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X. 132.

Plummer, Andrew, of Middlestead, Political innovation, the thirst after,
Esq. ii. 43, 199, 203.

vii. 3, 15.
Misses, ii. 199, 200.

reform, ix. 131.
Plunkett, Lord, viii. 23, 42.

trials, (1794); i. 307.
“ POACHERS, The," an imitation of Pollio, Roman villa, ruins of, x. 157.
Crabbe, ii. 173.

Polwarth, Lord. [See Hugh Scott of
Poet, sketch of a young, vii, 173. Harden.)
Poetical criticism, ii. 217, 218. “ Polydore,” ballad of, iv. 39; vii.
genius, Scott's, vii. 68-70.

171.
temperament, vi. 310; viii. Pomona,mainland of Orkney, iv.253.
183-4.

Pompeii, excursion to, x. 158.
“POETICAL WORKS," 12 vols., new Pondicherry, iv. 160.

edition with introduction and Ponsonby, Governor Sir F., Malta,
notes, ix. 335. Mr Turner's illus-
trations of, x. 94.

the Hon. Dr. viii. 19.
Poetry, iv. 27 ; v. 111; viii. 120, 145, the Hon. Miss, Llangollen, viii.
252-3.

47-51.
writing of, v. 186.

Pontopiddan's “ Natural history of
dramatic, vi. 278, 282, 308; vii. Norway,” iv. 217.
170; viii. 385.

Poor Laws, the, v. 239.
octo-syllabic stanza, iii. 263,320. Poor, treatment of the, v. 224, 239,
descriptive, iv. 20.

289, 304 ; vi. 17, 184-5; vii. 322.
sacred, iv. 32, 33.

Pope, i. 131 ; iii. 80; iv. 104, 163.
narnative, iv. 135.

Pope's “ Homer," i. 36 ; iii. 263.
of Lord Byron, v. 31, 32 n.; vi. Popery. [sSee Catholicism.]
176; x. 160.

“ Popular Poetry, and Imitations of
of Crabbe, iv. 33, 37.

the Ancient Ballad.” (See Essays
of Dryden, ii, 41, 287-9, 311. ; on.]
jii. 70.78.

Porpoises, vi. 263.
of Mrs. Hemans, vii. 172. Port Coon, cave of, iv. 361.
of Johnson, iii. 269.

Portland, Duke of, iii. 201-2.
of Wordsworth, iii. 32 ; vi. 283; Portraits and other pictures at Ab:
ix. 63, 90.

botsford, vi. 20; vii. 403-5, 407.
Scott's estimate of his own, vii. Port Rush, iv. 358, 372, 390.
3, 171.

Portsmouth, visit to, x. 122.
“ Poetry contained in the Waverley Pozzo di Borgo, Russian minister at

Novels,” publication of, vii. 23, 24. Paris, viii. 407; ix. 26, 37:
Poets and Novelists, viii. 27.

Pozzuoli, visit to, x. 155, 168.
Poisoning, trial in a case of, ix. 90. “ Pragmatic Sanction,” i. 35 n.
Pole, Mr Fred. letter, from, with of- Predestination, viii. 237.
fer of money, viii. 204-5.

Pre-existence,speculations.on a sense:
Police, commissioners of, viii. 249. of, ix. 215-6.
Polier, Baron de, vi. 153, 194. Presbyterian Church, x, 244.
Politics, viii. 170, 201-2.

Preston, Sir Robert, Bart, ix. 342-3.
Political aggression, iv. 184-5. Prestonpans, Scott's residence at, in
consistency, ix. 112-13, 129-30. 1779, i. 32. Revisited, i. 68; ix.

349.

son, vi. 188.

X. 114.

9

Pride, x. 239.

Purdie, Charles, vi. 239, 246.
“ Prince of darkness," vii. 135.

Thomas, promoted from a
Princes, lot of, viii. 248.

poacher into the service of Scott,
Pringle, Alexander, Esq. of Whyt. ii. 192. His peculiarities, v. 297,

bank, iii. 58. Letter from, on 304-5, 371; vi. 56, 130; viii. 191,
Marmion, 59.

194, 315. Description of his per
Alex.Junior, Esq., accompanies

Anecdotes of, 189,
Scott to the Continent in 1815, v. 193 n. ; vii. 183, 312, 313, 316; ix.
58, 83, 87.

32 n. His death and epitaph, 332-3;
X 43.
James, Esq., visit to, at Tor. - v. 94, 168, 377 ; vii. 216, 247,
woodlee, v. 392.

