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Kemble, John Philip, Esq., i, 997; 1i. Knighton, Sir William, viii. 142, 979;

18. Scott's intimacy with, iii. 212, ix. 10, 14, 230, 940, 349.
213. Anecdotes of, 213, 214. Re- Knowledge newly acquired, our desire
marks on his acting, iv. 66; v. 208. of imparting to others, vii. 288-9.
His Sir Giles Overreach contrasted | Knox, David, killed, i. 314.
with Cooke's, iv. €6, 67. His re- - William, a young poet, viii. 145,
tirement from the Edinburgh stage, 1 146.

v. 208, 209 n.
- F. 9. 349; vii. 370; ix. 287.

Reviewal of “the Life of," viji.
295, 331-2.

Labour the lot of man, vi. 287.
Mrs J. P., vii. 378.

La Cava, excursion to, x. 163. Mo-
- Miss Fanny (now Mrs Butler), nastery of, 165.

ix. 341-2. Her performance of “Isa- Lacy, Mr, of Drury Lane theatre, viii.
bella," 341.

195,
Kemps, father and son, vi. 206. “LADY OF THE LAKE," publication
“ KENILWORTH," 5 Vols., its title of, in May 1810, iii. 246. Success
suggested, vi. 266. Publication, in of, 248. After multiplied editions
January 1821, 294; vi, 378, 584; of, 249. Retrospect of its composi-
vii. 337.

tion, 249-53. Opinions of the cri-
Kennedy, the tinker, vi, 58.

tics-Ellis, 254, 261-2; Jeffrey, 254-
Kenneth IIL, i. 329.

6; Sir James Mackintosh, 256 n. ;
Kent, Duchess of, commands Scott Southey, 257; Canning, 265. Con-
to dinner, ix. 242.

trasted with the “ The Lay' and
Kerr, Lord Robert, viii. 123.

“ Marion," 256-7; iv. 51. Re-
- Charles of Abbotrule, i. 204. ception of a copy at Lisbon, 394.
Letters from, 307, 364; ii. 40. - i. 193, 290; ii. 19, 250, 257 ; ii.

John, Esq., Glasgow, iji. 91 n. 227, 244, 262, 266; vi. 383.
Kier, seat of Mr Stirling, i. 291. - Melo-dramas of, iii. 28 9.
Kiery Craggs, vi. 264.

Lady, anecdote of a divorced, viii. 70
Kilkenny, nunnery of, viii. 223.

of Session, and the Waverley
Killarney, visit to, viii. 40.

Novels, vi. 26.
Kilmore, church of, iv. 307.

Lady Green Mantle, the," i. 218.
Kippilaw, i. 229.

“ Lady's Rock, the," Mull, scene of
Kinloch of Kinloch, vi. 168; viii. “The Family Legend," iii. 274.
379.

Laggan, story of a haunted glen in,
Kinnaird's Head, iv. 188.

x. 71.
Kinnedder, Lord. (See William Er. Lago d'Agnano, x. 155.
skine.]

Laidlaw, William, i. 268. Scott's
Kinniburgh, Mr., viii. 402.

first acquaintance with, ii. 59. His
Kirkaldy of Grange, iv. 220.

introduction of James Hogg, 60.
“ Kirkton's Church History,” v. 285, Character, and removal to Kaeside,
306.

v. 210. His song of “ Lucy's Flit.
Kirkwall, visit to, iv. 216.

ting," 211. Literary employment,
Kirn, festival of the, vi. 252.

212-15. Irving's account of, 251.
" Kittle Nine stanes, the," i. 134. Suggestion for " St. Ronan's Well,'
Knight, Mr, artist, viii. 190, 199; his vii. 168. Moore's account of, viii.
portrait of Scott, x. 262.

68. Funeral of his child, 322-3.
Knights of the Round Table, i

Amanuensis to Scott, vi. 67; X. 67.

