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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

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Table of Contents

EPITAPHS, EPIGRAMS, FRAGMENTS, &c.

SONGS AND BALLADS.

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE.

LIFE OF ROBERT BURNS.

PREFACE.

THE

POETICAL WORKS

OF

ROBERT BURNS.

I.

WINTER.

A DIRGE.

II.

POOR MAILIE,

III.

POOR MAILIE’S ELEGY.

IV.

FIRST EPISTLE TO DAVIE,

V.

SECOND EPISTLE TO DAVIE,

VI.

ADDRESS TO THE DEIL

VII.

AULD MARE MAGGIE,

VIII.

TO A HAGGIS.

IX.

A PRAYER,

X.

A PRAYER

XI.

STANZAS

XII.

A WINTER NIGHT.

XIII.

REMORSE.

XIV.

THE JOLLY BEGGARS.

XV.

DEATH AND DR. HORNBOOK.

XVI.

THE HOLY TULZIE.

XVII.

HOLY WILLIE’S PRAYER.

XVIII.

EPITAPH ON HOLY WILLIE.

XIX.

THE INVENTORY;

XX.

THE HOLY FAIR.

XXI.

THE ORDINATION.

XXII.

THE CALF.

XXIII.

TO JAMES SMITH.

XXIV.

THE VISION.

XXV.

HALLOWEEN. [28]

XXVI.

MAN WAS MADE TO MOURN.

XXVII.

TO RUIN.

XXVIII.

JOHN GOUDIE OF KILMARNOCK.

XXIX.

J. LAPRAIK.

XXX.

J. LAPRAIK.

XXXI.

J. LAPRAIK.

XXXII.

WILLIAM SIMPSON,

XXXIII.

ILLEGITIMATE CHILD.

XXXIV.

NATURE’S LAW.

XXXV.

TO THE REV. JOHN M’MATH.

XXXVI.

TO A MOUSE,

XXXVII.

SCOTCH DRINK.

XXXVIII.

EARNEST CRY AND PRAYER

XXXIX.

ADDRESS TO THE UNCO GUID,

XL.

TAM SAMSON’S ELEGY. [49]

XLI.

FRIEND’S AMOUR.

XLII.

DESPONDENCY.

XLIII.

COTTER’S SATURDAY NIGHT.

XLIV.

THE FIRST PSALM.

XLV.

THE FIRST SIX VERSES

XLVI.

TO A MOUNTAIN DAISY,

XLVII.

EPISTLE TO A YOUNG FRIEND.

XLVIII.

TO A LOUSE,

XLIX.

EPISTLE TO J. RANKINE,

L.

ON A SCOTCH BARD,

LI.

THE FAREWELL.

LII.

WRITTEN

LIII.

GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.

LIV.

ELEGY

LV.

LETTER TO JAMES TENNANT,

LVI.

BIRTH OF A POSTHUMOUS CHILD.

LVII.

TO MISS CRUIKSHANK,

LVIII.

WILLIE CHALMERS.

LIX.

VERSES

LX.

TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.,

LXI.

TO MR. M’ADAM,

LXII.

ANSWER TO A POETICAL EPISTLE

LXIII.

TO J. RANKINE.

LXIV.

LINES

LXV.

A DREAM.

LXVI.

A BARD’S EPITAPH.

LXVII.

THE TWA DOGS.

LXVIII.

LINES

LXIX.

ADDRESS TO EDINBURGH.

LXX.

EPISTLE TO MAJOR LOGAN.

LXXI.

THE BRIGS OF AYR,

LXXII.

THE DEATH OF ROBERT DUNDAS, ESQ.,

LXXIII.

THE DEATH OF JOHN M’LEOD, ESQ.

LXXIV.

TO MISS LOGAN,

LXXV.

THE AMERICAN WAR.

LXXVI.

THE DEAN OF FACULTY.

LXXVII.

TO A LADY,

LXXVIII.

TO CLARINDA.

LXXIX.

VERSES

LXXX.

PROLOGUE

LXXXI.

SKETCH.

LXXXII.

TO MRS. SCOTT,

LXXXIII.

EPISTLE TO WILLIAM CREECH.

LXXXIV.

HUMBLE PETITION OF BRUAR WATER

LXXXV.

ON SCARING SOME WATER-FOWL

LXXXVI.

WRITTEN WITH A PENCIL,

LXXXVII.

STANDING BY THE FALL OF FYERS,

LXXXVIII.

TO MR. W. TYTLER,

LXXXIX.

FRIARS-CARSE HERMITAGE,

XC.

FRIARS-CARSE HERMITAGE,

XCI.

TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL,

XCII.

A MOTHER’S LAMENT

XCIII.

TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.

XCIV.

SIR JAMES HUNTER BLAIR.

XCV.

EPISTLE TO HUGH PARKER.

XCVI.

LINES

A NOBLE EARL’S PICTURE.

XCVII.

ELEGY

XCVIII.

