The Complete Poetical Works of Robert Burns

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D. Appleton, 1870 - 612 páginas
 

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Talk not to me of savages 331
168
O Tibbie I hae seen the day 423
171
Hail Poesie thou nymph reserved
177
Auld chuckie Reekies sair distrest
180
Fragment inscribed to the Right Hon C J Fox 184
184
No more of your guests be they titled or not 338
187
Remorse A Fragment
190
Thou dread Power who reignst above
196
A Prayer under the pressure of violent anguish
197
The wintry west extends his blast
202
Man was made to mourn A Dirge
203
The Lament occasioned by the unfortunate issue of a Friends amour
211
The wind blew hollow frae the hills
213
EPISTLES
218
To the same
228
To Mr William Tytler
238
Humid seal of soft affections 601
239
To John Goudie Kilmarnock 215
245
To a Tailor
252
VAuld comrade dear and brither sinner
256
To a Gentleman who had sent him a Newspaper and offered to continue
258
hold it sir my bounden duty
263
Thee Caledonia thy wild heaths among 182
269
lang bae thought my youthfu friend
271
To the Rev John M Math
274
To a Gentleman whom he had offended
280
Beauteous rosebud young and gay
282
The IIoly Fair
286
The Ordination
293
Below thir stanes lie Jamies banes 343
311
ELEGIES
313
Sad thy tale thou idle page 315 330
315
Tam Samsons Elegy
320
Elegy on the Death of Robert Ruisseaus
326
murder hate by field or flood
328
Edina Scotias darling seat 146
330
Searching auld wives barrels
336
EPITAPHS
340
Sensibility how charming 271
345
Auld lang syne
348
When the druins do beat 542
351
Blythe was she
355
PegaRamsay 573
356
Jockeys taen the parting kiss 429
359
Phillis the fair 465
364
Bonnie Ann 431
370
Bonnie Mary
376
Ken ye aught o Captain Grose
379
Bonnie Peg 444
386
Sensibility how charming 547
390
Ledy Mary
392
Eppie Adair 514
397
Ye banks and braes and streams arounů
400
Adieu a heartwarm fond adieu
403
Oh raging Fortunes withering blast 505
413
The braes o Ballochmyle 413
449
Fairest maid on Devon banks
451
The cooper o Cuddie cam bere awa 562
455
V Ca the yowes to the knowes 875
456
Fate yave the word the arrow sped
460
My tochers the jewel
464
Galla Water
467
Adown winding Nith I did wander
469
Canst thou leave me thus my Katy
477
How cruel are the parents
478
Ob wert tbou in the cauld blast
479
Heres a health to ane I loe dear
480
The lazy mist hangs from the brow of the hill
483
Oh were my love yon lilac fair 434
489
How lang and dreary is the night
492
The lovely lass o Inverness 393
493
Oh wha my baby clouts will buy 440
499
Heres a health to them thats awa
506
The Ploughman 507 530
507
Theres braw braw lads on Yarrow braes 467
509
If thou should ask my love
510
On peace and rest my mind was bent
513
420
517
hae a wife o my
520
The sons of old Killie
530
418
531
see a form I see a face
534
The tailor
539
The captains lady 512 562
542
Heres his health in water 567
546
See the smoking bowl before us 523
547
The Thames flows proudly to the sca 437
549
The Vision 426
550
The car lin
556
Up wi the carles o Dysart
558
Come down the back stairs 582
560
had a pint o wine 352
561
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562
The bairns gat out wi an unco shont 514
564
To Mary in heaven 401
566
Behind yon hills where Lugar flows 432
573
Oh ken ye what Meg o the mill has gotten 447
574
Wi braw new branks in mickle pride
576
Written in FriarsCarse Hermitage on the banks of the Nith from the
581
Come boat me oer come row me oer 538
582
Fintray my stay in worldly strife 553 325
588
The Kirks Aların second version 594 558
591
With Pegasus upon a day
593
Wae is my heart and the tear s in my ee 500 536
600
To a Kiss
601
Whoeer he be that sojourns here 329
602
On the death of his Daughter
607
Thou whom chance may hither lead another version 216
609
Sing on sweet thrush upon the leafless bough 158
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