MAUCHLINE.
    • TO MR. JAMES ARMOUR,
      • MASON, MAUCHLINE.
    • MASON, MAUCHLINE.
    • CCCXL.
      • TO MRS. BURNS.
    • TO MRS. BURNS.
    • CCCXLI.
      • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • TO MRS. DUNLOP.
    • CCCXLII.
      • TO MR. THOMSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MR. THOMSON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CCCXLIII.
      • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
        • WRITER, MONTROSE.
      • WRITER, MONTROSE.
    • TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,
      • WRITER, MONTROSE.
    • WRITER, MONTROSE.
    • CCCXLIV.
      • TO JAMES GRACIE, ESQ.
      • REMARKS
    • TO JAMES GRACIE, ESQ.
    • REMARKS
    • SCOTTISH SONGS AND BALLADS.
      • THE HIGHLAND QUEEN.
      • BESS THE GAWKIE.
      • OH, OPEN THE DOOR, LORD GREGORY.
      • THE BANKS OF THE TWEED.
      • THE BEDS OF SWEET ROSES.
      • ROSLIN CASTLE.
      • SAW YE JOHNNIE CUMMIN? QUO’ SHE.
      • CLOUT THE CALDRON.
      • SAW YE MY PEGGY.
      • THE FLOWERS OF EDINBURGH.
      • JAMIE GAY.
      • MY DEAR JOCKIE.
      • FYE, GAE RUB HER O’ER WI’ STRAE.
      • THE LASS O’ LIVISTON.
      • THE LAST TIME I CAME O’ER THE MOOR.
      • JOCKIE’S GRAY BREEKS.
      • THE HAPPY MARRIAGE.
      • THE LASS OF PATIE’S MILL.
      • THE TURNIMSPIKE.
      • HIGHLAND LADDIE.
      • THE GENTLE SWAIN.
      • HE STOLE MY TENDER HEART AWAY.
      • FAIREST OF THE FAIR.
      • THE BLAITHRIE O’T.
      • MAY EVE, OR KATE OF ABERDEEN.
      • TWEED SIDE.
      • THE POSY.
      • MARY’S DREAM.
      • THE MAID THAT TENDS THE GOATS.
      • I WISH MY LOVE WERE IN A MIRE.
      • ALLAN WATER.
      • THERE’S NAE LUCK ABOUT THE HOUSE.
      • TARRY WOO.
      • GRAMACHREE.
      • THE COLLIER’S BONNIE LASSIE.
      • MY AIN KIND DEARIE-O.
      • MARY SCOTT, THE FLOWER OF YARROW.
      • DOWN THE BURN, DAVIE.
      • BLINK O’ER THE BURN, SWEET BETTIE.
      • THE BLITHSOME BRIDAL.
      • JOHN HAY’S BONNIE LASSIE.
      • THE BONIE BRUCKET LASSIE.
      • SAE MERRY AS WE TWA HA’E BEEN.
      • THE BANKS OF FORTH.
      • THE BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR.
      • CROMLET’S LILT.
      • MY DEARIE, IF THOU DIE.
      • SHE ROSE AND LOOT ME IN.
      • GO TO THE EWE-BUGHTS, MARION.
      • LEWIS GORDON.
      • O HONE A RIE.
      • I’LL NEVER LEAVE THEE.
      • CORN RIGS ARE BONIE.
      • THE MUCKING OF GEORDIE’S BYRE.
      • BIDE YE YET.
      • WAUKIN O’ THE FAULD.
      • TRANENT-MUIR.
      • TO THE WEAVERS GIN YE GO.
      • POLWARTH ON THE GREEN.
      • STREPHON AND LYDIA.
      • I’M O’ER YOUNG TO MARRY YET.
      • M’PHERSON’S FAREWELL.
      • MY JO, JANET.
      • THE SHEPHERD’S COMPLAINT.
      • THE BIRKS OF ABERFELDY.
      • THE HIGHLAND LASSIE O.
      • FIFE, AND A’ THE LANDS ABOUT IT.
      • WERE NA MY HEART LIGHT I WAD DIE.
      • THE YOUNG MAN’S DREAM.
      • STRATHALLAN’S LAMENT.
      • UP IN THE MORNING EARLY.
      • THE TEARS OF SCOTLAND.
      • WHAT WILL I DO GIN MY HOGGIE DIE.
      • I DREAM’D I LAY WHERE FLOWERS WERE SPRINGING.
      • AH! THE POOR SHEPHERD’S MOURNFUL FATE.
      • THE BANKS OF THE DEVON.
