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London, Reform Bill riot in, x. 108. | Lucy, Mrs, ix. 228.
“ London Review, The," vii. 118 n. - Sir Thomas (of Shakspeare), ix,

Extract from, on the Waverley 227-8.
Novels, 119-123. On Quentin Dur- « Luddites," the, iii. 403. 405.
ward, 163.

Lundie, Johu, “ cow and man-doc-
London, Bishop of, Dr Bloomfield, tor,” anecdote of, iv. 17.
ix. 232.

Lushington, Lady, X. 111.
Long Sheep and Short Sheep,” ii. | Luttrel, Mr, ix. 11.

183, 184 n.
Longs and Shorts,” vii. 278.
Long-hope, bay and fort of, iv. 255,

DI
257.

| " Mabinogion,” the Welsh, ii. 150,
Longevity, a cause of, viii. 403.

144.
Longman & Co., London, ii. 108,117. Maccallister of Strathaird, iv. 315,
118, 130, 205. Publishers of the

318.
Lay of the Last Minstrel,” 227;

- Cave in Skye, iv. 287. De-
of “Lyrical Pieces,” iii. 2. Publish

scription of, 315. Contrasted with
“Guy Mannering," v. 23-5; and

Smoive and Staffa, 332.
« The Monastery,” vi, 100. Con-

Macauly, Mrs, i. 169.
stable's anecdote of, v. 351.

| Macbeth, Mr J. P. Kemble's, v.
ii. 245-6; iii. 4, 29; iv, 112, 211 :

208, 209, n.
ix. 210, 260; X. 259.

— burial place of, iv. 327.
Longtown, dinner of the Marquis of

M‘Corkindale, Mr Daniel, printer,
Abercorn at, iv. 95.

x. 251.
Lonsdale, Earl and Countess of,

M'Cormick, Rev. Dr, Prestonpans,
sited by Scott, viii. 52.
Lope de Vega, v. 182.

ix. 350.
“ LORD OF The Isles,” progress of

M Crie, Rev. Dr, v. 173. His de-
its composition, iv. 124, 391, 407;

fence of the Covenanters, 174, 187.
v. 5-8, 13. Constable's purchase of

Mac Culloch, David, Esq. iy. 87, n.

viii. 114.
the copyright, iv. 394. Publication
of, in January 1815, v.15. Opinions

of the Royal Hotel, vi. 25.
of reviewers, 26. Success of the

M‘Diarmid, Captain, Lerwick, iv.
poem, 28.

192, 196, passim.
- jii. 273; iv. 84, 124, 181, 391;

- Mr and Mrs, of Dumfries, x.

101.
v. 5-7.
Lords of the Isles, iv. 336, 340, 346, Macdonald, Andrew, author of " Vi-
351, 353; v. 8.

monda," i. 64, 279.
Lorn, Marquis of, ii. 76.

- Marshal, ix. 38.
brooch of, iv. 347.

Mr Laurence, his bust of Scott,
Lot's wife, X. 186.

X. 267.
Lothian, Marquis of, x. 202.

Ronald, Esq. of Staffa
Loughi, the Marchesa, x. 190.

passim. 279; iv. 335.
Louis XVIII., iv. 161. Anecdote of, Macdonell of Glengarry. See Glen
169. Death of, vii. 265.

garry.
Louvre, the, ix. 23.

Macdougal, Sir George, of Macker-
Lowe, Sir Hudson, ix, 142, 151.

stoun, i. 22. Scott's infantine ro-
Lowther Castle, viii. 52.

collections of, at Sandy-Knowe, 23.
Lucy, Mr, of Charlecote, ix. 227. Family of, ib. n. 95.

Macdougall, Sir Henry Hay, of Mackinnon, W. A. Esq. iii. 275.
Mackerstone, i. 210, 255; v. 232, Maclean, Sir Alexander, a Highland
372; vi. 140, 152-3, 292.

chief, iii. 280. Anecdote of, and
of Lorn, iv. 34 passim.

“the writers," 281.
“ MACDUFF'S CROSS," a dramatic - Donald, Esq. W.S. i. 306.

sketch, vi. 260 ; vii, 18, 43, 45. - the Trumpeter, viii. 330.
Publication of, 169.

Macleod, Mr and Mrs, of Macleod
Macfarlane, John, Esq. of Kirkton, Dunvegan, iv. 304, 308; v. 133.
i. 278.

Donald, Scalpa, iv. 295.
Mackintosh, Sir James, ii. 70. His of Harris, iv. 298.

opinion of the Lady of the Lake, | Macleod's dining tables, iv, 306, n.
iii. 256 n. Letter from, viii. 246 n. 308.
Meets Scott in London, x. 117. M‘Nab of M‘Nab, ix. 75, n.
ix. 316.

