To John Taylor.
167 Extemporaneous Effusion, on being ap-
167 pointed to the Excise
There's Naethin' like the Honest Nappy 169 Lines written on a Window at the King's
167 Arms Tavern, Dumfries
Epigram on a Noted Corcomb .
167 On a Schoolmaster in Cleish Parish, Fife-
In Vain Would Prudence
* Though Fickle Fortune'
Lines written and presented to Mrs. Kem-
The Loyal Natives' Verses
Burns - Extempore ,
168 Epitaph on William Nicol.
* I Burn, I Burn
169 Verses to J. Rankine
Tam the Chapman
To Dr. Maxwell, on Miss Jessy Staig's
169 Extempore in the Court of Session
Epitaph on John Dove .
169 Epitaph on a Wag in Mäuchline
Prologue, spoken by Mr. Woods, on his Lines written on the Window of the Globe
170 Tavern, Dumfries
Nature's Law. A Poem humbly inscribed
Epigram on Captain Francis Grose
to G. H. Esq.
171 Lines written under the picture of the cele-
The Cats Like Kitchen .
brated Miss Burns
171 On Miss J. Scott of Ayr
172 Epitaph on John Bushby
Extempore. Pinned to a Lady's Coach 172 Epigram on Elphinstone's Translation of
Lines on being asked why God had made Martial's Epigrams
Miss Davies so little and Mrs.
Epitaph on a Country Laird
172 Epitaph on a Noisy Polemic
173 Epitaph on Wee Johnny
Verses written on a Window of the Inn'at Epitaph on a celebrated Ruling Elder
174 Epitaph for Robert Aiken, Esq.
Epigram. Written at Inverary
174 Epitaph for Gavin Hamilton, Esq.
Verses addressed to J. Rankine
174 Epitaph on my Father
Lines said to have been written by Burns, Epitaph on a Person nicknamed in The
while on his Death-bed, to John Rankine 175 Marquis
Lines written Extempore in a Lady's On Himself
175 Epitaph on Walters.
The Henpeck'd Husband
Grace before Meat.
Extempore Lines, in answer to a
Card On Commissary Goldie's Brains
from an Intimate Friend of Burns 175 Impromptu
Answer to a Poetical Epistle sent the Impromptu
Author by a Tailor
A Toast. Given at a meeting of the Dum A Bard's Epitaph
Addressed to a Lady whom the Author
On seeing the beautiful seat of Lord Gal:
feared he had oftended
Lines inscribed on a platter
On the Same .
177 | To a Painter
On the Same
177 On Mr. M'Murdo
To the Same, on the Author being threat To
ened with his Resentment
177 To a Lady who was looking up
Epitaph on a Henpeck'd Country Squire, 178 during Sermon
Epigram on said occasion.
178 Lines written on a Tumbler
On hearing that there was Falsehood in On Mr. W. Cruikshank, of the High
the Rev. Dr. B —'s very Looks 178 School, Edinburgh