ADDRESS TO THE TOOTHACHE.

XCIX.

ODE

MRS. OSWALD,

C.

TO THE RIGHT HON. C.J. FOX.

CI.

A WOUNDED HARE

CII.

TO DR. BLACKLOCK,

CIII.

DELIA.

CIV.

TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.

CV.

PROLOGUE,

CVI.

SCOTS PROLOGUE,

CVII.

NEW YEAR’S DAY.

CVIII.

TO A GENTLEMAN

CIX.

THE KIRK’S ALARM; [76]

CX.

THE KIRK’S ALARM.

CXI.

PEG NICHOLSON.

CXII.

CAPTAIN MATTHEW HENDERSON,

CXIII.

THE FIVE CARLINS.

CXIV.

THE LADDIES BY THE BANKS O’ NITH.

CXV.

EPISTLE TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.

CXVI.

CAPTAIN GROSE’S

CXVII.

A LETTER TO CAPTAIN GROSE.

CXVIII.

TAM O’ SHANTER.

CXIX.

ADDRESS OF BEELZEBUB

CXX.

JOHN TAYLOR.

CXXI.

MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS,

CXXII.

THE WHISTLE.

CXXIII.

MISS BURNET,

CXXIV.

JAMES, EARL OF GLENCAIRN.

CXXV.

SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD, BART.,

CXXVI.

THE SHADE OF THOMSON,

CXXVII.

ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,

CXXVIII.

ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,

CXXIX.

A VISION.

CXXX.

JOHN MAXWELL OF TERRAUGHTY,

CXXXI.

THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN.

CXXXII.

MONODY,

CXXXIII.

ESOPUS TO MARIA.

CXXXIV.

ON PASTORAL POETRY.

CXXXV.

SONNET,

CXXXVI.

DEATH OF ROBERT RIDDEL, ESQ.

CXXXVII.

ON MRS. R——’S BIRTHDAY.

CXXXVIII.

LIBERTY.

CXXXIX.

TO A YOUNG LADY.

CXL.

THE VOWELS.

CXLI.

TO JOHN RANKINE.

CXLII.

ON SENSIBILITY.

CXLIII.

LINES,

CXLIV.

ADDRESS,

CXLV.

SEEING MISS FONTENELLE

CXLVI.

TO CHLORIS.

CXLVII.

POETICAL INSCRIPTION

CXLVIII.

THE HERON BALLADS.

CXLIX.

THE HERON BALLADS.

CL.

THE HERON BALLADS.

CLI.

POEM,

CLII.

MISS JESSY LEWARS,

CLIII.

COLONEL DE PEYSTER.

EPITAPHS, EPIGRAMS, FRAGMENTS,

I.

ON THE AUTHOR’S FATHER.

II.

ON R.A., ESQ.

III.

ON A FRIEND.

IV.

FOR GAVIN HAMILTON.

V.

ON WEE JOHNNY.

VI.

ON JOHN DOVE,

VII.

ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.

VIII.

ON A CELEBRATED RULING ELDER.

IX.

ON A NOISY POLEMIC.

X.

ON MISS JEAN SCOTT.

XI.

ON A HENPECKED COUNTRY SQUIRE.

XII.

ON THE SAME.

XIII.

ON THE SAME.

XIV.

THE HIGHLAND WELCOME.

XV.

ON WILLIAM SMELLIE.

XVI.

VERSES

XVII.

THE BOOK-WORMS.

XVIII.

LINES ON STIRLING.

XIX.

THE REPROOF.

XX.

THE REPLY.

XXI.

LINES

XXII.

EXTEMPORE IN THE COURT OF SESSION.

XXIII.

THE HENPECKED HUSBAND.

XXIV.

WRITTEN AT INVERARY.

XXV.

ON ELPHINSTON’S TRANSLATIONS.

XXVI.

INSCRIPTION.

XXVII.

ON A SCHOOLMASTER.

XXVIII.

A GRACE BEFORE DINNER.

XXIX.

A GRACE BEFORE MEAT.

XXX.

ON WAT.

XXXI.

ON CAPTAIN FRANCIS GROSE.

XXXII.

TO MISS AINSLIE.

XXXIII.

THE KIRK OF LAMINGTON.

XXXIV.

THE LEAGUE AND COVENANT.

XXXV.

WRITTEN ON A PANE OF GLASS,

XXXVI.

SPOKEN,

XXXVII.

LINES ON MRS. KEMBLE.

XXXVIII.

TO MR. SYME.

XXXIX.

XL.

A GRACE.

XLI.

INSCRIPTION ON A GOBLET.

XLII.

THE INVITATION.

XLIII.

THE CREED OF POVERTY.

XLIV.

WRITTEN IN A LADY’S POCKET-BOOK.

XLV.

THE PARSON’S LOOKS.

XLVI.

THE TOAD-EATER.

XLVII.

ON ROBERT RIDDEL.

XLVIII.

THE TOAST.

XLIX.

THE MARQUIS.

