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Lines Written on a Bank Note

Written in an Envelope, enclosing a

To a Kiss

Letter to Captain Grose

182

Verses Written under Violent Grief 158 Address of Beelzebub to the President

Verses Left at a Friend's House where

the Highland Society

182

the Author Slept one Night
158 Lament of Mary Queen of Scots

182

To Mr. M'Adam

159 The Whistle

183

Lines on Meeting with Basil, Lord Daer 159 Elegy on Miss Burnet of Monboddo

Epistle to Major Logan

159 Lament for James, Earl of Glencairn 184

Lament on Leaving

Scotland .

160 Lines sent to Sir John Whiteford, Bart. 185

On a Scotch Bard

Written on a Blank Leaf of a Copy of Poems 161 Fourth Epistle to Mr. Graham, of Fintry 186

160 Third Epistle to Mr. Graham, of Fintry

The Farewell

161 The Rights of Woman

186

To a Haggis

161 | A Vision

187

To Miss Logan, with Beattie's Poems 162 Liberty, a Fragment

187

Extempore in the Court of Session 162 To Mr. Maxwell, on his Birth-Day 187

To the Guidwife of Wauchope House 162 On Pastoral Poetry

188

Verses Written under the Portrait of Sonnet, on Hearing a Thrush Sing 188

Fergusson the Poet

163 The Tree of Liberty

188

Inscription on the Headstone of Fergusson 163 To General Dumourier

189

Prologue, Spoken by Mr. Woods on his Lines sent to a Gentleman whom he had

Benefit Night

163 Offended

189

Epistle to William Creech

164 Monody on a Lady Famed for Her Caprice 189

On the Death of Sir James Hunter Blair 165 Epistle from Æsopus to Maria

190

On Scaring some Water-Fowl in Loch- Sonnet on the Death of Captain Riddei 191

Turit

165 | Impromtu on Mrs. Riddel's Birth-Day 191

The Humble Petition of Bruar Water 166 Verses to Miss Graham of Fintry

191

The Hermit

166 The Vowels, a Tale :

191

Verses written over the chimney-piece Verses to John Rankine

192

of the Inn at Kenmore, Taymouth

192

Elegy on the Death of Lord Dundas 167 Address Spoken by Miss Fontenelle on

Verses written by the Fall of Fyers 168 her Benefit Night

192

On Reading of the Death of John M'Leod 168 To Chloris

On William Smellie

168 Address to the Shade of Thomson

193

Address to Mr. William Tytler

168 Ballads on Mr. Heron's Elections, Ballad

A Sketch

169 First

193

To Miss Cruikshanks

169 Ballad Second, The Election

193

An Extempore Effusion, on being Ap- Ballad Third, An Excellent New Song 194

pointed to the Excise

1699 On Life

195

To Clarinda, with a Present of a pair of Inscription for an Altar to Independence 195

Drinking Glasses

169 On the Death of a Favourite Child

195

To Clarinda, on his Leaving Edinburga" 169 To Mr. Mitchell

196

Epistle to Hugh Parker

170 The Ruined Maid's Lament

196

Written in Friar's Carse Hermitage, on The Dean of the Faculty

196

the Banks of Nith

170 Verses on the Destruction of the Woods

Extempore to Captain Riddel

171 near Drumlanrig.

197

A Mother's Lament

171 On the Duke of Queensberry

197

Elegy on the Year 1788

17|| Verses to John M.Murdo.

197

Address to the Tooth-Ache

172 On Mr. M'Murdo, Inscribed on a Pane

Ode, Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Oswald 172 of Glass in his House

Letter to James Tennant

172 Impromtu on Willie Stewart

198

A Fragment, Inscribed to the Right Hon. To Miss Jessy Lewars

198

C. J. Fox

173 Tibbie, I hae seen the Day

198

On Seeing

a Wounded Hare limp by me, Montgomery's Peggy

198

which a Fellow had just Shot

173 Bonny Peggy Alison

198

The Kirk's Alarm, a Satire

174 Here's to thy Health, my Bonny Lass 198

To Dr. Blacklock

175 Young Peggy

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Delia

175 John Barleycorn

199,

Sketch, New-Year's Day

175 The Rigs o' Barley

200

Prologue, spoken at the Dumfries Theatre 176 The Ploughman

200

Prologue, for Mr. Sutherland's Benefit Song composed in August

Night, Dumfries

176 Yon Wild Mossy Mountains

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Written to a Gentleman who had sent My Nannie, o

