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iii. 201; duel, 202-3, 204, 211. Po- triganti, vi. 293. “ Queen fever,"
litical qualities, vi. 293. Dinner 306. Her appearance at the coro-
to, at Liverpool, vii. 10, 78. Meets nation of George IV., 346, 355.
Scott, Wordsworth, &c. at Storrs, Caroline, Queen, vii. 48; ix. 13.
viii. 50. Overtasks himself, 53. Carpenter, Miss, Scott introduced
His position in May 1827, ix. 103- to at Gilsland, i. 366 passim. Ac-
6, 111. Formation of his cabinet, count of by Scott in a letter to
111. His illness, 129; and death, his mother, 368; and to his aunt,
130. Sketch of his character, 130, 374. Her letters to Scott, 373, 381,
131. His conversion from popular 390; and marriage with, 391. [ See
opinions, 229.

Lady Scott. ]
Canning, Right Hon. George, Let- Carter, anecdote of a, iv. 26.

ters from, ii. 327 ; iii. 210, 265, Carterhaugh, foot-ball match on,
321 ; viii. 29.

v. 112, 116. x. 227.
ii. 63, 312; iii. 131, 133, 142, 143, Cartwright, Dr, i. 188.
162, 174, 191 ; v. 52; vi. 11 n.; vii. Carey's “Dante,” iii. 14.
76, 265; viii. 272; ix. 52, 99. “ CAREY's (Sir RoBt.) MEMOIRS,"
Cantyre, Mull of, iv. 364.

Scott's edition of, published 1808,
Cape Wrath, iv. 291-3.

iii. 84.
Capel Carig, viii. 47.

Casket, The," a proposal for, ix.
Capital punishments, ix. 218.

238.
Capitalists, meeting of, viii. 156-7. Cassandra, vi: 429; viii. 305.
“Carey's (PATRICK) Trivial Po- Castle Blarney, viii. 46.

EMS and TRIOLETS,” Scott's pub- Castle-building, viii. 182; ix. 314.
lication of, iv. 40; vi. 121. Ex- “ CASTLE DANGEROUS ;" proposal

tract from the preface to, iv. 42. of writing the tale of, x. 70. Its
Caribs, feasts of the, ix. 62.

commencement and progress, 77,
“ CARLETON'S (CAPTAIN GEORGE) 79, 83, 88, 89. Publication of, No-

MEMOIRS," Scott's edition of, vember 1831, 105.
published in 1808, iii. 84. Defoe Castlereagh, Lord, iii. 201. Letter
the supposed author of the Me- to Mr Canning, ib.; and duel with,
moirs, ib.

202. Appearance at the corona-
Carlisle revisited, in 1828, ix. 255. tion of George IV., vi. 350-1. His

Fergus M'Ivor's dungeon," an- death, vii. 76. Ghost story of, 77.
ecdote, ix. 256.

Sketch of, ix. 29.
Carlyle, Rev. Dr, of Inveresk, v. V. 82, 86.
319.

Lady, v. 85.
Caroline, Princess of Wales, ii. 313. “ CASTLE STREET, No. 39," remo-

Remarks on the case of, 314. val of Scott to, ii. 3; iii. 324;
Anecdote of, 315. Sends the au- iv. 172. His “ den" in, described,
thor of “ Marmion" a silver vase, v. 321 ; vii. 390. Sunday dinners
iii. 9.

at, v. 334. Visit of Prince Gus-
- iii. 27; iv. 66 ; vi. 7. [ See Queen tavus, vi. 153, 194 ; of Mr Crabbe,
Caroline.]

vii. 54. “ Poor No.39," x. 36. Sale
Queen, her position on the ac- of, viii. 257, 273, 360, 376. Land-
cession of King George IV., vi. scape paintings in, viii. 274. Final
198. Conduct of, 229. Acquittal, departure of Scott from, 293, 306,
283. Riots on, 285 ; vii. 328. In. 376.
VOL. X

T

Cathcart, Lord, iv. 139; v. 82, 83. Champaign, exchange of, for Scott's

Robert, Esq. of Drum, iii. 338. works, vii. 130.
Catholic (Roman) Emancipation, Changes, human, vi. 400, 402.

