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Tod, Thomas, Esq. W.S. i. 163. Turf, remarks on the, vii. 257.
Willie," ii. 271,

Turk, properties of a, iv. 133.
Colonel, Account of Rajasthan, Turnberry Castle, v. 6, 7.
i. 233.

Turnbull, Rev. John of Tingwall, Todd and Romanes, Messrs, vii. 308- his voyage with Scott in 1814, iv. 309.

183, 211. Character, 212. Severe Tolbooth, old, of Edinburgh, v. 166. domestic bereavement, ib. n. 217.

A niche from or a niche in, 167. Turn-again,” üi. 336, 339; iv. 85; Toothach, viii. 319.

v. 196. “Too well known,” the, viii. 160,354. Turner's “ History of the AngloToplitz, vii. 101.

Saxons," ii. 100. Torloisk, Isle of Mull, iv. 334.

J. W., royal academician, his Torlonia, Duchess of, x. 178.

drawings at Abbotsford, vi. 20; X. Tormentil," iv. 194.

171. Visit to Scott, X. 94. IllusTown and country contrasted, ix. trations of Scott's poetry, ib. 219-20, 263.

Tutors, family, v. 264 ; vii, 152. Toy-woman, a travelling companion, Twalmby, the great,” viii. 116. ix. 158.

Tweed, river, i. 300; ii. 273; iii. 'Tragedy, modern state of, vi. 144; 339-40; v. 248.9, 319; vi. 247; vii. vii. 236.

408; viii. 66; x. 218. A rise of, -- a quietus to one in manuscript, vii. 307; ix. 139. New bridge, x. vi. 143.

57-8. Train, Mr Joseph, poems of, v. 2. “ Twin bodies" in Pitscottie's “His

His usefulness to Scott in collect- tory," viji. 196.
ing traditions, anecdotes, and cu- Twizzlehope, i. 269.
riosities, 3-7, 177, 197; of Old Mor- “Two DROVERS," tale of the, pub-
tality and Rob Roy, 178, 179. The lished in November 1827, ix. 173.
“ Wallace chair," vii. 222.

Tyree, Isle of, iv. 323.
Letters to, v. 5, 7.

Tytler, P. F., Esq., viii. 387. His vii. 221.

“ History of Scotland,” vii. 174. Traquair, Earl of, vii, 362. Travel, advice regarding, vii. 28.

U Travelling, anecdotes of, iii. 344; v. Uam Smowe, cave described, iv. 59; ix. 158.

280-90. Contrasted with Macallisexpenses, ix. 7-56.

ter's cave and Staffa, 332. Trial by jury, iii. 307.

Ugo Foscolo, transmutation of from “ Trifles in verse, by a young sol. “a lion" to a “bore,” viii. 121.

dier,” (Marjoribanks) i. 161. Ulva, iv. 335. Tripp, Baron, anecdotes of, ix. “ Undine," tale of, vi. 142; vii. 28. 163-4.

Unhappy days, viii. 318. Trows', of Shetland, iv. 207.

Union of England and Scotland, viji. Truth, duty of when painful, viii. 290. 341.

Unities, dramatic, vi. 308. T. S. sketch of his singularities, viii. Urquhart, Sir Thomas, quotation 136. Affairs of, 159, 160.

from, vi. 385. Tuftile, wells of, iv, 257.

Useful lives, of short date, vii. 201. Tullibody, i. 289.

Usher, Mr. John, Toftfield, v. 235. " Tully-Veolan," i. 122, 291. Silver 296 n. ; vii. 162, 249. bear of, 297.

Uttoxeter, ix. 225.

V

W Valetta, town of, in Malta, x. 143. Wags, professed, ix. 45. Vanity, literary, viii. 184.

Waldie, Mr Robert, i. 159. Van Mildert, Mrs. ix. 162.

Mrs, i. 160. Variorum Classics, 140 vols. gift of Miss, her“ Rome in the NineConstable, vii. 224.

teenth Century, 3 vols.” i. 161. Vase of silver, the gift of Lord By- | Wales, North, viii. 47.

ron to Scott, v. 41, 44, 166. Walker, Mr, teacher of dancing, i. Vathek, tale of, v. 34; ix. 45.

171. Vegtam's Kvitha," or the “descent Deacon, Galashiels, vii. 96. of Odin," i. 273.

Helen, the original of Jeannie Venice, visit to, x. 199.

Deans, x. 117. Scott's Monument Ventriloquism, viii. 193.

to, 118. Ventriloquist, a, ix. 320.