365 ; viii. 163, 307, 309, 328; ix.
vi. 147, 186 n.; ix. 66 ; X. 43. 281, 353; x. 123.
Sir John, iii. 283.

Purgstall, Countess of, Letter to
M. Esq. of Clifton, i. 5 ; vi. 81, Scott on her marriage, ii. 4 n. Her
133.

bereavements, vi. 396. Affecting
Mr Thomas, original editor of letter of Scott to, 398.
“Blackwood's Magazine,” v. 213. Pyramids of Egypt, interesting
Sketch of, ix. 17 n.

only from association, iv. 42, 43 :
Prior, Mathew, his “ Alma and ix. 303.
“ Solomon,” x. 80, 81.

Q
Prison reform, ix. 217.

Quaighs,” Highland, v. 340, 374;
“ Private Letters of the 17th Cen- vi. 250.

tury," projected publication of, vi. Quarantine, x. 129, 132, 146.
408. Specimen of, 409-13.

Quarterly Review, The,” Pro-
Privy - Councillor, proposal of “a

jection of, iii. 129; Scott's Letters
sage," viïi. 399.

to Ellis on, 127, 142; to Mr Gif.
rank of, declined, ix. 349.

ford, 133; to Thomas Scott, 147:
Proctor, Peter, Esq. Glammis, i. 296.

10 Mr Sharp, 163 ; and to Mr
Profession, advice on the choice of

Morritt,167 ; publication of com-
vi. 224-5.

menced in February, 1803, 188;
one,

Scott's contributions to, ib. 262;
-, learned, vii. 273.

v. 285, 306; vi. 6; viii. 181, 295;
overstocked, vii. 304.
“PROSE WORKS, MISCELLANE-

ix. 124, 182, 258; notice of Trier.

main, iv. 60; of “Waverley,”403;
OUS, ," first collection of, in 6 vols.

of “ The Lord of the Isles,” v.
published in 1827, ix. 124.

26; of “ Old Mortality,” 173,
Prosing bores, v. 395; vi. 234.

174; of “ The Pirate," vi. 423 ;
“ PROVINCIAL ANTIQUTIES OF of " Miss Austen's Novels,”
SCOTLAND," 2 Vols. 4to, publish.

vii. 4.
ed in 1818, vi. 19, 20.

iii. 157, 162, 197; vii. 264 ; ix.
Prussians in France, 1815, v. 76, 78, 271.
79.

“Queen400-HALL, "4 vols. Strutt's
Public buildings, ix. 23.

Romance of, published by Scott,
Pulci, i. 64.

iii. 83.
Pulpit eloquence, ix. 204.

Queensberry, Duke of, vii. 239; viji.
Punishment by death, ix. 208.

392

“ Quentin DURWARN," 3 vols. in | Ravensworth, Lord, x. 56.

progress, vii. 106-7, 117, 127 ; Castle, Wellington and Scott
publication of, in June, 1823, 161; at, ix. 163.
success of, 163; on the Continent, Ravenswood, Villa of, x. 57 n.
ib. ; criticism f, by Mr Senior, " Ravishment,” ix. 25, 27, 32.
163-167.

Reay, Lord, country of, iv. 278,
Quillen Mountains, iv. 306, n. 308, 291; tenantry of, 292.
310-314.

Recipes for illness, vi. 489.

Reden, Baron, i. 208 n.
R

“ RengAUNTLET,” 3 vols, publica-
Rachrin, Isle of, iv. 363.

tion of, in June, 1824, vii. 213;
Radcliffe, Dr, iv. 81.

remarks on its characters, 213-14.
Mrs, Novels of, x. 193.

- i. 218, 242-3, 245, 249, 251-2;
Radica! Reformers, v. 188-9; vi. viii, 23.

119, 124, 139; alarms occasioned Rees, Mr Owen, ii. 227, 246-7, 284 ;
by, in 1819, 146; 1820, 228.

v. 25; vi, 128.
Rae, Mr Clestrom, iv. 264-7, 275, Reform, Political, ix. 131.
276.

Bill, x. 189, 215.
Right Hon. Sir William, Bart., Bill riot in London, x. 108,
i. 163, 208, 356 ; v. 83; vi. 22, 23, “Refreshing the machine," v. 14, 15.
140; viii, 121, 198, 280; ix 101. Regalia of Scotland. See Scottish.
Sir David. See Lord Eskgrove. Reggersburg

ii. 5 n.
Raeburn, Sir Henry, his portraits Regimental Mess, vi. 151, 319.

of Scott, iii. 99, 153; vi. 38, 50; “Reiver's Wedding,” ballad of the,
vii. 13; viii. 370 ; x. 260, 261 ; ii. 94.
knighted by King George Iv. Religion, enthusiasm in, vii. 255.
vii. 78 ; his death, 79.

of France, ix. 31-2.
Lady, (Scott) aunt of Sir “ ReligiouS DISCOURSES BY A
Walter, viii. 383.