Scott's views hostile to, iii. 34; vi. Chantrey, Sir Francis, his busts
303. In favour of, vii. 366; viii. of Scott, vi. 203 passim 210, 358,
33, 40-1, 59; ix. 103, 271, 302, 305, 363; ix. 241 n. ; x. 265. Letter to
308-9, 316. Bill for, passed, 317; Sir Robert Peel regarding, x. 265.
X. 8.

Bust of James Watt, vi. 278; and
Anti-, Administration, ix. 103. of Wordsworth, 283.
- Church hymns, iv, 33; x. 214. i. 142; iii. 99; ix. 247.
Catholicism, (Roman) views of, Character, judged of in epistolary

and remarks on, v. 39; viii. 40, correspondence, iii. 43.
58, 151 ; x. 195; "a mean and de- human, remarks on the deli-

praving superstition," ix. 305. neation of, x. 222-5.
Catrail, The, ii, 67, 189; iii. 340; “ Charge Law,” iii. 335.
viii. 105.

Charlecote-Hall, visit to, ix. 227.
Cauldshields Loch, iv. 85; v. 236-7. Charles I. King of England, i. 275;
Cave of Down Kerry, iv. 361.

ix. 19; hair-ring of, iv. 141.
Caves of Egg Island, iv. 319, 321. II., ix. 19. Court of, vi. 8. Civil
Cave of Friskin, iv. 290.

wars of, vii. 265.
of Macallister, in Skye, iv. 287; X. of France, ix. 35. His re-
description of, 315, 332.

turn to Holyrood Palace, 364.
of Port Coon, iv. 361.

Scott's appeal to the citizens of
of Staffa, iii. 276, 284, 295 ; iv. Edinburgh in favour of, 365-8.
330; description of, 331, 332.

iv. 169 n.; vii. 265.
of Uam Smowe, description XII. of Sweden, portrait of, vi.
of, iv. 280-90, 332.

153, 195.
Cay, John, Esq., viii. 134.

Edward, Prince, (1745.) ( See
-- Robert Hodgson, Esq., i. 326. Stuart.]
Cellini, Benvenuto, x. 177.

Charlotte, Queen, illness of, v. 366.
Celtic Society, vi. 291, 294, 320; vii. Death of, vi. 7. Remarks on her

51, 74. Present of a broad-sword, court, 7, 8.

viii. 211. Dinner, ix. 311. Charpentier, J. C., and Madame, of
“Century of inventions" at Abbots-

Lyons, parents of Lady Scott, i.
ford, vii. 145.

367, 375, 382.
Cervantes, v. 182; x. 105, 187.

Charles, brother of Lady Scott,
Chain-bridge, Scotch and French, i. 367, 375, 382. Death of, vi. 8;
X. 46-7.

and bequest, 10.
Chairmen at dinners, rules for, ix. Letters to, ii. 129; ii. 341.
78-9.

Chatham, Lord, ix. 243. Letters of,
“ChaldeeManuscript,” v. 294 n.,370. 244.
Chalmers, George, Esq. (the cele- Check-mate, v. 47.

brated antiquary, &c.) i. 33 n., Cheney, Edward, Esq., X. 176, 177,
348; ii. 85.

189. His Memoranda of Scott at
Chambers, Mr Robert, ix. 305; his

Rome, 184-98.
“ Traditions of Edinburgh," i. Cherokee Lovers," American MS.
107-8; and “Picture of Scotland,"

tragedy of the, v. 382.
in. 305.

Chess, game of, i. 174.

