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LXXIV. Mr B. to Mr T. With How cruel are the

parents,and Mark yonder pomp of costly

fashion,"m esso ovocamera mancora...... 177

LXXV. Mr B. to Mr T. Thanks for Allan's designs,179

LXXVI. Mr T. to Mr B. Compliment concernaawa 180

LXXVII. Mr B. to My T. With an improvement in

Whistle and I'll come to you, my lad,"

O this is no my ain-lassie"-"Now spring

has clad the grove in green”_" O bonnie

was yon rosy brier_"'T'is Friendship's

pledge, my young, fair Friend,"coconoceso con 181

LXXVIII. Mr T. to Mr. B. Introducing Dr Brianton, 187

LXXIX. Mr B. to Mr T. “ Forlorn my love, no

, comfort near,"reposarannovenieroso 188

LXXX. Mr B. to Mr T. Last May a braw wooer

cam down the lang glen." Why, why

tell thy lover,” a fragment games.co..190

LXXXI. Mr T. to Mr Burmesenancomana............com.193

LXXXII. Mr T. to Mr B. (1796) After an awful

pause, mamaraan marecommanmaramibid.

LXXXIII. Mr B. to Mr T. Thanks for P. Pindar,

8.-" Hey for a lass wi' a tocher,"scron 194

LXXXIV. Mr T. to Mr B. Allan has designed some

plates for an octavo edition g.... .co.o. 196

LXXXV. 'Mr B. to Mr T. Afflicted by sickness, but

pleased with Mr Allan's etchings.........197

LXXXVI. Mr T. to Mr B. Sympathy-encourage-

ment, acaranasan aansowania samocromacom198
LXXXVII. Mr B. to Mr T. With Here's a health

to ane I lo'e dear,www.cana marecomanem.com199
LXXXVIII. Mr B. to Mr T. Introducing Mr Lewars

-Has taken a fancy to review his songs

hopes to recover,....m wanamamo...o m 200

LXXXIX. Mr B. to Mr T. Dreading the horrors of a

jail, solicits the advance of five pounds,
and encloses Fairest Maid on Deoon

banks,” romanomenevensson moscow

... 201

INDEX TO THE POETRY,

ACCORDING TO THE TITLES,

IN VOL. IV.

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ADDRESS to a Lady . . . .
Address to the Woodlark . ..
Address to the Tooth-ache
Address to W. Tytler, Esq.
Adieu to Ayrshire . . .
Afton Water . . . .
A Mother's 'Lament. ..
Anna, thy charms my Bosom Fire
Anna . . . . . . . .
A red, red Rose .
Auld lang Syne
Auld Rob Morris ..
A Vision . . .
Banks of Cree . .
Banks o' Doon
Bannockburn. .

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Battle of Sheriff Muir ..
Bess and her Spinning-wheel.
Birks of Aberfeldy .. . ..
Bonnie Bell . . . .
Braes o' Ballochmyle ..
Bruce to his Troops at Bannockburn
A variation of the same . .
Caledonia . . i , . .
Country Lassie . . . . .
Dainty Davie . . . . . .

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INDEX TO THE POETRY,

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ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF THE FIRST LINES.

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Adown winding Nith I did wander . . .
A rose-bud by my early walk . .. .
Ah ope, Lord Gregory, thy door! . .
An' O for ane and twenty, Tam! .
Ance mair I hail thee, thou gloomy December !
An honest man here lies at rest . .
Anna, thy charms my bosom fire . .
As down the burn they took their way .
As I stood by yon roofless tower . .
Awa wi' your witchcraft o' beauty's alarms
Behold the hour, the boat arrive . .
Blithe, blithe, and merry was she . .
Blithe hae I been on yon hill . . .
Bonnie wee thing, cannie wee thing. .
But lately seen in gladsome green . .
By Allan-stream I chanc'd to rove . .
Canst thou leave me thus, my Katy ? . .
Ca’ the yowes to the knows . . .
Clarinda, mistress of my soul . . .
Come, let me take thee to my breast
Contented wi' little, and cantie wi' mair
Deluded swain, the pleasure . .
Does haughty Gaul invasion threat. . .
Duncan Gray cam here to woo . . . .
J'airest maid on Devon banks. . . .

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