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Berwick, Rev, Mr, iv. 362 n. | Blackwood's Magazine, v. 213, 271,
Bessie Millie, the Orkney Pytho- | 285, 293-5, 306, 369; vi. 5; ix. 17 n.
ness, iv. 273-4.

Blair-Adam. [See Adam.]
“ BETROTHED, TAE,"[See “TALES Blair-Adam Club. (See Adam.)
OF THE CRUSADERS."]

Blair-Drummond, i. 291.
Betty, Master, “ The Young Ros- | Blair, Rev. Dr Hugh, i. 41 n.
cius," iii. 19, 23.

Lord President, death and cha-
Bewly Forest, fire in, vii. 45.

racter of, iii. 316, 318.
Bible, bequest of to Scott, by his — Colonel and Mrs, ix. 302, 303 ;
mother, vi. 174.

x. 177, 178.
“ Bibles and bottles of ale," story of Blakeney, Mr, tutor to the Duke of
seven, vi. 76.

Buccleuch, vii. 152, 252.
“ Bickers," school-boy, i. 135. Blake, Right Hon. Anthony, viii.
Biggar, town of, x. 79.

16, 42.
Billiard-table, vi. 123-4.

Blood-letting, mental, ix. 184.
Bills of accommodation, viii. 109. Bloody-bay, iv. 336.
Bindley, James, Esq., ii. 303 n. Blore, Mr, architect, v. 166, 258 ; X.
“Bingfield's Wm.) Travels," v. ll. 116.
Biographical composition, remarks | Blount, Sir Walter, iii. 291 : vi. 12.
on, ii. 123.

Blucher, Field Marshal, v. 84, 86.
Bishops of the Isles, iv. 341.

Bluegown," anecdote of a, i. 236.
“ Bizarro, death of," x. 149.

“ Blue-stocking," viii. 388.
Black, Dr, professor of chemist Blytheswood, visit to, ix, 155.
i. 321; x. 114.

Boarding - schools for females in
“ Black Art " story of the, iii. 104. | Edinburgh, viii. 351.
Black-cocks, v. 255.

Body and mind, connexion of, viii.
“ BLACK DWARF, THE," suggested

291.
alteration of, v. 156-9 n. Remarks Boerhaave, Dr, i. 14; head of, ix.
on the tale , 175-6.

313.
i. 365 ; v. 172-5. [ See “TALES Boiardo, i, 64, 164; X. 187.
OF MY LANDLORD," First Series. Il “ Boke of St. Albans," ii. 69 n., 76.
" Black Hussars of Literature," v. Boldside, festival at, vi. 246.
157.

Boltfoot, William, of Harden, i. 90.
Blackurn, John, Esq., ii. 185, 282, Bolton, Mr, of Birmingham, anec.
284 ; iii. 197.

dote of, vi. 359.
Blackhouse tower, ii. 271.

- John, Esq. of Liverpool, visit-
Blacklock, Rev. Dr, i. 50, 188; ii. 251. 1 ed at Storrs by Scott, Canning,
Blackwood, William, publishes Wordsworth, &c., viii. 50.

First Series of “ Tales of my “ Bonnie Dundee,” song of, vii. 184;
Landlord,” v. 151. His profes- ! viii. 169-72, 233.
sional character, 154-6. Affair of “ Bonny Heck," elegy on, ix. 273.
The Black Dwarf," 156-9 n., Bonnymuir, skirmish at, vi. 229.
175. Commencement of his Ma-Booksellers and authors, iii. 21, 22,
gazine, 213. “Ebony," 369. Pub- 29; iv. 37; v. 229; vii. 304; viii.
lishes the “ Letters of Malachi 176.
Malagrowther," viii, 242, 280. “ BORDER ANTIQUITIES OF Scot.

v. 213, 271, 293-5, 306 ; viii. 372; LAND," published in 1817, v. 233.
ix. 17 n.

Border war-horn, i. 271; ii. 295.

Bores, v. 395; vi. 234; vii. 359 ; viii. Brevoort, Mr, v. 243.
121, 122.

Brewster, Sir David, and Lady, vi-
Borgia, Cæsar, x. 191, 192.

sit to Abbotsford, viii, 390; ix. 299
Borowlaski, the Polish Count, iv. n.; x. 35.
176 n.

“ BRIDAL OF TRIERMAIN," pro-
Borthwick Water otter-hunt, ii. 272. I gress of its composition, iv. 12-
Castle, ix. 213.

14, 21, 58, 59. Remarks on, 63, 64,
Boswell, Sir Alexander, v. 336 ;

69, 71.
death of, vi. 428; vii. 33 n. ; viii. - iv. 153, 170 ; vi. 383. [See Er-
166.

skine and Gillies.]
- James, Esq., v. 170; vii. 32 n. “ BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR, The,"
Boswellizers," v. 324-5.

progress of its composition, v.
Bothwell, Earl of, iv. 220.