Chess playing, anecdote of, v. 47. Clarke, Rev. Dr J. S., iii. 406. Let-
Chiaveri, the Chevalier Luigi, x.177. ters from, iv. 107 ; v. 45. Letter
Chiefswood Cottage, vi. 224 ; the to, iv. 143.

residence of Mr and Mrs Lock-Clarkson, Ebenezer, Esq., Selkirk,
hart, 337, 388; ix. 347, 353; x. 63, vi. 199; ix. 181; x. 38, 208, 213.
90. Visits of Scott to, 389; vii. James, Esq., Melrose, viii. 180;
276; viii. 86, 187, 230; ix, 133, 353; X. 3, 62, 208, 213, 219 n.
x. 90.

Classical languages, study of, re-
Child, an only, vii. 234.

commended, vi. 274, 287 ; but not
Childe Harold, Canto IV. reviewed, too exclusively, 323.
vi. 6.

Claverhouse [ SeeViscount Dundee.]
Chimney-sweeps, vii. 233.

Cleeve, Rev. Mr, one of Scott's
sweeping, vii. 235.

early teachers, i. 30.
Chisholm, Roman Catholic bishop, Clephane, Mrs MʻLean, iii. 284.
Lismore, iv. 343.

Visit to, at Torloisk, iv. 333.
Mr, vi. 81, 82.

v. 335 ; vi. 125 ; ix. 155.
Chiswick, visit to, ix. 241.

Letters to, v. 206 ; vi. 96.
“Chiverton, Sir John," a novel, ix.6. Miss M. Maclean, of Tor-
Choice of a profession, advice on, loisk, letter from, on “Waverley,"
vi. 224-5.

iv. 400. Her marriage, v. 55. [ See
Christmas and New-Years' parties,

Marchioness of Northampton.]
reflections on, vii. 293-4.

Clergyman's daughter, account of
CHRONICLES OF THE CANONGATE,

one, v. 251.
1st Series,” 2 Vols., commence- Clerk, William, Esq., i.69, 77. Scott's
ment of, viii. 345, 357. Progress, early estimate of, 80, 82. Admit-
371-2. Publication of, in Novem- ted, with Scott, a member of the
ber 1827, ix. 173.

Faculty of Advocates, 83. Com.
- v. 308; ix. 6.

panionship with Scott, 198 passim
“ CHRONICLES OF THE CANONGATE, 208 n., 213. “Darsie Latimer,"

2d SERIES," 3 Vols : commence- Visit to Craighall with Scott, 291.
ment of, and tales rejected from, Conversation, iii. 344. Sketch of,
ix. 181, 182, 189. [ See "FAIR MAID viii. 109. Dinner parties, ix. 75.
OF PERTH."]

Letter to, on the affair of General
Church, Presbyterian, x. 244. Epis- Gourgaud, 143.
copal, ib.

Letters from Scott to, i. 213;
Churnside's (Mrs) school anecdote Rosebank, 225; Kippilaw, 229; on
of Scott, i. 140.

Flodden-field, 245; from Rose-
Cicero, de Oratore," passage in,

bank, 256, 260.
applied to Scott, viii. 335.

- i. 172, 257, 272, 276; vi. 25, 87,
Cigars, use of, vi. 137 ; viii. 117, 195, 179, 259; ix. 145.
281; ix. 313; x. 15.

Sir John, of Pennycuick, i. 70.
City of Edinburgh" steam-vessel, Antiquarian anecdote of, 203; v.
vi. 342.

143.
Clapperton and Denham's journey - John, Esq. of Eldin, author of
in Africa, viii. 319.

the Naval Tactics, i. 202.
Clarence, Duke of, afterwards King John, Lord Eldin, anecdote of,
William IV., ix. 85.

i. 203. Solicitor-General, ii. 321.
Clarendon's History, character of, James, the brother of William
vi. 418; vii. 153; viii. 19.

Clerk, Esq., i. 201, 231, 263.

