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SIR WALTER SCOTT.
COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
PUBLISHED BY A. AND W. GALIGNANI AND Co.,
N. 18, RUE VIVIENNE.
Page LIFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT
vii THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL Notes.
58 Notes. THE LADY OF THE LAKE
251 THE LORD OF THE ISLES
314 THOMAS THE RAYMER
349 Notes and Appendix
359 HAROLD NUÈ DAUNTLESS
361 THE BRIDAL OF TRIERMAIN . Notes.
402 THE VISION OF DON RODERICK .
413 THE FIELD OF WATERLOO
424 HALIDON HILL
440 BALLADS AND LYRICAL PIECES. Glenfiolas; or Lord Ronald's Coronach ib. Notes
443 The Eve of Saint Joho .
446 Cadyow Castle.
450 The Gray Brother
454 The Fire-King (imitated from Goethe)
ib. Frederick and Alice (imilated from Bürger). 456 The Wild Huntsmen
457 Williain and Helen (imitated from Bürger) 459 The Battle of Sempach (translated from
War-song of the Royal Edinburgh Light Dra-
468 The Norman Horse-shoe
469 The Last Words of Cadwallon
ib. The Maid of Toro.
ib. Helivellyu .
470 Jock of Hazeldean .
ib. Lullaby of an lafant Chief .
ib. Prbroch of Donald Dhu
471 Nora's Vow
Page Mac-Gregor's Gathering
472 Donald Caird 's come again
ib. Mackrimmon's Lament
473 On Ettrick Forest's mountains dun .
ib. The Sun upon the Weirdlaw-bill
ib. The Maid of Isla
474 The Foray
ib. The Monks of Bangor's March
ib. The Search after Happiness; or the Quest of Sultaun Solimaun
475 The Poacher
478 The Dance of Death
479 Farewell to the Muse
480 Epitaph on Mrs Erskine
ib. Mr Kemble's Farewell Address, on taking leave of the Edinburgh Stage
481 Epilogue to The Appeal
ib. Song-Oh say not, my love, with that morti
fied air The Palmer
ib. The Maid of Neidpath .
482 Wandering Willie .
ib. Hunting-song-Waken, lords and ladies gay 483 The Violet
ib. To a Lady, with flowers from a Roman wall ib. The Bard's Incantation, written under the
Threat of invasion, in the autumn of 1804 ib. The Resolve (in imitation of an old English poem).
484 Epitaph designed for a monument in Lichfield
Cathedral, at the Burial Place of the Family of Miss Seward
ib. The Return to Ulster
485 On the Massacre of Glencoe
ib. Prologue to Miss Baillie's play of the Family Legend.
ib. Farewell to Mackenzie, High Chief of Kintail (from the Gaelic)
486 Imitation of the preceding song
ib. War-song of Lachlan, High Chief of Maclean (from the Gaelic)
487 Saint-Cloud (written in September, 1815) ib. Romance of Dunois (from the French)
ib. The Troubadour
488 From the French-It chanced that Cupid on
Song, for the Anniversary Meeting of the Pitt
ib. Song, on the lifting of the Banner of the
House of Buccleuch, at a great Football-
ib. The Death of Keeldar .
489 Farewell Address, Spoken at the Edinburgh
Theatre by Mrs Henry Siddons, April, 1830. 490 Lines in the Album at the Bell-Rock Lighthouse. ib. Impromplu, to M. Alexandre
: The Figures between parentheses, thus (1), refer to Notes at the end of each Poem; those marked thus, ' 10
Notes at the bottom of the page.