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Scott, Sir WALTER -

MONUMENTS to his memory, x. 256.
MISCELLANEOUS ANECDOTES of, i. 40-55, 57, 127, 132-62, 199-208, 211,

214, 236, 253, 276; ii. 106, 261, 266, 270, 273-4, 328; iii. 17 n., 18 n., 352,
356 ; iv. 234 ; v. 59, 83, 90, 93-4, 188, 222, 283, 370, 371-2, 375, 390 ; vi.
93, 263, 357, 359; vii. 47 n., 53, 54, 63, 298, 304-6, 316-34; viii. 7-12, 23,
27, 28, 69, 71, 227 ; ix. 133, 136, 236 n., 256, 319, 360-4; x. 80, 81, 94, 159,

183, 198 n.
PORTRAITS of, i. 115, 142, 383; ii. 103; iii. 99, 153, 246; v. 253; vi. 38,

50, 201; vii, 13, 23; viii. 190, 370; ix, 32, 37, 44, 51, 237, 240; x. 49,

59 n., 258-64.
Busts, vi, 203, 358, 363; ix. 241 n.; x. 264-7.
STATUE of — [ See Greenshields.]

Scott, Walter, cognom. “ BEAR- of, in 1816, 135. Habits and cha-

DIE, great grandfather of Sir racter, 136, 139; viii. 144.
Walter Scott, i. 4. Portrait of, Scott, Anne, sister of Sir Walter, i.
96 ; x. 226.

17. Her death and character, 18.
iv. 46; v. 309, 311; vi. 153.

ii. 2, 3, 23.
Robert, grandfather of Sir Thomas, third brother of Sir
Walter, account of, i. 6, 98. An- Walter, i. 18, 109, 304, 313; ii. 23,
ecdote of, 99. Portrait of, 101. 118, 232; iii. 5, 9, 20. Proposed as
His death, 115.

a contributor to “ The Quarterly
iv. 46; X. 226.

Review," 146. Affair of his Ex-
Walter, father of Sir Walter, tractorship, 239. Discussed in
character of, i. 10, 106, 144. Mrs the House of Lords, 233. Literary
Cockburn's lines upon, 13. Mar- proposals to, iii, 147 ; iv. 302. Do-
ries Miss Anne Rutherford, 14, mestic affairs, v. 137. Suspected
108. Family of, 108-9. Anecdotes author of the Waverley Novels,
of, 79, 80, 84, 106, 145, 242; viii. iv. 400 ; v. 174 n. Marriage of his
244. Professional habits, 249-51. daughter, vi. 138. Overtures to,
Ascetic habits, 312. His death, regarding his son, vii. 224. His
ii. 20-2; viii, 144. Characteristics death, vii. 156.
of, iv. 46; viii. 322. Relics of, x. Letters to, iii. 93, 147, 233, 236,
241. Letter from, i. 254.

237, 239, 309; iv. 125, 401; v. 135,
i. 206, 206 n., 249, 254; iii. 335 ; 137, 264; vi. 138, 164, 223.
vii. 229.

vi. 136.
Robert, eldest brother of Sir Daniel, fourth brother of Sir
Walter Scott, character of, i. 15. Walter, i. 18. Unfortunate case
Lines by, ib. Death of, 16.

of, ii, 185, 284. Return from Ja-
Major John, second brother maica, and death, iii. 198. Con-
of Sir Walter, i. 16, 310. Aids trition of Sir Walter regarding
Scott in the purchase of Abbots- him, ix. 225.
ford, iii. 367. The Veteran officer Thomas, uncle of Sir Walter,
of “ Paul's Letters," v. 61, Death i. 122-3. Death of, 102.

Scott, Charles, of Knowe South, i. Scott, Lady, letters to, vi. 209, 210.
102 ; iii. 253.

ii. 106, 107, 117, 143, 156, 169-
Miss Janet, aunt of Sir Wal- 70; iii. 89, 96, 99, 111, 291, 312;
ter, i. 26, 118. Accompanies him iv. 48, 152, 157, 386 ; v. 36; vi. 112,
to Bath in his fourth year, i. 28; 157, 203 ; vii. 289, 362; viii. 3, 4,
at Kelso, 47. Residence at Kelso 159, 219, 233, 273, 289.
described by Scott, 155.

Lieut.-Colonel, now Sir Wal-
Captain Robert, uncle of Sir ter, eldest son of The Poet, birth
Walter, i. 30, 101. Purchase of of, iii. 106. High School—Gil.
Rosebank, i. 174. Letter to, 233. nockie,” 217; vi. 105. School anec-
Excursion with Scott to Nor- dote of, iii, 267–8, 345. Foot-ball
thumberland, 246. Death and match in Carterhaugh, v. 117, 120,
character, ii. 186. Bequest of 127. Cornet in the Selkirkshire
Rosebank to Scott, 187.