"218.

66

Clerk, Bir George, his election din- | Commission regarding Colleges in
ner, ix. 107.

Scotland, viii. 401, 405.
Miss Elizabeth, viii. 197. Companions, Scott's early, i. 63, 77,
“ Clerk Colville," ballad of, iv. 260. 198.
Clestrom, Orkney, iv. 264-7. Company, good and bad, vi. 315, 316.
Clovenford inn, ii. 59, 161.

“Complaynt of Scotland,” the, ii.73.
Clyde, frith of, iv. 367; viii. 8. Compton, Lord and Lady, visit of,
Coalition administration, ix. 131, V. 394.
186.

Concealed thoughts, ix. 44-5.
“ Cobbler of Kelso," v. 218, 219. Congenial pursuits and habits, lo-
Cochrane, Sir Alexander, i. 201. cal separation of, ii. 127.
• Cock-a-pistol," viii. 230.

Coningsburgh Castle, iii. 371, 379.
Cockburn, Mrs, her lines on Sir “ Conquest of Granada," MS. poem

Walter Scott's father, i. 13. Au- on, i. 183.
thoress of the “ Flowers of the Constable, Archibald, ii. 53, 240.
Forest," i. 118. Her account of Publishes “Sir Tristrem," 177;
Scott in his 7th year, 119. Lines “Lay of the Last Minstrel," 227;
to, in his 14th year, 167.

and “ Slingsby's Memoirs," iii. 3.
Henry, Lord, his estimate of Purchase of “ Marmion" before
Scott's conversation, v. 331.

its completion, for £1050, 4. En-
ix. 74 ; x. 215, 216.

gagement with Scott for an edi-
Sir George, ix. 12.

tion of Swift's Life and Works, 82.
Cockenzie, visit to, ix. 351.

Sketch of his person and profes-
Cogswell, Mr, vi. 42.

sional character, 122. Temporary
Cohen, Mr, now Sir Francis Pal- alienation of Scott, from, 117, 145,
grave, vii. 116.

149-58, 169, 172, 200. Bequest to,
Colburn, Mr Henry, ix. 195, 207. of Miss Seward's MS. Correspon-
Coleridge, S. T., his “Christabel," dence, 226, 228, 298. Gradual re-

ii. 210; vii. 291. Anecdotes of conciliation with Scott, 247; iv.
him, iii. 185; ix. 232. Vindicates 75, 161. Change in the firm of Con
Scott from a charge of plagiar- stable & Co., and Scott's opinion
ism, iii, 293. His letter to David of it, iii. 336. Negotiations with,
Hinves, iv. 398 n. His “ Biogra- for relief of John Ballantyne &
phia Literaria," v. 300-3. Attack Co., iv. 75, 77, 120 ; v. 147, 217-19,
of Marturin's “ Bertram," 300. 272. Scott's negotiation with, for

Estimate of his genius, 379, 380. land-purchase, iv. 84. Offer for
--- ii. 91, 117 ; iii. 112, 172, 160. the copyright of“Waverley," 167.
Colquhoun, John Campbell, Esq. of Purchase of “ The Lord of the

Killermont (Lord Advocate), i. Isles,"394. His position with Scott
338; iii. 127, 133.

in 1816, v. 147-51. Suggests the
Colonel Grogg," a sobriquet of title of "Rob Roy,"217. Negotia-
Scott, i. 207, 213 passim.

tions for the 2d Tales of my Land.
Colonsay, Isle of, iv. 353.

lord, 270-2. Sobriquet of “the
Colvay, Island of, iv. 337, 338.

Crafty," 294 m., 351. His social
Combinations among operatives, intercourse with the Ballantynes,
viii. 123-5.

