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X. DR. BLACKLOCK TO THE Rev. G.

LAWRIE. Encouraging the Bard to
visit Edinburgh, and print a new edition

of his poems there, . . . . 37
XI. FROM SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD, 40
XII. FROM

o 22d Dec. 1786.
Advice to the Bard, how to conduct bim-

self in Edinburgh, . . . 42
XIII. TO MR. CHALMERS. 27th Dec, 1786.

Praise of Miss Burnet of Monboddo, 44

XIV. TO THE EARL OF EGLINTON. Jan.

· 1787. Thanks for his patronage, . .. 46

XV. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 15th Jan. 1787.

Account of bis situation in Edinburgh, 48

XVI. TO DR. MOORE. 1787. Grateful ac-

knowledgments of Dr. M.'s notice of him
in his letters to Mrs. Dunlop, . . 52

XVII. FROM DR. MOORE, 23d Jan. 1787.

In answer to the foregoing, and inclosing .
a sonnet on the Bard by Miss Williams, 54

XVIII. TO DR. MOORE 15th Feb. 1787. In

reply, · · · · · · 57
XIX. FROM DR. MOORE. 28th Feb. 1787.

Sends the Bard a present of bis View of
Society and Manners, &c.” . . 59

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XX. TO THE EARL OF GLENCAIRN.

1787. Grateful acknowledgment of

kindness, · · · · · 62
XXI. TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN. In

reply to a letter of advice, · · 64
XXII. Extract, concerning the Monument erected

for Fergusson by our Poet, . . 66
XXIII. TO — Accompanying the foregoing, 68
XXIV. EXTRACT, FROM —. 8th March,

1787. Good advice, . . . 70
XXV. TO MRs. DUNLOP. 22d March,

1787. Respecting his prospects on leav-
ing Edinburgh, ·

· 74
XXVI. TO THE SAME. 15th April, 1787.
On the same subject, ·

77
XXVII. TO DR. MOORE. 23d April, 1787. -

On the same subject, . . . 79
XXVIII. EXTRACT, TO MRS. DUNLOP. 30th

April. Reply to Criticisms, . 81
XXIX. TO THE Rev. DR. BLAIR. 3d May.

Written on leaving Edinburgh. Thanks

for bis kindness, . . . : 82
XXX. FROM DR. BLAIR. 4th May. In

reply to the preceding, · · · 84
XXXI. FROM DR. MOORE. 23d May, 1787.
Criticism and good advice, . . 88

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XXXII. FROM MR. JOHN HUTCHINSON.

14th June. Account of the reception

of our Bard's poems in Jamaica, 92
XXXIII. TO MR. WALKER, at BLAIR of

ATHOLE. Inclosing the Humble
Petition of Bruar-water to the Duke

of Athole, . . . . . 94
XXXIV. TO MR. G. BURNS. 17th Sept.

Account of his tour through the High-

lands, . . . . . 96
XXXV. FROM MR. W- 13th Sept.

In reply to No. XXXIII, . : 99

XXXVI. FROM MR.

A M , 6th Oct.
A poetical letter, requesting leave to

print his poems in America, . 104
XXXVII. FROM MR. RAMSAY, of OCHTER-

TYRE. 22d Oct. Inclosing Latin
Inscriptions with Translations, and

the Tale of Omeron Cameron, . 107
XXXVIII, MR. RAMSAY TO the Rev. W.

YOUNG. 22d Oct. Introducing

our Poet, . . . . . 115.
XXXIX. MR. RAMSAY TO DR. BLACK-

LOCK. 27th October. Anecdotes of

Scottish songs for our Poet, . . 120
XL. FROM MR JOHN MURDOCH, in

LONDON. 28th Oct. In answer
to No. V. . . . . 122

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XLI. FROM MR. Gordon Castle,

31st Oct. 1787. Acknowledging a song

sent to Lady Charlotte Gordon, . 125
XLII. FROM THE Rev. J. SKINNER.

14th Nov. 1787. Some account of
Scottish poems, ·

· 127
XLIII. FROM MRS. - 30th Nov. In-

closing Erse songs, with the music, 132

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XLIV. TO — DALRYMPLE, Esq. Con-

gratulation on bis becoming a poet.
Praise of Lord Glencairn, .

135

XLV. TO MRS. DUNLOP, 21st Jan. 1788.

Written on recovery from sickness, .

137

XLVI. EXTRACT TO THE SAME. 12th

Feb. 1788. Defence of himself, .

139

XLVII. TO A LADY. 7th March, 1788. Who

bad heard that he had ridiculed ber,

140

XLVIII. TO MR. CLEGHORN. 31st March.

Mentioning bis having composed the
first stanza of the Chevalier's Lament, 142

XLIX. FROM MR. CLEGHORN. 27th Ap.

In reply to the above. The Chevalier's
Lament in full, in a Note, . .

144

L. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 28th April.-

Giving an account of his prospects,

147

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LI. FROM THE Rev. J. SKINNER. 28th

April. 1788. Enclosing two songs, one
by himself, the other by a Bucban plough-
man; the songs printed at large, .' 149

LII. TO PROFESSOR D. STEWART. 3d.

May. Thanks for his friendship, 156

LIII. EXTRACT, TO MRS, DUNLOP. 4th

May. Remarks on Dryden's Virgil, and

Pope's Odyssey, . . 157
LIV. TO THE SAME. 27th May. General

Reflætions, . . . . 159

LV. TO THE SAME, at Mr. DUNLOP's,

Haddington. 13th June, 1788. Account
of his Marriage, . . . .

162

LVI. TO MR. P. HILL. With a present of
cheese, ·

165

LVII. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 2d August, 1788.

With lines on a hermitage, . .. 170

LVIII. TO THE SAME. 10th August. Far-

ther account of his marriage, . .

174

LIX. TO THE SAME. 16th August. Reflec-

tions on human life, · · · ·

177

LX. TO R. GRAHAM, of FINTRY, Esq.

A petition in verse for a situation in the
Excise, · · · · · · 181

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