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on the same Subject by Stewart, 207.- Lindsay's Poem of the
• Complaint,' 210.- His Picture of the Venality of the Courtiers,
211.- Mismanagement of the young King's Education, 213.-
James V. assumes the Supreme Power, 214. - His Expedition
against the Border Thieves, 215. - Execution of Johnnie Arm.
strong, 216. — Remarks on this Event, 217. - Traditions which
remain in the Country regarding this Expedition, 218. - Lindsay
promoted to the office of Lord Lion, 219. — Its Nature and Anti-
quity, 220. — He writes the Complaint of the King's Papingo,'
221.- Its graceful Introduction, 222. —- Progress of the Poem,
224. - Disaster of the Papingo, 225. · Her dying Counsel to the
King, 226. – To her Brethren, the Courtiers, 227. — Character of
James IV., 228. — The Papingo's Adieu to Stirling, 229. – Her
Expostulation with her Executors, 230. — Attack upon the Cor.
ruptions of the Church, 231. — Death of the Papingo, 232.— Her
last Legacy, and conduct of her Executors, 233. — Lindsay's
Mission to Brussels in 1531, 234. — His Marriage, 235.- His
• Satire of the Three Estates,' 235. -- Early Scottish Stage, 236.
- Remarks on this Primitive Drama, 237. — The same Subject
continued, 238. - Prologue and First Part, 239. - Second Part:
Avarice of the Clergy, 240. - Dialogue between the Spiritual
Estate and Correction, 241. – Consistory Courts; their Abuses,
242. -- John Commonweill dressed in a New Suit, 243. - Conclu.
sion of the Piece, 244. - Manner of its Performance, 245,-
James V. disposed at first to favour the Reformation of the
Church, 246. — Lindsay's Mission to the Court of France in 1536,
247.-James pays a Visit to that Country: his splendid reception
at the Palace of Vendosme, 248. — His meeting with Francis I:
falls in love with Princess Magdalen, 249. — Marries her, 250.
Conveys her to Scotland, 251.- Her sudden Death, 252. — Lind.
say writes his ‘Deploration for the Death of Queen Magdalen,'
253. — Criticism on this Poem, 254. - Lindsay's deep Enmity to
the Romanist Religion, 255. — Remarks on the Scottish Refor-
mation, 256. - James V. marries Mary of Guise, 257. - - Lindsay's
splendid Pageants, 257. -- Justing between Watson and Barbour,
258. — Answer to the King's 'Flyting,' 259. – Digression on the
Poetical Talents of James V., 260. — Anecdotes of James V., 261.
- Lindsay's Satire against Side-Tails, 263. — And “Mussal'd
Faces,' 264. — His Tragedy of. The Cardinal,' 265.- Remarks on
the Murder of Beaton, 266. — History of Squire Meldrum, 267.-
Value of this poem as a Picture of Manners; Quotations, 268.-
Authenticity of the Story; Sack of Carrickfergus, 269. - Ad-
venture with the Irish Lady, 270. – Meldrum arrives in Brittany;

SCOTTISH WORTHIES:

PATRICK FRASER TYTLER, ESQ.,

F.R.S. AND F.S.A.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

MDCCCXXXIII.

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