L.

LINES

LI.

LINES

LII.

THE SELKIRK GRACE.

LIII.

TO DR. MAXWELL,

LIV.

EPITAPH.

LV.

ON WILLIAM NICOL.

LVI.

ON THE DEATH OF A LAP-DOG,

LVII.

ON A NOTED COXCOMB.

LVIII.

LORD GALLOWAY.

LIX.

ON THE SAME.

LX.

ON THE SAME.

LXI.

TO THE SAME,

LXII.

ON A COUNTRY LAIRD.

LXIII.

ON JOHN BUSHBY.

LXIV.

THE TRUE LOYAL NATIVES.

LXV.

ON A SUICIDE.

LXVI.

EXTEMPORE

LXVII.

TO JOHN RANKINE.

LXVIII.

JESSY LEWARS.

LXIX.

THE TOAST.

LXX.

ON MISS JESSY LEWARS.

LXXI.

RECOVERY OF JESSY LEWARS.

LXXII.

TAM, THE CHAPMAN.

LXXIII.

LXXIV.

LXXV.

TO JOHN KENNEDY.

LXXVI.

TO JOHN KENNEDY.

LXXVII.

LXXVIII.

WORK BY HANNAH MORE.

LXXIX.

MASONIC LODGE AT TARBOLTON.

LXXX.

IMPROMPTU.

LXXXI.

PRAYER FOR ADAM ARMOUR.

SONGS AND BALLADS.

I.

HANDSOME NELL.

II.

LUCKLESS FORTUNE.

III.

I DREAM’D I LAY.

IV.

TIBBIE, I HAE SEEN THE DAY.

V.

MY FATHER WAS A FARMER.

VI.

JOHN BARLEYCORN

VII.

THE RIGS O’ BARLEY.

VIII.

MONTGOMERY’S PEGGY.

IX.

THE MAUCHLINE LADY.

X.

THE HIGHLAND LASSIE.

XI.

PEGGY.

XII.

THE RANTIN’ DOG, THE DADDIE O’T.

XIII.

MY HEART WAS ANCE.

XIV.

NANNIE.

XV.

A FRAGMENT.

XVI.

BONNIE PEGGY ALISON.

XVII.

THERE’S NOUGHT BUT CARE.

XVIII.

MY JEAN!

XIX.

ROBIN.

XX.

HER FLOWING LOCKS.

XXI.

O LEAVE NOVELS.

XXII.

YOUNG PEGGY.

XXIII.

THE CURE FOR ALL CARE.

XXIV.

ELIZA.

XXV.

THE SONS OF OLD KILLIE.

XXVI.

MENIE.

XXVII.

THE FAREWELL

XXVIII.

ON CESSNOCK BANKS.

XXIX.

MARY!

XXX.

THE LASS OF BALLOCHMYLE.

XXXI.

THE GLOOMY NIGHT.

XXXII.

O WHAR DID YE GET

XXXIII.

THE JOYFUL WIDOWER.

XXXIV.

COME DOWN THE BACK STAIRS.

XXXV.

I AM MY MAMMY’S AE BAIRN.

XXXVI.

BONNIE LASSIE, WILL YE GO.

XXXVII.

MACPHERSON’S FAREWELL.

XXXVIII.

BRAW LADS OF GALLA WATER.

XXXIX.

STAY, MY CHARMER.

XL.

THICKEST NIGHT, O’ERHANG MY DWELLING.

XLI.

MY HOGGIE.

XLII.

HER DADDIE FORBAD.

XLIII

UP IN THE MORNING EARLY

XLIV.

YOUNG HIGHLAND ROVER.

XLV.

HEY, THE DUSTY MILLER

XLVI.

THERE WAS A LASS.

XLVII.

THENIEL MENZIES’ BONNIE MARY.

XLVIII.

THE BANKS OF THE DEVON.

XLIX.

WEARY FA’ YOU, DUNCAN GRAY.

L.

THE PLOUGHMAN.

LI.

LANDLADY, COUNT THE LAWIN.

LII.

RAVING WINDS AROUND HER BLOWING.

LIII.

HOW LONG AND DREARY IS THE NIGHT.

LIV.

MUSING ON THE ROARING OCEAN.

LV.

BLITHE WAS SHE.

LVI.

THE BLUDE RED ROSE AT YULE MAY BLAW.

LVII.

COME BOAT ME O’ER TO CHARLIE.

LVIII.

A ROSE-BUD BY MY EARLY WALK.

LIX.

RATTLIN’, ROARIN’ WILLIE.

LX.

BRAVING ANGRY WINTER’S STORMS.

LXI.

TIBBIE DUNBAR.

LXII.

STREAMS THAT GLIDE IN ORIENT PLAINS.

LXIII.

MY HARRY WAS A GALLANT GAY.

LXIV.

THE TAILOR.

LXV.

SIMMER’S A PLEASANT TIME.

LXVI.

BEWARE O’ BONNIE ANN.

