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Moore, Thomas, Esq., Letters from, 51, 122, 150, 218, 387, 397 ; y.
viii. 42.

· Letters to, viii. 43, 65, 154, 290 ; Morritt, Mrs, iii. 98, 245; iv. 5, 25,
ix. 16; x. 144.

97, 128, 156 ; v. 19, 89, 96.
- Judge, visit to his seat at Lam- “ Morte Arthur, The," iii. 31. Sou-
berton, viii. 34.

they's edition of, 35.
Morals, court influence on, vi. 7. Morton, The Regent, x. 79.
Moral evil, existence of, vi. 425.

-'s, Mr, pupils, i. 139.
Morbus Eruditorum," a touch of Morven, “ The Woody," iv. 339.
the, viii. 153.

“ Mother Goose," origin of, x. 163.
More, Mrs, Dunluce, ix. 361, 364. Mottoes, Scott's first composition of
Moreau, portrait of, ix. 34.

original ones, v. 145.
Morgan's, Lady, novel of O'Donnel, X. 195.
viii. 292.

Mountain, The,” in Parliament-
Moriturus vos saluto,x. 48.

House, i. 275 ; iii. 66 ; vii. 124.
Mormont hill, iv. 188-9.

Mousa, Island of, iv. 223. Picts'
Morning, The, viii. 346-7, 382; fa- Castle on, ib.

vourable for study, memory, and Mowat, Mr, Lerwick, iv. 198, 204,
bodily strength, viii. 245.

219.
Morning Chronicle, the, its allusion Muck, Island of, iv. 319, 322.
to“ Marmion," iii. 61.

Mull of Cantyre, iv. 364.
· Post, letter to, on Maida's epi- Mull, sound of, iv. 336. Island of,
taph, vii. 278.

iv. 337.
Morris-dancers, iv. 218 n.

Mulligrubs, viii. 292.
Morritt, John B. Saurey, Esq. of Mundell, Alexander, Esq., ii. 296.

Rokeby, iii. 94. Visits Scott at Murder, singular discovery of a per-
Edinburgh, 98. Extracts from his petrator, iv. 50, 52.
memorandum of their excursions, of W. Begbie, iv. 70.
ib. Estimate of Scott's Conversa- Murray, Lord George, of 1745, viii.
tion and demeanour, 100, 103.

249 n.
Description of Scott as “a lion " Sir George, viii. 16.
in London, 184. His ballad, “ The Sir Gideon, of Elibank, compels
Curse of Moy," 245. Generous Scott of Harden to marry his
offers of pecuniary aid, iv. 15, 122. daughter, i. 94 ; ii. 89.
Reminiscences of Scott at Rokeby, Lieutenant-Colonel Henry, vi.
1812, iv. 19. Visits of Scott to, in 109, 110, 116.
1815, v. 89 ; in 1826, ix. 3; in 1828, J. A., now Lord, viii. 270, 278.
253 ; in 1831, x. 107. Sketch of, Dinner party with, ix. 74.
ix. 254. His last parting with John, of Broughton, secretary
Scott, X. 208.

of Prince Charles Stewart, a client
- Letters to, iii. 167, 242, 283, of Scott's father, i. 243, 245.
313, 318, 328, 368, 369; iv, 21, 24, John, Esq., London, purchases
27, 154, 168, 173; v. 12, 16, 96, a share of “Marmion," iii. 5.
125, 138, 160, 183, 204, 238, 275, Letter from, ib. Publisher of
364, 393; vi. 7, 9; viii. 30, 52, Scott's edition of “Queenhoohall,"
234 ; ix. 110, 232, 279; X. 155.

84. Overture to Ballantyne to
Letters from, iii. 372; iv. 14, 397. snpersede Constable, 124. Visit to
ii. 222; iii. 113, 311; iv. 5, 14, Scott at Ashestie!, 126. Projec-

tion of the Quarterly Review, 129, Naples, residence of Scott at, t.
134. Introduces a correspondence 146; court of, x. 147, 156; por-
betwixt Scott and Byron, 393, 397. traits of Scott at, x. 264.
Publishes “ Tales of my Land- King of, x. 156, 162.
lord," 1st Series, V. 151, 169. Nasmyth, Mr Alex. painter, v. 313.
Emperor of the West,” 351 ; ix. National taste and delicacy, im-
269. His “ Family Library," ix. provement of, vi. 407.
260 n 269. Generous surrender of Nature, external beauties of, con-
his copyright share of“ Marmion,” trasted with the chamber of death,
325-6.

viii. 336, 338, 342.
Murray, John, letters to, v. 171, 305; Natural objects, Scott's early feeling
vi. 424.

for the beauties of, i. 54.
Letters from, v. 169 ; ix. 325. Necessity, viii. 117, 258.

iii. 86, 169 ; v. 25, 41, 173, 270-1, Neighbours, vii. 319, 321.
351 ; viii. 119; x. 260, 262.

