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Portical Works of Robert Burns.
Address to the Deil . . . . . . 103 On Captain Matthew Henderson ...
| Tragic Fragment i . .
To James Smith .
Holy Willie's Prayer ... . .
1191 Epitaph on Holy Willie
To a Mouse.. .
Epistle to John Rankine
The First six Verses of the Ninetieth
To the Guidwife of Wauchope House
i On Pastoral Poetry
Sonnet, on Hearing a Thrush
The Vowels, a Tale :
Verses to John Rankine
1 On Sensibility
. . 169
the Banks of Nith
Verses on the Destruction of the Woods
near Drumlanrig . . . . . .
Ballad Second iche Election .
How Long and Dreary is the Night . . 206 Oh, Mally's meek, M
The Fete Champetre; •
My Heart is a-breaking, Dcar Tittie
Whistle and I'll Come to you, niy Lad •
214 | Diinty Davie...
Turn again, thou Fair Eliza . i . 218 | Saw yè my Philly ? . . . .
218 How Long and Dreary is the Ni
Could ought of Song . .
Adown winding Nith I did Wander . '
To thee, Loved Nith
The Weary Pund oʻTow';..'. 255 Dream
To Mr. Robert Muir, "Kilmarnock '.'.
To James Johnson, Editor of the “Scots