M‘Naught, Minister of Girthon, case
Mackay, Mr Charles, of the Edin- of, i. 281.

burgh Theatre, his inimitable per- Macpherson, David, author of An-
sonification of Bailie Jarvie, vi. nals of Commerce, ii. 312.
29, 62, 333, 338. Letter to, from --Cluny, ix. 309, 345.
Jedediah Cleishbotham, 30. Scott's - James, his poems of Ossian a
letters to Miss Baillie and Lord forgery, ii. 253; iv. 309. But an
Montague in recommendation of article of faith among the High-
him, 333, 337.

landers, 254, Remarks on his own
Rev. Dr, x. 69, 71, 72.

poetry, 256.
Mrs, viii. 306.

Macqueen, Robert. [See Lord Brax-
Mr, of Ireland, ix. 217.

field.]
Mackean, James, executed for mur- Macrimmon's, the, hereditary pipers

der, i. 352. Scott's remarks on the to Macleod, iv. 309.
case of, 353. .

Mad Woman of Alnwick, overture
Mackenzie, Colin, Esq. of Portmore, ! from, viii, 249, 250.

i. 130, 356 ; ii. 118, 321 ; iii. 57, Magee, Archbishop, viii, 16.
157. Letter from, on Marmion, Magrath, Mr Terence, v. 257-8.
58. Secret Liberality of, ix. 179. Mahomet's paradise, viii, 151.
Ilis retirement and character, ix. Mahon, Lord, x. 115.
215.

Maida's death and epitaph, vii.
— iii. 157, 235 ; vii. 364 ; viii. 203; | 274, 281. Portraits of, viii. 190.
viii. 262, 271, 286 ; x. 114.

“ The Bevis of Woodstock,” vii.
- Sir George, posthumous Me- 357.
moirs, vii. 12.

Maitland, Charles of Rankeillor, i.
Henry, Esq., i. 276; iii. 157; iv. 356.
178, 254, 407. Visits Abbotsford, Maitland Club of Glasgow, vii. 137;
1820, vi. 240. Sketch of, viii. 140. ix. 306.
His death, x. 34.

Malachi Malagrowther. [See Letters
vii. 133, 139.

of)
“ 's Life and Works of John --ü. 1, 296.
Home," revewal of, ix. 72.

Malcolm, General Sir John, iii. 362;
- Lord, viii. 367.

iv. 23, 141 ; v. 82 ; x. 115, 226.
- Miss Hannah, 275, 278. Malta, Scott's visit to, x, 126, 129,
Mackinlay, Jolin, v. 5, 13.

130, 140. His illness at, 130.

Malta, seige of, a projected tale, x. | Mary, Queen of England, ix. 19.
148, 160.

- Queen of Scots, vi. 257-8, por-
-- Knights of, x, 110, 131, 145. traits of, viii. 111.
Mammoth, the, v. 127.

viii. 154 ; ix. 260.
Manchester Yeomanry, vi, 124. “ Mary Duff, My," ix. 350.
Manicheism, vi. 425.

Masquerier, Mr, ii. 201.
Mandrin, captain of French smug- Mathieson, Peter, Scott's coachman,
glers, execution of, viii. 219.

ii. 193; his evening psalm, v. 371 ;
Manners, Mr Alexander, i. 337 ; repulse of the Earl of Buchan, vii.
iii. 182.

91.
- and Miller, Scott's first pub- | - vii. 58; ix. 170-2 ; x. 66.
lishers, i. 337, 339.

Mathews, Charles, comedian, iii. 120.
Man traps and spring guns, vii. 317, | Anecdotes of, 224-225 n. ; v. 219,
318, n.

348. His recitations, viii. 167,
Manufacturers, state of the, v. 240 192-5.

- in Lancashire, ix. 55, 56, - y. 88; vii. 27, 33 n. ; 356 ; viii.
Marjoribanks, John, Kelso, verses by, 1 155.
i. 161.

- Mr junior, viii. 166.
Sir John, Bart, of Lees, iv, 151. Matthias, T. J. Esq., x. 147, 148.

David, Esq. voyage with Scott | Matrimony, proposals of, to Scott,
in the Light-house Yacht, 1814, iv. viii. 399 ; ix. 353.
183, passim.

Maturin, Rev. C. R., generosity of
Markland, James Heywood, Esq. Scott to, iv. 125. His Bertram, a
ix. 259, n.

tragedy, v. 7, 9. Scott's letter of
Marlborough, Duke of, iv. 159. | advice to, v. 300. Anecdote of,
" MARMION, A TALE OF FLODDEN viii. 22.