      • MILL, MILL O.
      • WE RAN AND THEY RAN.
      • WALY, WALY.
      • DUNCAN GRAY.
      • DUMBARTON DRUMS.
      • CAULD KAIL IN ABERDEEN.
      • FOR LAKE OF GOLD.
      • HERE’S A HEALTH TO MY TRUE LOVE, &c.
      • HEY TUTTI TAITI.
      • RAVING WINDS AROUND HER BLOWING.
      • TAK YOUR AULD CLOAK ABOUT YE.
      • YE GODS, WAS STREPHON’S PICTURE BLEST?
      • SINCE ROBB’D OF ALL THAT CHARM’D MY VIEWS.
      • YOUNG DAMON.
      • KIRK WAD LET ME BE.
      • MUSING ON THE ROARING OCEAN.
      • BLYTHE WAS SHE.
      • JOHNNIE FAA, OR THE GYPSIE LADDIE.
      • TO DAUNTON ME.
      • THE BONNIE LASS MADE THE BED TO ME.
      • ABSENCE.
      • I HAD A HORSE AND I HAD NAE MAIR.
      • UP AND WARN A’ WILLIE.
      • A ROSE-BUD BY MY EARLY WALK.
      • AULD ROB MORRIS.
      • RATTLIN, ROARIN WILLIE.
      • WHERE BRAVING ANGRY WINTER STORMS.
      • TIBBIE, I HAE SEEN THE DAY.
      • NANCY’S GHOST.
      • TUNE YOUR FIDDLES, ETC.
      • GILL MORICE.
      • TIBBIE DUNBAR.
      • WHEN I UPON THY BOSOM LEAN.
      • MY HARRY WAS A GALLANT GAY.
      • THE HIGHLAND CHARACTER.
      • LEADER-HAUGHS AND YARROW.
      • THE TAILOR FELL THRO’ THE BED, THIMBLE AN’ A’.
      • BEWARE O’ BONNIE ANN.
      • THIS IS NO MINE AIN HOUSE.
      • LADDIE, LIE NEAR ME.
      • THE GARDENER AND HIS PAIDLE.
      • THE DAY RETURNS, MY BOSOM BURNS.
      • THE GABERLUNZIE MAN.
      • MY BONNIE MARY.
      • THE BLACK EAGLE.
      • JAMIE, COME TRY ME.
      • THE LAZY MIST.
      • JOHNIE COPE.
      • I LOVE MY JEAN.
      • CEASE, CEASE, MY DEAR FRIEND, TO EXPLORE.
      • AULD ROBIN GRAY.
      • DONALD AND FLORA.
      • O WERE I ON PARNASSUS’ HILL.
      • THE CAPTIVE ROBIN.
      • THERE’S A YOUTH IN THIS CITY.
      • MY HEART’S IN THE HIGHLANDS.
      • CA’ THE EWES AND THE KNOWES.
      • THE BRIDAL O’T.
      • TODLEN HAME.
      • THE BRAES O’ BALLOCHMYLE.
      • THE RANTIN’ DOG, THE DADDIE O’T.
      • THE SHEPHERD’S PREFERENCE.
      • THE BONIE BANKS OF AYR.
      • JOHN O’ BADENYON.
      • A WAUKRIFE MINNIE.
      • TULLOCHGORUM.
      • FOR A’ THAT AND A’ THAT.
      • AULD LANG SYNE.
      • WILLIE BREW’D A PECK O’ MAUT.
      • KILLIECRANKIE.
      • THE EWIE WI’ THE CROOKED HORN.
      • CRAIGIE-BURN WOOD.
      • FRAE THE FRIENDS AND LAND I LOVE.
      • HUGHIE GRAHAM
      • A SOUTHLAND JENNY.
      • MY TOCHER’S THE JEWEL.
      • THEN, GUID WIFE, COUNT THE LAWIN’.
      • THERE’LL NEVER BE PEACE TILL JAMIE COMES HAME.
      • I DO CONFESS THOU ART SAE FAIR.
      • THE SODGER LADDIE.
      • WHERE WAD BONNIE ANNIE LIE.
      • GALLOWAY TAM.
      • AS I CAM DOWN BY YON CASTLE WA.
      • LORD RONALD MY SON.
      • O’ER THE MOOR AMANG THE HEATHER.
      • TO THE ROSE-BUD.
      • YON WILD MOSSY MOUNTAINS.
      • IT IS NA, JEAN, THY BONNIE FACE.
      • EPPIE M’NAB.
      • WHA IS THAT AT MY BOWER DOOR.