201

the Poet a Newspaper

177 Green Grow the Rashes.

202

Peg Nicholson

177 The Cure for all Care

.202

To My Bed

178 On Cessnock Banks

202

First Epistle to Mr. Graham of Fintry 178: The Highland Lassie

203

The Five Carlines

179 Powers Celestial

203

Second Epistie to Mr. Graham of Fintry 180 From thee, Eliza

203

On Captain Grose's Peregrinations Menie

203

through Scotland

181 | The Farewell

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The Braes o Bállochmyle

The Lass o' Balochmyle

The Gloomy Night is Gathering Fast

The Banks 0 Doon

The Birks of Aberfeldy

I'm owre Young to Marry Yet

M‘Pherson's Farewell

How Long and Dreary is the Nighi

Here's a Health to Them that's Awa

Strathallan's Lament

The Banks of the Devon

Braving Angry Winter's Storis

My Peggy's Face

Raving Winds around her Blowing

Highland Harry

Musing on the Roaring Ocean

Blythe was She

The Gallant Weaver

The Blude-red Rose at Yule may Blaw.

A Rose-bud by my Early Walk

Bonnie Castle Gordon

When Januar Wind

The Young Highland Rover

Donnie Ann

Blooming Nelly

My Bonnie Mary

Ane Fond Kiss

The Smiling Spring

The Lazy Mist

Of a' the Airts the Wind can Blaw

Oh, were I on Parnassus' Hill

The Chevallier's Lament

My Heart's in the Highlands

John Anderson

To Mary in Heaven

Young Jockey

The Diy Returns

Oh, Willie Brew'd

I Gaed a Wafu' Gate Yestreen

The Banks of Nith

My Heart is a-breaking, Dcar Tittie

There'll never be Peace

Meikle thinks my Love

How can I be Blythe and Glad

I do Confess thou art sae Fair

Hunting Song

What can a Young Lassie

The Bonnie Wee Thing

Lovely Davies

Oh, for ane-and-twenty, Tam

Kenmure's on and Awa

Bess and her Spinning Wheel

Oh Luve will Venture in

In Simmer, when the Hay was Mawn

Turn again, thou Fair Eliza

Willie Wastle

Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation

Song of Death

She's Fair and Fause

Flow Gently, Sweet Afton

The Lovely Lass of Inverness

A red, red Rose

Louis, what Reck I by Thee

The Exciseman

Somebody

I'll aye ca' in by yon Town

Wilt thou be my Dearie!

Oh, Wat ye Wha's in yon Town

But Lately Seen

Could ought of Song

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204 Oh, Steer her up

222

205 It was a' for our Rightful King

222

205 Oh, wha is She that Loes me?

222

205 1 Caledonia

222

Oh, lay thy Loof in Mine, Lass

223

206 Anna, thiy Charms

223

206 Gloomy December

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206 Oh, Mally's meek, Mally's sweet

224

206 Cassillis' Banks

224

207 My Lady's Gown, there's Gair's upón't 224

207 The Fete Champetre

224

The Dumfries Volunteers

225

207 Oh, wert Thou in the Cault Blast

225

208 Lovely Polly Stewart

225

Yestreen I had a Pint of Wine

226

208 The Lea Rig

226

208 Bonnie Lesley

226

208 'Will ye go to the Indies, my Mary? 226

209 My Wife's a Winsome Wee Thing 227

209 Highland Mary

227

209 Auld Rob Morris

227

209 Duncan Gray

227

210 Poortith Cauld

223

210 Gala Water"

: 228

210 | Lord Gregory

2.28

211 Mary Morison

228

211

229

211 The Soldier's Return

229

211 Blythe hae I been on yon IIill

Wandering Willie'...

211 Logan Braes

212 Oh, gin my Love were yon Red Rose 230

212 Bonnie Jean .

230

212 Meg o' the Mill

231

213 Open the Door to me, oh

231

213 Young Jessie

231

213. Adown winding Nith I did Wander . 231

213 | Had I a Cave

232

213 Phillis the Fair

214 By Allan Stream I chanc'd to Rove

232

214 Come let me take Thee to my Breast . 232

214 Whistle and I'll Come to you, niy Lad 233

21+ Dainty Davie

233

215 Bruce's Address

233

215 Behold the Hour

233

215 Auld Lang Syne

234

215 Where are the Joys?

231

215 Thou hast Left me Ever

231

216 Deluded Swain, the Pleasure

234

216 Thine I am, mý Faithful Fair

234

216 My Spouse, Nancy

235

217 The Banks of Cree

23

217 On the Seas and Far Away

235

217 Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes

238

217. She says she Loes me Best of A'

236

218 Saw ye my Philly?

238

218 How Long and Dreary is the Night? . 236

218 Let not Woman e'er Complain

237

219 Sleep'st thou, or Wak'st thou

237

219 My Chloris, mark hów Green the Groves 237

219

It was the Charming Month of May 237

219 Farewell, thou Stream' that Winding

220 Flows

237

220 Lassie wi' the Lint-white Locks

238

220 Philly and Willy

238

220. Contented wi' Little

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238

220 Can'st thou Leave me Thus, my Küty? 239

221

For a' That, and a' That

239

221. My Nannie's Awa

221 Craigieburn Wood

221 Oh Lassie, art thou sleeping yét 240

239

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258

PACS
Address to the Woodlark
240 The Laddies by the Banks o' Nith

255

On Chloris being Ill

240 EPIGRAMS, &c.

256

Their Groves o Sweet Myrtle

241 On Captain Grose

256

How Crüel are the Parents.