315, 367-8; vi. 19, 66-89. Publica-
Bothwell Castle, ii. 27. Ballad of, tion of, June 1819, 85, 87.
a fragment, 28.

– vi. 76, 294, 384; x. 191.
Bouffiers, Mad. de, ix. 39.

Bridges, Mr David, v. 352 ; vi. 51,
Bourbon, the Constable of, x. 177, 51 n.
191.

Brisbane, Sir Thomas, vi. 140, 152.
Bourmont, Marshal, ix. 369; x. 14. “British Novelists," projected edi.
Bowden Moor, vü. 250.

tion of, iii. 86. [See Ballan-
Bower, John, Melrose, v. 245.

tyne's Novelists' Library."]
Bowhill, ii, 190, 211. Dinner at, v. “ British Poets," a new edition of,

119-21. Cattle Show, 256. Por- projected, ii, 240, 245, 247.
, trait of Scott, vi. 38, 50, 53,79; vii. Brockedon, William, Esq., ii. 66 ;
• 13.

Letter to, ib. n.
Bowles, Mr, Slaines Castle, iv. 188. Brodick Castle, Arran, iv. 366.
Boyd, Mr (of Boyd, Bonfield, and Brougham, Henry, Lord, an origi-

Co.), noble conduct of, ix. 234-5. nal contributor to the Edinburgh
_ John, Esq. of Breadmeadows, Review, iii. 64-6 Adviser of
viii. 390.

Queen Caroline, vi. 198; vi. 217.
Boyle, Right Hon. David, Lord Broughton, Northamptonshire, vi.

Justice-Clerk, i. 77, 208 n. ; viii. 84.
117; at the Coronation of George “Broughton's Saucer," anecdote of,
IV., vi. 352.

i. 242.
Bracciano, Castle of, visited, x. 179- | Brown, Dr Thomas, vi. 216.'
82, 194.

Brown's (Mrs) lodgings, Scott's re-
Bradford, General Sir Thomas, vi. moval to, viii. 334, 374. Lines on
154.

his departure from, 380. Extract
Braham, Mr (the singer), v. 286. from Captain Hall's Journal on,
“ Brambletye House," novel of, ix. | 360-5.
6, 8.

Bruce, King Robert, his encounter
Brave coward, a, ix. 223, 224.

with the Lord of Lorn, iv. 347.
Braxfield, Lord Justice-Clerk, i. Effigy of, x. 83.
252, 252 n., 255; vi. 203.

- John, professor of Ethics, i.
Braybroke, Lord, ix. 229 n.

59.
Brechin, vi. 272.

- John [ SeeJohn of Skye."]
Bressay, Isle of, iv. 204. Sound of, | -- Michael, viii. 145.
219.

| Bruhl, Count, i. 322, 339.

Brunton, Rev. Dr, iv. 31, 32, 329. service of, vi. 285, 292. Scott's ad-
Brussels, letter of Sir Charles Bell vice regarding his studies, 323, and

from, after the battle of Waterloo, anticipation of good in his man-

V. 55. Visited by Scott, 65, 67, 74. hood, vii. 15, 253; viii. 392-4. Tu-
Brutus, Marcus, viii. 200, 304.

torship of, vii. 152, 252, 255-6.
Bryden, Walter, ii. 184 n.

Buccleuch, Walter, i. 142 n. ; vi. 83,
Bryant, Jacob, i. 181

149, 197 ; vii. 11, 14, 35, 152; viii.
Brydges, Sir Egerton, viii. 241 n. 280 ; X. 43, 108, 256.
Brydone, Patrick, Esq., anecdote of, — Lands of, i. 104.
x. 109.

"Lifting of the banner of," v.
Mrs Patrick, viii. 169.

117. Songs on, 119-20.
Bubbly Jock," v. 12.

Buchan, David, Earl of, i. 203 n.,
Buccaneers, iii. 259.

232. Absurd conduct of, during
Buccleuch, Henry, third Duke of, Scott's illness, vi, 90. Anecdote

his influence towards Scott's ap of, with the Duchess of Gordon,
pointment as Sheriff of Selkirk, ii. 92. His death and character, ix.
44; as Clerk of Session, 291, 296, 317; and funeral, 319.
300. His death, 381. Character - Dr James, i. 39, 125 n.
and funeral, 386.

