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“SIR TRISTREM," Publication of in Smith, Dr Samuel, vii. 256.

May 1804, ii. 177. Success of, 178; Rev. Sidney, iii. 64; vii. 12.
iii. 179. Controversy regarding William, Esq., M.P., his contro-
the work, ii. 178.180.

versy with Southey, v. 220. Scott's
ii. 63-64 passim, 76, 107 pas- opinion of, 221. Anecdote of Scott's
sim, 121, 135 passim, 176, 204, 206. meeting with, 221, 222.
Six-feet-high Club, ix. 306 n.

Mrs, trial of, for poisoning, ix.
Skene, James, Esq., of Rubislaw,

90, 91.
first acquaintance with Scott, i. Miss, tragedian, iii. 213; iv. 3,
354. Reminiscences of Ashestiel, 4.
ii. 261-274. Supplies materials for Smollett, x. 104.
Quentin Durward, vii. 127. Sketch Snuff.box, French, anecdote, 93.
of, viii. 187. Letter to, on Graham's Sobriquets of Scott, i. 207, 213; vii.
Island, x. 126.

125.
Extracts from his memoranda Society or Solitude, choice of, viii.
of Scott, i. 354, 356 ; ii. 111, 261; iii. 181, 182, 313; ix. 312, 315.
8; v. 90 ; vi. 177 ; viii. 227.

Solitude, viii. 257.
v. 89; viii. 207; x. 94.

at Abbotsford, viii. 313.
Mrs, vi. 177 ; viii. 188, 266, 291 ; Solomon, iv. 136; v. 171.
ix. 183.

Solomon's Temple, ii. 122.
James Henry, Esq., Malta, x. “SOMERS', LORD, COLLECTION OF
129.

TRACTS, 13 vols. 4to," iii. 81-83,
Skerries, Island of, iv. 258.

200.
Skerry Vohr, ridge of rocks, iv. 323. Somerset House, accident at a dinner
Skirmish-field,iii. 335.

in, vii. 249.
Skye, Sound of, iv. 301, 310.

“SOMMERVILLES, MEMOIR OF THE,"
Island of, iv. 310.

publication of, v. 14; X. 225.
Slains Castle, iv. 186-188, 260.

John, Lord, ii. 266, 305; iji.
Well of, iv. 260.

401 ; v. 61. Illness of, vi. 135, 247.
Slain-men's-lee, vi. 73.

Rev. Dr, Jedburgh, i. 349 n.;
“SLINGSBY's, Sir Henry,Memoirs," viii. 403.
Scott's edition of, iü. 2.

Samuel, Esq., vii. 162.
Sleep, viii. 211, 216, 266, 267.

Sotheby, William, Esq., ii. 315, 316;
Smailholme Tower, i. 7, 109. View

ii. 185; ix. 18, 232.
from it described, 109. Visit to, Soul, immortality of the, viii. 150,
209. Ballad of the Eve of St. John, 339.
ii. 26. Last Visit of Scott to, x. 91. Southey, Robert, Esq., LL.D., his
x. 171.

“Life of Cowper,” i. 214; iii. 41.
Smallwood and Smith, Messrs, Mel- His“ Madoc,” ii. 258; iii. 21, 26, 30.
rose, vii. 36.

Visits Scott at Ashestiel, ii. 277. Cu-
Smith, Messrs. Darnick, vi. 388. rious MS. brought by, 278. Scott's

Mr Colvin, his portrait of Scott, opinion of, in a letter to Miss See
X. 262.

ward, iji. 20. His “Palmerin of
Horace, Fsq., his novel of England,” iii. 25, 31. “ Chronicle
“Brambletye House,” ix. 6, 8. of the Cid," jii, 25, 28. “ Queen

Mr John, Darnick, ix. 38 ; X. Orraca,” iii. 27. “ Thalaba,” iii.
18.

