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CXIII. TO DR. MOORE. 28th Feb. 1791.

Inclosing Tam o'Shanter, fc. 347

CXIV. FROM DR. MOORE. 29th March.

With remarks on Tam oʻShanter, &c. 351

CXV. TO THE Rev. A. ALISON. 14th Feb.

Acknowledging his present of the Es-
says on the Principles of Taste," with
remarks on the book,

355

CXVI. TO MR. CUNNINGHAM. 12th

March. With a Jacobite song, &c.

357.

CXVII. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 11th April.

Comparison between female attractions
in high and in humble life,

360
CXVIII. TO MR. CUNNINGHAM.
.

11tb
June. Requesting bis interest for an
oppressed friend,

363

CXIX. FROM THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

17th June 1791. Inviting over our
Bard to the Coronation of the Bust of
Thomson on Ednam Hill,

366

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CXX. TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

In reply,

368

CXXI. FROM THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

16th Sept. 1791. Proposing a subject
for our poet's muse,

370

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CXXII. TO LADY E. CUNNINGHAM.

Inclosing The Lament for James
Earl of Glencairn,

372
CXXIII. TO MR. AINSLIE. State of bis
Mind after Inebriation,

374

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CXXIV. FROM SIR JOHN WHITEFOORD.

16th Oct. Thanks for The Lament
on James Earl of Glencairn," 376

CXXV. FROM A. F. TYTLER, Esa. 27th

Nov. 1791. Criticism on the Wbis-
tle and the Lament,

378

CXXVI. TO Miss DAVIES. Apology for

neglecting her commands-moral re-
flections,

382

CXXVII. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 17th Dec. In-

closing The Song of Death.385

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CXXVIII. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 5th Jan. 1792.

Acknowledging the present of a Cup, 388

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CXXIX. TO MR. WM. SMELLIE. 220

Jan. Introducing Mrs. Riddel, 390
CXXX. TO MR. W. NICOL. 20th Feb.
Ironical thanks for Advice.

393

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CXXXI. TO MR. CUNNINGHAM. 3d

March 1792. Commissions his arms
to be cut on a Seal-moral reflections. 396

CXXXII.
No.

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CXXXII. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 22d August.

Account of his meeting with Miss
LB and inclosing a Song on
ber,

399

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CXXXIII. TO MR. CUNNINGHAM. 10tb

Sept. Wild Apostrophe to a Spirit! 403

24th Sept.

CXXXIV. TO MRS. DUNLOP.

Account of his family,

410

CXXXV. TO MRS. DUNLOP.

Letter of
Condolence under Affliction,

413

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CXXXVI. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 6th Dec. 1792.

With a poem entitled The Rights of
Woman."

415

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CXXXVII. TO Miss B ***** of YORK.

21st March 1793. Letter of friend-
ship,

420

CXXXVIII. TO Miss C****. August 1793.

Character and temperament of a poet, 422

CXXXIX. TO JOHN M'MURDO, Esq. Dec.

1793. Repaying money,

425

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CXL.

TO MRS. R *****. Advising her

what play to bespeak at the Dumfries
Theatre,

427

CXLI. TO A LADY, in favor of a Player's

Benefit,

429

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CXLII EXTRACT TO MR.

1794.
On his Prospects in the Excise, 431

CXLIII. TO MRS.

433

CXLIV. TO THE SAME. Describes bis me-

lancholy feelings,

.

435.

CXLV. TO THE SAME. Lending Werter, 437

CXLVI. TO THE SAME. On a return of
interrupted friendship,

438

CXLVII. TO THE SAME. On a temporary
Estrangement,

439

CXLVIII. TO JOHN SYME, Esq. Reflections

on the happiness of Mr. O

441

CXLIX. TO MISS

Requesting the
return of MSS. lent to a deceased
friend,

443

CL. TO MR. CUNNINGHAM. 25th

Feb: 1794. Melancholy reflections-
cheering prospects of a happier world, 446

CLI. TO MRS.

Supposed to be
written from The dead to the living.450

CLII. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 15th Dec.

1795. Reflections on the situation of
bis family if he should die-praise of
tbe poem entitled The Task.453

CLIII.

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CLIII. TO THE SAME, in LONDON.
20th Dec. 1795,

459

CLIV. TO MRS.

20tb Jan. 1796.
Thanks for the Travels of Anacharsis, 463

CLV. TO MRS. DUNLOP 31st Jan.

1796. Account of the Death of bis
Daughter, and of his own ill health, 464 -

CLVI. TO MRS. R*****. 4th June 1796.

Apology for not going to the birth-
night assembly,

466

CLVII. TO MR. CUNNINGHAM. 7th

July 1796. Account of his illness
and of his poverty-anticipation of
bis Death,

467

CLVIII. TO MRS. BURNS.-Sea-bathing
affords little relief,

470-

.

CLIX. TO MRS. DUNLOP. 12th July 1796.

Last farewell,

471.

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