Yeomanry Cavalry, v. 392. Joins
i. 304 ; ii. 118.

the 18th regiment of hussars as
Mrs, mother of Sir Walter, Cornet, vi. 96, 99. Allan's por-
i. 14. Her disposition and fa- trait of, vii. 101, 406. Lieutenant
mily discipline, 36-37, 84, 154. in the 15th Hussars, 74. Marriage,
Education, 107. Mr Mitchell's 344-8. Military hardships, 374-5.
account of, i. 146. Anecdote of Reception of his father in Dub-
Murray of Broughton, 242. III - lin, viii. 15. Revisits Abbotsford,
ness of, vi. 157, 160, 165, 168. 389. Illness, ix. 327. Bequest to,
Death (December 1819), 169. Cha- x. 40. Visit to Abbotsford, 1831,
racter and reminiscences of, 172- 63, 97. Horsemanship, 97-8. Ac-
3. Bequest of Baskerville's fo- companies his father to Ports-
lio Bible, 174. Relics of, x. 241. mouth, Malta, Naples, &c., 122;
Scott's letters to, i. 209, 368. Let- and attends on in his last illness,
ter to, on the death of his father, X. 201, 218.
ii. 20.

Letters to, vi. 109, 114, 116, 121,
i. 206 n., 222, 238 ; ii. 2, 118 ; iii. 126, 134, 149, 153, 157, 221, 271, 289,
149; v. 135, 139, 267; vi, 140. 299-300, 311, 312, 315, 316, 318, 332;

Lady, i. 391. Habits and qua- vii. 27, 74, 100, 363, 366; viii, 2,
lities in early married life, ii. 2. 144.
Birth of a son, 71. Excursion iv. 25, 152; v. 16, 111, 162, 168,
to Cumberland, 274. Anecdote 242, 255, 267 ; vi. 8, 19, 21, 105, 108,
of, and Jeffrey, iii. 54. Love of 139, 216, 224, 226, 296; vii. 34, 176-
theatricals, 215. Her charities at 177, 230, 310, 358, 374; viii. 54, 132,
Ashestiel, iv. 2. Furniture, anec- 185, 336; ix. 179, 192, 299, 348.
dote of, v. 90. Her reception of Charles, second son of Sir
American tourists, 387. Death Walter, birth of, iii. 106. Ac-
of her brother, vi. 8, 10. Recep- companies Washington Irving to
tion of Prince Leopold, 131. Ill- Melrose Abbey, v. 245. Proposal
ness of, viii, 144, 294, 304, 309-11, of sending him to India, vi. 226.
327, 331-2, 334, 350. Her death, Sent to Lampeter in Wales, vi.
336-7. Funeral, 342. Scott's re- 271 ; to Oxford, and the plan for
miniscences of her, 344-5, 367 - India abandoned, vii. 266. Re-
368, 370-1, 374, 376, 393, 399, 409; ceives his father and sister at
ix. 255. Portrait of, 259.

Oxford, ix. 53-4. A clerk in the
Foreign Office, ix, 185-6, 192, 226. Scott, Mrs Walter, letters to, vii.
Bequest to, x. 40. Attached to 349, 357, 363.
the Embassy at Naples, 63, 89, Mrs Thomas, sister-in-law of
140, 146. Accompanies his father Sir Walter, iv. 86 n.; ix. 55; X.
from Naples, 175.

201.
Scott, Charles, letters to, vi. 274, Captain Walter, (“ Satchels,")
286, 314, 416; vii. 274.

his history of the name of Scott,
y. 168, 267; vi, 112, 117, 155-6, i. 88. Account of the Lords of
185; vi. 216, 224, 226, 273, 302; Buccleuch, 104.
vii. 34, 176-7, 232, 244; viii. 4, 132, Mary, “ The Flower of Yar-
144, 341 passim 348, 397 ; X. 21, 218, row," i. 92.
254.

William, Esq. of Raeburn, i.
Sophia, daughter of Sir Wal- 209, 319; ix. 319. Death and re-
ter, birth of, iii. 106. Anecdote miniscences of, 338-9.
of “ Lady of the Lake," 267; and Walter, of Synton, i. 258 n.
discovery of the Scottish Regalia, Miss Anne, niece of Sir Wal-
V. 283. Remonstrance with Lord ter, viii. 332,
Buchan, vi. 91. Letter to, 214. Walter, of Harden, x. 170.
Marriage, 219.

Hugh, Esq. of Harden, now
iv. 25, 152 ; v. 36, 110, 250; vi. Lord Polwarth, i. 322, 342; ii. 26,
48, 93, 157, 211, 216. [See Mrs 95 n. ; v. 193-4; vi. 13, 292.
Lockhart.]