Nelson, Lord, ix. 335.
Sir Patrick, of Ochtertyre, Mr, Scott's amanuensis, viii.
i. 199, 208 n. ; v. 320 n. ; viii. 221. 286.

Patrick, Esq. of Simprim, “ Nest-egg” of earnings recom-
i. 199, 204, 208 n. Visit of Scott mended, vii. 98.
to, i. 292. Letters to, i. 300, 305; Newark Castle, ii. 211.
viii. 272.

Newarkhill, coursing match on, vi.
Mr W. H., of the Edinburgh 239.
Theatre, success in the play of New Club, viii. 266.
Rob Roy, vi. 29, 30 4., 62. Of his Newmarket, vii. 256.
management, vii. 376.

Newton, Lord. [See Alex. Irving. }
vii. 99 ; ix. 77, 84.

Gilbert Stewart, Esq. R. A,
Music, viii, 253. Scott's incapacity his portrait of Scott, x, 262.

for, i. 73; vii. 188 ; viii. 70-1, 114. viii. 43, 254.
Must, and Ought, viii. 316.

seat of Mr Edmonstone, i. 290.
Mutability, human, vi. 400.

New Year's Day, reflections on, viii.
Mutual understanding, x. 32-3.

185.
“MY AUNT MARGARET'S MIRROR," Nicholson, Captain, Lerwick, iv, 198.
tale of, ix. 181. Printed in

John, the favourite domestic
Heath's “ Keepsake,” 208.

at Abbotsford, x, 3, 37, 200, 205,
Mysteries and Moralities,” iv, 218.
Mystifying, Lord Byron's love of, Mrs Sarah, v. 159.
viii, 118.

Miss Jane, i. 368, 375, 381, 387.
Nichols, Mr B., letter to, x. 53.

Nicknackatories" in a purse from
N

Miss Baillie, iii. 392.
“ Nameless Glen," proposed poem | Nicol, Rev. Principal, viii, 405.
of, iv. 84

of the High School, Edin-
Napier's, Colonel, “ History of the burgh, savage character of, i. 45.

Peninsular War,” character of, 149, 150.
ix. 255.

Nimeguen, Scott's fatal attack at,
Francis, Lord, ii. 136, 181, V. X. 200.
232. vii. 148. iv.

Niven, James, case of homicide
Macvey, Esq., ix. 73.

pleaded by Scott, i, 314,

217.

W.,

“ NOBLE MORINGER, THE," ballad | Ogilvie, Honourable Mrs, i. 107.

of, composed under severe illness, Thomas Elliot, Esg. of Ches-
vi. 70,

ters, vi. 292.
Nocera dei Pagani, x. 164.

Oil Gas Company, Scott chairman
Northampton, Marchioness of, v.55, of, vii. 141 ; vii. 374; viii. 113.
207, 335 ; ix. 155.

O'Kelly, an Irish poet, viii. 37.
Northern Lights, Commissioners for, Old age, not desirable, v. 266, 310.
iv. 174.

and young, society of, viii. 391.
- Lighthouse Yacht, nautical tour “ OLD MORTALITY," 3 vols., remarks
in, iv, 174, 180-370.

on the tale of, v. 176. “The Mar-
Nations, Scott's “ Essay on the mion of the Waverley Novels,"177.
Manners and Customs of," i. 235, Materiel of its groundwork supplied
273.

by Mr Train, 177-179. Italian tran-
Northcote, Mr R. A. ix. 240.

slation of, x. 167.
North, Roger, i. 275.

[See “ Tales op my LANDLORD,"]
Northumberland, Duke of, ix, 167, first series, See also, i. 293; ii.
168.

271; v. 165, 173; ix. 321.
Duchess of, ix. 167–169. Old Plays, viii. 385.
excursions to, 1, 245, 260.

Shipping Company of Leith,
North Wales, viii. 47.

vessel of, vii, 327.
Norwegian and Danish Seamen, iv. womanries, ix. 221.
240.

“Omen, The," by Galt, reviewed, viii,
Noss, Cradle and Holm of, described, 268-295.
iv. 201 ; Noup of, 202.

