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Rutty, Dr, the Quaker, Journal “ Salutation of two old Scottish
of, viii. 184 n.

Lairds,” ix. 257.
Salt, use of, x, 186.

Samothracian Mysteries, ix. 232.
Sabbath-day discipline, i. 36. Sancho Panza, iii. 289; iv. 132 ; v.
Sacheverell, Dr, iv. 326, 338.

121; vi. 44 ; viji. 312.
“SADLER'S, SIR RALPA, Life, LET. Sanda, Island of, iv. 239.

Ters, and State PAPERS, 3 vols. | Sands, W. H. Esq., vii. 331.
4to," commenced in 1808 ; iii, 81, Sandy-Knowe, i. 7. Scott's resi-
83; published 1809; iii. 200.

dence at in his infancy. 21, 109.
jii. 302.

Description of, 109. Visit to,
Sailors' Proverbs, ix. 370.

209. Last visit to, x. 209.
St Albans, Duke of, visits Abbots. Sans Cullotides," vii. 329.

ford, viii. 73. Overtures of to “ Saunders Fairford," i. 249, 254.
Mrs Coutts, 126-7.

Saunders and Ottley, Messrs. lite-
St Andrews, vii. 263. Revisited in rary offers from, ix. 208.

1827, ix. 125. Feelings of retro Saving, the mother of riches, ix.
spection at, 126.

318.
St Bride, church of, at Douglas, x. Saxe, Marshal, iv, 159.
78.

“ Sayings and Doings," Hook's,
St Catherine's, viii. 121 ; ix. 184. ix. 219.
Saint Columba Island. [See lona. Scalloway Castle, iv. 213, 216.
St Kevin's Bed, viii. 23, 24, 31, 45; Town and harbour, 215. Sea
ix. 292.

monsters off, 216. Sword dance
St Patrick's Cathedral, viii. 18. at, 217.
St Peter's, at Rome, x, 177.

Scarba, Isle of, iv. 353.
“ SAINT RONAN'S WELL,” 3 Vols., | Scarlett, Captain, viii. 165.

first suggestion for its composi. Schiller's tragedy of “the Rob.
tion, vii. 168. Progress, 184. | bers," i. 278.
Publication of in December, 1823, Schnurbartchen,” use of, ii, 156,
206. Its reception in England 156 n.
and Scotland, ib. 207. Alteration Science and Learning, early neglect
in its catastrophe, 208. Its in. of deplored, i. 60.
fluence at Inverleithen, 209. Science, advancement of, ix, 297-8.

i. 203; v. 83 ; viii. 384 ; x. 190, School discipline, i. 38. 39.
191.

Schoolboys' watch, simile of, x.
Drama of, vii, 211
St Ronan's Border Games, vii. Schoolmaster, anecdote of Scott's,
210.

v. 195.
St Sepulchre's Library, Dublin, Scotch agents, and middlemen in
viii, 19.

Ireland, ix. 297.
“ST VALENTINE's Eve,” Tale of, Artizans, vi, 336 n.
ix. 182. [See " Fair Maid of Banks, proposed alterations of
Perth.]

their system, viii. 241. Meeting
“Sale Room, The," a periodical of Edinburgh inhabitants regard

paper of John Ballantyne's, v. ing, 276, 282. Petition against
183.

opposed by Scott, 282. [See Mu.
Salmon fishing, vi. 191 n., 246. lachi Malag rowther.]

48.

Scotch charity and hospitality con- | 283; anecdote of Scott at, 283.
trasted, vii. 6, 7.

Sir Adam Fergusson appointed
Scottish dormant titles, viii. 285. I keeper, 284.
- Historians, vii. 154-5.

Scotland, advancement of education
Peerages forfeited, vii. 87. in, vii. 268-9; deficient in classical
Hints for their restoration, 88. learning, 271.
- Regalia, Commission to search -- Commission regarding its Col-
for, v. 273 ; names of the Commis leges, viii, 401, 405.
sioners, 277; correspondence re - English legislation for, viii.
garding, 274-283; mystery of their 302.
concealment, 275, 280, 291 ; their --- Union with England, viii. 290.
discovery, February 4, 1818, 278,

SCOTT, SIR WALTER, Bart. of Abbotsford – his AUTOBIOGRAPHY,

vol. i. pp. 1-84.