Honourable Henry, younger
Anne, daughter of Sir Walter, of Harden, viii. 325, 332; ix. 357;
birth of, iii. 106. Anecdote of

x. 29.
“the egg," v. 390. The “ Lady Letter to, x. 31.
Anne," ib. 391 n. ; vi. 241. Ac- Mrs, of Harden, aids Scott
companies her father to Ireland, in his German studies, i. 339.
viii. 5. Anecdote of vulgar and Letter from, 341.
common, 28. Scotch songs, 143.

Letter to, iii. 316. Letter to,
Spirit of satire, 144. Death of her from Naples, x. 170.
mother, 337, 343. Accompanies Lady Diana, i. 342; vi. 55.
her father to London and Paris, Death of, ix. 127.
ix. 2-56. Accident to, at restora- Lady Frances (Lady Doug-
tion of Mons Meg, 310. Bequest las), ii. 27.
to, x. 40. Accompanies her father Scotts of Raeburn, i. 4 passim 23 n.,
to London, Italy, &c. 107,122. Re-
turn to Abbotsford, 207. Pension of Harden, i. 25, 87, 93, 94,
from King William IV. 251. Her 258 n. ; ii. 89; vi. 55-6.
illness, ib. Death, 252. Letter Scott, Lady Anne, iv. 383; v. 1!7.
from, ix. 256.

C. B., Esq. of Wool, x. 58.
v. 250 ; vi. 112.156; vii. 358; Lady Charlotte, vii. 46.
viii. 5, 54, 60, 164, 233, 310, 355; Dr, of Darnlee, v. 372; vi. 70,
ix. 329, 362 ; x. 4.

184.
-- Mrs Walter, now Lady Scott, George, companion of Mungo
vii. 348, 368, 374; viii. 4, 34, 54, 60, Park, ii. 197.
985. Offer of pecuniary aid, 214, Captain Hugh, vii. 103.
319. Visit to Abbotsford, 389. James, Melrose, viii. 230.

95, 96.

on

163;

Scott, Lord John, ii. 59. Death of, | Selkirk, “ Sutors" of, v. 116; their

60. Allusion to, in Marmion, birse," 122 n. ; vi. 131. Piece of
ib. Letter to his mother, on, iii. plate presented to, v. 122-124.
364.

monument to Sir Walter Scott
Major John, of Ravenswood, in, x. 257.
X. 57 n.

Selkirkshire, freeholders of reject
Sir John, of Ancrum, iv. 216. Scott's county address, X. 41-45.

John, Esq. of Gala, accom- sheriffdom, affair of in Scott's
panies Scott to the continent, in last illness, x. 215-16,
1815, v. 58, 87, 89, 97. Fox-chase Senior, Mr, his criticism on the
accident, vii. 247. Reminiscences “Waverley" novels, vii. 118-123;
of Sir Walter Scott in London,

Quentin Durward,
1831, x. 108, 112. Letter to, vi.

“ Woodstock,” viji. 356; and the
220.

“Fair Maid of Perth,” ix. 223.
- v.373; vi. 147, 161, 276, 292, 201.

Sentimental correspondence, Scott s
“Scott, Michael," of Dante, x. 187.

aversion to, iii. 228.
Mr, of Scalloway, iv. 215, 218.

Sentinel, Glasgow paper, vi. 428.
- Walter, nephew of Sir Walter, Sepulchres, strong feelings in Scot.
Scott's resolution to adopt him,

land against violation of, ix. 293-5 ;
vi. 223. Advice on the choice of

a natural prejudice, 295
his profession, 224 ; vii. 30.

Servants, male, vi. 115, 131, 153, 194;
Walter, cousin of Sir Walter,

vii. 368; viii. 191.
story of bis Portsmouth mar-

Session, Court of, arrangements, ii.
riage, vii. 302.

317; viii. 367-8.
Walter, of Scotshall, iv. 191.

Clerk of, Scott's appointment as,
Sir William, x. 120.

ii. 305, 316, 321. Duties of the of-
Sir William, of Harden, anec-

fice, 318. His colleagues, 320.
dote of his marriage with Meg

Factious feelings on his appoint-
Murray, i. 94.

ment, 321. New arrangements in,
of Scotstarvet, iv. 215.

iii. 333. His retirement from, ix.
“ Scots Magazine, The," ii. 167 ; iv.

338, 340, 346, 348, 352; x. 2, 25.
166; v. 271.

iii. 194, 243, 300.
Session, Lady of, vi. 26.

Setting sun, the, Scott's early lines
Scrope, William, Esq., viii. 188 n.,

on, i. 131.
224, 256. Letter to, 257 n.