His interviews with Scott in his last shirel, his reception of Prince Leo-
illness, x. 207 passim 212 n.

pold at Selkirk, vi. 131.
- Letters to, v. 212, 214, 262, 263, Lang, Mr Andrew, x. 44.
288, 292, 296, 304; vi. 160, 184, Langhorne's poems, i. 183, 184; ii.
185, 213; x. 169.

24. Lines from, i. 185.
- ji. 162; v. 113, 114, 391; vi. 67, Languages, modern, Scott's acquain-
213, 215; viii. 163, 902; ix. 107, tance with, 176. Anecdote of his
171, 306, 353-4; X. 4,9, 22, 42-4. French, ib.

(" Laird Nippy,") his annual vi. 275. Classical studies of, re-
kirn, iii. 103. Character, ib. Fa. commended, 274, 275, 287. Not
mily story of the black art," 104.

too exclusively, 323.
Laing, Malcolm, Esq., i. 326. His | Landsdowne, Lord, ii. 299; ix. 101.

“ History of Scotland," vii. 155. Larochejacquelin's Memoirs, Scott's
At Kirkwall, iv. 246, 252.

preface and notes to, viii. 172, 180.
Mr David, vii. 137.

Lasswade cottage, Scott's residence
“ LAIRV's Jock, The," tale of, ix. ' at, ii. 6. 58: iii. 98. Visi
181.

ii. 102 passim. Wordsworth, 160.
Lake of Avernus, x. 168.

Removal from to Ashestiel, 188.
Lakes of Scotland, superstition re- Lauchie, Laird, or “ Lauchie Lang.
garding, v. 126.

legs," v. 293. Death of, vi. 126.
Lalain, Jaques de, Chronicle of, viii. Flyttan out o' the warld," 129.
264,

Laudamy and Calamy," anecdote,
Lamb, Charles, vi. 242 n.

iv. 17, 18.
- the Hon. William (Lord Melu | Laudanum, vi. 43, 61. Deaths by,
bourne), v. 170.

vii. 41. Energy of mind in a case
Lambs, sheep, ix. 69; X. 95.

of swallowing it, 42.
Lambeth, x. 116.

Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick, Bart., Vi.
Lameness of Scott, v. 83; vii. 316; 1 404.

viii. 131 ; and of Lord Byron, viii. Lauderdale, Earl of, ii. 302, 307. His
118.

speech in the House of Lords in
Lamlash, bay of, iv. 366.

the case of Mr. Thomas Scott, iii.
Landaff, Bishop of (Dr Copplestone), 233. Scott's resentment of, 237,
ix. 231.

238.
Land-doctors, v. 163.

-ix. 101.
Landed proprietors, home residence | Laughter, real, ix. 75-6.
of, recommended, vi. 253.

Laureateship offered to Scott, iv. 101;
Landlords and tenants, speculations and declined, 109, 126; v. 45; ac.
of, v. 162.

cepted by Southey, 117. Its reve-
Landor, Walter Savage, Esq., iii. 44; nue, 118.
v. 330.

Lauriston, Marquis de, ix. 39.
“ Landscape Gardening,” (See Essay - the ancient seat of the Laws, ix.
on.]

39 n.
painting, vii. 114.

Law, Louis, of Lauriston, ix. 39.
paintings in 39 Castle Street, Laval-Montmorency, Duke of, ix.
yiii. 274.

