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Aggression, political, ix. 184-5. American tourists, v. 387.
Agriculture of Orkney, iv. 275.

MS. tragedy, v. 382.
of Shetland, iv. 192-6, 201-7.

war, v. 20.
Aiken, Dr Arthur, iii. 30 n.

Amiens, town of, ix. 40.
Ainslie, Mr Robert, i. 235.

Anatomical lectures, vi. 124.
Ainsworth, W. H., his “Chiverton,'

," | Ancestry, vii. 229.
ix. 6 n.

Anchovies, vii. 112.
Air-bells at Abbotsford, vii. 143. “ Ancient Armour, Meyrick's Ac-
Alan Fairford,” i. 218, 252.

count of," vii. 206.
Albania, a Poem," quotation from, purchase of, for Abbotsford,
iii. 348 n.

iv. 85, 131 ; v. 287 ; vi. 65; vii. 400.
“ Albums," viii. 108.

Anderson, Mr, of Rispan, iv. 279,
Albyn Club, viii. 266.

291.
Ale-houses, v. 240.

Mrs, of Winterfield, ix. 350.
Alexander II. of Scotland, iv. 351. Angelo, Michael, viii. 253.
III., iv. 368.

Anglesea, Marquis of, vi. 351; ix. 99.
Emperor of Russia, iv. 161 ; Angouleme, Duchess of, ix. 368.
introduction of Scott to, v. 82. Animalaccio, viii. 122.

Sir William, Lord Chief-Baron, Annandale case, an English blunder
iv. 144; ix. 233; x. 130, 132, 134. in, viii. 276.

Mrs, of Ballochmyle, ix. 237. Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch and
Allan, Thomas, Esq., x. 19.

Monmouth, i. 5; ii. 211.
William, Esq., R. A., v. 336; ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN," 3 vols.,
his picture of the Circassians, vi.

progress of, ix. 258, 262, 270, 271,
50; of the murder of Sharpe, 52 ; 279, 307-8, 315. Publication of, in
vii. 10; of Cornet Scott, 10, 11, 406, May 1829,321. Remarks on, 321-3.
Visit to Abbotsford, x. 105, 217; Anonymous offer of £30,000, viii.
drawings of Abbotsford, 217; his

232.
portraits of Scott, 263-4.

Annual festivals in advanced life,
vi, 52-3, 238; vii, 14; viii. 152,254. remarks on, ix. 62.
Allanton, excursions to, vii. 192, “ Annual Review, The," iii. 30 n.
199; ix. 289.

Anstruther, Philip, Esq., ix. 125.
Allerley, the seat of Sir David

Sir Robert, ix. 125.
Brewster, ix. 299.

Anti-Catholic administration, ix.
Allied armies of 1813, iv. 136, 139. 103.
“ Almacks," a novel, ix. 67.

ANTIQUARY, THE," 3 vols., in pro-
Alnwick Castle, visit to, ix. 167.

gress, v. 107, 126, 128. Publication
Alvanley, Lord, ix. 235.

of, in May 1816, 134, 142. Success
Lady, iv. 2; character of, ib.; of, and remarks upon, 142-47.
v. 87. Funeral, viii. 342.

Peculiar characteristics of, 144.
Amelia, Princess, iii. 289.

--- i. 202, 203, 239; v. 176; vi. 263,
America and Americans, vi. 41, 42; 371, 384; vii. 112; ix. 262.
vii, 229; ix, 15.

Antiquarian relics at Abbotsford,
Americans, their character, vii. 242. vii. 401.
“ American Dame," of Charlie's Antiquaries, Scottish Society of, i.
Hope, vii. 225-7.

203 n.
- privateers, iv. 365.

Antiquity, interest conferred by, on
scenery, v. 249.

works of art, iv. 41-4.

Antwerp, v. 66; anecdote of a High- | Ashestiel, ii. 203, 259 ; iii. 345.
lander at, ib.

Ashley, Hon. William, x. 146.
Appenines, The, x. 199.

Assint, “ stour of," iv. 294.
“Apology for Tales of Terror," the As you like it," the first theatrical

first specimen of the Ballantyne representation witnessed by Scott,
press, ii. 43, 80.

i. 30, 115.
Apoplexy, Scott's, first symptom Athol, Duke of, iii. 232 ; x. 39 n.
of, in 1823, vii. 106.

Atkinson, Mr, architect, v. 231,
Apprentices', Edinburgh, New- 232 n. 259, 308 ; vi. 64, 387; vii. 17

Year's Day riots, 1812, iii. 384. passim 158.
Apreece, Mrs. (See Lady Davy.] “ AUCHINDRANE, or, The AYR-
Apsley House, bust of Scott at, x. SHIRE TRAGEDY,” publication of,
266.

ix. 335.
Arbroath, visit of Scott to, iv. 185. Auchinleck, Lord, character of, iii.
Arbuthnot, Sir William, Bart., ix. 282. Anecdotes of with Johnson
308.

and Boswell, 282, 283.
Archibald (son of an innkeeper), Audience of the London theatres,
College anecdote of, i. 57.

vi. 44, 279.
Arden, Hon. Catherine, x. 203 n. Auldjo, Mr, x. 147.
- Misses, ix. 235.

