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Copy of a Poetical Address to Mr. William Tytler ...

Sketch-New Year's Day .........

Extempore, on the late Mr. William Smellie ........

Poetical Inscription for an Altar to Independence. ..

Sonnet, on the Death of Robert Riddel, Esq. ........

Monody on a Lady famed for her Caprice ..........

Impromptu, on Mrs. - 's Birth-day ...........

To Miss Jessy L- , Dumfries; with Books which

the Bard presented her.........................

Sonnet, written on the 25th of January, 1793, the Birth-

day of the Author .............................

Extempore, to Mr. S**e, on Refusing to dine with him

To Mr. S**e, with a present of a Dozen of Porter.....

Poem, addressed to Mr. Mitchell, Collector of Excise,

Dumfries ...............:

Sent to a Gentleman whom he had offended ..........

Poem on Life, addressed to Col. De Peyster.........

To Robert Graham, Esq. on Receiving a Favour ......

Epitaph on a Friend ........

A Grace before Dinner .........

A Verse on Taking Leave at a Place in the Highlands..

Inscription to the Memory of Fergusson ..

Answer to Verses addressed to the Poet by the Guid-

wife of Wauchope-house ........

Elegy on the year 1788. A Sketch ......

Verses written at a time when the Poet was about to

leave Scotland ......

Delia. An Ode .........

On the Death of Sir James Hunter Blair .....

Written on the blank Leaf of a Copy of the Poems, pre-

sented to an old Sweetheart, then married .......

The Kirk's Alarm. A Satire .................

The Twa Herds ......

The Henpecked Husband........

Epitaph on a Henpecked Country Squire .....

Epigram on said occasion ....

Another.......

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Address to an illegitimate Child ...

Verses written on a Window of the Inn at Carron

Epigram on the Author's Treatment at an Inn .....

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Lines written to John Ranken, while the Poet was on

his Death-bed............

Verses to the above J. Ranken .........

Extempore at a Meeting of the Dumfriesshire Volun-

teers...............

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Written on a Pane of Glass in the Inn at Moffat .......

On Miss J. Scott, of Ayr ..........

Answer to a Poetical Epistle sent the Author by a Tailor

Letter to John Goudie on the Publication of his Essays

Letter to J-s T-t, Gl-nc-r .......

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Extempore Lines in a Lady's Pocket-book ...............

Extempore Lines in Answer to a Card .......

Lines written and presented to Mrs. Kemble, on Seeing

her in the Character of Yarico .........

Lines written on Windows of the Globe Tavern, Dum-

fries................

Lines written on a Window at the King's Arms Tavern,

Dumfries............

Lines written under the Picture of the celebrated

Miss Burns........

SONGS.

The Lass o' Ballochmyle .........................................

Naebody ...............................................
Song of Death .............

My ain kind Dearie 0 ...........

My Wife's a winsome wee Thing ...........................

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Auld Rob Morris ..................

Duncan Gray ...................

O Poortith ...........................................................

Galla Water.........................................

Lord Gregory ..............................................

Wandering Willie ..............

Open the Door to me, Oh..............

Jessie ..............

Meg o' the Mill .......................................

Braes ....................................................

There was a Lass .......................................
Phillis the Fair i ..............................................

H ad I a Caye . .............................................

By Allan Stream .................

Whistle, and I'll come to you, my Lad....................

Deluded Swain ..........

Thine am I ............

Husband, Husband, cease your Strife .......................

Wilt thou be my Dearie.........

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Banks of Cree .......

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On the Seas and far away ...............

Hark! the Mavis .............

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She says she lo'es me best of a' .............

How lang and dreary .........

The Lover's Morning Salute to his Mistress .

But lately seen ..........

Lassie wi' the lint-white Locks ..........

Farewell, thou Stream .............

Contented wi' little ...............

My Nannie's awa ......................................

Sweet fa's the Eve ..........

0, Lassie, art thou sleeping yet

Her Answer .........

Address to the Wood-lark ........................

Groves o' sweet Myrtle ...........

'Twasna her bonnie blue Ee..................

Mark yonder Pomp .............

I see a Form, I see a Face ........................

O, bonnie was yon rosy Brier .....................