Buchanan, H. Macdonald, of Drum-
- 385 ; vi. 84 n.

makiln, ii. 320; iii. 192 ; v. 221 n.,
Buccleuch, Charles, fourth Duke 234, 319. Secret liberality of, ix

of, loan of £4000 to Scott, iv. 179.
102-5; Scott's letter to, in verse, - Miss Macdonald, v. 335 ; viii.
from Lerwick, 373. Correspon 1 111.
dence with Scott on the death of - Mr, of Cambusmore, i. 290.
the Duchess, 377-86. Presents Buchanan's “ History of Scotland,"
James Hogg with the liferent of vii. 155.
a farm, 394; v. 228. Lifting of Buller of Buchan, iv. 187.
the banner of, on Carterhaugh, Bullock, Mr George, employed at
v. 112, 117, 122. The bond of Scott Abbotsford, v. 166, 167, 259 passim
discharged, 272; vi. 24. Declin 308; x. 264. Sudden death of, y.
ing health of, vi. 2. Departure 311-12. Character, ib.
for Lisbon, 17. Vast employment Bunyan's “ Pilgrim's Progress," i.
of labourers, ib. Death of, 80 ; 36; ii. 239.
and character, 83.

Buonaparte, Napoleon, iii. 131, 159,
Buccleuch, Charles, fourth Duke of, 173, 204. Russian campaign, iv.

letters to, iv. 103, 373, 377, 385 ; v. 47. “ A desperate gambler," 138.
67, 122, 191, 193, 235, 256, 272, 274; / Scott's letters on the abdication
vi. 5, 47.

of, 154. Position of at Waterloo,
Letters from, iv. 105, 373, 382 ; v. 72. Flight of, 73. His death
last letter from, vi. 38.

viii. 275.
iv. 36, 92, 127 ; v. 190, 230, 256, | -- v. 97; viii. 288 ; ix, 102, 371.
284; vi. 12, 13, 46, 115, 197; viii. 78. " BUONAPARTE, LIFE OF," 9 Vols.,

Harriet, Duchess of, iv. 128. projection of, vii. 383-384, 389.
Death, her, and character, 358,370, Progress of its composition, 390 ;
372, 378, 382, 388.

viii, 1, passim 168, 193, 288, 326,
- iv. 128; vi. 84 n.

369, 398, 404, 407. Scott's journey
- Walter, fifth Duke of, heir to London and Paris for mate-

rials of, ix. 2-56. Progress of, “ Burt's Letters," new edition, vi.
continued, ix. 66, passim 117. 19.
Letter of an amanuensis on its Bury, Lady Charlotte, ii. 11, 76, 77,
composition, 114. Publication of 119.
in June 1827. Goethe's remarks Business, regularity and despatch
on, 118. Remarks on its style. in, recommended, vi. 63.
&c., 119. Its pecuniary results, commercial, vii. 371. Neces-
120-1. Affair of General Gour sity of capital, ib. 372. Talent and
gaud in, 142, 154. Early reprint capital, 373. Bills and ruinous
of, ix. 208, 210.

discounts, 375. Regularity of de-
- v. 53; ix. 38, 132, 208-9.

spatch, 377. Economy, 378.
Buonaparte, Lucien, his poem of Bute, Marquis of, vi. 285.

Charlemagne" translated, iii, Butler, Lady Eleanor, Llangollen,
328-9.

viii. 47, 51.
Burdett, Sir Francis, iil. 207, 207 n - Mr and Mrs, ix. 347.
Burger's “ Lenore,” translation of Mrs, ix. 292.
by Taylor, i. 323, 331; and by Byron, Lord, his “ English Bards
Scott, 323. Publication of, and of and Scotch Reviewers," iii. 193.
“ The Wild Huntsman," 337,345- | 394, 398. Scott's first meeting with
52 passim. Letters on, 347-52; ii. the satire, and remarks on, iii.
23. Reprinted in “Apology for 193-5. “ Hours of Idleness," iii.
Tales of Terror," ii. 43.

193. “ Childe Harold," cantos I.
Burgh Reform, viii. 297.

& II., iii. 389, 393, 395, 397 ; iv. 4,
Burke, Right Hon. Edmund, ix 58. Introduction to the Prince

245. Anecdote of his son, ib.; Regent, iii. 393, 398. Opinion of
x. 32.

the “ Lay," “ Marmion," and
Burke and Hare, the West-Port “ Lady," 399. “ The Giaour,"iv.

murderers, ix. 290, 298, 307. 134; v. 30, 33. His and Scott's
Burleigh House, ix. 5.

poetry contrasted, v. 31, 32 n. ; X.
Burn, William, Esq., architect, vii. 160. His first meeting with Scott,
270; ix, 214; x. 117.

v. 38. Characteristics of, 39. Ex-
- the minstrel, lines of, vi. 78. change of presents, 41, 44. His
Burney, Dr, ix. 50.

last meeting with Scott, Septem-
Burning the water," ii. 265 ; vi. ber 1815, 40, 87, 167. Separation

