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Todlen hame
Tranent muir
Tune
your

fiddles .
Tweed side.
Up in the morning early.(Burns)
Waly, waly
What ails the lasses at me
What will I do gin my hoggie die (Burns)
When Maggie an' I was acquaint
Were na my heart light I wad die
Yestreen I had a pint o'wine (Burns)

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APPENDIX TO VOL. I.
Account of Jean Adam .

of James Tytler
of the Rev. John Skinner
of the late Joseph Ritson

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INDEX TO VOL. II.

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A mother's lament for the death of her son

(Burns) 188
A southland Jenny

157
A waukrife minnie

116
Andro wi' his cutty gun

149
As I cam down by yon castle wa’

169
Auld lang syne

127

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26 45 12 193 131 146

9 75 147 152 166 167

22 105 181 122 101 103

Auld Robin Gray
Beware o' bonnie Ann (Burns)
Blythe was she (Burns)
Bob o' Dumblane
Ca' the ewes to the knowes
Craigie-burn wood
Collier laddie
Duncan
Frae the friends and land I love
Hughie Graham
I do confess thou art sae fair (Burns)
I do confess thou’rt smooth and fair (Note)
I had a horse, and I had nae mair
I love

my

Jean (Burns)
It is na, Jean, thy bonie face (Burns)
John o' Badenyon
Johnie Cope
Johnie Coupe (Note)
Johny Faa, or the gipsy laddie
Kenneth
Killycrankie
Ladie Marie Ann .
The laird of Cockpen
Leader-haughs and Yarrow
Logan braes
Logan water (Note).
Louis what reck I by thee (Burns).
Luckie Nansie
Muirland Willie
Musing on the roaring ocean (Burns)
My bonnie Marie (Burns)
My Harry was a gallant gay (Burns)
My heart's in the highlands (Burns)
My tocher's the jewel (Burns)
O can ye labour lea, young man .
O for ane and twenty Tam (Burns)
O were I on Parnassus' hill (Burns)

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82 137 134 130

49 173 174 133 190 60 11 98 44 112 159

40 171 107

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O'er the moor amang the heather

174
Rattlin, roarin Willie

4
Tak
your
auld cloak about ye

1
Tibbie Dunbar

73
The bonnie banks of Ayr (Burns)

114
Tibbie I hae seen the day (Burns)

7
The bonny earle of Murray

156
The bonnie lass made the bed to me (Burns) 19
The bonie wee thing (Burns)

186
The blythesome bridal

35
The carl of Kellyburn-braes (Burns)

163
The ewie wi' the crookit horn.

141
The day returns, my bosom burns (Burns)

92
The flowers of the forest

67
The flowers of the forest (part II.)

71
The Gaberlunzie-man

94
The gardener wi' his paidle

90
The Highland character

46
The lazy mist (Burns)

100
The lovely lass of Inverness (Burns)

113
The smiling plains

64
The tears I shed must ever fall

184
Then guid wife count the lawin

161
There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame

(Burns) 161
There's a youth in the city (Burns)

108
This is no mine ain house

89
To daunton me

18
To the rose-bud

177
Tullochgorum

118
Up and warn a' Willie

29
Willie brew'd a peck o' maut (Burns)

135
Wha is that at my bower door (Burns)

182
When I upon thy bosom lean .

42
Where braving angry winter's storms (Burns) 5
Where wad bonie Annie lie

168
Woo'd and married an'a' .

53

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Woo'd and married an' a'
Yon wild mossy mountains (Burns)

179

Letter from Burns to William Tytler, Esq. of

Woodhouselee

194

FRAGMENTS,

The braes of Yarrow
Rob Roy
Bonnie Dundee
Young Hynhorn
Stanza of an old Song

196 199 202 204 207

212

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227

Watty and Meg
The Jolly Beggars; or, Love and Liberty:

Cantata, by Burns
Remarks on the Poem of · The Jolly Beggars,'

by Walter Scott, Esq.
Notes on The Jolly Beggars'

229 257

Procession

OF

CHAUCER'S PILGRIMS

TO CANTERBURY.

A PRINT,

FROM THE

WELL-KNOWN CABINET PICTURE, PAINTED

FROM THIS SUBJECT,

BY THOMAS STOTHARD, ESQ. R.A.

IS NOW ENGRAVING,

IN THE LINE MANNER,

BY LOUIS SCHIAVONETTI, ESQ. V. A.

The Picture is 3 feet 1 inch long, and 104 inches high. The Print will be executed exactly of the same size. The price of the Prints will be Three Guineas; Proof Impressions, Five Guineas. Gentlemen who wish to possess this Engraving, are requested to forward their address to Mr. Cromek, No. 64, Newman-street, London, where the etching may be seen; and as the number of Proof Impressions will be limited, an early application is indispensable.

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