“ Auld Robin Gray," ballad of, vii.
Ardtornish Castle, iv. 340.

313-16. History of its composi-
Argyle, Duke of, iv. 343.

tion, 314, 315 n.
in 1745, iv. 349.

“ Auld Maitland," ballad of, reco-
Ariosto, i. 57, 63, 164; x. 187,

vered, ii. 99, 109.
Arkwright, Mrs, ix. 166; her musi- Austen, Miss, vii. 4. Reviewal of
cal compositions, ix. 236.

her novels, 4 n. 5 n. Remarks
Armadale, Lord, iv. 263-4, 276. on them, viii. 292, 314 ; x. 143.
Armagh, Archbishop of, (Hon. Dr Authors and booksellers, iii. 21, 22,
Stuart), his death, vii. 41.

29; iv. 37; v. 229; vii. 304; viii. 176.
Army officers, improvement among, “ Author" and “Genius," dialogue
ix. 310.

of, ix. 313-14.
Arniston House, vi. 272; ix. 212-14. Avernus, Lake of, x. 168.
Arran, Isle of, iv. 366.
Arras Castle, iv. 339.

B
Arthur's Seat, ii. 75.

BACKGAMMON, vii. 234.
Artists, aspirants in painting, pre- Baikie, Mr, of Tankerness, iv. 251,

carious chances of their success, 255.
vii. 219-20.

Baillie, Joanna, Scott's introduc.
temperament of, vii. 371. tion to, ii. 315. Her impression of
Ashestiel, Scott's removal to, ii. Scott at first interview, ib. Visits

181. Description of, 189. Storm him in Edinburgh, iii. 94. Her
at, 260. Mr Skene's reminiscences “Family Legend," first represen-
of, 261. Visit of Southey, 277 ; tation of in Edinburgh, 215, 245.
of Mr John Murray, iii. 126. Re- Scenery of, iv. 341,342. Performed
moval from, to Abbotsford, iv. in London, v. 43. Her“ Poetical
1-6. Mrs Scott's charities at, iv. 2. Miscellanies," vii. 169, 171.
Feelings on quitting, iii. 345, 346; “ Plays of the Passions," ii.
iy. 2. Revisited, in 1826, viii. 318 72; iii. 290, 348. “Orra," iii. 350.

Similarity of lines in and Rokeby,

351,
Baillie, Joanna, letters from, iii.
345, 349.

Letters to, iii. 88, 111, 216, 218,
226, 273, 286, 342, 349, 381, 386 ; iv.
48, 65, 126, 137 ; v. 77, 107, 253; vi.
13, 16, 333 ; vii. 2, 171, 200, 231,
234; viii. 55.

iii. 88, 94, 269; iv.5, 10; v. 36,38;
vi. 28 ; vii. 2, 157; ix. 223, 230.

Dr M., ii. 316 ; iii. 288; iv. 141;
vi. 16 ; illness, vii. 177 ; death, 200.

Mrs Dr, vii. 202-3.
Mrs Agnes, ib.
Mr, of Jerviswood, ix. 359.

Charles, Esq., x. 170.
Bainbridge, George, Esq. of Liver-

pool, vii. 255.
Baird, Principal, x. 220.

Sir David, vi. 296, 318.
Balaam," viii. 331 n.
Balcaskie, ix. 125.
Balchristy Club, ix. 275.
“ BALLADS AND LYRICAL PIECES,"

publication of, iii. 2.
Ballantyne, Mr Alexander, v. 256 n.;

viii. 336.
Ballantyne, James, first acquaint-

ance with Scott at Kelso, i. 157 ;
at Edinburgh,211. Establishment
of the Kelso Mail newspaper, 343.
His meeting with Holcroft and
Godwin, 343-5. Interview with
Scott-prints "Apology for Tales
of Terror"- suggestion of his
removal to Edinburgh, ii. 41-3.
Letter from Scott to, 48. Removal
of to Edinburgb, 120. Patronized
and assisted with money by Scott,
ib. Characteristics of, 201. Part-
nership with Scott, 229. Sketch
of, iii. 120. Negotiations with
Murray to supersede Constable,
125. Theatrical affairs, 215, 223.
Sobriquet of “Aldiborontiphosco-
phornio," 121, 225 n. Letter to
Scott on a portion of the Wa-

