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CONTENTS,

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

343

PAGE
ADDRESS to the Deil

37
to Edinburgh

119
spoken by Miss Fontenelle at the theatre, Dumfries. 181
Adown Winding Nith

323
Afton Water

306
Aiken, Robert, Esq., Epitaph for

458
Altar to Independence, Inscription for

187
Altho' Thou maun never be mine

283
Amang the Trees

371
An' o! my Eppie

439
And maun I still on Mary doat?

341
As down the Burn they took their way

395
As I was wandering

398
Auld Farmer's New-Year salutation to his Aula Mare,

Maggie, on giving her the accustomed rip of Corn to
hansel in the New Year

80
Auld lang syne
Auld Man, The

273
Auld Rob Morris

253
Author's earnest Cry and Prayer

10
Author's Farewell to his Native Country

339
BANK of Flowers, On a

373
Bank-note, Lines written on a

242
Banks o' Doon

303
Banks of Devon

322
Banks of Nith

299, 383
Bannockburn

342
Bannocks o' Barley

396
Bard's Epitaph

389
Battle of Sheriff-Muir, between the Duke of Argyle and
the Earl of Mar

351
Beelzebub, Address of, to the President of the Highland
Society

229
Behold the Hour

305
Belles of Mauchline

380
Bessy and her Spinnin' Wheei

299
Big-bellied Bottic

338
Birks of Aberfeldy

284
Birth of a Posthumous Child, born in peculiar circum-
stances of Family Distress, lines on the

165

PAGE

Blacklock, Dr., lines to

174

Blair, Sir James Hunter, on the Death of'.

213

Blissful Day, The

293

Blithe hae I been on yon

Hill

325

Blithe was She

288

Blue-eyed Lassie, The

294

Bluid-red Rose at Yule may blow

419
Bonnie Ann

315

Bonnie Bell

307

Bonnie Blink o' Mary's E’e

320

Bonnie Lad that's far awa'

321

Bonnie Lesley

370
Bonny Peggy

383
Bonny Wee Thing

298
Book-worms, The

239
Bottle and Friend

360
Braes O' Ballochmyle

293
Braw Lads of Galla Water

399
Brigs of Ayr, The

26
Bruar Water, the Humble Petition of, to the Noble' Duke
of Athol

159
Burnet, Miss, Elegy on

177
Burns—Extempore

742
Miss, lines written under her Picture

245
Bushby, John, Writer in Dumfries, Epitaph on

459
By Allan Stream

263
CALEDONIA

349
Calf, The

36

Canst thou leave me thus?

333

Captain Grose

354

his Peregrinations through scotland, collect-
ing the Antiquities of that Kingdom

134
Captain's Lady, The

422
Cardin' o't, The

462
Carle of Kellyburn braes

479
Carles of Dysart

467

Cessnock Banks

351

Charming Month of May

332

Chevalier's Lament

302

Chloris, Ah!

458

Verses to

184, 443

on her Illness

369

Clarinda

339

Clergyman, lines sent to

a,

whom he had offended

139

Cock up your Beaver

441
Collier Laddie, The

493
Come, let me take thee

328

Come boat me o'er to Charlie

371

Coming through the Rye

399

Contented wi' little

279

Cooper o’ Cuddie, The

425

Cotter's Saturday Night

91

Country Laird, not quite so wise as solomon, Epitaph on : 457

Country Lassie

300

Court of Session-Extempore in the

400

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DAINTIE Davie

236
Daer Lord, lines on an Interview with

178
Damon and Sylvia

381
Davie a Brother Poet, Epistles to .

87, 167
Dean of Faculty, The

358

Death, Prayer on the Prospect of

103

Stanzas on

103

Song of

252
Death and Br. Hornbook

22
Death and Dying Words of Poor Maille, the Author's only
pet Yows.

40

Dedication to Gavin Hamilton, Esq.

114

Deil, Address to the

37

Deil's

away wi' the Exciseman

324

Delia-an Ode

212

Deluded Swain

266

Despondency

93

Denks dang`o'er my

Daddie

388

Dove, John, Innkeeper, Mauchline, Epitaph on

459

Dumfries Volunteers

352

Dumourier, Gen., Address to

878

Duncan Gray

255

Dundas, Robt., Esq., of Arniston, on the Death of

231

EDINBURGH, Address to

119

Election, The

431
Elegy on Capt. Matthew Henderson

137

on the late Miss Burnet, of Monbodido

177

on the Death of Robert Ruisseaux .