241 On a Nenpecked Country Squire 256

'Twas na her Bonnie Blue Ee was my

Another on his Widow.

256

- Ruin

241 On Elphinstone's Translations of Mar-

Mark yon Pomp of Costly Fashion 241 tial's Epigrams.

256

Oh, this is no my Ain Lassie

241 On Miss J. Scott, of Ayr

256

Now Spring has Clad the Grove in Green 242 On an Illiterate Gentleman

256

Oh, Bonnie was yon Rosy Brier .

242 Written under the Picture of Miss

Forlorn my Love, no Comfort near 242

Burns

256

Hey for a Lass wi’a Tocher

243 Wiitten on the Window of the Inn at

Last May a Braw Wooer

243 Carron

256

Fragment

243 Written on a Pane of Glass in the Inn

Jessy

243 at Moffat.

257

Fairest Maid on Devon Banks

241 Fragment

257

Handsome Nell

244 On Incivility shown him at Invernary 257

My Father was a Farmer

244 Highland Hospitality

257

Up in the Morning Early

245 Lines on Miss Kemble.

257

Hey; the Dusty Miller

245 On the Kirk at Lamington

257

Robin

245 The Solemn League and Covenant 257

The Bells of Mauchline

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245 On a certain Parson's Looks

257

Her Flowing Locks

; 245 On Seeing the Beautiful Seat of the

The Sons of Old Killie

246 Earl of **

257

The Joyful Widower

On the Earl of .

257.

O, Whare did you Get?

246 On the Same.

257

There was a Lass

246 To the Samne, on the Author being

Landlady, Count the Lawin

246 threatened with his resentment 257

Rattlin' Roarin' Willie

247

On an Empty Fellow

258

Simmer's a Pleasant Time

247 Written on a Pane of Glass, on the

My Love she's but a Lassie yet

247 Occasion of a National Thanksgiving 258

The Captain's Lady

247

The True Loyal Natives

258

First when Meggy was my Care

247 Inscription on a Goblet

259

There's a Youth in this City

248 Extempore on Mr. Syme

258

Oh aye my Wife she Dang me

248 To Mr. Syme

Eppie Adair

248 The Creed of Poverty

258

The Battle of Sheriff-Muir

248 Written in a Lady's Pocket Book 258
The Highland Widow's Lament . 249 To John Taylor

258

Whare hae ye Been?

249 To Miss Fontenelle

258

Theniel Menzie's Bonnie Mary

249 The Toast

259

Frae the Friends and Land I Love 250 Excisemen Universal

259

Gane is the Day

250 To Dr. Maxwell, on Miss Jessy Staig's

The Tither Morn

250

recovery.

259

Come Boat me o'er to Charlie

250 On Jessy Lewars

259

It is na, Jean, thy Bonnie Face

250 Toast to the Same

259

I hae a Wife o' my Ain

251

Epitaph on the Same

259

Withsdale's Welcome Home

251 To the Same

2594

My Collier Laddie

251

Graces before Meat

259

As I was a-Wandering

251 EPITAPHS

260

Ye Jacobites by Name

252 On the Author's Father

260

Lady Mary Ann

252 On a Henpecked Country Squire 260

Out over the Forth

252 On a Celebrated Ruling Elder

260

Jockey's taen the Parting Kiss

252 On a Noisy Polemic

260

The Carles o' Dysart

252

260

Lady Onlie

253

Young Jamie, Pride of a' the Plain 253 For Robert Aiken, Esq.

260

Jenny's a' wat, Poor Body

253 On a Friend

260

The Cardin' o't

253 For Gavin Hamilton

260

To thee, Loved Nith

253 On Wat

360

Sae Far Awa

253 On a Schoolmaster in Cleish Parish,

Wae is my Heart

254 Fifeshire

261

Amang the Trees

254

On Mr. W. Cruikshanks

261

The Highland Laddie

254 For William Nicol

261

Bannocks o' Barley

254 On W-

261

Robin Shure in Hairst

254 On the Same

261

Sweetest May

255 On Gabriel Richardson, Brewer

261

The Last of Ecclefechan

255 On John Busby, Writer, Dumfries 261

Here's a Bottle and an Honest Friend 255 On the Poet's Daughter

261

On a Ploughman

255 On a Picture representing Jacob's

The Weary Pund o' Tow

255 Dream

261

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To Mr. John Murdoch, Schoolmaster 265 To Mr. Robert Muir

290

[An early Love Letter) 266 To Gavin Hamilton, Esq.