Seward, Anna, her remarks on "the
Sculpture, remarks on, ix. 283-7 Border Minstrelsy," j. 85. Trans
Seaforth, Francis Lord, death of, v. mits a ballad for, iii. 89. Her “life

18. Prophecy regarding, ib. 19 n. of Dr Darwin," ii. 123. Visited
Sea monsters off Scalloway, iv. 217. by Scott at Lichfield, iii. 13. Her
sickness, iv, 223.

description of the poet, ib. Her
Seals' lying-in hospital, iv. 258. death, 226. Bequest of her MS.
Seged of Ethiopia, ix. 133.

poetry and correspondence, ib. 228.
Selfish feelings in fashionable life, vii. Publication of, 297-8.
15, 16.

Letters to, ii. 89, 93, 123, 136,
Selkirk, Earl of, 1788, i. 77, 208 n. 139, 216, 251; iii. 20.
-election at, x. 74.6.

Letter from, iii. 19.
poachers, v. 193. Scott's inter- Shadwell's plays, a projected edition
cession for, 193-5.

of, iii. 147.

rary, i. 64.

Shakspeare, bust of, vii. 406. Scene | Shield, story of the gold and silver
of his deer-stealing, ix. 228.

one, viii. 303.
iv. 327; vi. 236, 288; viii. 210, Shillinglaw, Joseph, Darnick, vii.
251-2; ix. 224, 227; x. 38 n.

217; x. 74.
Shakspeare of the Wabsters," v. Ship launch, a, iv. 158.
234.

Shipwrecks, Northern, iv. 209, 238,
Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, vii. 240, 277.

361 n. Scott's removal to, ix. 182. Shipwrecked crew, simile of the, ix.
Scene of first love reminiscence at, 209.
183-4.

Shortrede, Mr Andrew, notes by, 1.
Shandy, Rev. Mr, viil. 335.

228 n.; vi. 47, 186; vii. 191, 215,
Sharpe, Archbishop, vii. 111.

318; ix. 84.
-Charles Kirkpatrick, Esq., his Mr John Elliot, i. 265.

“Metrical legends," iii.37. Drawing Mr Thomas, viii, 401 n.
of Queen Elizabeth, 163. Sketch Robert, Esq., i. 264. Accompa-
of him, viii. 110, 256-7; ix, 310; X.

nied Scott to Liddesdale, 265. No-
137.

tice of Scott and Miss Carpenter, i.
letters to, iii. 163; x. 99.

372. His death, ix. 323-4. Inscrip-
Sir Cuthbert, ix. 165. Lines tion of Scott's works to, ix. 324 n.
“ Forget thee? No!” to, 165-6.

Letters to, 374; vi. 47, 186.
Richard, Esq., viii. 396.

vii. 194 n. ; viii. 326, 40.
Shaw, Corporal, killed at Waterloo, Shrewsbury," i. 302.
v. 70, 71 n.

Sibbald, James, his circulating lib.
Sheep, lambs, ix. 69; X. 95.
Sheffield knife, v. 88. Anecdote of,

Siddons, Mrs, i. 296, 297; iii. 212.
89.

Anecdotes of, 214 n., X. 186. Re-
Shelley, Sir John, vi. 101, 113.

tirement of, 391, 391 n.
Lady, vi. 113; ix. 241.

ix. 341.
Miss, ix. 241.

Mr Henry, becomes manager of
- Pierce Byshe, viii. 119.

the Edinburgh theatre, iii. 214.
Shepherd, Sir Samuel, Lord Chief

His new comedy, 229.
Baron of Scotland, a member of the

iii. 289; vii. 370, 376.
Blair-Adam Club, vi. 259. Cock-

Mrs Henry, her performance it.
neyism of amid the romantic scen-

“the Family Legend,” iii. 220-1.
ery of Scotland, 334-5. Sketch of, Sidmouth, Lord, ii. 299, 300, 307; vi.
viii. 165. Application to Scott of a

8; nick-named the Doctor, vi. Il
passage in Cicero, 335.

Letter to, vi. 304.
ii. 145 n. ; vi. 320; ix. 233, 343.

- vi. 310; ix. 243, 244 ; x. 116.
“SHEPHERD STALE,” unfinished bal. Sidonia, Duke of Medina, iv. 237.
lad of the, ii. 31-8.

Simpson, James, Esq., iv. 166 n.
Sheridan, R. B. anecdote of, vi. Iln. Signet-ring, Inscription, iv. 136.
203; viii. 194.

Sinclair, “old Robert,” viii. 257 n.
- Thonias, ix. 316; x. 137.

Sir John, iii. 80, 371.
Sheriff-court processes, viii. 154; ix.

Mrs. Euphemia, i. 107.
67.

Single Stick, play at, viii. 158.
Shetland, its agriculture, iv. 192-6,

“Sir Bevis of Hampton,” romance

of, x. 161.
204-7. Customs, iv. 191, 193, 196. “Sir Giles Overreach,” Kemble's and
Superstitions, iv. 207, 220.

Cooke's contrasted, iv. 66.

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