      • THOU ART GANE AWA.
      • THE TEARS I SHED MUST EVER FALL.
      • THE BONIE WEE THING.
      • THE TITHER MORN.
      • A MOTHER’S LAMENT FOR THE DEATH OF HER SON.
      • DAINTIE DAVIE.
      • BOB O’ DUMBLANE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HIGHLAND QUEEN.
    • BESS THE GAWKIE.
    • OH, OPEN THE DOOR, LORD GREGORY.
    • THE BANKS OF THE TWEED.
    • THE BEDS OF SWEET ROSES.
    • ROSLIN CASTLE.
    • SAW YE JOHNNIE CUMMIN? QUO’ SHE.
    • CLOUT THE CALDRON.
    • SAW YE MY PEGGY.
    • THE FLOWERS OF EDINBURGH.
    • JAMIE GAY.
    • MY DEAR JOCKIE.
    • FYE, GAE RUB HER O’ER WI’ STRAE.
    • THE LASS O’ LIVISTON.
    • THE LAST TIME I CAME O’ER THE MOOR.
    • JOCKIE’S GRAY BREEKS.
    • THE HAPPY MARRIAGE.
    • THE LASS OF PATIE’S MILL.
    • THE TURNIMSPIKE.
    • HIGHLAND LADDIE.
    • THE GENTLE SWAIN.
    • HE STOLE MY TENDER HEART AWAY.
    • FAIREST OF THE FAIR.
    • THE BLAITHRIE O’T.
    • MAY EVE, OR KATE OF ABERDEEN.
    • TWEED SIDE.
    • THE POSY.
    • MARY’S DREAM.
    • THE MAID THAT TENDS THE GOATS.
    • I WISH MY LOVE WERE IN A MIRE.
    • ALLAN WATER.
    • THERE’S NAE LUCK ABOUT THE HOUSE.
    • TARRY WOO.
    • GRAMACHREE.
    • THE COLLIER’S BONNIE LASSIE.
    • MY AIN KIND DEARIE-O.
    • MARY SCOTT, THE FLOWER OF YARROW.
    • DOWN THE BURN, DAVIE.
    • BLINK O’ER THE BURN, SWEET BETTIE.
    • THE BLITHSOME BRIDAL.
    • JOHN HAY’S BONNIE LASSIE.
    • THE BONIE BRUCKET LASSIE.
    • SAE MERRY AS WE TWA HA’E BEEN.
    • THE BANKS OF FORTH.
    • THE BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR.
    • CROMLET’S LILT.
    • MY DEARIE, IF THOU DIE.
    • SHE ROSE AND LOOT ME IN.
    • GO TO THE EWE-BUGHTS, MARION.
    • LEWIS GORDON.
    • O HONE A RIE.
    • I’LL NEVER LEAVE THEE.
    • CORN RIGS ARE BONIE.
    • THE MUCKING OF GEORDIE’S BYRE.
    • BIDE YE YET.
    • WAUKIN O’ THE FAULD.
    • TRANENT-MUIR.
    • TO THE WEAVERS GIN YE GO.
    • POLWARTH ON THE GREEN.
    • STREPHON AND LYDIA.
    • I’M O’ER YOUNG TO MARRY YET.
    • M’PHERSON’S FAREWELL.
    • MY JO, JANET.
    • THE SHEPHERD’S COMPLAINT.
    • THE BIRKS OF ABERFELDY.
    • THE HIGHLAND LASSIE O.
    • FIFE, AND A’ THE LANDS ABOUT IT.
    • WERE NA MY HEART LIGHT I WAD DIE.
    • THE YOUNG MAN’S DREAM.
    • STRATHALLAN’S LAMENT.
    • UP IN THE MORNING EARLY.
    • THE TEARS OF SCOTLAND.
    • WHAT WILL I DO GIN MY HOGGIE DIE.
    • I DREAM’D I LAY WHERE FLOWERS WERE SPRINGING.
    • AH! THE POOR SHEPHERD’S MOURNFUL FATE.
    • THE BANKS OF THE DEVON.
    • MILL, MILL O.
    • WE RAN AND THEY RAN.
    • WALY, WALY.
    • DUNCAN GRAY.
    • DUMBARTON DRUMS.
    • CAULD KAIL IN ABERDEEN.
    • FOR LAKE OF GOLD.
    • HERE’S A HEALTH TO MY TRUE LOVE, &c.
    • HEY TUTTI TAITI.
    • RAVING WINDS AROUND HER BLOWING.
    • TAK YOUR AULD CLOAK ABOUT YE.