291

To the Same

266 To Mr. Walker, of Blair Athole

292

To the Same

267 To Mr. Gilbert Burns

292

To the Same

268 To Miss Margaret Chalmers

292

To Mr. James Burness, Writer

2

To the Rev. John Skinner

293

269 To James Hoy, Esq., Gordon Castle 294

To the Same

To Mr. James Burness, M.

269 To the Same

294

To Mr. James Smith, Mauchline 270 To Robert Ainslie, Esq., Edinburgh

295

To Mr. John Richmond, Edinburgh

270 To the Earl of Glencairn

295

To Mr. John Kennedy

271 To Charles Hay, Esq., Advocate

296

To Mr. Robert Muir, Kilmarnock 271 To Miss M-

296

To Mr. Aiken

271 To Miss Chalmers

296

To Mr. M'whinnie, Writer, Ayr

272 To the Same

296

To Mr. John Kennedy

272 To the Same

297

To Mr. John Ballantine, of Ayr

272 | To the Same

297

To Mr. David Brice

298

To Mrs. Dunlop, of Dunlop

298

To Mr. John Richmond, Edinburgh

273 To Miss Williams, on reading her Poem 299

To Mr. David Brice, Shoemaker

273 To Mr. Richard Brown, Irvine

300

To Mr. John Richinond

274 | To Mr. Gavin Hamilton

301

To Mr. Robert Muir, Kilmarnock 274 To Clarinda

301

To Mr. John Kennedy

274 To the Same

302

To Mr. Burness, Montrose

ose.

274 To the Same .

302

To Mr. Robert Aiken

275 To the Same

303

To Mrs. Stewart, of Stair

276 To the Same .

304

In the name of the Nine

276 To the Same

305

To Gavin Hamilton, Esq., Mauchline 277 | To the Same

305

To John Ballantine, Esq., Banker, Ayr 277 To the Same

306

To Mr. William Chalmers, Writer, Ayr 278 To the Same

307

To Dr. Mackenzie, Mauchline

278 To the Same

308

To John Ballantine, Esq.

278 To Mrs Dunlop

308

To the Earl of Eglinton

279 | To Clarinda

309

To John Ballantine, Esq.

279 To the Same

309

To Mrs. Dunlop

279 To the Same

310

To Dr. Moore

280 To the Same

310,

To the Rev. G. Lawrie, Newmills 281 To the Same

310

To James Dalrymple, Esq., Orangefield. 281 To the Same

311

To Dr. Moore

282 To the Same

312

To John Ballantine, Esq.

282 To the Same

312

To Mr. William Dunbar

282 To the Same

312

To the Earl of Glencairn

283 | To Mrs. Dunlop

313

To Mr. James Candlish, Student in Physic 283 To Clarinda

313

То , on Fergusson's Headstone 283 To Robert Graham, Esq., of Fintry 313

To the Earl of Buchan

284 To the Rev. John Skinner

314

To Mrs. Dunlop

314

To the Same

285 To Mrs. Rose, of Kilravock

314

To Dr. Moore

286 To Clarinda

315

To Mrs. Dunlop

286 To Miss Chalmers

315

To James Johnson, Editor of the “Scots To Richard Brown

$16

Musical Museum”

286 To Miss Chalmers

316

To the Rev. Dr. Hugh Blair

287 To Clarinda

316

To William Creech,

Esq., Edinburgh 287 To Mr. William Cruikshank

317

To Mr. James Candlish

287 To Robert Ainslie, Esq.

317

To Mr. Patison, Bookseller, Paisley

287 To Clarinda

318

To Mr. W. Nicol, Master of the High To Richard Brown

819

School, Edinburgh

288 To Mr. Muir

319

To William Nicol, Esq.

288 To Clarinda

820

To Mr. W. Nicol, Master of the High To Miss

320

School, Edinburgh

288 ( To Miss Chalmers

320

To William Cruikshank, St. James's To Mrs. Dunlop

321

Square, Edinburgh

289 To Richard Brown

821

To Mr. John Richmond

289 To Mr. Robert Cleghorn

: 321

To Robert Ainslie, Esq.

290 | To Miss Chalmers

322

To the Same

290 To Mr. William Dunbar, Edinburgh 322

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