197

on the Year 1788

210
on the Death of Peg Nicholson

237
Ellisland Theatre, Prologue spoken at the

176
Elphinstone's Translation of Martial's Epigrams, Epigram os 457
Epigrams

452
Epistle to Davie, à Brother Poet

87 167
to a Young Friend

109
to John Lapraik, an old Scottish Bard'.

121, 124
to John Rankin

132

to Robert Graham, Esq.

142, 144, 221

to Wm. Creech

194

to Mr. M'Adam

205

from Esopus to Maria

218

to Major Logan

224

to Hugh Parker

227

Epitaph, The

139

on a Friend

193

on the Poet's Daughter

227

on Gabriel Richardson

227

on Miss Jessy Lewars

238

on Holy Willie

450

on a Country Laird

457

on Wee Johnny

458

PAGD
Epitaph on a celebrated Ruling Elder .

458
for Robert Aiken, Esq.

458
for Gavin Hamilton, Esq.

458
on my Father

458
on John Dove

459
on John Bushby

459
on a Bard

4.69
Eppie M‘Nab

430
An' O! my

439
Esopus, Epistle from, to Maria .

218
Evan Banks

274
Excise, extemporaneous effusion on being appointed to the 155

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was

211

FAIR Eliza

301
Fall of Fyers, near Lochness, lines written with a pencil
while
standing by the

166
Falsehood in the Rev. Dr. B.'s Looks, on hearing that there

455
Farewell, The

220, 340,

406
Farewell, thou Stream

274
Farewell to Nancy

319
Farewell to Eliza

335
Father, Epitaph on my

459
Fergusson, the Poet, Inscription to his Memory

196
Verses written under his Portrait
Fêtê Champetre, The .

417
First Psalm

105
First Six Verses of the Ninetieth Psalm

106
Five Carlins, The-an Election Ballad

386
Fontenelle, Miss, Address spoken by

181
on Seeing her in a favourite Character 237
For a' that and a' that

346
For the Sake of Somebody

308
Forlorn, my Love

281
Frae the Friends and Land I love

443
Fragment

379
Friars-Carse Hermitage, on Nith-side, lines written on 134
Friend's House, lines left at a

104
Full well thou knowest .

286

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GALLA Water

257
Gallant Weaver, The

845
Galloway, Lord, on seeing the beautiful seat of

454
lines to, on the Author being threatened
with his resentment

454
Gane is the Day

296
Glencairn, James, Earl of, Lament for

146
Globe Tavern, Dumfries, lines written on the Window of the 457
Gloomy Decernber

304
Goblet, Inscription on a

239
Gouden Locks of Anna

321
Gowdie, John, of Kilmarnock, Letter to, on the publication
of his Essays

215
Grace before Dinner

196

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Graham, Robert, Esq., of Fintry, Epistles to 142, 144, 221

lines to, on receiving a
Favour

193
Green grow the Rashes

336
Gude e'en to you, Kimmer

440
Guidwife of Wauchope House, Answer to Verses addressed
to the Poet by the.

197
Guilford Good.

161

Had I a Cave

274
Had I the Wyte

401
Haggis, To a

113
Halloween

63
Hamilton, Gavin, Esq., of Mauchline, á Dedication to 114
lines to

204
Epitaph for

458
Happy Trio, The

294
Hark! the Mavis

269
Hee Balou

402
Henderson, Captain, Matthew, Elegy on

137
Her Daddie forbad

402
Here is the Glen .

267
Here's a Health to them that's awa

380
Here's his Health in Water

395
Here's to thy Health, my bonnie Labs

403
Hermit, The.

392
Heron Balads, The

429
Hey for a Lass wi' a Tocher

283
Hey the Dusty Miller

404
Highland Laddie, The

420
Highland Lassie, The

312
Highland Mary

342
Highland Widow's Lament

413
Holy Fair, The

15
Holy Willie's Prayer

448
Epitaph on

450
How cruel are the Parents

279
How Lang and Dreary

271
Husband, Husband, cease your

Strife.

265
“I BURN, I burn”

244
I do confess thou art sae fair.

818
I dream'a I lay where Flowers were springing.

315
I love my Jean

292
I see a Form, I see a Face .

280
I'll aye ca' in by yon Town

359
I'll Kiss thee yet .

360
Impromptu on Mrs. Riddles' Birthday .

189
“In vain would Prudence"

243
Inn at Kenmore, Taymouth, lines written with a pencil over
the Chimney-piece in the Parlour of the

164
Inscription

for an Altar to Independence, at Kerroughtry 187
Inventory, The; in answer to the usual Mandate sent by a
Surveyor of the

Taxes, requiring a Return of the Num-
ber of Horses, Servants, Carriages, &c., kept

168

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