369.
Landseer, Edwin, Esq., R.A., viii. Law profession -folly of the general

254. His portrait of Scott, x. 264. ambition towards it in Scotland, .
Lang, Mr Andrew (for Procurator viii. 110. Mistake of T. L. in, 141.

fiscal, read Sheriff-clerk of Selkirk Lawrence, Sir Thomas, his portrait

of Scott for King George IV., vi. , “ LETTERS ox DEMONOLOGY AND
201-3; vii. 23; ix. 44, 51. Re. WITCHCRAFT," extracts from
marks on, 51 ; x. 261.

on Glammis Castle, i. 295-7. Le-
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, ix. 16, 159. gend of Ercildowne, ii. 38. Dup.
“LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL," vegan Castle, iv. 305. Fancied ap-

origin of the poem, ii. 110. Progress parition of Lord Byron, ix. 140.
of its composition, 111, 113, 121, vii. 183; x. 56.
198-203. Publication of, 209. Re “ LETTERS OF MALACAI MALA-
trospect of its origin and progress, GROWTHER," origin of their com-
209-14, 216. Its success, 214-15, position, viii. 241-2, 263-4. Pre.
225. Opinions of Ellis and Frere, paration, 264 passim. Publication,
219. Of Jeffrey, 214, 219. Engle in March 1826, 267, 273-6 passim.
field, 222. Pitt and Fox, 225. Mul Offensive to the Ministers, 278, 290,
tiplied editions of, ii. 226. Profits

299. Success of, 280-1. Opposition
of the first two editions, 227. Con to, 284, 290. Correspondence re.
trasted with Marmion, iii. 44, 47

garding, 295. Result of their pub-
passim 55, 256-7; and with the

lication, 335, 401; ix. 10. A fourth
Lady of the Lake, 256-7; iv. 54. | letter written, and suppressed, X.
See also i. 219; ii. 119, 205-7, 284;
iii. 2, 42, 44; iv. 38; vi. 372.

viii. 379.
Learned professions, vii. 273.

“ Letters on the History of Scotland,
Learning and Science, early neglect proposed publication of, v. 164.
of, deplored, i. 60.

of introduction, vi. 122, 151;
Leave-taking, viii. 138.

vii. 364.
Lee, Rev. Dr, ix. 262.

- men of, vi. 305.
Leechman, Mr, Bristo Port, i, 124. Leven, Earl of, iii. 114.
“ LEGEND OF MONTROSE," publica- Lewis, M. G., his “ Monk,” ii. 8;
tion of, June 1819, vi. 85, 87.

X. 111.“ Tales of Wonder,” ii. 9,
- vi, 68, 384.

24, 79, 80. Introduced to Scott, ii.
Leopold, Prince, visits Abbotsford, 8, 11. Letter from, 10. His person

1819, vi. 126, 130. Receives the and character, 12. Letter from,
honour of the birse," at Selkirk, I. on “ Waverley," iv. 400.
131. Waterloo Bridge, inscription Leyden, Dr John, lines by, 192. His
to, vii. 290.

extraordinary preseverance in lite-
ix. 243.

rary and scientific studies, ii. 52-7.
Le Noir, M., viii. 122,

Aids Scott in collecting" The Bor-
Lerwick, town of, iv. 190, 195, 219, der Ministrelsy," ib. 63, 72. Anec-
221. Bay of, 220.

dotes of his meeting with Ritson,
Leslie, C. R. Esq. R.A., viii. 254. His 102, 106. Letter from Scott, intro-
portrait of Scott, X. 262.

ducing him to Ellis, 108. Ellis's
- Sir John, ii. 157-8.

reception of him, 109. His letter
Lesly's (Bishop) “ History of Scot to Scott, with a metrical sketch of
land," vii, 154.

Ellis, 114. Escapes drowning, 116.
Lessudden, seat of the Raeburn fa Letter from the Isle of Wight, 117.
mily, i. 109.

Last letter of Scott to, iii. 358. Re.
“ LETTERS ON DEMONOLOGY AND | turned unopened, 362. Death of

WITCHCRAFT," preparation of, ix. Leyden, 361. Anecdote of him and
337, 340, 349. Publication of, De Thomas Campbell, viii. 376.
cember 1830, 369-70.

- ii. 67, 70, 71, 73, 82, 99, 116,

1

129, 163, 286, 304 ; iii. 120, 146; | " Linton,” i. 257 n.
iv. 353; vii. 216.