FIELD," commencement of, iii. 3. | Mauritius, the, iv. 100.
Purchase of copyright before com- Maxwell, Patrick, vi. 361.
pletion, 4. Reminiscenses of its Mr, Arros, iv. 339.
composition, 6, 9. Progress of, 9, May, Isle of, iv. 183.
passim 19. 36. Published 23d Maynooth College, viii. 59.
February, 1808, iii. 39. Letter on, Meadowbank, Lord, ix. 79. Speech
to Ellis, ib. Opinions of Sou of at the Theatrical Fund dinner,
they, 44. Wordsworth, 45. Ellis, 1827, 80.
46. Jeffrey, 51, and others, 55. — x. 62.
Introductory epistles of, 56. Its Meason, Gilbert Laing, Esq. iv. 251 ;
success in after editions, 66, 97. X. 155.
Contrasted with “ The Lay,” 44, Meath, Earl and Countess of, ix. 238.
47, passim 55, 256-7; and with Mechanics, effects of a small taste
“ The Lady of the Lake,” 256-7; for, viii. 56.
iv. 54.

- Combinations among operatives,
- i. 245; ii. 18; iii. 6, 16, 395; ! viii. 124.
iv. 16; ix. 325-6.

Mechanical devices at Abbotsford,
Marmont, Marshal, ix. 38.

vii. 142.
Marriage of a midshipman at Ports-“ Meg Murray, meikle-mouthed,"an-
mouth, Story of, vii. 302.

ecdote of her marriage, ii. 89.
-- premature, ix. 202, 203.

Meikle's (read Mickle) “ Cumnor
Marvellous, the, ix. 141 ; x, 243. Hall," 1-182. The groundwork of

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196.

Kenilworth, 183; vi. 266. His Memory, Anecdote of old Beattie's,

“ Lusiad," 184. Poems of, ii. 24. i. 151.
Meigle, i. 292.

Men of Lochaber," The, iv, 342.
Melinet, M., ix. 368.

Mental blood-letting, ix. 184.
Mellerstain, i, 255.

-- Resources, comparative of men
Melrose, town of, x. 220.

and women, iv. 69; viii, 405 ; ix.
“Melrose, in July, 1823," vii. 168-9. 346.
- Scene of the battle of, iii. 335. Monteath, Sir, C. G. S. of Close-
- Abbey, iii. 340; v. 237. Visited burn, i. 208 n.
by Washington Irving, 245. Its -- Henry, Esq. of Carstairs, vi.
ancient revenues, 385. Repairs
of, vii. 31 passim 156. Visited by Menzies Hon. William. Anecdote
Moore, viii. 69. Stanzas of Mr 1 of the composition of Waverley,
Arthur Hallam on, ix. 330. Epi- iv. 171.
taph on Thomas Purdie, 333. - Miss, i. 231.

V. 376; vii. 312; viii. 217 n. Merlin, grave of, ii. 67.
Melville, Viscount, (Henry Dundas), | “Merry Men of Moy,” iv. 254.

impeachment of, ii. 322. Song on Mertoun House, seat of the Hardens,
his acquittal, 323. Its results, 326; | i. 109; ii. 26; iii. 19. Visit to,
iii. 74. His speech in the House viii. 382.
of Lords, on the case of Mr Tho- Mess, regimental, vi. 151, 319.
mas Scott. 234. Death of, iii. 316-Methodist clergy, viii. 215-16. Law
318.

suit with one of, 214, 216.
- ii. 234, 292, 301, 304, 309, 313; Maurice, M., ix. 32.
iii. 131, 235; vii. 88; viii, 157, 273, Meyrick's “ Account of Ancient Ar-
297, 302.

mour,” vii. 206.
Melville, second Viscount, (Robert Mickle, W. J. [See Meikle.]

Dundas,) i, 125 n. ; ii. 44; iii. 131, “ Milch Cow," iv, 121.
204-5, 208. Views towards India, Military Services, anecdote of Scott's,
iii. 309. Visits Abbotsford, v. 369 | v. 83.
passim 391. Offended by the letters Hardships, vii. 374-5.
of Malagrowther, viii. 285, 295-6 - Pedantry, vi. 317.
passim 302. Meeting with Scott | Mills, Scott's gloom about, ix. 89.
after their publication, 379. De- Miller, Sir William. Lord Glenlee,
clension from office, ix, 129.

i. 257.
- ii. 334, 404; v. 47, 284, 369 ; John, Esq., Lincoln's Inn, iii.
vi. 24, 344 ; vii. 328 n.; viii. 133, 286.
285, 326.