LXVII.

WHEN ROSY MAY.

LXVIII.

BLOOMING NELLY.

LXIX.

THE DAY RETURNS.

LXX.

MY LOVE SHE’S BUT A LASSIE YET.

LXXI.

JAMIE, COME TRY ME.

LXXII.

MY BONNIE MARY.

LXXIII.

THE LAZY MIST.

LXXIV.

THE CAPTAIN’S LADY.

LXXV.

OF A’ THE AIRTS THE WIND CAN BLAW

LXXVI.

FIRST WHEN MAGGY WAS MY CARE.

LXXVII.

O WERE I ON PARNASSUS HILL.

LXXVIII.

THERE’S A YOUTH IN THIS CITY.

LXXIX.

MY HEART’S IN THE HIGHLANDS.

LXXX.

JOHN ANDERSON.

LXXXI.

OUR THRISSLES FLOURISHED FRESH AND FAIR.

LXXXII.

CA’ THE EWES.

LXXXIII.

MERRY HAE I BEEN TEETHIN’ A HECKLE.

LXXXIV.

THE BRAES O’ BALLOCHMYLE.

LXXXV.

TO MARY IN HEAVEN.

LXXXVI.

EPPIE ADAIR.

LXXXVII.

THE BATTLE OF SHERIFF-MUIR.

LXXXVIII.

YOUNG JOCKEY.

LXXXIX.

O WILLIE BREW’D.

XC.

WHARE HAE YE BEEN.

XCI.

I GAED A WAEFU’ GATE YESTREEN.

XCII.

THE BANKS OF NITH.

XCIII.

MY HEART IS A-BREAKING, DEAR TITTIE.

XCIV.

FRAE THE FRIENDS AND LAND I LOVE.

XCV.

SWEET CLOSES THE EVENING.

XCVI.

COCK UP YOUR BEAVER.

XCVII.

MEIKLE THINKS MY LUVE.

XCVIII.

GANE IS THE DAY.

XCIX.

THERE’LL NEVER BE PEACE.

C.

HOW CAN I BE BLYTHE AND GLAD?

CI.

I DO CONFESS THOU ART SAE FAIR.

CII.

YON WILD MOSSY MOUNTAINS.

CIII.

IT IS NA, JEAN, THY BONNIE FACE.

CIV.

WHEN I THINK ON THE HAPPY DAYS.

CV.

WHAN I SLEEP I DREAM.

CVI.

I MURDER HATE.

CVII.

O GUDE ALE COMES.

CVIII.

ROBIN SHURE IN HAIRST.

CIX.

BONNIE PEG.

CX.

GUDEEN TO YOU, KIMMER.

CXI.

AH, CHLORIS, SINCE IT MAY NA BE.

CXII.

O SAW YE MY DEARIE.

CXIII.

WHA IS THAT AT MY BOWER-DOOR.

CXIV.

WHAT CAN A YOUNG LASSIE.

CXV.

THE BONNIE WEE THING.

CXVI.

THE TITHER MOON.

CXVII.

AE FOND KISS.

CXVIII.

LOVELY DAVIES.

CXIX.

THE WEARY PUND O’ TOW.

CXX.

NAEBODY.

CXXI.

O, FOR ANE-AND-TWENTY, TAM!

CXXII.

O KENMURE’S ON AND AWA.

CXXIII.

MY COLLIER LADDIE.

CXXIV.

NITHSDALE’S WELCOME HAME.

CXXV.

AS I WAS A-WAND’RING.

CXXVI.

BESS AND HER SPINNING-WHEEL.

CXXVII.

O LUVE WILL VENTURE IN.

CXXVIII.

COUNTRY LASSIE.

CXXIX.

FAIR ELIZA.

CXXX.

YE JACOBITES BY NAME.

CXXXI.

THE BANKS OF DOON.

CXXXII.

THE BANKS O’ DOON.

CXXXIII.

WILLIE WASTLE.

CXXXIV.

LADY MARY ANN.

CXXXV.

SUCH A PARCEL OF ROGUES IN A NATION.

CXXXVI.

THE CARLE OF KELLYBURN BRAES.

CXXXVII.

JOCKEY’S TA’EN THE PARTING KISS.

CXXXVIII.

LADY ONLIE.

CXXXIX.

THE CHEVALIER’S LAMENT.

CXL.

SONG OF DEATH.

CXLI.

FLOW GENTLY, SWEET AFTON.

CXLII.

THE SMILING SPRING.

CXLIII.

THE CARLES OF DYSART.

CXLIV.

THE GALLANT WEAVER.

CXLV.

THE BAIRNS GAT OUT.

CXLVI.

SHE’S FAIR AND FAUSE.

CXLVII.

THE EXCISEMAN.

CXLVIII.

THE LOVELY LASS OF INVERNESS.

CXLIX.

A RED, RED ROSE.

CL.

LOUIS, WHAT RECK I BY THEE.

CLI.

HAD I THE WYTE.

