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Hertford, Marquis of, iv. 106. Letter / “ Hoffman's Novels,” review of, ix.
from, 108. Letter to, ib.

73.
- X. 146.

Hogarth's “ Distressed Poet,” viii.
Hexham, Duke of, i. 261.

277.
excursion to, i. 261.

Hogarth, George, Esq., v. 343; viii.
Hibbert, Dr, viii. 155.

197.
High School of Edinburgh, i. 38, 39; Hogg, James, the Ettrick Shepherd,
iii. 111.

his introduction to Scott, ii. 60.
Highland Clans, vii. 42. Muster of, Sketch of, 61. Visits Edinburgh, i.

on George IV. visiting Edinburgh, 67. His literary ambition, i. 67-8.
49 passim 81.

Dines with Scott in Castle Street,
- hospitality abused, v. 222.

168. His letter to Scott in conse
- superstitions, iv. 305.

quence, 169. His “Mountain Bard,"
-- whiskey, iv. 137.

ib.; ii. 315; iii. 91. Ineffectual at-
“ HIGHLAND Widow, Tue,” origin tempts of Scott to serve him, ii.

and commencement of the tale of, | 190, 259; iii. 93, 363; iv. 134, 340,
viii. 345. Progress of, 378. Pub 343; viji. 258, 336; ix. 106; X. 169.

lication, in November 1827, ix. 173. Aspires to the rank of a militia
Highlandman's gun, v. 262.

ensign, iii. 91; and of an officer of
Highlands of Scotland, Scott's excur- | excise, 92. Obtains liferent of a

sions to, i. 189, 289, 364; iii. 192, farm from the Duke of Buccleuch,
272; v. 158, 234.

ib. His “ Forest Minstrel,” 363
Highlanders, Scottish, anecdotes of, Letter of Scott on, to the Coun-

i. 192, 193; iv. 280, 283; v. 66; tess of Dalkeith, ib. Its results,
viii. 7, 11; ix. 257, 258. Their 365. Scott's account of him to By-
faith in the authenticity of Ossian, ron, iv. 133. Byron's comment on
ii. 254.

a letter from, 387 n. Eccentric let.
and Irish contrasted, viii. 7, 8. ter to the Duchess of Buccleuch,
Hill, Norman, Esq., iv. 166 n.

iv. 392. Establishment at Altrive,
Hinves, David, “yclept Caliban," iv. 394. His“ Poetic Mirror," v. 112.
* 397 n. Letter from Coleridge to, Quarrel with Scott, ib.; and recon-
398 n.; vi. 239.

ciliation, 114-16. Song on the ban-
History, advantages of its study, vi. ner of Buccleuch, 120. Another
419.

outbreak, ib. Removal to Altrive,
mode of acquiring a knowledge 227. His “ Queen's Wake,” ib.
of, vi. 324.

Meets Sir D. Wilkie, 256. His
- domestic, study of, recommend " Jacobite Relics,” vi. 36, 37 n.
ed, vii. 153.

Marriage, 340. Invited to witness
“ HISTORY OF SCOTLAND" for “Lard the coronation of George IV. 340.

ner's Cyclopedia,"ix. 260,320. Pub Prefers attending the St Boswell's
lication of vol. i. in 1829, 321; and fair, 341, 359. Galashiels festival,
of vol. ii. in 1830, 338.

vii. 96. Captain of the “ St. Ro.
Historians of Scotland, vii. 154-5. nan's Games,” vii. 210. Meeting of
Historian and philosopher, minute, hux Tividale Poets," viii. 154. His
viii. 168.

portrait, x. 59 n. His death, 251.
Historical writing, vii. 383.

- Letters from, ii. 169, 191; iii.
Hobhouse, John Cam, Esq., dedica 345; iv. 392; v. 114.
tion of Byron to, viii. 119.

- j.118,184 n., 272; iv. 57 n., 112;
Hodgson, Dr F., Oxford, ix. 54.

y. 293; vi. 251, 380; vii. 194.

Hogg, Dr, Naples, x. 147, 166. | Hope, James, Esq., i. 40.

Robert, letter from, on the com. - John, Esq., Dean of Faculty,
position of the Life of Buonaparte, sketch of, viii. 157.
ix. 114.

- viii. 138, 273; ix. 289; X. 263.
Hogmanay at Abbotsford, v. 16-18; Hopetoun, Countess of, ix. 310.
vii. 293-8.

Horner, Francis, Esq., an original
Holcroft, Thomas, i. 343.4.

contributor to “ The Edinburgh
Holdsworth, Mr, of Glasgow, vii. 142. Review," iii. 64. Scott's notion of,
Holford, Miss, iv. 57 n.