His ancestry, i. 4, 85-106; iv. 46, 47. Parentage, i. 106.
1771-1776. - Born in the College Wynd, Edinburgh, 15th August, 1771,

i. 19. His life endangered by an unhealthy nurse, ib. Becomes lame
in his eighteenth month, 20. Sent to the farm-house of Sandy-
Knowe, 21. Saved from intended murder, ib. First consciousness
of existence, 22, 109. Anecdotes of his residence at Sandy-Knowe,
112-15. Sent in his fourth year to Bath, 28. Reminiscences of his
journey to, and residence there, 29-31, 115 ; iii. 349, 355. First intro-
duction to the Theatre, i. 30, 115; and reminiscence of it fifty years

afterwards, 116, 117. Returns from Bath to Sandy-Knowe, 31.
1777-1785. - Residence at Prestonpans, i. 32, 122; at George Square,

Edinburgh, i. 34, 118. Sent to the High School of Edinburgh, 37.
125. School anecdotes, 40-55, 127, 132-62. His tutor Mr Mitchell's
reminiscences of him, 143-54. 1782.-Sent to the Grammar School
of Kelso, i. 47, 55. First acquaintance there with the Ballantynes,
157. Removed to the College of Edinburgh, 55, 80, 163. Dislike of
the Greek language, 56, 176. Progress in other classes, 59, 175. Col-

lege anecdotes, 57, 199-208, 236.
1785–1792.-Apprenticed to his Father as Writer to the Signet, i. 61,

179. His suburban walks, 63, 68, 164. Early illness, 65, 173. Resi-
dence at Rosebank, 174. Meets Robert Burns, 185. Literary asso-
ciates, 188. First excursion to the Highlands, 189. Literary Socie-
ties, 75, 198. Early companions, i. 63, 77, 198, 213. Studies for the
Bar, i. 78, 197, 249. Early Correspondence, 209. Personal appear-
ance, 220. First love, 221, 319, 329. Disappointment, 223, 329-39;
Lines on, 334-5. Member of the Speculative Society, i. 239; His
Essays read there, ib. Excursion to Northumberland, and Letters
on Flodden field, 245.
1792-1796.-Called to the Bar (11th July 1792), i. 83, 251-4. Second

Scort, SIR WALTER

excursion to Northumberland, 260. First expedition into Liddes.
dale, 265-72. Law cases, 274, 281, 298, 314. German studies, 276,
340, 354. Excursion to the Highlands, 289. Jedburgh Assizes, 298.
Plan of Edinburgh Volunteer Cavalry started, i. 304. Play-House
riot, ib. Translation from Burger, 323-26, 331 ; Publication of,
337 ; passim, 345-52. Appointed a Curator of the Advocates' Lib.

rary, 326.
1797.-Organization of the Edinburgh Volunteer Cavalry, and appoint-

ed Quartermaster, i. 355. Tour to the Lakes of Cumberland, 364.
Meets with Miss Carpenter at Gilsland, 365 ; Marriage, 24th De-

cember, 366-91.
1798, 1799. — Early married life, George Street, Edinburgh, ii. 1; at

Castle Street, No. 39, 3; at Lasswade Cottage, 6. Writes “War-song
of the Edinburgh Light Dragoons," 13; and version of Goethe's tra-
gedy of “ Goetz Gon Berlichingen," ib. Visits London, 14. Writes
“ The House of Aspen," 18. Letter to his Mother on the death of
his Father, 20. His first original Ballads, “ Glenfinlas," “ The Eve
of St. John, " “ The Gray Brother," “ The Fire King," “ Bothwell
Castle," “ The Shepherd's Tale," and “ Fragments," 25-40. Prints
“ Apology for Tales of Terror" at the Ballantyne press — the origin
of his connexion with that establishment, 41-3. Appointed Sheriff
of Selkirkshire, 16th December 1799, 43-5.
1800-1802.-Preparation of “ The Border Minstrelsy," ii. 47 passim 64.