CLII.

COMING THROUGH THE RYE.

CLIII.

YOUNG JAMIE, PRIDE OF A’ THE PLAIN.

CLIV.

OUT OVER THE FORTH.

CLV.

THE LASS OF ECCLEFECHAN.

CLVI.

THE COOPER O’ CUDDIE.

CLVII.

SOMEBODY.

CLVIII.

THE CARDIN’ O’T.

CLIX.

WHEN JANUAR’ WIND.

CLX.

SAE FAR AWA.

CLXI.

I’LL AY CA’ IN BY YON TOWN.

CLXII.

O, WAT YE WHA’S IN YON TOWN.

CLXIII.

O MAY, THY MORN.

CLXIV.

LOVELY POLLY STEWART.

CLXV.

THE HIGHLAND LADDIE.

CLXVI.

ANNA, THY CHARMS.

CLXVII.

CASSILLIS’ BANKS.

CLXVIII.

TO THEE, LOVED NITH.

CLXIX.

BANNOCKS O’ BARLEY.

CLXX.

HEE BALOU.

CLXXI.

WAE IS MY HEART.

CLXXII.

HERE’S HIS HEALTH IN WATER.

CLXXIII.

MY PEGGY’S FACE.

CLXXIV.

GLOOMY DECEMBER.

CLXXV.

MY LADY’S GOWN, THERE’S GAIRS UPON’T.

CLXXVI.

AMANG THE TREES.

CLXXVII.

THE GOWDEN LOCKS OF ANNA.

CLXXVIII.

MY AIN KIND DEARIE O.

CLXXIX.

TO MARY CAMPBELL.

CLXXX.

THE WINSOME WEE THING.

CLXXXI.

BONNIE LESLEY.

CLXXXII.

HIGHLAND MARY.

CLXXXIII.

AULD ROB MORRIS.

CLXXXIV.

DUNCAN GRAY.

CLXXXV.

O POORTITH CAULD.

CLXXXVI.

GALLA WATER.

CLXXXVII.

LORD GREGORY.

CLXXXVIII.

MARY MORISON.

CLXXXIX.

WANDERING WILLIE.

CXC.

WANDERING WILLIE.

CXCI.

OPEN THE DOOR TO ME, OH!

CXCII.

JESSIE.

CXCIII.

THE POOR AND HONEST SODGER.

CXCIV.

MEG O’ THE MILL.

CXCV.

BLYTHE HAE I BEEN.

CXCVI.

LOGAN WATER.

CXCVII.

THE RED, RED ROSE.

CXCVIII.

BONNIE JEAN.

CXCIX.

PHILLIS THE FAIR.

CC.

HAD I A CAVE.

CCI.

BY ALLAN STREAM.

CCII.

O WHISTLE, AND I’LL COME TO YOU.

CCIII.

ADOWN WINDING NITH.

CCIV.

COME, LET ME TAKE THEE.

CCV.

DAINTY DAVIE.

CCVI.

BRUCE TO HIS MEN AT BANNOCKBURN.

CCVII.

BANNOCKBURN.

CCVIII.

BEHOLD THE HOUR.

CCIX.

THOU HAST LEFT ME EVER.

CCX.

AULD LANG SYNE.

CCXI.

FAIR JEANY.

CCXII.

DELUDED SWAIN, THE PLEASURE.

CCXIII.

NANCY.

CCXIV.

HUSBAND, HUSBAND.

CCXV.

WILT THOU BE MY DEARIE.

CCXVI.

BUT LATELY SEEN.

CCXVII.

TO MARY.

CCXVIII.

HERE’S TO THY HEALTH, MY BONNIE LASS.

CCXIX.

THE FAREWELL.

CCXX.

O STEER HER UP.

CCXXI.

O AY MY WIFE SHE DANG ME.

CCXXII.

OH, WERT THOU IN THE CAULD BLAST.

CCXXIII.

HERE IS THE GLEN.

CCXXIV.

ON THE SEAS AND FAR AWAY.

CCXXV.

CA’ THE YOWES.

CCXXVI.

SHE SAYS SHE LOVES ME BEST OF A’.

CCXXVII.

SAW YE MY PHELY.

CCXXVIII.

HOW LANG AND DREARY IS THE NIGHT.

CCXXIX.

LET NOT WOMAN E’ER COMPLAIN.

CCXXX.

THE LOVER’S MORNING SALUTE TO HIS MISTRESS.

CCXXXI.

CHLORIS.

CCXXXII.

CHLOE.

CCXXXIII.

LASSIE WI’ THE LINT-WHITE LOCKS.

CCXXXIV.

FAREWELL, THOU STREAM.

CCXXXV.

O PHILLY, HAPPY BE THAT DAY.

CCXXXVI.

CONTENTED WI’ LITTLE.

CCXXXVII.

CANST THOU LEAVE ME THUS.

CCXXXVIII.

MY NANNIE’S AWA.

CCXXXIX.