Rev. James, Dunnottar, i. 293, Vertot’s “ Knights of Malta," i. 66. 329. Vesta, temple of, x. 188.

Lieutenant, of " The Barham," Victoria, Princess, now Queen, Scott x. 125. presented to, ix. 243.

Street, Edinburgh, Scott's resiVida's poems, Scott falsely charged dence in, ix. 57. of plagiarism from, iii, 294.

Patrick, “ Lives of the CoveVidocq, memoirs of, ix. 304.

nanters," v. 306. Villa Muti, the residence of the last " Wallace Chair" at Abbotsford, of the Stuarts, x. 184-5.

vii. 222_4. Villiers, John, Earl of Clarendon, vi. n's Sword, viii. 149. 304 ; i. 343.

“ Walladmoor," German fabrication Violet, lines on a, i. 334.

of, vii. 385. Virgil's sailor, prayer of, x. 34. Walpole, Horace, Lord Orford: v. Virtue, moral beauties of, ii. 139. 306. His “ Letters to Montague," Its own reward, vi. 176-7.

307. “ Posthumous Memoirs," Virtue and piety, cultivation of in vii, 12.

the higher ranks of life, iv. 381, viii. 111. 383, 385, 388.

" Walter Scott," Smack named, vij. Virtuoso, definition of a, i. 120 n.

327, 328. - VISIONARY, THE," publication of Walton Hall, vi. 268. Visited by in January 1820, vi. 181.

Sir Walter and Mr Lockhart, 269. Visits of three days, viii. 76 n. War-horn, Border, i. 271. Volcanic island, new, x. 110, 125. Warriours and Monks, traditions of, Letter on, 126.

iv. 327. Volere, Chevalier de la, uncle to

Warton's, Dr., proposed edition of Lady Scott, vi. 9.

Dryden, ii. 281. Edition of Pope, Voltaire, vi. 232.

ib. Volunteers, burgher, v. 189.

Warwick Church, vii, 355.
See Edinburgh.

Castle, ib. levies of in 1809, vi, 147, 154, “ Watch and Ward in Ireland," vii.. 159.

38. Vulgar, meaning of, viii. 28.

“ Water-bull,” superstition, v. 126. Watering places, Society at, vii. 207. Waterloo, field of, visited by Scott, “ WAVERLEY Novels," secrecy and

v. 64. Major Gordon's Narrative of, suspicion of their authorship, iv. 64-66. Letter on, from Scott to the 170, 176, 399-404; v. 51, 170, 38.9. Duke of Buccleuch, 67; and to Under a penalty of L.2000, vi. 21, Miss Baillie, 77.

420; vi. 26, 178, 262. Letters of Mr Watson, Thomas, Esq., M.D., (in Adolphus on, 364-386; vii. 124, 132

text erroneously James), accom- 134, 139, 188-190, 225-227, 338, 354; panies Scott in illness from Lon- viii. 23, 67, 160 ; x. 242. Avowal don to Abbotsford, x. 206, 207 8. of, 82-84. Captain James, R.N., X. 59.

MSS." presented to Constable, Watt, James, bust of, vi. 278. His vii. 138. remarks on Scotch artizans, 336 n. Wealth and Rank, remarks on Scott's viii. 57.

estimate of, viii. 76-81. and Downie, trials of, for high Weare, murder of, by Thurtell, treason, i. 307. Execution of Watt, viii. 381; ix. 251-253. 313.

Weaver, “ a gifted," anecdote of a, Wattie Waeman, suicide of, vii. 25". v. 175 n. Waugh, Mr, Melrose, vi. 417; vii. Weber, Henry, amanuensis to Scott, 109.

ii. 199, 200. His edition of " An“ WAVERLEY, 3 Vols.," opinions of cient Metrical Romance," iii. 79,

its merits, iv. 166. Constable's 81; viii. 287. Of “ Beaumount offer for the copyright, 167. Pub- and Fletcher's Works," iii. 302; lished July 1814, 166. Letters to iv. 77-78; viii. 287. Insanity of, Morritt on its progress and author- iv. 146-151. Death of, 149. “Il. ship, 168, 173. Unprecedented lustrations of Northern Antiquisuccess of, 395. Retrospect of its ties," 153. Sketch of, viii. 287. composition, 396. Letters on, from iii. 145; iv. 154. Morritt, 397; and from M. G. Wedderburne, James, Esq., vii, 102, Lewis, 400. Edinburgh and Quar- 106, terly Review notices of, 403-4. | Weir, Dr, of Eastbank, vii. 194 n. Opinions of others on, and charac-Wellesley, Sir Arthur. [See Duke of teristics of the Novel, 404. Mr Wellington.] Senior's remarks on, vii. 123. See Marquis of, iii. 203, 205, 208 ; also i. 192, 291-2, 297; ii. 132, 249; viii. 16, 41. iii. 299; iv. 124; v. 17,176; vi. 176, Wellington, Duke of, Scott's esti372, 379; ix. 321.

