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1821 - (Ærat. 50.) KENILWORTH, 3 vols. post 8vo,

Vol. VI. 294 Account of the Coronation of King George IV.

345 Franck's Northern Memoirs — The Contemplative Angler,

403 Chronological Notes on Scottish Affairs, 1680–

1701, from the Diary of Lord Fountainhall, 4to,

ib. THE PIRATE, 3 vols. post 8vo,

423

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1822 — (51.)
Gwynne's Memoirs of the Civil Wars 1653-4,
HALIDON HILL,
MACDUFF's Cross,
THE FORTUNES OF NIGEL, 3 vols. post 8vo,
Poetry contained in the Waverley Novels,

VI. 320
VII. 26

169
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23

1823 — (52.)
PEVERIL OF THE PEAK, 4 vols. post 8vo,
Quentin DURWARD, 3 vols. post 8vo,
Essay on Romance,
St Ronan's WELL, 3 vols. post 8vo,

VII. 117

161 167 206

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1824—(53.) REDGAUNTLET, 3 vols. post 8vo, Tribute to the Memory of Lord Byron,

VII. 213

215

1825 — (54.) TALES OF THE CRUSADERS, 4 vols. post 8vo, The Betrothed; The Talisman,

VII. 386 Song of “ Bonnie Dundee,”

VIII. 168 Introduction and Notes to Memoirs of Madame Larochejaquelin,

180 Review of Pepys' Diary,

229

180,

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1826– (Ætat. 55.) LETTERS OF MalachI MALAGROWTHER, VIII. 267,

passim, 276 WOODSTOCK, 3 vols. post 8vo,

353 Review of the Life of Kemble and Kelly's Reminiscences,

331 Galt's Omen,

372

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1827 - (56.) Review of Mackenzie's Life and Works of John

IX. 100 Hoffman's Novels,

73 LIFE OF NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE, 9 vols. post 8vo, 117 CHRONICLES OF THE CANONGATE, FIRST SERIES,

2 vols. post 8vo. The Two Drovers, the High

land Widow, and the Surgeon's Daughter, 173 Miscellaneous Prose Works, first collected, 6 vols. 8vo,

] 24 Essay on the Planting of Waste Lands,

ib. Reply to General Gourgaud,

147 Essay on Ornamental Gardening, Memoir of George Bannatyne, TALES OF A GRANDFATHER, FIRST SERIES, 3 vols.

186

182

ib.

18mo,

1828 — (57.) Essay on Moliere,

IX. 194 Two Religious Discourses,

206 CHRONICLES OF THE CANONGATE, SECOND SERIES,

3 vols. post 8vo. The Fair Maid of Perth, 222 TALES OF A GRANDFATHER, SECOND SERIES, 3

vols. 18mo, Review of Hajji Baba in England,

ib. Sir Humphrey Davy's Salmonia,

ib.

258

1829 - (Ætat. 58.) Review of Ritson's Caledonian Annals, IX. 315-16 ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN, 3 vols. post 8vo,

321 HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, vol. i. 12mo,

ib. TALES OF A GRANDFATHER, THIRD SERIES, 3 vols. 324 WAVERLEY NOVELS, with the New Introductions

and Notes, vols. i. to viii. (continued monthly), 325

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1830 - (59.) Review of Pitcairn's Ancient Criminal Trials, IX. 334 THE Doom OF DEVERGOIL, AND AUCHINDRANE,

335 Essays on BALLAD POETRY,

ib. LETTERS ON DEMONOLOGY AND WITCHCRAFT, , 18mo,

369 Tales Of A GRANDFATHER, Fourth SERIES History of France, 3 vols. 18mo,

337 HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, vol. ii. 12.no,

338 Review of Southey's Life of John Bunyan,

ib.

1831 — (60.) TALES OF MY LANDLORD, FOURTH SERIES, 4 vols.

post 8vo, Count Robert of Paris, and Castle Dangerous,

X. 105

INDE X.

The Roman Letters refer to the Volume; the Arabic Figures:

to the Page.

А ABBEVILLE, ix. 20. “ABBOT, THE," 3 vols., publication of, vi. 255. Origin of its composition, 258, 260, 264.

v. 92 n. 93 n.; vi. 266. Abbot, Mr, Comedian, v. 168. ABBOTSFORD, iii. 333 ; localities of,

334. Contemplated purchase of, 333-6. Description of, and purchase, 339, 342, 367. Scott's removal from Ashestiel to, iv. 1-6. Progress of building, &c., 7 passim. Dominie Thamson," 10-11. Accession of land, 85; v. 107, 109, 148, 235; vi. 222. Visit of Washington Irving, v. 242; of Lady Byron and Sir David Wilkie, 253. Nocturnal disturbance at, v. 309, 315. Visit of Lord Melville, Capt. Fergusson, Mr Lockhart, and Professor Wilson, 368 passim 392. American tourists at, 387. “Heating" of - dinner of Yeomanry Cavalry, 394. "