29, 30. Edinburgh Review Criti-
John, Esq., bookseller, Glasgow, cism on, iii. 30. Curse of Kehama,
v. 234.

iii. 31, 258. Scott's review of, 262.
Edition of “ The Morte Arthur," 284, 295. Second visit in 1814, iv.
35. His opinion of Marmion,” 44. 330. Cavern of described, 331. Cun-
Becomes Editor of the Edinburgh trasted with other caverns, 332.
Annual Register, 167, 303. His. Stafford, Marquis of, iv. 8; ix. 45.
tory of Brazil," iii. 258; vi. 45. Marchioness of, ib. See Duch-
Unsuccessful application for the ess of Sutherland.
office of Historiographer-Royal, Stag, Canadian, horns and feet, v.
iii. 403-406. Accepts the office 266.
of Poet Laureate, iv. 117. De- Stanfield, Philip, remarks on the case
votion to literary pursuits, 131. of for parricide in 1688, i. 359; vii.
Resigns charge of the Edinburgh 181.
Annual Register, v. 146. Contro-Stalker, Mr, one of Scott's early
versy with Mr. W. Smith, M.P., v. teachers, i. 29.
220. His Pilgrimage to Waterloo, Stark, Mr, architect, iii. 367; iv. 8,
220. “ History of Brazil," jji. 253; 131 ; v. 8.
viii. 223; ix. 45. “Life of Wesley,” Statesmen, consistency of, ix. 112-13,
vi. 45-6. Poem on the King's visit, 129-30.
vii. 264. Proposed editor of the Steam-heating of houses, vii. 112, 142.
Quarterly Review, ib. “ History Steam navigation, vii. 176; viii. 12,

of the Peninsular War," ix. 11. 13. Anticipated consequences of,
Southey, Letters from, iii. 25-32, 43- vii. 261,
45; iv. 157; vi. 40.

Steele, Thomas, Esq., iv. 162 n..
Letters to, iii. 25, 28, 33, 17), Stennis, standing stones of, iv. 265,
173, 191, 194, 195, 257, 293,404 ; iv. Stevenson, Messrs, Oban, iv. 352.
116, 118, 158; v. 220; vi. 41; vii. John Hall, v. 397 n.
259, 264.

John, “ True Jock," v. 306 n. ;
ii. 166 ; iii. 20, 151, 157-191, 262, viii. 286
303, 403; iv. 39; vi. 38; viii. 371. Robert, Esq., engineer, iv. 175.
Souza, Madame de, ix. 28.

Voyage with Scott in the Light.
Spain, affairs of, iii. 93, 115, 131, 150, house yacht, 1814, iv. 182 passim;

159, 172, 174, 196, 313, 391; ix. 272. 200, 221 passim. Sees a missionary
Spaniards, x. 60.

preacher in Orkney, 262. Isle of
Spanish Armada vessels, iv. 333, 363; Tyree, 323 passim, 369.
v. 2.

Stewart, Alexander, of Invernahyle,
Ballads, Depping's, vi. 4.

an enthusiastic Jacobite, i. 189. In-
Proverbs, viii. 198.

vites Scott to the Highlands, 190.
“Speates and raxes," story of, vii. An

ew, a “a poetical tailor,

convicted of burglary, iii. 177. His
Speculative Society, Scott a member Letters to Scott, 178, 180). Sen-

of the, i. 239. His Essays there, ib. tence commuted, 183.
Spencer, ii. 252.

General David, of Garth, vii.
Earl, ii. 85, 293, 305.

51, 64.
Hon. William Robert, ix. 30 n.; Dugald, Professor of Moral Phi-
Lines of, x. 71.

losophy, i. 59, 175, 185, 232, 235.
Sporting Anecdote, ix. 275.

Reads Scott's translation of “ Le-
Sportsmen, vii. 331. Anecdote of one, nore," 331. Letter from, on Lenore,
331-2.

347.
Stael, Madame de, iv. 141.

Sir Henry, of Allanton, Bart.
Staffa, Scott's first visit to, iii. 276, vii.192-199; ix, 288.