Forlorn, my Love ...........

Last May a braw Wooer ...........

Hey for a Lass wi' a Tocher................

Altho' thou maun never be mine .....................

Full well thou know'st ..................................

The Birks of Aberfeldy ................................

Stay, my Charmer ..............................

Thickest Night.............

The young Highland Rover .... .........

Raving Winds around her blowing ......................

Musing on the roaring Ocean ............................

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Blithe was she ..............

A Rose-bud by my early Walk .............

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Where, braving angry Winter's Storms ..................

Tibbie, I hae seen the Day ..........

The Day returns, my Bosom burns........................

The lazy Mist ...................

0, were I on Parnassus' Hill ................................

I love my Jean .........................

The Braes of Ballochmyle..................................

Willie brew'd a Peck o' Maut.......

The blue-ey'd Lassie ...............

The Banks of Nith .......................................

John Anderson my jo ....................................

Tam Glen....

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O meikle ..........

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Gane is the Day.........

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What can a young Lassie do wi' an auld Man........ 110

The bonnie wee Thing...........

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0, for Ane and Twenty, Tam...........

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Bess and her Spinning Wheel ..........

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Country Lassie....................................................

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Fair Eliza ...............

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0, Luve will venture in.....................................

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The Banks o' Doon...........

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Sic a Wife as Willie had ..................................... 117

Gloomy December ...............................................

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Behold the Hour .............................................

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She's fair and fause ............

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Flow gently, sweet Afton .....................................

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Bonnie Bell .......................................................

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Louis, what reck I by thee ................................. 122

For the sake o' Somebody ..................................

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The lovely Lass of Inverness ................................

123

O May, thy Morn ............

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0, wat ye wha's in yon Town ................................ 124

A red, red Rose....................................

A Vision .......................................................... 126

Nae gentle Dames ..............

Oh, wert thou in the cauld Blast............................

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Jockey's ta’en the parting Kiss .............................

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My Peggy's Face.................

Up in the Morning early ...........

I dream'd I lay where Flowers were springing...........

Beware, O bonnie Ann ..........

My Bonnie Mary.............

There's a Youth in this City .................................

My Heart's in the Highlands ...........................

The rantin Dog the Daddie o't .........................

I do confess thou art sae fair................................

Yon wild mossy Mountains ..................................

Wha is that at my Bower Door..............................

Tho' cruel Fate ................**

Fare thee weel.......

The bonnie Blink o' Mary's Ee...........................

The bonnie Lad that's far awa ......

Out over the Forth.............................................

The gowden Locks of Anna ..................................

The Deil's awa wi' the Exciseman ..........................

Banks of Devon...

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Blithe hae I been on yon Hill .............

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Fragment...................

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Adown winding Nith ........................................ 145

Come, let me take thee.............

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Thou hast left me ever, Jamie.................

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Where are the Joys........................................

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0, saw ye my Dear............

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Let not Woman e'er complain ................................... 148

My Chloris ...............

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Charming Month of May .....................................

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O Philly .........................................

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Canst thou leave me thus .....................................

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Can I cease to care ............

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Extempore in the Court of Session ...................... 154

John Barleycorn.........................................

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A Fragment ......................

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It was upon a Lammas night ................

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Now westlin winds, and slaught'rin guns..................

Behind yon hills where Lugar flows........................

Green grow the Rashes .........................................

Again rejoicing nature sees ..............

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The gloomy night is gath’ring fast ............................

From thee, Eliza, I must go ..................................

The Farewell ...........

No churchman am I for to rail and to write .............

Highland Mary..................................

Auld Lang Syne....................................................

Bannockburn .................

For a' that and a' that ......................................

Dainty Davie .............

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How cruel are the Parents ...................................

To Mr. Cunningham .........

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Why, why tell thy Lover ...........................................

Clarinda ..................

The gallant Weaver ..................................

Caledonia ............................................................

On the Battle of Sheriff-Muir

The Dumfries Volunteers ..............

0, wha is she that lo’es me ............

Written in a Wrapper .................

The Dean of Faculty ...................

0, once I lov'd a bonnie Lass.................................

I'll aye ca' in by yon Town ...................................

Whistle o'er the Lave o't......................................

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