mate of his military character, Novels," (The Magnum iii. 313. Heroism of, v. 71. Opus,) COLLECTED Edition, with Scott presented to, 82 ; and awe Notes, &c., 48

vols. First of the Duke's presence, 92, 93. suggestion of the scheme, viii. Allusion to, in “ The Abbot," 171-172. Arbitration on, and re

Appearance at the Coropurchase of their copyrights, ix. nation of George IV., vi. 351. 187-190. Preparation of, 194, 257, Meetings with Scott in 1826, ix. 262, 306-307. Dedication of, to 47-49, 52. Opposed to Mr CanGeorge IV., ix. 240. Publication, ning, 104. Meeting with Scott at and success of, 325, 326, 328, 356 ; Durham Castle, ix. 157-159; and X. 21, 96, 255.

at Ravensworth Castle, 163. His - Dramas of, v. 131), 310; vi. 28, anecdotes of Foy and Tripp, ib. 6); vii. 190, 211; X. 198.

Meeting at Sunderland, 164. Eu

ib. 12

logé of, 272. His bust of Scott at Wicks of Baiglie, i. 190. Apsley house, X. 266.

Widdrington, vii. 90. Wellington, Duke of, iii. 160, 391; vi. | Widows, burning of, in India, viii.

37,210; vii. 87, 182, 322; ix. 99, 132, 134. 186, 241, 302, 306, 372; x. 108.

demands of, viii. 312, 313. Duchess of, iii. 321. Letters Wild Bull, the, v. 127. from, ib.

“ WILD HUNTSMAN, The," from Wells of Slain, iv. 260.

Burger, i. 337, 349 passim. Welsh Antiquaries and Poets, ii. 208. Wilde, John, Professor of Civil Law, language, vi. 288.

i. 81. Wemyss, Earl of, vi. 52.

Wilkes, John, iii. 266. Mr, of East Blair, viii. 3. Wilkie, Sir David, R. A., visits AbWesley, anecdote of, vi. 46. Life of, botsford, v. 253, 256, 261, 294 n. by Southey, 45-46.

The Teniers of Scotland, viii. 254. Westhall, Lord, ix. 350.

His portraits of Scott, x. 263; and Westmoreland Lakes, iji. 112.

picture of “The Abbotsford FaWest-Port murders. [See Burke and mily,” ib. Hare.]

Professor, vi. 263. Whale, Mr Lancelot, of the Gram- William IV., X. 8, 21, 89, 108, 251.

mar School, Kelso, i. 47, 158, 159. “ William and Helen.” [See BurSketch of, 48. Scott's progress in ger's Lenore.”]

Latin under him, 48, 159; x. 12. Williams, Archdeacon, vi. 271 pas. Whales, iv. 238, 241-242.

sim. Chosen Rector of the New “What for no," phrase of, vii. 168. Edinburgh Academy, vii. 267, 271. “What is this world?" ix. 71.

vii. 385; x. 90, 221. Whately, Archbishop, vii. 4 n. Williamson, W., of Cardrona, viii. Whig and Tory, viii. 201; ix. 126. 267, 268 n. Administration of, 131.

Willich, Dr, teacher of German, i. party, iii. 139-204, 391 ; v.'96, 278, 337. 295-6; vi. 350; viii. 124, 283, 333; Wilson, Captain, of the Lighthouse ix. 101, 105, 108, 112, 131, 309, 317; Yacht, iv. 183 passim, 369.

Harriet, publication of her MeWhisky, Highland, iv. 137; ix. 313. moirs, viii. 147. Meeting with, Irish, viii. 38.