66.
Holland, Dr, medical attendance on Horses, advice in the purchase of, vi.
Scott, x: 112, 201.

1 110, 111.
Holland House, ii. 309; iv. 4; ix. Horton, Right Hon. Sir Robert Wil-
242. Description of, ib.

mot, ix. 11, 15, 17.
- Lord, his speech in the House -Lady, ix. 17.

of Lords, on the case of Mr Tho- Hot temper, “a man of a very," ix.
mas Scott, iii. 234. Scott's resent-
ment of, 239, 240. Estimate of « HOUSE OF ASPEN, The," a tragedy,
Lord H., X. 189.

ii. 18-20, 72; iii. 2. Printed in
- v. 170; ix. 242; X. 240.

Heath's Keepsake, ix. 208.
Holland, redemption of, iv. 137. Howard, the philanthropist, ix. 217.
Holm, sound of, iv. 253.

Howden, Mr Francis, viii. 278.
Home, Earl of, v. 116.

Howgate Inn, i. 203-4.
- George, Esq. of Wedderburn, Howison, William, Esq., iv. 39. His
resigns his clerkship of session in ballad of Polydore, ib. vii. 171.
favour of Scott, ii. 291; iii. 334, sketch of. vii. 17
382.

Howley, Dr, Archbishop of Canter-
- John, author of Douglas, meet bury, iii. 185; ix. 231.
Scott in infancy at Bath, i.30, Hoy, Island of, ir. 261, 263, 267.
188, 290.

Sound of, 260. Hill of, 264, 267.
's Douglas, ix. 100. Works re Dwarfie Stone, 268. Eagles, 269.
viewed, ib.

Hughes, Dr and Mrs, vii. 259-60.
Home residence of landowners recom.

- John, Esq., of Oriel College, vii.
mended, vi. 253.

275.
Homer, busts of, v. 320.

Hugh Littlejohn. (See John Hugh
- 's Iliad, ix. 232.

Lockhart.]
Homicide, case of, i. 314.

Hugomont, v. 69.
Hood, Sir Samuel, iii. 359.

Human frame, changes of, in decay-
- Lady, iii. 358: iv, 28; v.

ing and renewing, viii. 185-6.
19 n.

- life, frail tenure of, ix. 72.
Hooke, Theodore, Esq., his novel of - the great art of, ix. 200. Like a
“ Maxwell," vii. 81.

game at cards, 201.
vii. 376; ix. 43, 219.

- its “shadows and storms,” x. 119.
Hoole's “ Translation of Tasso, i. 52,

- passion, progress ot, ix. 291.
63; and of "Ariosto," 63; viii. 365. - race, the improvement of, from
Hope, Right Hon. Charles, Lord Pre experience of the past, vi. 419.

sident of the Court of Session, vi. | Hume Castle, i. 110.
34, 155.

- David (the historian), rhymes
- Capt. Charles, R.N., vi. 34. of, v. 98.
- Sir John, viii. 198; ix. 95. 1- David, Esq., Professor of Scots

Law, afterwards Baron of Exche | 111 luck, viii. 238.
quer : his Lectures on Scots Law, Illness, Scott's attacks of, v. 196-7,
i. 81, 249, 326; ij. 320; iv. 143. 204-7, 237. Lines written on, ib. Re-
176; viii. 297.

currence of, in 1819, vi. 19, 33, 48,
death of, ii. 320 n.

66. Many remedies proposed, 48-9.
- Joseph, Esq. advocate, v. 335. Composition of the Bride of Lam.
Death of, vi. 59.

mermoor under, 66. Another at-
- Joseph, M.P., viii. 310; ix. 43. tack, 79, 86, 93. Anecdote under it,
Hunt family, murder of, at Preston, 98. The first symptoms of an ap-
x. 163.

polexy, vii. 106. Violent pains, viii
Hunt, Mr Henry, at Manchester, vi, 180. Rheumatism, ix. 58. Hæmorr.
124.

hage, 328. Paralytic seizure, 336;
Hunter, Tibbie, of Sandyknowe, i. x. 10-12, 14, 27, 61; at Malta, 139.
112.

Fatal attack on the Rhine, x. 200.
- Alexander Gibson, Esq.of Black- | 11l-will and gratitude, viii. 275.

ness, occasions the temporary ali- " Illustrations" of Northern Antiqui.
enation of Scott from Constable's ties, contributions to, iv. 153.
house, iii. 117, 149, 152-3, 247; iv. Imagination, victims of, ix. 71.
75. Character of, iii. 155, 158; viii. Imitators of Scott's poetry, iv. 57,
176 n.

135; v. 32;-of his novels, ix. 7-9;
Mrs, of Norwich, i. 335 n.

x. 246.
Hunting superstitions, iii. 348. Ex Immortality of the soul, viii. 150.
tract from “ Albania,” ib. n.

Impey, Mr, viii. 395.
Huntly, Marquis of, and last Duke of Impressions from slight hints, ix. 65.
Gordon, v. 46.