Lions, Nero and Wallace, viii. 378.
Library at Abbotsford, vii. 405-7; ix. “ Lions," Scott, Miss O'Neill, and
137.

Captain Hall, vii. 305-6. Scott and
Litchfield, visit of Scott to, iii. 13. Moore, viii. 116. Ugo Foscolo,
Liddell, Hon. Henry, ix. 161; x. 56. 121.
- Dr, of “ The Barham," x. 125, | Lismore, Isle of, iv. 341, 343.
131.

Literary controversy, v. 187, 300,
Liddells, Miss, ix. 166.

303; viii. 303.
Life, its sources of enjoyment, vi. 347. - envy, iii. 36, 45.
See Human Life.

Fund, London, x. 53. Letter to
Lilliesleaf, anecdote of a minister of the Secretary of, ib.
vi. 77.

income, taxation of, resisted, iv.
Lime, use of, vii. 309, 321. Abuse of, 140, 142
vii. 307.

-- praise, estimate of, viii. 400.
Limerick, viii. 37.

-- reputation, iii, 370.
Limpets, iv. 255.

societies, Scott's estimation of, i.
Lindsay, Lady Anne, vii. 313.

75, 198.
Lines on Border Scenery, by Leyden, Society, The, formed by Scott
i. 92, 93.

and his companions, i. 206. Scott's
on Scott's grandfather, i.

appearance at, ib., 207, 232, 239.
on a Virtuoso, i. 120.

- vanity, viii. 184.
My Walter's First, 1782," - Liverpool, the first Lord, extempore
from Virgil, i. 129. « On a Thun lines on, i. 361-2.
der Storm," 131, “ To the Setting - the second Lord, illness of, and
Sun," ib.

dissolution of his Cabinet, ix. 98,
- to Scott in his 14th year, i. 167. 111.
— “On a Violet," i. 334.

- iii. 202; ix. 98.
" To Time,” i. 335; ix. 183. “ LIVES OF The Novelists," by
- on Lord Liverpool, i. 361-2. Scott, vi. 105.
- “ The Erl King," i. 378.

Lives, useful, of short date, vii. 201.
- on the Banks of the Esk, ii. 7. Llangollen, visit to, viii, 47. “Far-

on Scott's Visit at Gundimore, famed Ladies of," 47-50.
iii. 10.

Local sympathy, ii. 91.
"The Great Magician," iv. 40. Loch, John, Esq., ix. 246.

written on a bank-note, iv. 69. Loch Alline, iv. 339.
- Bell-rock Lighthouse, iv. 184. -- Bracadale, iv. 310.
written in illness, v. 237.

- Britta, iv. 310.
of Burn, a wandering minstrel, Cleik-him-in, iv. 192, 194, 198.
vi. 78.

Corrisken, iv. 182, 312, 315.
- doggrel, to Mrs Brown, St David Etive, iv. 344.
Street, viii. 380.

- Eribol, iv. 278, 290.
- "Forget Thee? No!" x. 165.

Eynort, iv. 310.
- written on Tweedside, x. 102. - Folliart, iv. 302.

by Wordsworth, “On the Eil - Foyle, iv. 355.
dons," x. 106.

Linnhe, iv. 341-2.
- from “ Keble's Christian Year," - of Harry, iv. 265.
x. 222.

Katrine, Scott's first sight of, 1.
Lingholm Bay, iv. 242.

193. Revisited, 290; iii. 96. Res.

dered famous by “ The Lady of the Lockhart, J. G. Esq., letters to, vl.
Lake," 218; iv. 312.

51, 100, 217; viii. 229, 230; ix. 99,
Loch Lomond, v. 234.

100, 103, 114, 160, 259, 269, 325 ;
of the Lowes, ii. 272.

x. 100, 169; – in rhyme, vii. 125,
- Saint Mary's, ii. 272; viii. 391. 279, 391.
- Scavig, iv. 311.