148. White Boys, the Irish, vi. 124.

Mr Lestock, ix. 292, 293. “White horse in the Revelations," Professor John, short account vi. 77.

of, iii. 384. His “ Magic Mirror," teeth,” iji. 38.

iv. 39. Lines from, on “The Whittaker, Mr G. B., bookseller, Great Magician,” 40. Visit to AbLondon, X. 109.

botsford, v. 368 passim, 393. CanWhitworth, Earl of, x. 261.

didate for the Moral Philosophy Whyte, Miss Lydia, “a blue stock- Chair, vi. 216. Letter from Scott

ing," iii. 38, 95. Humorous on, 217. Admiral of the Lakes, sketch of, 95; ix. 46. Her excur- viii. 30, 51. Visit to Storrs, 50, sion to the Highlands, iii. 96; and v. 210; vi. 380; vii. 210; viii. death, ix. 88.

30; X. 256. Miss, La Cava, x. 163, 167.

Robert Sym, Esq., viii. 159. Wicklow County, Excursion to, viii. William, Esq. ix. 18. 23.

Mrs, Fushie Bridge, ix 178 n.

X. 8.

Wilton Nuns, vii. 151.

His impressions of Scott, 164-165. Windsor, Visit of Scott to, in 1826, "Sonnet on Neidpath Castle," 11. ix. 12.

167. Visit at Grasmere of Mr and Wine, indulgence in, vi. 315.

Mrs Scott, 274. Letter from, on habits of drinking, vi. 115; vii. Dryden, 287. Remarks on his poe358,

try, iii. 32; vi. 283; ix. 63-64, 90. Winnos, John, iv. 67.

“ Sonnet on Killiecrankie,” iii. 33. Winstanely, Mr, auctioneer, iv. 85. Opinion of “ Marmion,” 45. His Wisdom," of Twizzlehope, i. 269. bust by Chantrey, vi. 283. Visit to Wishaw, Mr, editor of Mungo Park's Storrs, viii. 50. Visited by Scott Journal, ii. 194.

at Mount Rydal, 51-52. His anecWit, flippant, ix. 45.

dote of Crabbe, ix. 64. Visit to game of, viii. 304.

Abbotsford, 1831, X. 104. His Irish, viii. 112.

“ Yarrow Revisited," ib. Sonnet “With,” a substantive, i. 126.

on the Eildons," 106. Wolcott, Dr, his attack of Gifford, Wordsworth, letters from, ii. 165-287; ix. 87.

iii. 45. Wollaston, Dr, at Abbotsford, vi. iii. 172, 176, 260; vii. 262. 239.

Miss, ii. 161, 162, 163 n.; vii. Woman of Fife, anecdote of a, viii. 262 ; viii. 52 ; x. 104. 39.

World, “ another and a better," ix. legal evidence of a deaf and 268. dumb, viii. 401.

Wortley, Hon. John Stuart, x. 257. "vain, beautiful as,” viii. 311. Sir Thomas, temp. Henry VIII. Women, employment of, iv. 69; viïi. ii. 153, 156. 406.

Wrangham, Archdeacon. ix. 272. of fashion, conduct of, viii. 74-5. Wright, Thomas Guthrie, Esq., iii. Women, or Pour et Contra," Ma- 15. His reminiscences of Scott, ib.

turin's novel of, v. 300. Scott's vii. 139. letter of advice on, ib. Review of, Rev. Thomas, of Borthwick, vi. 6.

ix. 213. Wood, Sir Alexander, i. 306, 324. William, Esq., Lincoln's Inn, Letter to, ix. 267.

viii. 84.
Mr Alexander, surgeon, i. 20.

Miss, iii. 355.
Deacon, Galashiels, vii. 96. “ Writers," (Attorneys), anecdote or

John Philip, Esq., ix. 351, 352 n. Sir Allan Maclean with, iii. 281. Woodhouselee, Lord, i. 59, 278; viii. to the Signet, apprentices of, i. 387.

101-182. “ WOODSTOCK, 3 vols,” Contracted Wyattville, Sir Jeffery, architect,

for in 1823. Progress of, viii. 199, ix. 14. 206-207, 213, 217-218, 23250, 265, Wynn, Right Hon. C. W., ix. 243. 314. Sale of, 316. Publication of in June 1826, 353; and reception,

Y 355. Critical remarks on, 355-356. Yair, seat of Mr. Pringle, ii. 190. Its success, 357.

Yarmouth, Lord, now Marquis of “ Woody-Morven," The, iv. 339. Hertford, v. 47. Wordsworth, William, Esq. visits Yarrow, river, ii. 189; iii. 6; v. 193.

Scott at Lasswade, ii. 160. Recep- Anecdotes of Mungo Park at, iii. tion, ib.; and excursions, 161-164. 195, 197

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