verley MS., 299. His habits, iv.
82; v. 348, 354; viii. 92. Scott's
wish to withdraw from the print-
ing concern, 98. Mismanagement
of affairs, v. 148. Letters in affair
of “ The Black Dwarf," v. 155-9.
His domestic establishment, 343.
Dinners in St John Street, on the
appearance of a new novel, 344. In-
terview with the Earl of Buchan,
vi. 91. Enormous employment of
his press in 1822, vii. 25. Sobriquets.
of Fatsman and Basketfill, 281 n.
Pledge of security for Terry, vii.
369, 377. Opinion of “ Tales of
the Crusaders,” 385-6. Affairs of
“ The Edinburgh Weekly Jour-
nal," 87. Retrospective sketch of
his professional career, 86, 90 pas-
sim. Remarks by Scott regarding
their connexion, viii. 163, 197, 358.
Deference of Scott to his literary
criticism, and “skirmishes" with,
v.99-104; viii. 168-9, 193, 210, 217,
265, 281, 378, 397 ; ix. 210-12, 219,
223, 270, 307-8; x. 10-12. Catas-
trophe of affairs, viii. 197, 227-30;
ix. 188. Continued patronage of
by Scott, ix. 209. Death of his
wife, 300-1, 317, 354. Unpleasant
discussions with Scott, x. 6, 10-17,
21-25, 65, 70, 77. His last meeting
with Scott, 77-8. Death, x. 251.

Letters to, ii. 48, 118, 238; iii.
12, 329, 336; iv. 75, 82, 88, 99; v.
157, 158, 215, 216, 267, 367 ;
211; viii. 359 ; ix. 210-212; x. 10.

Letters from, ii. 88; iii. 299; v.
157; vi, 327.
- ii. 101, 201, 309 ; iii. 145,158, 258;
iv. 51, 81; v. 31, 62, 89, 90, 99, 152,
351 ; vi. 422 ; vii. 208, 215 n., 379;
viii. 85, 90; ix. 349; x. 9.

Extracts from his Memoranda
of Scott at Kelso, i. 158 ; at Edin.
burgh, 211, Journey from Kelso,
i. 345. “ Lady of the Lake," iil.
267. On Burns, Joanna Baillie,

vi. 68,

and Campbell, 269. On the affairs

Hall," 347. Anecdote of at Paris,
of John Ballantyne & Co., iv. 74.

v. 354. A Sunday at Abbotsford,
Success of Waverley, 396; of the

vi. 188. His illness, 267, 326. Wal-
Lord of the Isles, v. 29. On Lord

ton Hall, 268. His." Novelist's
Byron, 30; on Scott's interview

Library," 269. His death, 328;
with the Prince Regent, v. 51; funeral, 329. Extract from his
on his return from France, 1815,

pocket-book memoranda, 330-).
90. On the composition of “ The His last will, 332. Retrospective
Bride of Lammermoor," vi. 89. sketch of, viii. 94 passim.
Commercial catastrophe of 1826, Ballantyne, John, letters to, iv. 74,
viii. 179, 227-8.

78, 80, 87, 89, 92, 94, 96, 98, 102, 121,
Ballantyne, John, first acquaint- 179, 395 ; v. 22, 23, 152, 154, 235 n.,

ance with Scott, i. 157. Account 364 ; vi. 104, 105.
of his early life, iii. 117. Person Letters from, v. 60, 217.
and character, 119, Becomes

iii. 175, 337; iv. 9, 93 n. 167,
partner with Scott in the firm of

394 ; v. 99, 145, 164, 351, 391; vi.
John Ballantyne & Co. in 1808, 39, 66 passim 404, 420; vii. 19;
156, 183. Alliance with John viii. 90.
Murray, 183; broken off, 188. Mrs John, vi. 405.
Sobriquet of“ Rigdumfunnidos," “ BALLANTYNE'S NOVELISTS' LIB-
121, 225 n.; of Leein'Johnnie,"

RARY," Scott's contributions to,
y. 306. Publishes “ The Lady of vii. 269. Publication of, 404, 405.
the Lake," iii. 246. Embarrass-

vi. 328.
ment of affairs in 1813, iv. 73, 120; Bankes, William John, Esq., viii.
in 1815, v. 21 ; 1816, v. 149-51, 164.