Improvident expenditure, vii. 155.
- Marchioness of, vi. 215.

Incest and seduction, “ dreadful tale
Huntly Burn becomes the residence

of the Fergussons, v. 236; vi. 58, | Inchkenneth, Island of, iii. 280.
190, 313. Visited by Thomas « Incivisme," viii. 297.
Moore. viii. 69. “Abbotsford Fa- Income tax, v. 137, 141.

mily" picture at, ix. 135; X. 263. India, vi. 227-8; vii. 267.
Hurst, Robinson, and Co., London, Inferno of Altisidora, the," iii. 330..
vii. 21, 130. Rumours of their in- |

- Inglis, Sir Robert Harry, Bart. M.P.,
stability, viii. 83, 102, 175. Down. ix. 231; x. 112.

fall of, 197, 226, 239, 329 ; ix. 178. | Innerleithen village, influence of St
Huskisson, Right Hon. William, ix.

Ronan's Well at, vii. 209.
49, 52.

Innistulhan, Isle of, iv. 354.
Hussars, the 15th, vi. 296.

Innovation, political, vii. 153.
the 18th, rumours of irregulari-

Intemperance, evil effects of, vi. 315.
ties among, vi. 296, 312

Intimacies, formation of, vi. 114, 136.
Huxley, Colonel, vi. 136. Marriage Intoxication, i. 284.

with Mr Thomas Scott's daughter, Invasion. See French.)
138.

Iona, first visit of Scott to, iii. 278,
-Mrs, vi. 230.

284, 295; revisited in 1814, iv. 324;
Hyæna,” or Jamaica Heiress, ix. ruins of, 325. Monuments, 326-9.
239.

Iona pebble, iii, 279, 286-7, 349.

Ireland, state of, in 1822, vii. 29.
Ideal world, fancies regarding, ix. -- visited by Scott, in 1825, viii. 1,
216.

1 12. North of, described, 13. Re-

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marks on the condition of, 31, 36,/ tion on the character of the Jewess,

44, 57. Its peasantry, 13, 32, 35-6, 176. Comparison of the work with
. 109. Catholics and Protestants, 39 others of its author, 176, 179. Fac-
41, 58. State of, ix. 348.

simile of its MS. 175.-See also ii.
Irish, anecdotes of the, viii. 14, 15, 24, 18; vi. 371 ; ix. 212.

37, 38. Wit, 112. Absurdity, ib. |--Drama of, performed at Paris,
Good humour, ib.

ix. 26-7.
hospitality, viii. 31, 34-5, 45.

and Scottish Highlanders con-
trasted, viii. 7, 8.

Jacob, William, Esq., ix. 229.
- labourers, importation of, ix.

Jacquerie," iii. 405.
295-6.

Jailers and turnkeys, ix. 217.
male servants, vi. 115.

James IV., portrait of, vii. 21.
officer's evidence, vii. 110.

- VI. iv. 186, 251 n.; v. 338, 385;
postilion, iii. 253.

vii. 269.
-- squireen, viii. 10.

“ James I. (VI.) Secret History of the
whisky, viii. 38.

Court of," iii. 331.
Irongray churchyard, x. 117. Monu - G.P.R., Esq., author of “Riche-

ment to Helen Walker in, 118. lieu," &c., i. 140; x. 90.
Irving, Alex., Professor of Civil Law, | James Watt steam-boat, x. 206.

afterwards Lord Newton, i. 81; ix. Jamieson, Rev. Dr, his “ History of
187.

the Culdees," iii. 303. Edition of
Rev. Edward, his pulpit style, “Bruce and Wallace," iv. 173, 177-
ix. 203-4. Deposition, and sketch 8. Visit to Scott, viii. 383.
of, ix. 329.

Mr Robert, ii. 259. His collec-
- ix. 236, 298.

tion of “ Popular Ballads, "ib. Dis-
- John, Esq., his suburban walks covery of a MS. 278. “Illustrations
with Scott, i. 63, 69, 77. Extract of Northern Antiquities,” iv. 153.
from his letter regarding them, 164. Edition of Captain “ Burt's Let-
Attends on Scott during his illness, ters," vi. 19.
174. His list of The Club original Captain John, of “ The James
members, 208 n.

Watt," x. 206.
- i. 126, 197, 321.

- Mrs, her“ Winter Studies," &c.
- Washington, Esq., anecdotes of ix. 97-8 n.

Scott, v. 93, 121. Visit to Abbots- Jardine, Sir Henry, vii. 368; viii.
ford. Extracts of, from his jour-| 198.
nal, 244, 246-52. His “ Knicker- Jedburgh, assizes at, i. 255-6, 262,
bocker's New York,” v. 243.