O'Neill, Miss, v. 168 ; vii. 306.
Note-Books of 1792, i, 272; of 1797, Opposition friends, ix. 74.
extracts from, i. 359-363.

Optical delusion, viii, 155; ix, 140.
Not proven,” remarks on the ver- Orange, Prince of, 1815 ; v. 84.
dict of, ix. 91.

Orcadians, superstitions of the, iv.
Nourjahad, vi. 102.

252, 262, 269, 273. Customs, 255,
Novelty in literary composition, ix. 9. 261.
Nuns of Wilton, viii. 223; of Kil- Orford, Lord. [See Horace Wal-
kenny, ib.

pole.]
Nymmites, viii. 349.

Orkney Islands, ii. 163. Visited by

Scott, iv, 246.
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- Agriculture and fishing, iv. 275.
Oakwood tower, x. 93.

Earls of, iv, 213, 225, 227, 247,
Oban, iv. 351, 352.

249-251.
O’Callagan, Sir Robert, viii. 130. - Pythoness, iv. 273-4.
“ Occupation's gone,” ix. 346. Orleans, Duke of, (1829,) ix. 31.
Ochtertyre, seat of Mr Ramsay, i. Ormes' “ History of Hindoostan," i.
291."

66.
O'Connell, Mr, Killarney, viii. 40. 42. Ormiston, “auld Saundie, the cow-
Odin, iv, 252.

bailie, at Sandy-Knowe,” i. 113.
“ O'Donnel," novel of, by Lady Orphir, Clergyman of, iv. 261.
Morgan, viii. 292.

Oscar, whaler, wreck of the, iv, 186.
Ogilvie, George, of Barra, v. 281, Ossian's Poems, ii. 252. Opinion of
282.

the controversy regarding, 253 ;
Mrs, 281, 282,

iv. 309.

Otter hunt at Borthwick-water, ii. ity," i. 293. Meets Scott at Dun-
272.

nottar, ib. v. 172, 179.
Ought and must, viii. 306.

“ Patrick Fleming," song of, vi. 300.
Owen, Mr William, ii. 150.

Paul, Sir G. O., iii. 275, 280, 285.
Oxford visited by Scott, ii. 121. His Paul Jones, Scott's reminiscences of,

account of, to Miss Seward, 124. vii. 242.
And to Mr Ellis, 126. Revisited “ PAUL'S LETTERS TO HIS KINS-
1826, ix. 53. Feelings of retros- FOLK," proferred terms of publi-
pection at, 54.

cation, v. 60. Plan and progress
vii. 253, 255.

of the composition, 61, 125, 128.

Names of the correspondents, 61.
P

The letters characteristic of their
Paestum, murder at, x. 163. Ex- author, 63. Publication of, in
cursion to, 165.

January 1816, 129. Success of, 130.
Painting, Scott's incapacity for, i. 71. iv. 58, 172.
- viii. 114, 252-3.

Peasant and pig, fable of the, ix. 6.
Panics, money, v. 185.

Pedantry, military, vi. 317.
Pantomime clown, ix. 316.

Peel, Right Hon. Sir Robert, Bart.
Papa, isle of, iv. 217-8.

accompanies King George IV. to
Papers, mislaying of, viii. 139.

Edinburgh, vii. 62. His speech re-
Paps of Jura, iv. 353.

garding Scott, 63. Letter from, on
Parents, attention to, recommended, the royal visit, 79, 83. His carte
vi. 288.

blanche for an Anti-Catholic ad.
Paris, Dr, x. 140.

ministration, ix. 103. Bust of Scott
Paris, Scott's first visit to, v. 80. As- at Drayton Manor. Letter to, from

pect of, after the battle of Water- Sir Francis Chantrey, regarding
loo, 80.7. Revisited, ix. 21. The

it, x. 265.
Louvre, 23. Comedie Française, - viii, 401; ix. 47 passim 98, 241
23-4. Museum, 26. Notre Dame, n. 302, 308; x. 216, 256.
ib. Odeon, performance of Ivan. house, v. 258.
hoe at, 26-7. Jardin des plantes, Peninsular war, the, Scott's desire to
28. Rue de Fauxbourg St. Honore, visit the scene of, iii. 291. Anec-
ib. St. Cloud, 33. Tuileries, 35. dote of a Scotch visiter to, 291-2.
Champs Elysées, 37. Inhabitants, [See Spain, affairs of.]
36, 37, 38.