    • YE GODS, WAS STREPHON’S PICTURE BLEST?
    • SINCE ROBB’D OF ALL THAT CHARM’D MY VIEWS.
    • YOUNG DAMON.
    • KIRK WAD LET ME BE.
    • MUSING ON THE ROARING OCEAN.
    • BLYTHE WAS SHE.
    • JOHNNIE FAA, OR THE GYPSIE LADDIE.
    • TO DAUNTON ME.
    • THE BONNIE LASS MADE THE BED TO ME.
    • ABSENCE.
    • I HAD A HORSE AND I HAD NAE MAIR.
    • UP AND WARN A’ WILLIE.
    • A ROSE-BUD BY MY EARLY WALK.
    • AULD ROB MORRIS.
    • RATTLIN, ROARIN WILLIE.
    • WHERE BRAVING ANGRY WINTER STORMS.
    • TIBBIE, I HAE SEEN THE DAY.
    • NANCY’S GHOST.
    • TUNE YOUR FIDDLES, ETC.
    • GILL MORICE.
    • TIBBIE DUNBAR.
    • WHEN I UPON THY BOSOM LEAN.
    • MY HARRY WAS A GALLANT GAY.
    • THE HIGHLAND CHARACTER.
    • LEADER-HAUGHS AND YARROW.
    • THE TAILOR FELL THRO’ THE BED, THIMBLE AN’ A’.
    • BEWARE O’ BONNIE ANN.
    • THIS IS NO MINE AIN HOUSE.
    • LADDIE, LIE NEAR ME.
    • THE GARDENER AND HIS PAIDLE.
    • THE DAY RETURNS, MY BOSOM BURNS.
    • THE GABERLUNZIE MAN.
    • MY BONNIE MARY.
    • THE BLACK EAGLE.
    • JAMIE, COME TRY ME.
    • THE LAZY MIST.
    • JOHNIE COPE.
    • I LOVE MY JEAN.
    • CEASE, CEASE, MY DEAR FRIEND, TO EXPLORE.
    • AULD ROBIN GRAY.
    • DONALD AND FLORA.
    • O WERE I ON PARNASSUS’ HILL.
    • THE CAPTIVE ROBIN.
    • THERE’S A YOUTH IN THIS CITY.
    • MY HEART’S IN THE HIGHLANDS.
    • CA’ THE EWES AND THE KNOWES.
    • THE BRIDAL O’T.
    • TODLEN HAME.
    • THE BRAES O’ BALLOCHMYLE.
    • THE RANTIN’ DOG, THE DADDIE O’T.
    • THE SHEPHERD’S PREFERENCE.
    • THE BONIE BANKS OF AYR.
    • JOHN O’ BADENYON.
    • A WAUKRIFE MINNIE.
    • TULLOCHGORUM.
    • FOR A’ THAT AND A’ THAT.
    • AULD LANG SYNE.
    • WILLIE BREW’D A PECK O’ MAUT.
    • KILLIECRANKIE.
    • THE EWIE WI’ THE CROOKED HORN.
    • CRAIGIE-BURN WOOD.
    • FRAE THE FRIENDS AND LAND I LOVE.
    • HUGHIE GRAHAM
    • A SOUTHLAND JENNY.
    • MY TOCHER’S THE JEWEL.
    • THEN, GUID WIFE, COUNT THE LAWIN’.
    • THERE’LL NEVER BE PEACE TILL JAMIE COMES HAME.
    • I DO CONFESS THOU ART SAE FAIR.
    • THE SODGER LADDIE.
    • WHERE WAD BONNIE ANNIE LIE.
    • GALLOWAY TAM.
    • AS I CAM DOWN BY YON CASTLE WA.
    • LORD RONALD MY SON.
    • O’ER THE MOOR AMANG THE HEATHER.
    • TO THE ROSE-BUD.
    • YON WILD MOSSY MOUNTAINS.
    • IT IS NA, JEAN, THY BONNIE FACE.
    • EPPIE M’NAB.
    • WHA IS THAT AT MY BOWER DOOR.
    • THOU ART GANE AWA.
    • THE TEARS I SHED MUST EVER FALL.
    • THE BONIE WEE THING.
    • THE TITHER MORN.
    • A MOTHER’S LAMENT FOR THE DEATH OF HER SON.
    • DAINTIE DAVIE.
    • BOB O’ DUMBLANE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE BORDER TOUR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HIGHLAND TOUR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE POET’S ASSIGNMENT OF HIS WORKS.
    • GLOSSARY.
      • THE END.
    • THE END.
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