Hogmanay," or the “ daft days" at, 1818, vi. 15, 16. Visit of

Prince Leopold, vi. 126, 130. Sunday at, in Feb. 1820, 187. Vi. sited by Prince Gustavus of Sweden, 219. Autumnat, 1820, 231. Visit of Davy, Mackenzie, Wollaston, and Rose, 239. New buildings at, 387. Mechanical devices, vii. 142. "Century of inventions," 145. Visit of Miss Edgeworth, 177 ; and of Mr Adolphus, 178. State of the house, library, and museum, in 1824, 216-25. Christmas at, in 1824 - Extracts from Captain Hall's Journal, 285. Story of the flag at, vii. 327-8. Marriage-settlement of, 345. Description of, in 1825, 392, 408. Visit of Thomas Moore, viii. 65; and of Mrs Coutts, 73, 126. Christmas of 1825, viii. 172. In solitude, 313. Christmas of 1826, ix. 62. Second visit of Mr Adolphus, 132. The library, 137. Fancied apparition of Lord Byron, 140. Servants at, under reverge of fortune, 170-2. Visit of Mr Hallam, 330. Death of Tom Purdie, 332. Autumn of 1830, 353,

Notes by Mr Adolphus, 357. Vi- Antiquities," 126. Deathbed An.
sited by the exiled French no- ecdote of, i. 46.
blesse, 369. Winter of 1830, x. 2. Right Hon. William, Lord
Gift of the library, &c. by credi- Chief Commissioner, his invita-
tors, 19. Visit of Mr Turner, 94; tion of Scott to Carlton House,
of Captain Burns, x. 100. Depar- v. 46, 49; his formation of the
ture of Scott, November 1831, 107. Blair-Adam Club, vi. 258; and
Arrival, and last days at, 207. Set- account of its first meeting, 260.
tlement of, 255.

Sketch of, viii. 200-2 ; his death,
ABBOTSFORD, I. 86, 242, 271; iv. 49, v. 46 n. See also ii. 145 n.; Y.

65, 72, 85, 86, 131, 156, 237 ; v. 8, 49, 50 n., 284; vi. 8, 59, 87, 257,
71 n., 108, 126, 166, 184, 231, 238, 265; vii. 45; viii. 3, 200, 276, 373,
258, 266, 287, 289, 292, 297, 308, 312- 395; ix. 349; X. 21.
15, 371 ; vi. 15, 18, 20, 53, 64, 108, Admiral, Sir Charles, vi. 259.
127, 209, 337 ; vii. 17, 21, 22, 34, 47, Major-General, Sir Frederick,
98, 101-5, 108, 156-60, 203, 237-9, v. 63; viii. 395; views of Lord
244, 252, 318; viii. 120, 259, 260 ; Byron and the Greek war, 398.
ix, 22, 351; X. 169, 205, 217, 258.

ix. 195, 196; X. 161, 174.
– English subscription fund for Lady, viii. 395.
its entail, x. 257-8. Family, Wil- John, Esq., viii. 200 n.
kie's picture of the, x. 263. Addington, Dr, ix. 243.
Club, vii. 137.

Mr. [See Lord Sidmouth.]
Hunt, vi. 151, 248, 276, 417; vii. Administration, Coalition, ix. 131,
276; viii. 105.

186.
Abbotstown, v. 289, 374; vi. 184. Admiralty, Lords of, vii. 327.
Abercorn, Marquis of, iii. 10, 15, 61 ; | Adolphus, John, Esq., ix. 235.
iv. 94. Dinner at Longtown, 95. J. L., Esq., his remarks on

Marchioness of, iii. 9, 212. “ The Abbot," vi. 256. “ Letters
Abercromby, George, now Lord, i. to Heber on the Authorship of

69, 77, 198, 204, 208 n., 257. Sketch Waverley," 364, 386; vii. 136.
of, viii. 130, 379.

Scott's remarks on, vi. 386; Vi-
Dr, x. 15, 18, 39, 61 ; viii. 309. sits Abbotsford, vii. 178. Extracts
Aberdeen, iv. 186.

from his memoranda, 179-92. Re-
Advocates, viii. 291.

visit, and extracts, in 1827, ix.
Earl of, iv. 139; v. 82.

132-42; and in 1830, 357-64; in
Abernethy, tower of, vi. 273.

1831, x. 91.
“ Absalom and Achithophel," by

ix. 235.
Dryden, iv. 9; ix. 27.

Advancement, gradual, vii. 106.
Abud and Son, bill-brokers, Lon- of science, moral dangers at-

don, viii. 408; ix. 174-6, 178. tending, ix. 297-8.
Academical studies of Scott, i. 175. Adversity, subservient to Scott's
Accidents of terror, firmness of fame, viii. 103-5.

character in, vii. 42, 248-50. Advocates, Faculty of, Scott's
Accommodation-bills, viii. 100. speech at a meeting, ii. 328; viii.
Acland, Sir Thomas, ix. 231.

258.
Adam, Dr Alexander, Rector of the Age, old, not desirable, v. 266, 310.

High School of Edinburgh, sketch Age and youth, ix. 60, 61, 65, 66, 68,
of, i. 43-6, 126, 149; his “ Roman 71.

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