281 n.

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Stewart, Sir James, of Allanbank,.vii. | Stuart, Hon. Wm., death of, vii. 41.
404; ix. 279; x. 261.

Prince Charles Edward, iv. 295,
Mr James, of Brugh, affairs of, 349; v. 340. Anecdote of, viii. 247.
viii. 128.

Character, 248.
- Sir James, of Allanbank, visit to papers, commission on the, ix.
Abbotsford, ix. 279.

319.
Mrs, of Blackhall, viii. 317. Studies, caution against neglect of,
Sticchini, M., Naples, X. 162.

vi. 112, 114, 122, 301, 416; vii. 274.
Stirling Castle, i. 290; y. 260 n.; Succoth, Lord (Sir Archibald Camp-
ix. 256 n.

bell, Bart.) viii. 143.
Stirling, Earl, (William Alexander,) Subscription papers, viii. 145–351.
i. 86.

Suicide, cases of, vii. 250; ix. 71 n.
Stisted, Major, vii. 286.

72. Reflections on. ix. 71-2.
Stoddart, Sir John, visits Scott at “SULTAN of SERENDIB, The," pub-
Lasswade, ii. 58.

lished in 1817, v. 183, 184.
ii. 160, 210); x. 130, 138.

Sumburgh-head, iv. 226.
Stomach Cramps, v. 265, 268 ; vi. 36. -rost, iv. 228.
Stopford, Lady Charlotte, the grave Sun, Apostrophe to the, viii. 336.
of, x. 188

“ Sun-setting,” Scott's early lines on
Stothard's print of the Canterbury the, i. 131.
Pilgrims, ix. 138.

Sun, the, newspaper, ix. 109.
Storrs, visit to, viii. 50).

Sunderland, ix. 164.
Stour of Assint, iv. 294.

Sunninghill, residence of Mr Ellis at,
Stowell, Lord, ix. 244.

ii. 121 ; iii. 10; v. 52.
Straiton, “ Old Willie,"_"Man of Superstition, Dialogues on," pro-
Swanston, John, Abbotsford, vi. 129, 171. Opinions, 175, 184; vi. 53.
164 ; X. 42, 66.

Wisdom and Proverbs," death of, posed, vii. 162, 167.
viii. 307.

Superstitions, X. 197. Of the High-
Strangers, and “go-abouť folks, iii. lands, iv. 305. Of Hunting, iii.

343. Conversation of, 344. Anec- 348. Regarding lakes in Scotland,
dote ib.

v. 126. Of the Orkneys, iv. 252,
Strangford, Lord, ix. 255.

262, 269, 273. Of Shetland, iv.
Stratford-upon-Avon, vi. 363.

207. “ Trows," ib. Wrecks, 209.
Strathmore, Earl of, i. 296.

Thunderbolts, 220.
Street, Mrs Celia, Abbotsford, x. 4. “ SURGEON'S DAUGHTER,” Tale of
Strong, Mr, Fair Isle, iv. 230 passim, the, published in November 1827,
237.

ix. 173.
Stromness, bay of, iv. 264. Town of, Surnames, viii. 152.
272.

introduction of, into Scotland,
Struthers, Mr John, Glasgow, his

ji. 144.
“ Poor Man's Sabbath," a poem, Surtees, Robert, Esq. of Mainsforth,
iii. 88-91 n. ; 94, 114.

iii. 260.
Strutt's, Joseph “ Queenhoo-hall," Mr. Villiers, vi. 417, X. 53, 55.
Scott's edition of, iii. 83.

Suter, Rev. Mr Kilmore, iv. 304, 308
Stuart, Lady Louisa, ii, 28; iii. 95, Sutherland, Duke of, iv. 293 n.

192; iv. 22; v. 128; vi. 405; viii. Duchess of, vii. 81. Gaelic title
65. Death of her brother, vii. 41 of, viii. 155.