O WHA IS SHE THAT LOVES ME.

CCXL.

CALEDONIA.

CCXLI.

O LAY THY LOOF IN MINE, LASS.

CCXLII.

THE FETE CHAMPETRE.

CCXLIII.

HERE’S A HEALTH.

CCXLIV.

IS THERE, FOR HONEST POVERTY.

CCXLV.

CRAIGIE-BURN WOOD.

CCXLVI.

O LASSIE, ART THOU SLEEPING YET.

CCXLVII.

O TELL NA ME O’ WIND AND RAIN.

CCXLVIII.

THE DUMFRIES VOLUNTEERS.

CCXLIX.

ADDRESS TO THE WOOD-LARK.

CCL.

ON CHLORIS BEING ILL.

CCLI.

CALEDONIA.

CCLII.

’TWAS NA HER BONNIE BLUE EEN.

CCLIII.

HOW CRUEL ARE THE PARENTS.

CCLIV.

MARK YONDER POMP.

CCLV.

THIS IS NO MY AIN LASSIE.

CCLVI.

NOW SPRING HAS CLAD THE

GROVE IN GREEN.

CCLVII.

O BONNIE WAS YON ROSY BRIER.

CCLVIII.

FORLORN, MY LOVE, NO COMFORT NEAR.

CCLIX.

LAST MAY A BRAW WOOER.

CCLX.

CHLORIS.

CCLXI.

THE HIGHLAND WIDOW’S LAMENT.

CCLXII.

TO GENERAL DUMOURIER.

CCLXIII.

PEG-A-RAMSEY.

CCLXIV.

THERE WAS A BONNIE LASS.

CCLXV.

O MALLY’S MEEK, MALLY’S SWEET.

CCLXVI.

HEY FOR A LASS WI’ A TOCHER.

CCLXVII.

JESSY.

CCLXVIII.

FAIREST MAID ON DEVON BANKS.

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE.

I.

TO WILLIAM BURNESS.

II.

TO MR. JOHN MURDOCH,

III.

TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,

IV.

TO MISS E.

V.

TO MISS E.

VI.

TO MISS E.

VII.

TO MISS E.

VIII.

TO ROBERT RIDDEL, ESQ.

IX.

TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,

X.

TO JAMES BURNESS,

XI.

TO MISS——.

XII.

TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND,

XIII.

TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY,

XIV.

TO MR. ROBERT MUIR,

XV.

TO MR. AIKEN.

XVI.

TO MR. M’WHINNIE,

XVII.

TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.

XVIII.

TO MON. JAMES SMITH,

XIX.

TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.

XX.

TO MR. DAVID BRICE.

XXI.

TO MR. ROBERT AIKEN.

XXII.

TO JOHN RICHMOND,

XXIII.

TO JOHN BALLANTYNE,

XXIV.

TO MR. DAVID BRICE.

XXV.

TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND.

XXVI.

TO MR. ROBERT MUIR,

XXVII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP,

XXVIII.

TO MR. JOHN KENNEDY.

XXIX.

TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,

XXX.

TO MISS ALEXANDER.

XXXI.

TO MRS. STEWART,

XXXII.

IN THE NAME OF THE NINE. AMEN.

XXXIII.

TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.

XXXIV.

TO DR. MACKENZIE,

XXXV.

TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.,

XXXVI.

TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.,

XXXVII.

TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.

XXXVIII.

TO MR. WILLIAM CHALMERS,

XXXIX.

TO THE EARL OF EGLINTOUN.

XL.

TO MR. GAVIN HAMILTON.

XLI.

TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.

XLII.

TO JOHN BALLANTYNE.

XLIII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

XLIV.

TO DR. MOORE.

XLV.

TO THE REV. G. LAURIE,

XLVI.

TO DR. MOORE.

XLVII.

TO JOHN BALLANTYNE, ESQ.

XLVIII.

TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.

XLIX.

TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

L.

TO MR. JAMES CANDLISH.

LI.

TO ——.

LII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

LIII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

LIV.

TO MR. SIBBALD,

LV.

TO DR. MOORE.

LVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

LVII.

TO THE REV. DR. HUGH BLAIR.

LVIII.

TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.

LIX.

TO MR. WILLIAM DUNBAR.

LX.

TO JAMES JOHNSON.

LXI.

TO WILLIAM CREECH, ESQ.

LXII.

TO MR. PATISON,

LXIII.

TO W. NICOL, ESQ.,

LXIV.

TO MR. JAMES SMITH,

LXV.

TO WILLIAM NICOL, ESQ.

LXVI.

TO MR. JAMES CANDLISH.

LXVII.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

LXVIII.

TO WILLIAM NICOL, ESQ.

LXIX.

TO WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK, ESQ.

LXX.

TO MR. JAMES SMITH.

LXXI.

TO MR. JOHN RICHMOND.

LXXII.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

LXXIII.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

LXXIV.

TO DR. MOORE.