LAYMAN,” ix. 195 ; history of
“ Ragman's Roll,” the Bannatyne their composition, 195; publica-
Club edition, ii, 145 n.

tion of; the gift of Scott, 206-7.
Railroads, vii. 309, 360, 374.

Motives, ix. 231.
Ramsay's, Allan, “ Tea-table Mis- “Reliquiæ Trottcosienses, or the

cellany,"i. 25, 114;“Evergreen," Gabions of Jonathan Oldbuck,"
i, 36.

proposed publication of, v. 144;
Rev. E. B. viii. 341. 343.

vii. 221; ix. 356 ; x 90.
James, Esq. Scott's fellow ap- Reputation, literary, iii. 370.
prentice, i. 68, 229, 230.

“Resolve, The,” a poem, iii. 330.
John, Esq. of Ochtertyre, i. Resources, Mental, iv. 69.
291 ; letter from on the “Lenore,” | Reston, Lord. See David Douglas.
347 ; v. 143.

Rhodes, Island of, x. 160-1.
Rat-catcher, x. 45.

Rhetoric, viii. 253.
Rattray-head, iv. 188.

Rhymer's Glen," v. 236, 367; vii.
Ravelstone House, i, 121, 122.

286.
Raven, anecdote of a, vii. 333. Rice, Spring, Esq., ix. 243.
Ravensworth, Lord and Lady, ix. Richardson, John, Esq. London,
155.

character, iv. 139; anecdote of his

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angling, vi. 193 n.; last interview “Rob Roy," i. 201, 289; v. 179; vid.
with Scott, x. 202.

264.
--- letters to, iii. 237 ; iv. 142; vi. -drama of, v. 310. Its extraor.
26, 119.

dinary success in the Edinburgh
v. 243; viji. 60.

Theatre, vi. 28, 62. Performance
Dr, Port Rush, iv. 358, 390. of, witnessed by George IV. vii.
Samuel, viii. 93.

65-7.
Mrs, Tulsehill, (late Mrs Rob Roy's gun, iji. 390 ; v. 218;
Terry,) ix. 265 n.

vii. 401. His Spleuchan, the gift
“ Rich Auld Willie's Farewell," of Mr Train, v. 178-9.

Miss Seward's ballad of, ii. 89. Robroyston, vii. 222.
Riddell house, vi. 75; family of the Robson's “ British Herald,” x. 39.
Riddels, ib.

Rod to Selkirk," vii. 317.
John, Esq. v. 386.

Roebucks, ix. 315.
Thomas, of Camiston, viii. 328. Roedeer, viii. 3.
Ridicule, the fears of, ix. 65. Rogers, Samuel, Esq. his school,
Ring, a, from Hermitage Castle, anecdote of Scott, i. 127.
X. 108

ii. 121; ix. II, 212, 245.
Ritchie, David, original of “ The American Commodore, iv. 231.
Black Dwarf," i. 364.

“ Rokeby," poem of, commenced,
Mr Alex. S. Musselburgh, x. iii. 370. Correspondence with
257.

Mr Morritt on the scenery and
Ritson, Joseph, the antiquary, ii. antiquities of its localities, 370,
62, 85, 101. His horror of ani. 381, Progress of, iv. 12, 16, 21.
mal food, played on by Leyden, 24. Publication of, in December,
102, 106, 286. Metrical sketch 1812, 45. Its success, 51, 53, 56.
of, by Leyden, 116. Death of, Retrospect of its composition,
157. His “ Life of Arthur," ii. 54, 55. Causes of comparative
157. “ Essay on Romance and failure, 57, 76.
Minstrelsy," ib.

" Northern - i. 219; vi. 383.
Garland,” ib.

Rokeby Park, Scott's first visit to,
ii. 158, 278, 280,

iji 190. Description of, ib. Re.
Robertson, Rev. Dr Meigle, i. 301. visited, iv. 16; v. 89; ix. 3, 253;
George, of Clermiston, i. 356.

X. 107
· Patrick, Esq.“ Peyeril," anec. Rolland, Adam, Esq. ix. 342.
dote of, vii. 124-5.

Rollo, Lord, viii. 278.
vii, 210; ix. 83.