119.
Causes of, iv. 74, 77, 83 n., 84 n. ; Bank-note, lines on a, iv. 69.
v. 148; viii. 94 passim. Negotia- Bank of England, viii. 177-8, 24).
tions with Constable for relief, of Scotland, viii. 198, 260.
iv. 75, 77, 120 ; v. 147, 217-19, 272. Banking system of Scotland and

A“ Picaroon," 86, 179. Expresses England, viii. 241 passim.
to Scott for money, iv. 87, 89, “ BANNATYNE, GEORGE, LIFE OF,"
92, 93, 94, 96. Intimation to of ix. 182.
Scott's desire to withdraw, 98. Re- Club; Scott its founder and
lief from Longman's, v. 25; from

president, vii. 131, 134, 137-9; ix.
Murray and Blackwood, 154. Pro-

76, 344.
fessional ambition, v. 149. Prac- Bannockburn, Field of, i. 71; tra-
tice of deception, 150; vi. 332 n. dition of, iv. 274.
Publishes “ The Sale-Room," v. | Barbauld, Mrs, i. 323.
183. Anecdotes of him, 218; vi. 329. Barbour's “Life of Bruce," ii. 243,
His "bonus" from the Waver-

245.
ley Novels, v. 217-19, 220 ; vi. 267. Bard, “ modest request of one,” iv.
Negotiation with Constable for

135.
the Second “ Tales of my Land- “Bard's Incantation;" Song of the,
lord," v. 270-2. Methods of con- ii. 276.
ducting business, iii. 188, 304; iv. Parham Frigate, x. 120; Scott's
80, 87, 89, 91, 94, 102 ; v. 22, 149; vi.

voyage in, x. 125, 132, 145.
332 n. Expensive tastés, v. 347- Barnard, Rev. Mr, his “Courser's
9, 354. Dinners at “ Harmony- Manual,” ix. 272. Letter to, 273.

Barnard, Lady Anne, authoress of Beaumont, Sir George, anecdote of,

“Auld Robin Gray," vii. 313. Let- ix. 64.
ter to Scott on its composition,

death and character, ix.
314, 315 n,

89, 90; v. 43.
Castle, iii. 370 passim 379. Case and Fletcher's Plays, extract
of murder near, iv. 50.

from, iii. 195; The Lover's Pro-
Baron of Plenton, story of the, v.

gress, viii. 153.
199-202.

Weber's edition of, iii. 302 ;
Barrington, the Right Rer. Shute, viii. 287.
Bishop of Durham, iv. 18. Beauty (female), a young and a
Mrs, ix. 166.

fading, ix. 212.
Barrister, profession of a, vii. 5. Beauvais, ix. 20.
Barrow, Sir John, x. 123.

Beaver, the, v. 127.
Bath, Scott's reminiscences of, in Beef and mustard, vi. 25.
infancy, i. 29-31.

Begbie, William, murder of, iv. 70.
Bathurst, Colonel Seymour, Malta, Behn's (Mrs) Novels, vi. 406.
x. 130, 132.

Belfast steamer, voyage in, viii. 6.
Earl, vi. 186; ix. 148, 152. Belfast, town of, viii. 12.
Battle of Bannockburn, tradition of, Belhelvie, bay of, iv. 186.
iv. 274.

Bell, George Joseph, Esq. v. 55.
of Bloody Bay, iv. 336.

Sir Charles, letter from Brus-
of the Boyne, viii. 15.

sels, July 1815, v. 55.
of Busaco, iii. 292.

John, Esq., surgeon, i. 325.
of Glenlivat, iv. 186.

Bellenden windows, Abbotsford, vii.
of Jena, viii. 404.

147-9.
of Largs, iv. 290, 367.

Bell-Rock Light-house, description
of Melrose, iii. 335; viii. 230. · of, iv. 184. Lines on, ib. n.
of Navarino, ix. 184-5.

Belvoir, vale of, iv. 36.
of Otterburne, Lines from bal- Bemerside, Scott's last visit to, x. 95.
lad on, x. 86.

Bend-leather," iii. 344.
of Philiphaugh, vi. 73.

Bentinck, Lady Frederick, viii. 54.
of Prestonpans, viii. 248; ix. 351. Beregenium, the ancient capital of
of Sempach, ballad of, v. 285. Scotland, iv. 344.
of Toulouse, iv. 157.

Beresford, Admiral Sir John. ix.
of Waterloo, anecdote, ix. 302.

159 n.
Bayle, character of, viii. 247 n. Berguer, Mr Lionel, vii. 278.
Bayley, Isaac, Esq., vii. 353-4, 366. Berkley,Bishop, his theories, ix. 216.
Beacon Newspaper, vi. 426. Letter Bernadotte, Marshal, iv. 130; ix. 101.
to Mr Croker on, 429.

Berners, Dame Juliana, ii. 69, 76 ;
Bear of Bradwardine," i. 297. ix. 274.
Beattie of Meikledale, anecdote of, Berri, Duke de, assassination of,
i. 51.

vi. 197.
Beauclerk, Lady Charlotte, viii. 126, Duchess of, ix. 35.
127.

“ Bertram," Maturin's tragedy of,
Beaufront House, Northumberland, v. 7, 9, 300.
i. 261.

Berwick, Lord, at Naples, x. 146.
Beaulieu Abbey, vii. 150.

Berwick and Kelso railroad, vii.
Beaumont, in France, ix. 22.

309, 360, 374.

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