LXXV.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.,

LXXVI.

TO MR. ROBERT MUIR.

LXXVII.

TO GAVIN HAMILTON, ESQ.

LXXVIII.

TO MR. WALKER,

LXXIX.

TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.

LXXX.

TO MISS MARGARET CHALMERS.

LXXXI.

TO MISS MARGARET CHALMERS.

LXXXII.

TO JAMES HOY, ESQ.

LXXXIII.

TO REV. JOHN SKINNER.

LXXXIV.

TO JAMES HOY, ESQ.

LXXXV.

TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE,

LXXXVI.

TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.

LXXXVII.

TO JAMES DALRYMPLE, ESQ.

LXXXVIII.

TO CHARLES HAY. ESQ.,

LXXXIX.

TO MISS M——N.

XC.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

XCI.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

XCII.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

XCIII.

TO SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD.

XCIV.

TO MISS WILLIAMS,

XCV.

TO MR. RICHARD BROWN,

XCVI.

TO GAVIN HAMILTON.

XCVII.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

XCVIII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

XCIX.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

C.

TO THE REV. JOHN SKINNER.

CI.

TO RICHARD BROWN.

CII.

TO MRS. ROSE, OF KILRAVOCK.

CIII.

TO RICHARD BROWN.

CIV.

TO MR. WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK.

CV.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

CVI.

TO RICHARD BROWN.

CVII.

TO MR. MUIR.

CVIII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CIX.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

CX.

TO RICHARD BROWN.

CXI.

TO MR. ROBERT CLEGHORN.

CXII.

TO MR. WILLIAM DUNBAR,

CXIII.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

CXIV.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

CXV.

TO MISS CHALMERS.

CXVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXVII.

TO MR. JAMES SMITH,

CXVIII.

TO PROFESSOR DUGALD STEWART.

CXIX.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXX.

TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.

CXXI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXXII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP,

CXXIII.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

CXXIV.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

CXXV.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

CXXVI.

TO MR. GEORGE LOCKHART,

CXXVII.

TO MR. PETER HILL.

CXXVIII.

TO ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ.,

CXXIX.

TO WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK.

CXXX.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXXXI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXXXII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXXXIII.

TO MR. BEUGO,

CXXXIV.

TO MISS CHALMERS,

CXXXV.

TO MR. MORISON,

CXXXVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP,

CXXXVII.

TO MR. PETER HILL.

CXXXVIII.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STAR.

CXXXIX.

TO MRS. DUNLOP,

CXL.

TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON,

CXLI.

TO DR. BLACKLOCK.

CXLII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXLIII.

TO MISS DAVIES.

CXLIV.

TO MR. JOHN TENNANT.

CXLV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXLVI.

TO DR. MOORE.

CXLVII.

TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.

CXLVIII.

TO PROFESSOR DUGALD STEWART.

CXLIX.

TO BISHOP GEDDES.

CL.

TO MR. JAMES BURNESS.

CLI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CLII.

TO THE REV. PETER CARFRAE.

CLIII.

TO DR. MOORE.

CLIV.

TO MR. WILLIAM BURNS.

CLV.

TO MR. HILL.

CLVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP

CLVII.

TO MR. WILLIAM BURNS,

CLVIII.

TO MRS. M’MURDO,

CLIX.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CLX.

TO MR. SAMUEL BROWN.

CLXI.

TO RICHARD BROWN.

CLXII.

TO MR. JAMES HAMILTON.

CLXIII.

TO WILLIAM CREECH, ESQ.

CLXIV.

TO MR. M’AULEY.

CLXV.

TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.

CLXVI.

TO MR. M’MURDO.

CLXVII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CLXVIII.

TO MR. ——.

CLXIX.

TO MISS WILLIAMS.

CLXX.

TO MR. JOHN LOGAN.

CLXXI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CLXXII.

TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL,

CLXXIII.

TO CAPTAIN RIDDEL.

CLXXIV.

TO MR. ROBERT AINSLIE.

CLXXV.

TO MR. RICHARD BROWN.

CLXXVI.

TO R. GRAHAM, ESQ.

CLXXVII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CLXXVIII.

TO LADY W[INIFRED] M[AXWELL] CONSTABLE.

CLXXIX.

TO PROVOST MAXWELL,

CLXXX.

TO SIR JOHN SINCLAIR.

CLXXXI.

TO CHARLES SHARPE, ESQ.,

CLXXXII.

TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.

CLXXXIII.

TO MR. SUTHERLAND,

CLXXXIV.

TO WILLIAM DUNBAR, W.S.

CLXXXV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CLXXXVI.

TO MR. PETER HILL,

CLXXXVII.

TO MR. W. NICOL.

CLXXXVIII.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CLXXXIX.

TO MR. PETER HILL.

CXC.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXCI.

TO COLLECTOR MITCHELL.

CXCII.

TO DR. MOORE.

CXCIII.

TO MR. MURDOCH,

CXCIV.

TO MR. M’MURDO.