Rome, residence of Scott at, x. 176,
-- Rev. Principal, i. 59. His ser. 198. St. Peter's, 177. The Vati.

mons, 147 ; iii. 282 ; viii. 169. can, 178. M.S. memoirs of Ro-
Latter days of, iv. 50.

“ History

man families, 179 Castle of
of Scotland," vii. 154.

Bracciano, 179, 182.
Robespierre, ix. 371.

“Rome in the Nineteenth Cen.
Robin Hood, iv, 36.

tury,” 3 vols. by Miss Waldie,
Robinson Crusoe, iv. 140.

i 161.
Robison, Sir John, vii. 142.

Roman statue in bronze, relique of
“ Rob Roy,” 3 Vols. projected, v. one descovered, vi. 198,

215, 234. Published 31st Derem- Wall, Northumberland, i, 260,
ber, 1817, 267. Success of, 269. 365.

Romance, Scott's last attempts in, | Royal Society Club, dinner at, viii.
x. 148.

139.
Romilly, Sir Samuel, iv. 142, 114. - of Literature, project of, vii.
Mr, vii. 286.

303, 343.
Rorie More's “Nurse," iv. 304, Roxburgh, John, Duke of, ii. 85,
306 n. Drinking horn, 304.

121; iii. 35.
Rose, Right Hon. Sir George, viii. Club, Scott elected a member
29.

of, vii. 131, 136.
Williaru Stewart, Esq., ii. 121, Ruling passion strong in death,
225; iii, 10, 95. Lines on Scott instances of the, i. 46; viii. 374;
visiting him at Gundimore, 10 X. 212.
His servant Hinves, “yclept Ci- Rum, Isle of, iv. 319.
liban,” iv. 397 ; vi. 239. Visits Russel, Claud, Esq., i. 126. 365 n. ;
Abbotsford, vi. 239. Anecdotes viii, 121.
of Lord Byron, viii. 118-19. His John, Professor of Clinical
“ Ariosto," ix. 11.

Surgery, 1. 257.
-iv. 218; v. 307; vi. 239, 363; Lord John, x. 203.
vii. 183; ix, 265,

Dr, vii. 205.
Rosebank, Scott's visit to, i. 174, Major-General Sir James of

208. Letter from, describing his Ashestiel, i. 311 ; iii, 346; viii.
amusements at, 225. Bequeathed 133, 189, 318.

to Scott by his uncie, ii, 187. Russia, Empress Dowager of, iv.
Rosebery, Earl of, x. 256.

153.
Ross, Dr Adolphus, ix. 328 ; x. 18, Russians in France, 1815, v. 78, 80.
39. Last visit to Scott, x. 213 Rutherford, Andrew, Esq., ix. 74.
Mrs Dr, x, 213.

Dr Daniel, Uncle of Sir Walter
Mr, Collector, Lerwick, iv. Scott, i. 14, 173, 188 ; ii. 118, Sud-
197, 219-20.

den death of, vi. 158, 165, 170.
Ross-shire, hills of, iv. 294.

His talents in Chemistry, 158.
Rosslyn Chapel, ii. 106.

Dr John, Grandfather of Sir
Countess of, ii. 326.

Her

Walter Scott, i, 14, 21. Character
death, iii, 365 n.

of, as a medical professor, 147.
Rost of the start tide, iv. 241.

John, Esq. of Edgerstone, vi,
Round towers, vi. 272.
Rousseau, vir. 118. 120; ix. 64.

Robert, Esq. W.S., vi. 167;
Rowdill, Isle of Harris, iv, 298 viii. 133.

Church and monuments, 298, 300. Anne, married to Walter Scott,
Rowe's, Mrs, “Letters," i. 36. the father of the poet, i. 14. [ See
“ Rowland's letting off the hu.

Mrs Scott]
mours," &c. publication of, v. 14, Christian, Aunt of Sir Walter
21.

Scott, i. 14; v. 61. Letters to, i.
Royal Academy, London, vii. 136.

308, 313, 327, 374. Advice in the
Accident at dinner of, vii 249. composition of the Lady of the
Royal Bank of Scotland, viii. 198. Lake, iii. 250. Illness, vi. 158.
Royal Society of Edinburgh, i. 276. And death of, 160, 166, 170.

Scott elected president of, vi. 290, Miss Janet, Aunt of Sir Walter
· 294. His demeanour in office, vii. Scott, i. 14.

140-2. Their portrait of Scott, x. Ruthven, Lady, x. 49, 263.
263.

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