Correspondence with George Ellis, 63 - 76. Ballad of “ Cadyow
Castle,” ii. 78. Publication of “ The Border Minstrelsy," Vol. I. &

II., ii. 79.
1802, 1803. -- Preparation of Vol. III. of “ The Minstrelsy," ii. 87, 100;

and of “Sir Tristrem," ib. Ballad of “ The Reiver's Wedding,” ii.
94. Commencement of “ The Lay of the Last Minstrel," 110. Visit
to London, 118; and Oxford, 121, 124, 126. Publication of “ The

Minstrelsy," Vol. III., 128.
1803, 1804.— Contributions to “ The Edinburgh Review," ii. 134, 176.

Preparation of “Sir Tristrem," 135 passim 176. Correspondence with
Ellis, 139 passim 176. Visit of Wordsworth, 160. Publication of “Sir
Tristrem," 177. Removal to Ashestiel, ii. 181. Possession of Rose-
bank by his uncle's bequest, 187. His yearly revenue at this period,

ib. Correspondence with Ellis, 187 passim.
1805. - Publication of “ The Lay of the Last Minstrel," January, 209.

Partnership with James Ballantyne, ii. 229. Advance of his lite-
rary, and decline of his professional reputation, 230-4. Literary
projects, 236 - 40. Edition of the British Poets, &c. 240, 245, 247.
Commencement of Dryden's Life and Works, 248. “Waverley” be-
gun, and laid aside, 249. Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, ib.

Scott, SIR WALTER —

Excursion to Cumberland, and visit to Wordsworth, 274. Gils-
land, 275. Alarm of French invasion, ib. Writes “ The Bard's In-
cantation," 276. Visit of Southey, 277. Correspondence regarding

Dryden, 277, 289.
1806. - Affair of the Clerkship of Session, 290. Visit to London, 292.

Appointment of Clerk of Session, 305, 316, 321; iii. 24. Duties of
commenced, 316; and description of them, 317; iii. 24. Writes “Song
on Lord Melville's Acquittal," 322. Engages in party politics, 327.
Contributions to “ The Edinburgh Review," iii. 1. Publication of
“ Ballads and Lyrical Pieces, ib. Edition of “ Slingsby's Memoirs,"

ib.
1807, 1808.—Commencement of “Marmion," iii. 3. Visits London, 9;
Gundimore, 10; and Litchfield, 13. Appointed Secretary to the
Commission on Scotch Jurisprudence, 24. “Marmion" published,
23d February 1808, 39. “Dryden's Life and Works" published in April
1808, 68. Commencement of “ The Life and Works of Swift," 81.
“ Life and Letters of Sir Ralph Sadler," ib. Somers's Tracts, 13
vol., ib. Edition of “Strutt's Queenhoo-Hall," 83. Publication of
“ Memoirs of Captain Carleton," 84; and of “Sir Robert Cary," ib.
Visit of Joanna Baillie, 94 ; and of Mr and Mrs Morritt, 94, 98. Visit
of Mr John Murray, and organization of “ The Quarterly Review,"
125 passim 149. Rupture with Constable & Co., 117, 145, 149 - 155.
Partnership with John Ballantyne & Co., 156. Projection of “ The

Edinburgh Annual Register," 126, 145 passim 166.
1809. – Procures commutation of sentence in behalf of a convicted

burglar, iii. 177-183. Visits London with his wife and daughter, 183.
Mr Morritt's description of him as “ a lion" in town, 184. Contri-
bution to the first number of “ The Quarterly Review," 188. First
visit to Rokeby, ib. Death of Camp, 189. Excursion to the High-
lands with his wife and daughter, and commencement of “ The Lady
of the Lake," 192. His first sight of Lord Byron's Satire, 193. Pub-
cation of “ Sadler's Life, and State Papers," 200. Somers's Tracts,
ib. Influence in theatrical affairs-Miss Baillie's “ Family Legend,”