CXCV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CXCVI.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CXCVII.

TO DR. ANDERSON.

CXCVIII.

TO WILLIAM TYTLER, ESQ.,

CXCIX.

TO CRAUFORD TAIT, ESQ.,

CC.

TO ——.

CCI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCII.

TO LADY W. M. CONSTABLE.

CCIII.

TO WILLIAM DUNBAR, W.S.

CCIV.

TO MR. PETER HILL.

CCV.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCVI.

TO A.F. TYTLER, ESQ.

CCVII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCVIII.

TO THE REV. ARCH. ALISON.

CCIX.

TO DR. MOORE.

CCX.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCXI.

TO MR. ALEXANDER DALZEL,

CCXII.

TO MRS. GRAHAM,

CCXIII.

TO MRS. GRAHAM,

CCXIV.

TO THE REV. G. BAIRD.

CCXV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXVI.

TO ——.

CCXVII.

TO ——.

CCXVIII.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCXIX.

TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

CCXX.

TO MR. THOMAS SLOAN.

CCXXI.

TO LADY E. CUNNINGHAM.

CCXXII.

TO MR. AINSLIE.

CCXXIII.

TO COL. FULLARTON.

CCXXIV.

TO MISS DAVIES.

CCXXV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXXVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXXVII.

TO MR. WILLIAM SMELLIE,

CCXXVIII.

TO MR. W. NICOL.

CCXXIX.

TO FRANCIS GROSE, ESQ., F.S.A.

CCXXX.

TO FRANCIS GROSE, ESQ., F.S.A.

CCXXXI.

TO MR. S. CLARKE,

CCXXXII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXXXIII.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCXXXIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXXXV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXXXVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXXXVII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXXXVIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXXXIX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXL.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXLI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXLII.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXLIII.

TO R. GRAHAM, ESQ.,

CCXLIV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXLV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXLVI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXLVII.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCXLVIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXLIX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCL.

TO MISS BENSON.

CCLI.

TO PATRICK MILLER, ESQ.,

CCLII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLV.

TO JOHN FRANCIS ERSKINE, ESQ.,

CCLVI.

TO ROBERT AINSLIE, ESQ.

CCLVII.

TO MISS KENNEDY.

CCLVIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLIX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXVI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXVII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXVIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXIX.

TO MISS CRAIK.

CCLXX.

TO LADY GLENCAIRN.

CCLXXI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXVI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXVII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCLXXVIII.

TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.,

CCLXXIX.

TO JOHN M’MURDO, ESQ.,

CCLXXX.

TO CAPTAIN ——.

CCLXXXI.

TO MRS. RIDDEL,

CCLXXXII.

TO A LADY.

CCLXXXIII.

TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN,

CCLXXXIV.

TO CAPTAIN MILLER,

CCLXXXV.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCLXXXVI.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCLXXXVII.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCLXXXVIII.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCLXXXIX.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCXC.

TO JOHN SYME, ESQ.

CCXCI.

TO MISS ——.

CCXCII.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCXCIII.

TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.

CCXCIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXCV.

TO DAVID M’CULLOCH, ESQ.

CCXCVI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCXCVII.

TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON.

CCXCVIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCXCIX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCC.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCVI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCVII.

TO PETER MILLER, JUN., ESQ.,

CCCVIII.

TO MR. SAMUEL CLARKE, JUN.,

CCCIX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXIV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXV.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXVI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXVII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXVIII.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCCXIX.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCCXX.

TO MISS LOUISA FONTENELLE.

CCCXXI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCCXXII.

TO MR. ALEXANDER FINDLATER,

CCCXXIII.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

CCCXXIV.

TO MR. HERON,

CCCXXV.

TO MRS. DUNLOP,

CCCXXVI.

TO THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM PITT.

CCCXXVII.

TO THE HON. PROVOST, BAILIES, AND

TOWN COUNCIL OF DUMFRIES.

CCCXXVIII.

TO MRS. RIDDEL.

CCCXXIX.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCCXXX.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXXXI.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXXXII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXXXIII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXXXIV.

TO MRS. RIDDEL,

CCCXXXV.

TO MR. CLARKE,

CCCXXXVI.

TO MR. JAMES JOHNSON,

CCCXXXVII.

TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.

CCCXXXVIII.

TO MR. GILBERT BURNS.

CCCXXXIX.

TO MR. JAMES ARMOUR,

CCCXL.

TO MRS. BURNS.

CCCXLI.

TO MRS. DUNLOP.

CCCXLII.

TO MR. THOMSON.

CCCXLIII.

TO MR. JAMES BURNESS,

CCCXLIV.

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.

THE BORDER TOUR.

THE HIGHLAND TOUR.

THE POET’S ASSIGNMENT OF HIS WORKS.

GLOSSARY.

THE END.


POEMS.


EPITAPHS, EPIGRAMS, FRAGMENTS, &c.

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SONGS AND BALLADS.

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GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE.

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