- vi. 224, 229, 388, vii. 125, 168,
- Skene, scenery of, ii. 270.

199, 230, 279, 310, 364, 368; viii.
Sleapin, iv. 315.

27, 60, 132, 136, 257 n., 326; ix. 5,
- Sunart, iv. 336.

43 passim 95, 122, 232, 249, 299, 347;
Vennachar, i. 290.

X. 63, 76, 97, 114, 205, 215, 259.
Lochleven Castle, vi. 257.

- Mrs, her marriage, vi. 219. Birth
Lochore, estate of, vii. 352, 361; viii. of a son, vii. 296. Illness of, ib.,
3, 396.

230. Her Scotch songs, viii. 113.
Lochwood, the seat of the Johnstones, Visit to Abbotsford in 1831, X. 62,
viii. 394.

64, 66. Her death, 252; [vi. 391.]
Locker, E. H., Esq., ix. 18.

Stanzas on her funeral, 253.
Lockhart, J. G. Esq., first meeting Letters to, vi, 297; ix. 263; X. 36.

with Scott. v. 317. First visit to vi. 222, 224, 231, 272, 282, 337,
Abbotsford, v. 368 passim 393. Visit 388; vii. 10, 188, 202, 368; viii. 136,
during Scott's illness, 1819, vi. 69 144, 237, 304, 307-8; ix. 5, 192, 232,
79. A Sunday at Abbotsford, 187. 249, 347; X. 90, 169, 205, 254, 259,
Marriage with Miss Scott, 219. Au 262.
tumnat Abbotsford, 231, Residence Jolin Hugh (the “Hugh Little-
at Chiefswood, 388. Excursion with john" of the “ Tales of a Grand.
Scott to Clydesdale, vii. 193. Mai father,") ix. 109-10. Birth of, vi.
da's epitaph, 277. Meets Constable 296. Illness of, viii. 64, 136, 237,
at Abbotsford, 379. His description 292, 294, 304, 307-9, 371; ix. 53;
of Abbotsford, in 1825, 392-408. x. 64. Death, 148, 252.
Excursion with Scott to Ireland, - vii. 10, 202, 234, 241, 276; vii.
viii. 5 passim. His letters from 368; viii. 230; ix. 123, 232; X. 261.
Dublin, 13, 18; from Elleray, 47. - Walter Scott, x. 100.
Communications with Scott, on 1 Wm., Esq. of Milton Lockhart,
the commercial alarms of 1825, vi. 52 n.; ix. 287, 288; X. 86, 88.
83. Retrospective sketch of the William Elliot, Esq. of Borth
Ballantynes, 90. Interview with wick brae, x. 41, 44, 87.
Constable in London, 174. “Life Miss Violet, viii. 341; ix. 336.
of Burns," ix. 260. Visit to Ab-Lodge's “ British Portraits," x. 98.
botsford at Christmas 1828, 278. Logan's Sermons, viii. 127.
Accompanies Scott to Milton Lock- Lombard Kings, book of the, x. 166.
hart, 281-90. Return to Chiefs- London visited by Scott, i. 29; ii. 14,
wood, 1831, x. 63, 76, 90. Excur. 118, 292; iii. 183; v. 36; vi. 200,
sion with Scott to Douglasdale, 79. 295, 342; ix. 5, 226; X. 108. Last
Accompanies Scott, on his depar- arrival at, 201.
ture from Abbotsford, 1831, 107; society, vii. 35.
and in last illness from London to and Edinburgh society contrast-
Abbotsford, 206. Last interviews 1 ed, iii. 387; vii. 261; ix. 76-7.
with Scott, 209-18.

- audience of the theatre, vi. 44.
- Letters from, viii. 13, 18, 47, 278, anticipated consequences of rapid
307, 321, 371; ix. 98, 109.

communication with, vii. 261.

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