298; viii, 401. A maiden circuit at,
— v. 293 n.

viii. 326. Election dinners, 333;
Islay, Sound of, iv. 353. Isle of, iv. ix. 358. Speech of Scott at, ix. 358.
354.

Speech against Reform at, x. 46;
Italian buffoon, story of, iii. 351. and there insulted, 47-50, 72-5; X.
- families, MS. Memoirs of, x. 204, 214.
179. .

“ Jedburgh Bailies' Boots,” story of
“ Ivanhoe,” 3 Vols. progress of its the, i, 227.

composition, vi. 68, 104, 142, 177- | Jeddart fee. i. 299. .
8. Publication of, in December Jeffrey, Francis, Esq., now Lord Jef.
1819, 169. Extraordinary success frey, his first acquaintance with
of, in England, 174. Moral reflec- Scott, i. 241. Becomes Editor of

the Edinburgh Review, ii. 134. His 187, 306 n. ; v. 337; vii. 136, 271,
criticism of “ The Lay of the Last 278; 1x. 50, 225.
Minstrel,” 214, 217. Estimate of Johnstone (The Chevalier), his Me-
Southey, iii. 30. Letter to Scott, moirs of the Rebellion, viii. 248-9 n.
with the review of “Marmion," 50, - John Hope, Esq. of Annandale,
290. Anecdote of, with Mrs Scott, viii. 394.
54. Adinner table-talk with Scott, - Bailie Robert, vi. 218 n.
63. His overtures to Scott, 150. Miss, Suffolk, vii. 314.
Criticism of “ The Lady of the Johnson's Musical Museum, ii. 142.
Lake,” 254. His poetical criticism, | Joint-Stock Companies, vii. 387-9.
383, 388; ix. 63. Criticism on Jollie, James, Esq., W.S., viii. 197 n.
Scott's edition of Swift, iv. 163-5. Jolly-bout, viii. 333.
Notice of Waverley, 403. His Jonah, vi. 318.
« Address to Mechanics," viii. 124. Joseph, Mr, his bust of Scott, x. 267.
His bill regarding the sheriffdom Journalizing, remarks on, v. 324.
of Selkirk, in Scott's last illness, X. | Judges, Book of, quoted, i. 127.
215-16.

Judicial Reform, Scott's Essay on,
- ii. 185, 231, 312, 328; iii. 2, 21, iii. 305.
131. 149, 165, 240, 401; iv. 21, 170, 1 Judy's “ Consola." viii. 126 n.
177; v. 210; vi. 6, 285; viii. 278;

Jura, Paps of, iv. 353.
ix. 74, 108, 197; x. 256.

Jury, Trial by, iii. 307.
Jeffries, Judge, vii. 156.

Justice of Peace, remarks on the of-
Jenkinson, Lord Liverpool, extem fice of, and that of a clergyman,
pore lines on, i. 361-2.

united, i. 281.
Jenkyns, Dr, Oxford, ix. 55.
Jesuits of France, ix. 32.

K
Jews, viii. 408. Stock-jobbers, viii. Kain and Carriages," viii. 276.
128.

Kay's Edinburgh Portraits, i. 169 n.
state of, in Germany, vi. 177. Kean, Edmund, v. 168, 349. His
Jobson, Mrs, of Lochore, vii. 347, quarrel with Mr Bucke, vi. 14.
357, 364.

Keble's Christian Year,” lines from,
Jobson, Miss, of Lochore, vii, 310, x• 222.

344-7. Marriage, 348. [See Mrs Keddie, old Mrs, of Leith, vii. 247.
Walter Scott.]

Keeldar, people of, ix. 168.
John of Skye,” the piper, sketches“ Keepsake, The," editorship of, of-

of. v. 374, 376; vi. 133. His re fered to Scott, ix. 207. Contribu-
medy for illness, 49.

tions to, 208.
iv. 148, 163, 291 ; vii. 94-5, 254. Keith, Sir Alexander, vii. 52. Knight
John, “ The Turk," vi. 163.

Marischal 1652, v. 280, 282.
Johnnie Groat's house, iv. 260. - of Ravelston, anecdote of, vii. 39.
Johnson, Dr Samuel, his Greek, i. | -- Mrs, of Ravelston, i. 121.

181. Visits Dr Blacklock, 188. His -- Mrs Murray, death of, v. 310.
poetry, iii. 269, 270. His “ Vanity | Anecdote of, vi. 406; viii. 345.
of Human Wishes," admired by Kelly's (Michael) “ Reminiscences,"
Scott, ib.; and Byron, iii. 270. review of, viii. 331-2.
Scott's Notes to Boswell's Account | Kelso, Scott's schoolboy days at, i.
of Johnson's Tour to the Hebrides, 47, 155 ; residence described, ib.
iii. 280, 283.

Kelso Mail" newspaper established,
iii. 73, 84, 87, 103, 238; iv. 166, i. 343; ii. 50.

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