215-222.
1810. - Affairs of his brother Thomas Scott, iii. 230-239. Publication

of “ The Lady of the Lake" in April, 246 Gradual reconciliation
with Constable, 247. First visit to the Hebrides, 272. Hebridian
Notes to “ Croker's Boswell," 280. Inclines to visit the scene of
the Peninsular war, 291. Falsely accused of plagiarism, 293 - 296.
Publishes “ The Life and Poetry of Miss Seward," 297. Waverley
resumed, and again laid aside, 299. Commencement of “ The Edin-
burgh Annual Register," 303. “Essay on Judicial Reform,” 305.

Scheme of going to India, 309-311.
VOL. X.

Scott, SIR WALTER -
1811. _ “ The Vision of Don Roderick," published in July, iii. 313-315.

Writes “ The Poacher," in imitation of Crabbe, 329. “Inferno of
Altesidora,” 330. “ The Resolve," ib. Edition of “ Secret History
of King James I." 331. Contribution to the Quarterly Review, ib.
Purchase of Abbotsford, 339-342, 367. Commencement-of “Rokeby,"
370.
1812.- Correspondence with Lord Byron 393-402. Removal from Ashe-

stiel to Abbotsford, May, iv. l. Progress of building, planting, &c. 7.
Progress of“ Rokeby" and " The Bridal of Triermain," 12-16, 21, 24.
Visit to Rokeby Park, 16. Correspondence with Crabbe, 35-38.
Edinburgh Annual Register, 39. Publication of “ Carey's Poems,"

40; and of “ Rokeby" in December, 44-45.
1813. - Publication of " The Bridal of Triermain" in February, iv. 59.

Embarrassment of the-affairs of John Ballantyne and Co. 73
passim 123. Negotiations with Constable for relief, 75, 84. New
purchase of land, 85. Expresses of John Ballantyne for money,
87-96. Anxious to withdraw from connexion with the Ballantynes,
ix. 81. Yearly, income at this period, 100. The Prince Regent's
offer of the Laureateship, 101; declined, 109-116. Loan of £4000
from the Duke of Buccleuch, 102. Re-commencement of"Waverley,"
and progress of “ The Lord of the Isles," 124. Desirous of visiting
the Allied Armies, 139. Resists a proposed taxation of literary in-
come, 140, 142. Writes Address of the City of Edinburgh to the
Prince Regent, and receives civic honours, 144, 151. Writes songs

for the Pitt Club Anniversary, 145.
1814, — Insanity of Henry Weber, Scott's amanuensis, iv. 146-151.

Contributions to “ Illustrations of Northern Antiquities," 153. Let-
ters on the abdication of Napoleon, 154. Publication of “ Swift's
Life and Works,” 19 vols. in July, 161; and of“ Waverley," 166.
Writes “ Essays on Chivalry” and “ The Drama,” 167-8. Diary of
his Voyage in the Light - House Yacht to Orkney, Shetland, the
Hebrides, and coast of Ireland, 180-370. Letter in verse from Ler-
wick to the Duke of Buccleuch, 373; and correspondence with, on
the death of the Duchess, 377-386. Correspondence on “ Waverley,”
394-408. Progress of “ The Lord of the Isles," v. 1 passim 18; and
of “ Guy Mannering,” 5, 15, 17. “ Refreshing of the Machine," 14.
21. Publication of “ The Memorie of the Sommervilles ;” and of

“ Rowland's Poems," 14.
1815. - Publication of “ The Lord of the Isles" in January, v. 15; and
of “ Guy Mannering," 21, 25. Visits London with his wife and
daughter, 36. Introduction to Lord Byron, 38. Presented to the
Prince Regent, 45. Dinner at Carlton House, 46. Tour to the Con-
tinent, and visit to the Field of Waterloo, 54.. Meeting with the

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