248. Anecdote of Scott at, 266. from Lady Byron, vi. 140. His
Burns, Robert, i. 65. Scott's early “ Fare thee well," &c. 141. Qua-

reminiscences of, 185. His “Tam lity of his genius, 176. His “Bep-
o' Shanter," ii. 94. His Jacobit-| po," v. 307. His “ Cain” dedicated
ism, ix. 260. Lines by, 261. His to Scott, vi. 424. His death, vii.

idea of becoming a beggar, ix, 262. 215. Scott's tribute to his memory,
- i, 346; iii. 269; iv. 133; v. 319; 1 ib. Characteristics of, 323-4. His

vi. 282 ; vii. 318; viii. 114, 225. Ravenna diary, viii. 88, 115. Anec-
- Captain James Glencairn, visit dotes of, 118-20. His personal fea-
to Abbotsford, x, 101.

tures, v. 319-20. Greek war, viii.
Burrell, M., teacher of drawing, i. 398. Fancied apparition of, at
171.

Abbotsford, ix. 140.
Bursaries of Colleges, in Scotland, - -- Letters from, iii. 390 ; to, iii.
viii, 405,

394, 400; iv. 132; v. 33, 44.

Byron, Lord, iv. 4, 44, 57 n., 387 n. ; Cadell, Mrs, senior, ix. 351.

v. 28, 109, 110, 112,170, 172, 182, 254, - Mrs H. F., Cockenzie, ix. 351.
341; vi. 399 ; vii. 170, 291; viii. 44, Cadell and Davies, London, ii, 79,
70,115, 116, 224, 290; ix. 17, 85,350;| 81, 240.
X. 194.

| “Cadyow CASTLE," ballad of, ii.
- Lady, visits Abbotsford, v. 253. 78, 79; x. 109. [See Campbell,

Thomas.)

Cæsar, Julius, v. 13.
Caberfae," v. 18. [ See Lord Sea- Calais, ix. 19, 40; Dessein's hotel,
forth.]

ix. 19, 40 n.
“ Cabinet des Fées," i. 257.

Caledonian Canal, iv. 341.
Cadell, Robert, partner of Consta- | Callander, W. Burn, Esq., X. 267.

ble & Company, iii. 248, 336. Re Calomel, efficacy of, vi. 98, 103 pas-
collections of the success of the sim ; viii. 180.
Lady of the Lake, 248. Scott's Cambridge University, vii. 253-6.
estimate of him, viii. 164, 357. | Cambridge, “ a certain professor
Becomes publisher of Scott's at," ix. 254.
Works in 1826, 357 ; and partner Cambusmore, seat of Mr Buchanan,
with Scott in the re-purchase i. 290 ; iii. 192.
of the Waverley copy-rights, ix. Cameron of Lochiel (1745), x. 185.
188. Letter of Scott to, on re- Campbell, Thomas, his “Pleasures
ceipt of a time-piece, 261. Visit of Hope," ii. 78. Admiration of
to Prestonpans with Scott, 349. « Cadyow Castle,” ib., 79. His
Visit to Abbotsford in autumn "Specimens of English Poetry,"
1830, 355-6. Unpleasant discus 240. Lectures, iii. 392. Poetical
sions with Scott, x. 6, 10, 17, 21,1 timidity, v. 249; vi. 28; vii. 236;
25, 65, 70. His politics, X. 9. viii. 375-6. Anecdote of, and Ley-
Scott's residence with, in Athol | den, 376; x. 142.
Crescent, 36, 39. Visit to Ab - Alexander, musical preceptor
botsford in 1831, x. 96. Arrival to Scott, i. 73 n. ; 155 ; v. 130, 130
in London on Scott's last illness, n., 132, 352.
201. Advance of money in pay in Archibald, Esq. of Blythes-
ment of Scott's debts, 255.

wood, visit to, ix. 155 n.
- Letters to, vi. 415; ix. 209, 261; 1 — Sir Archibald, of Succoth, i.
x. 11, 13, 14, 169.

163.
- Letter from, viii. 126.

- Captain, v. 63.
- v. 368; vi. 267, 289; viii. 203, - Sir Colin, iv. 348; X. 123.
208, 228, 256 ; ix. 143, 306, 308; x. - Sir Dugald, iv. 348.
26, 27, 59 n.

- Walter, Esq. of Shawfield, iv.
- Extracts from his Memoranda, 353.
on affairs of John Ballantyne & Lady Charlotte, ii. 11, 76, 77.
Co., iv. 76, 78 n. Scott's habits [See Bury.]
of industry, v. 368. Suppressed Sir Islay, iii. 24.
letter of Malachi, x. 23.

Campbell's “ Lives of the Admi-
- Mrs Robert, x. 36.

rals," vi. 339.
Miss, Athol Crescent, x. 169. Canadian geese, vii. 362.
- Hew Francis, Cockenzie, visit Canning, Right Hon. George, let-
of Scott to, in 1830, ix. 351.

ter from Lord Castlereagh to,

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