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To the Guid Wife of Warchope House
The Two Lawyers
Lines over Chimney Piece at Kenmore
Lines written at Fall of Fyers ·
The Humble Petition of Bruar Water
Castle Gordon-
On Scaring some Waterfowl at Lochturit
On the Death of Sir James Hunter Blair
Lines written on the Blank Leaf of his Poems
To the Ruins of Lincluden Abbey
Mrs. Fergusson's Lament for the Death of her Son
Remorse
The Fete Champetre
Written in Friar's Carse Hermitage
Sketch-New Year's Day-
Elegy on Captain Matthew Henderson
The Epitaph
Tam O’Shanter
To Dr. Blacklock
Lament of Mary Queen of Scots
Elegy on Miss Burnet
Lament for James, Earl of Glencairn
Address to the Shade of Thomson
On Sensibility
Sonnet on Hearing a Thrush Sing-
A Vision
Verses on the Destruction of Drumlanrig Woods
To a Kiss
The Hermit
First Epistle to R. Graham, Esq., of Fintry -
Second Epistle to R. Graham, Esq., of Fintry

Third Epistle to R. Graham, Esq., p 52
Fourth Epistle to R. Graham, Esq., of Fintry
Epistle to Hugh Parker
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SONGS,

My Handsome Nell
The Lass o' Ballochmyle
Song of Death
I Dreamed I lay where Flowers were springing
My Bonnie Mary
My Heart's in the Highlands
To the Owl
M'Pherson's Farewell -
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O Poortith
Galla Water
Lord Gregory
Open the Door to me, Oh !
Jessie
Wandering Willie
Logan Braes
There was a Lass
Phillis the Fair
By Allan Stream
Had I a Cave
Whistle, and I ll come to you, my Lad
Here is the Glen
On the Seas and far away
Hark the Mavis
She says She lo'es me best of a'
The Lover's Morning Salute to his Mistress
Lassie wi' the Lintwhite Locks
The Auld Man
Farewell thou Stream
My Nannie's Awa
Sweet Fa's the Eve
Song
Address to the Woodlark
How Cruel are the Parents
Mark yonder Pomp
The Birks of Aberfeldy
To Mary
Strathallan's Lament
Raving Winds around her Blowing
Musing on the Roaring Ocean
Blithe was She
The Lazy Mist
A Rose-bud by my Early Walk
The Blissful Day
The Braes of Ballochmyle
John Anderson, my Jo
Tam Glen
The Banks of Nith
Bessy and her Spinning Wheel
Country Lassie
The Banks O'Doon
Behold the Hour.
Afton Water --
The Posie
Streams that Glide
Farewell to Eliza
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Thou hast left me ever, Jamie
My Chloris
Now Westlin Winds
The Author's Farewell to his Native Country
And Maun I still on Menie doat
Highland Mary
Auld Lang Syne -
For A' That, and A' That
To Mr. Cunningham
A Red, Red Rose
O, Wat ye Wha's in yon Town
A Vision
O Wert thou in the cauld blast.
The Highland Lassie
Peggy's Charms
A Prayer for Mary
Young Peggy
Mary Morison
The Sodger's Return
The Chevalier's Lament
It is na, Jean, thy Bonnie Face
The Banks of the Devon
Shelah O'Neil
O Tibbie I ha'e seen the day
On Cessnock Banks
Up in the Morning Early
The Captain's Lady
Johnny Peep
Of a' the Airts the wind can Blair
My Wife's a Winsome wee Thing
O Philly
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Constitutions, Communism, Capital,

Land, and Labour.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

A publication of rare merit-full of life and interest-of good sense and high principle, moral, religious, and political -- deals with facts.--Record.

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