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LONI ON:

PRINTED BY WOODFALL AND KINDER,

MILFORD LANE, STRAND, WC,

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Lament for the Death of her Son

Elegy on the year 1788

100

To Captain Riddel, of Glenriddel; on

returning a newspaper containing

criticisms of the Poet's works 102

To John Taylor

102

Sketch

103

On Seeing a Wounded Hare limp by

me, which a fellow had just shot

at

104

Delia

104

Address to the Toothache

105

On Captain Grose's Peregrinations

through Scotland, collecting the

Antiquities of that Kingdom 106

Lines Written in a Wrapper enclos-

ing a Letter to Captain Grose 108

Sketch-New Year's Day (1790) 109

Prologue, spoken at the Theatre,

Dumfries, on New Year's Day

evening (1790)..

110

Prologue, for Mr. Sutherland's Bene-

fit Night, Dumfries

111

To the Owl

112

Verses on an Evening View of the

Ruins of Lincluden Abbey

113

Verses to my Bed

115

Elegy on Peg Nicholson, a bay mare

of Mr. W. Nichol's

115

Lines written to a Gentleman who

had sent him a Newspaper, and

offered to continue it free of Ex-

pense......

116

Elegy on Captain Matthew Hender-

son, a gentleman who held the

patent for his honours imme-

diately from Almighty God 117

Tam o' Shanter

121

On the Birth of a Posthumous Child,

born under peculiar circumstances

of family distress

127

Elegy on Miss Burnet, of Monboddo 128

Lament of Mary, Queen of Scots, on

the approach of Spring

129

Lament for James, Earl of Glencairn 130

Lines sent to Sir John Whitefoord

of Whitefoord, Bart., with the

foregoing Poem

132

Address to the Shade of Thomson,

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My Handsome Nell

251

Luckless Fortune

252

I dreamed I lay where Flowers were

springing

252

O Tibbie, I ha'e seen the day

253

My Father was a Farmer

254

The Rigs o' Barley

256

Montgomery's Peggy

257

The Mauchline Lady

257

The Highland Lassie

257

Pegzy

258

0, that I had ne'er been Married... 259

The Rantin' Dog the Daddie o't 260

My Heart was ance as Blithe and

Free

261

Gude 'en to you, Kimmer

..... 262

A Fragment

263

O, why the Deuce should I repine ? 263

Robin Shure in Hairst

263

Sweetest May.....

264

When I think on the Happy Days 264

My Nannie, O!

265

Green grow the Rashes

266

Menie

266

The Bonnie Banks of Ayr

268

My Jean

269

Rantin' Rovin' Robin

269

Bonnie Peggy Alison

270

Mauchline

Belles

271

The Belles of Mauchline.

271

Hunting Song

272

Young Peggy

272

The Cure for all Care

273

Eliza ...

274

The Sons of Old Killie.

275

Katherine Jaffray.

275

On Cessnock Banks

276

On Cessnock Banks, improved ver-

sion

277

Mary

278

To Mary

279

Highland Mary

280

The Lass of Ballochmyle

281

Bonnie Dundee

282

The Joyful Widower

282

There was a Wife

283

Come down the Back Stairs

283

There 's news, Lasses, news

284

I'm o'er Young to Marry yet

284

Damon and Sylvia

The Birks of Aberfeldy

285

Macpherson's Farewell

286

The Chevalier's Lament.

287

Braw Lads of Galla Water..

288

Stay, my charmer.

288

Strathallan's Lament

289

My Hoggie

299

Her Daddy forbade

290

Up in the Morning early

290

The young Highland Rover ....... 291

Hey, the dusty Miller

291

Bonnie Peg.

292

There was a Lass .....

292

Shelah O'Neil

293

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