Letters to, iii. 36, 60.95; iv. 69: Sutors of Selkirk, v. 116. (See Sel-
v. 186; vi. 168–405; ix. 370.

kirk.]
- Dr Gilbert, iii. 138.

Swaby, Mr, London, vii. 21.

SeeThe Black Dwarfand Old
Swift, Dr. Jonathan, character of, Mortality.

iv. 163. His monument in St. Pa- " TALES OF MY LANDLORD,"2d Se-
trick's Cathedral, viii. 18. Stella, ries, 4 vols., v. 270-272, 315; v. 357.
19. Portrait, 20. Contrasted with [See Heart of Mid-Lothian.”)
Scott, 28; iv. 178.

3d Series, 4 vols., vi. 85. Re-
-'s LIFE AND WORKS," 19 vols. ception of, 87. See The Bride

8vo. Edition of commenced, iji. of Lammermoorand Legend of
81-83. Published, July 1814, iv. Montrose."
161. Characteristics of, 162. Edin- 4th Series, 4 vols., X. 105. Ex-
burgh Review Criticism, 163.

Se- tract from the preface to, 118-19.
cond edition of, in 1824, vii. 215. See Count Robert of Paris" and
iii. 152; iv. 151 ; vi. 107.

Castle Dangerous."
Theophilus, iv. 162 n.

- Factitious, series of, announced,
Swinton, George, Esq., vii. 172.

vi. 39.
John, Esq., viii. 378. His anec- “ Tales OF THE CRUSADERS,” 4
dote of Mr Kinloch, 379.

vols.-"The Talisman” and “The
Sir John of Swinton, maternal

Betrothed,” progress of their com-
great-grandfather of Sir Walter

position, vii. 384. Publication of
Scott, i. 14, 86; vii. 7.

in June 1825, 386.
Mrs Margaret, tragical death of,“ TALISMAN, The,” [See Tales of
i. 142; vii. 79.

the Crusaders."]
Sword-dance, account of, iv. 217. Talleyrand, ix. 16.
S. W. S., ix. 32. Anecdote, 32 n. Tantallon Castle, how introduced
Sykes, Sir M. M., Bart., vii. 132. in Marmion, iii. 17.
Sylva Abbotsfordiensis," x. 90. Tarentum, Archbishop of, x. 156.

Task-work, viii. 135.
T

Tate, Nahum, iv. 9.
Table-talk, ix. 45, 49, 230.

Taxation of literary income resisted,
dinner, Scott and Jeffrey, iii. iv. 140, 142.
63. Anecdote of Scott and Cole. Taylor's, William, Translation of
ridge at Sotheby's, iii. 185; ix. 232. Burger's Lenore, i. 323. Compared
At Abbotsford, vi. 233.

with Scott's, 331. Letter to Scott
Tacitus, excellent qualities of his on “The Chace," 349.
history, vi. 314.

Tees, river, iii. 190, 378.
Tailors, vi. 105.

Teignmouth, Lord, iv. 275 n.
Talbot, Sir George, x. 147.

Teniers, paintings of, ix. 286.
“ TALES OF A GRANDFATHER,” 3 Terry, Daniel, comedian, iii. 220.

vols., Ist Series, (Scotland). Origin Account of, 223-225. Intimacy
of, ix. 109-110, 123, 169. Publica- with Scott, 356-357. First appear-
tion, 186. Popularity of, 187, 208; ance at Covent Garden Theatre,
iii. 109; v. 164; vii. 154 n.

iv. 129. Dramatizes “Guy Man-
- 3 vols., 2d Series. ix, 258, 270. nering," v. 130. Sobriquet “The
3 vols., 3d Series, ix. 324.