350-3. Anecdotes and nicknames,
Commercial affairs in 1825, viii. 81, 351-2. Description of, in his re-
86-105.

sidence at Polton, 353. Purchase

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of Scott's copyrights in 1818, for Constable, Mr David, vii. 129 n.
£12,000, vi. 21. A Sunday at Ab- George, Prestonpans, the pro-
botsford, 188. Characteristic an- totype of Jonathan Oldbuck, i.
ecdotes of, vi. 267. Extravagant 33, 34 n., 122, 203, 340; v. 143-4;
literary projects, vi. 404 ; vii. 18, vii. 112; ix. 350.
24-6. Second purchase of Scott's Lady Winifred, ix. 260.
copyrights, £5520, vi. 420. Con- Constar, Jean, impositions of, on
tracts with Scott for four unnam- the field of Waterloo, v. 64, 71.
ed works of fiction, 422 ; vii. 107. Conversation, ix. 17, 45, 49, 230.
Introduction of “Nigel," vii. 19. anecdote, iii. 344.
Estate of Balniel, 26. Presented English, Scotch, and Irish,
with the Waverley MSS., viii. 138. viii. 395-6.
Third purchase of copyrights, Convivial habitsof Edinburgh,i.200.
£5500, 161. Gift of the Variorum Coronation of George IV., vi. 215,
Classics, 224. Visit to Abbotsford, 339. Scott's account of, 345.
and projection of his “ MISCEL- Cooke, George Frederick, his Sir
LANY," 379-86. Collections for Giles Overreach superior to Kem-
the Life of Bonaparte, vii. 390. ble's, iv. 66.
Personal character and retro- Cooper, Mr (the American novel-
spective sketch of his commer- ist), his “ Pilot," vii. 242. Meets
cial connexion with Scott and the Scott in Paris, ix. 34, 37, 39.
Ballantynes, viii. 95, 188, 195, 197. Copyrights, sale of, in 1818, for
Rumours of the instability of his £12,000, vi. 21; in 1821, for £5,500,
firm, viii. 83 passim 197. Dedica- 420; in 1823, for £5,500, vii. 161.
tion of his Miscellany to the King, - Waverley, &c., arbitration on,
viii. 142, 166. Scheme of repub- and re-purchase of, ix. 187-90.
lishing “ The Waverley Novels,” | Corby Castle, v. 98.
171-2. His interviews with Mr Corchiano, Duke and Duchess of,
Lockhart in London, 174-8, 357. x. 179; their MS. Memoirs of Ita-
Catastrophe of his affairs,197, 203, lian families, ib.
212, 230, 239, 314; ix. 187. Illness, Corehouse, vi. 401 ; visit to, ix, 156.
viii. 329. Change of Scott's views Lord. [ See George Cranstoun.]
regarding him, 357. His death, Coriolanus, Mr J. P. Kemble in, v
ix. 127. Sketch of his character, 208.
127-8, 270.

Cormorants, iv. 290.
Constable, Archibald, letters to, iii. Corra Linn, fall of, ix. 156.

153, 247 ; iv. 84, 121; vi. 66; vii. Correspondence, sentimental, iii.
128, 130, 138, 225, 245.

228.
Letters from, iii. 152; vii. 20. Correspondents, lazy, vii. 259-60.
iii. 27, 29, 88, 99; iv. 97 passim Corri, Nattali, anecdote of, ix. 257.
161, 165 ; v. 22-5, 302, 335; vi. 6, Corrievreckan, gulf of, iv. 353.
52, 212, 266 ; vii. 104, 107, 208; viii. Cork, city of, visited, viii. 45.
137-65, 207, 283.

Coulter, William, Lord Provost of
“ Constable's Miscellany," projec- Edinburgh, anecdotes of, iii. 217,
tion of, vii. 379-86, 391; viii. 176.

217 n.
Dedication of to the King, viii. “ Count ROBERT OF PARIS," ori-
142, 166. Scott's “Larochejaque- gin of the tale, viii. 265. Com-
lin” for, 172, 180; ix. 269.

mencement, ix. 357. Progress,

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