Mr William, London, purchases
- - General, anecdote of, ii. 66 n. l a share of Marmion, iii, 5.

ames, memoirs of, ix. 76. Miss, governess to Scott's chil-
« Memorials of the Haliburtons," i. dren, iii. 110.
87, 98 ; vi 121;. 225.

Milman, Rev. H, H., his stanzas on
MEMORIE OF THE SOMMERVILLES," the funeral of Mrs Lockhart, x.
2 vols., publication of, vi. 14.

253.
vii. 281 n.

Milne, Nicol, Esq., advocate, vi.
Memory, power, and peculiarities of 62.

Scott's, i. 25, 36, 49, 50, 54, 58, 62, Nicol, Esq. of Faldonside, v.
66, 78, 165,

292 ; vi. 127 ; vii. 367 ; ix. 328.

Milton-Lockhart, vi. 52 n. Visit Monastic establishinents in Scotland,
to, ix, 281 ; x. 86.

remarks on the fate of, v. 384-5.
Milton's Paradise Lost, vi. 424, por- Moncrieff, Wellwood, Rev.Sir Henry,
trait by Cooper, ix. 4 n.

vii. 268, 273.
Minds, real state of, viii. 167. . Money accounts, advice in keeping
Mind and Body, exercises of, viii. | of, vi. 117, 122.
291.

panics, v. 185.
"a process of,” in literary com- | Moneyers and Oneyers, viii 156.
position, ix. 304.

Monks and Warriors, traditions of,
Mingary Castle, iv, 336,

vi. 327.
6 MINSTRELSY OF THE SCOTTISH Mons Meg, the restoration of, applied

BORDER," 3 vols. Preparation of, for, vii. 86; viii. 150. Restored to
ii. 43 passim 76. Publication of Edinburgh Castle in 1829, ix. 309..
vols. i. and ii., ii. 79. Success of, Montague, Lord, ii. 44; iii. 60; x.
81. Remarks on by Ellis, 83; and 261. Letter from, iii. 60.
others, 85. Publication of vol. iii., | - Letters to, v. 227 ; vi. 2, 34, 79,
128. Continued success, ib. Cha- 83, 130, 148, 196, 284, 291, 321,
racteristics of the compilation, 130. 337, 342; vii, 11, 14, 35, 37, 41,
- i. 266, 268, 349; ii. 107 passim 44, 147, 149, 152, 248, 255, 282.
123.

Lady, v. 228, 229.
Minto, Gilbert, first Earl of, sketch — Lady Mary Wortley, ii. 152.

of, viii. 169. Superstition regard John, last Duke of, vi. 84 n.
ing, 170; ii. 300, 306.

- House, ii. 313, 315.
Earl of, vii. 277 ; viii. 169. Montfaucon's Antiquities, 15 vols.
Lady, viii. 169, 388.

the gift of George IV., vii. 224.
Minute historian and philosopher, Montgomery, James, Esq. vii. 233-4.
viii. 168.

Mont-Martre, iv. 159
Mirbel, Madam, ix. 32, 37.

Montmorency, v. 79
Mischief-making, Lord Byron's love Montreuil, ix. 20.
of, viii. 118.

Montrose, Duke of, iii. 237 ; vii.
Mislaying of papers, viii. 139.

47 n.
Missionary preacher, anecdote of in Montrose's, Marquis of, sword given
Orkney, iv. 261.

I to Scott, iii. 390. At Abbotsford,
Mitchell, Rev. James, Scott's de vii. 47, 99. Anecdote, 47 n.

scription of him as tutor, i. 41. Monypenny, David, Lord Pitmilly,
His reminiscences of Scott, i. 143. i. 163, 208 n; viii. 262.
Visit to, at Montrose, 329.

Alexander, Esq. W.S., viii.
Mob ingratitude, v. 195; vii. 286. 197 n., 261.
Moguls, last of the, viii. 189.

- Colonel, viii. 261.
Moira, Earl of, commander of the - David, Esq., viii. 262.

forces in Scotland, ii. 241 ; ii. 302, -- Francis, Esq., viii. 262.
307.

Moore, General Sir John, iii. 161,
Molly and the kettle, x. 18.

174, 319, 328; ix. 255.
“ MONASTERY, THE," 3 vols. 12mo. - Thomas, Esq., iji. 165 ; viii. 42.

vi. 188, 247. Publication of, His "Twopenny Post-bag," iv. 58.
March, 1820, 199. Remarks on it Visit to Abbotsford, viii. 65.
as a failure, 255.

Sketch of, 114-15. His “Life of
vii. 191-2.

Sheridan,” 194-5.

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