Grinder," 268. Manager of the
- 3 vols., 4th Series, (France). Haymarket Theatre, vi. 60, 63.
ix. 337

Anecdotes of—“ Nigel” and “My
" TALES OF MY LANDLORD," Ist Surly," 414, 415 n. Becomes les-

Series, 4 vols., v. 146, 165, 151-154, see and manager of the Adelphi

Theatre, London, vii. 368-369., Thomson, George, Esq., v. 346. Visit to it, ix. 14, 15. Failure of Rev. George, tutor at Abbotsthe speculation, 247-248. Pecuni- ford, description and character of, ary loss to Scott by, viii. 369; ix. iv. 10; vi. 54-55, 249. Scott's soli248. Letter from Scott to, ix. 248; citations on his behalf, vi. 54, 57, and to Mrs Lockhart on the affairs 86, 273; viii. 183. Death of, x.

of, 263. His death, 265 n., 324. 251. Terry, letters to, iv. 5, 85, 129; v. 7, V. 376, 390.

131, 142, 164, 198, 258, 259, 286, J. A. Esq. of Charleton, vi. 259. 290, 308, 312, 313; vi. 61, 141; vii. James, “Life of,” proposed, iii. 46, 97, 102, 108, 142, 144, 157, 203, 81. 211, 237, 244, 370, 377; ix. 248.

Rev. John of Duddingstone, vi. iv. 139; v. 197; vi. 60, 279, 210; 259; vii. 404 ; x 27. His painting ix. 259.

of Fast Castle, vii. 114, 404; of Mrs, v. 167 n.; vi. 61, 142; ix. Dunluce Castle, viii. 224. 249, 265 n.

Thomas, Esq., i. -75; ii. 70. Walter Scott, v. 197; vi. 62 Appointed Deputy Clerk Register 141; ix. 248, 250, 264.

of Scotland, 311. His antiquarian Têtes échauffées" of Germany, lore, v. 386. Edition of " Sir James vii. 28.

Melville's Memoirs," ix. 76. Teviot, river, i. 300; ii. 272.

-iii. 239; iv, 185; vi. 259; ix. 76, Thackwell, Colonel, vii. 365.

128. The Club," Carrubber's Close, for- “ The Galashiels Poet,” vii. 93,

mation of, i. 207. List of its Ori- 96; viii. 154. Poetical invitation ginal Members, 208 n., 287.

from, vii. 94-95. London, vii. 136.

Thoughts, “concealed," ix. 44-45. " THE LAIRD'S Jock," Tale of, ix. Thrale, Mrs, ix. 181.

Thurlow, Lord Chancellor, vii. 88. The Tailor," song of, i. 288; iii. Thunder-storm, its effects on Scott's 327.

infancy, i. 113. His early lines on, Theatre, London audience of the, 131. vi. 44; vii. 279.

Thurtell, the murderer of Weare, of Bath, i. 30, 116.

viii. 381; ix. 251-253. Theatrical representations, effects of Tickell, Major, iv. 162 n.

in youth, i. 116. Remarks on, Ticknor, Professor, of Boston, New iv. 130.

England, vi. 38, 45; X. 262. Fund dinner, February 1827, ix. Time, lines to, i. 335; ix. 183. In77-84.

terest conferred by, on works of speculations, vii. 369-378.

art, iv. 41-4. Theseus, of Virgil, viii. 191.

Times, the, newspaper, its demolThistlewood, Captain, vi. 311.

tion of General Gourgaud's case, Thom, Mr, sculptor, his figures of ix. 153.

“ Tam o' Shanter and Sutor John- Ting and Tingwald, ir. 215. ny,” ix. 285.

Tingwall, church of, in Shetland, iv. Thom, Rev. Mr, of Govan, viii. 10. 211. Parish of, 215. Thomas, of Ercildoune, the Rhym- Tippoo Saib, iv. 159.

er, ii. 64, 139, 144 passim, 150, Titles, Scottish dormant, viii. 286. 158, 174-176, 278; vii, 292; x. 95. Tixall Poetry, iii. 302.

o''Twizzlehope, Auld,” i. 268. Tobermory, Mull, iv. 337. VOL. X.

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