Penny-chap.books, Scott's collection
Park, Mr Archibald, ii. 193, 198. of, i. 166.

Mungo, ii. 193. Anecdotes of, Pennycuick-house, i. 69.
194-7.

Penrith, x. 107.
Parliamentary Reform, x. 8, 22, 24, Pension to Mrs Grant of Laggan,

45. Speech at Jedburgh against, viii. 132, 146.
46. Bill for, carried, 50.

“ cabbing a," viji. 146.
Parr, Dr, iii. 196.

offer of a, declined, ix. 352.
Parrot, death of one, vii. 332. Pentland frith, iv. 254, 257. Skerries,
Passion, human progress of, ix. 291. 258.
Patent medicine offers, viii. 249-50. Pepys' “ Diary," viii. 107, 181, 196,
Paterson, Rev. N., X. 58.

210, 229, 326.
Peter, “ the living Old Mortal-

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Percival, Right Hon. Spencer, iii. “Pilot, The,” Mr Cooper's novel of
202-8.

vii. 242. Drama of, ix. 14.
Mrs, iv. 304.

Pinkerton, John, ii. 85. Writes a
Percy anecdotes," mistatement in, play, iv. 68. His “ History of Scot-
regarding Scott, i. 41 n.

land,” vii. 154.
-’s Reliques of Ancient Poetry," Piper, Mr, of Mousa, iv. 225.
an early favourite with Scott, i. 52, “Piranesi's Views," viii. 257.

53, 157 ; vi. 269; ii. 16, 68, 131. “ PIRATE, The," 3 Vols., progress of
Periodical criticism, state of in 1808, its composition, vi. 390,392. Pub-
iii. 144.

lication of, December 1821, 423.
Peterhead, iv. 188.

1. 201 ; iv. 181, 275 ; ix. 236 n.
Peter o' the Painch," vii. 125. Pitcairn, Dr, i..
Peter Pindar, ix. 87.

-'s, Rt., Esq., "Ancient Criminal
“ Peter's letters to his kinsfolk," vi. Trials," vii. 138. Review of, ix. 334.
100. Letter

on,

(i
ib.

Pitmilly, Lord. [See Manypenny.)
64 PEVERIL OF THE PEAK," 4 Vols. Pitscottie's “ Chronicles of Scot-

progress of, vii. 18, 24, 106. Publi- land,' i. 248; ii. 109, 112 ; vii. 154;
cation of, January 1823, 117. Re. viii. 196.
marks on, 117, 118. “ Peveril" Pitt, Right Hon. William, his ap.
anecdote, 124.

probation of “ The Lay,” ii. 225,
vii. 113.

226; ix. 230.
Philiphaugh, battlefield of, visited, Letters of, ix. 244-5.
vi. 73. Anecdote of one of the slain His death, ii. 296, 299.

x. 243.
Phillips, Sir George, Bart. ix. 231. and Fox, history of the stanzas
Major, iv. 159.

to, in Marmion, iii. 61.
Sir Richard, ii. 177.

Anniversary, the, songs for, iv.
- Thomas, Esq. R. A., his portrait 145; vi. 293.
of Scott, x. 260, 261.

Pladda, Isle of, iv. 365.
Phipps, a certain Mrs,” tricks of, Plagiarism Scott falsely charged with
ix. 238-9.

from Coleridge, iii. 293, and from
Phoca, vi. 263.

Vida, 294-6.
Piccaroon," iv. 86, 179.

Plantagenets of England, ii. 128.
Pichegru, portrait of, ix. 34.

Planting, ix. 288.9.
Picts, iv. 262; vi. 273.

and farming, vii. 287-8.
castle, Lerwick, iv. 192, 198. Alnwick park, ix. 168.
Isle of Mousa, 223.

Planty-cruites,"in Shetland, iv.193.
Picturesque, Tom Purdie's exposi. Platanus, at Kelso, i. 156 ; vi. 269.
tion of the, vii. 313.

Platoff, Hetman, meeting of Scott
Piety and virtue, cultivation of, in with, 83, 87. Anecdote of, 84.

the high ranks of life, iv. 381,383, The alleged prototype of “Touch-
385, 388.

wood," 83 n.
Pig, at Abbotsford, vi. 241.

Players, temperament of, vii. 371-2.
Pigeons, ix. 339.

Playfair, Professor, iii. 65.
Pigot, Sir Hugh, commander of the Pluck," " blackguardly so called,"

Barham frigate, X. 120, 124, 125. ix. 146.

at, ib.

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