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FROM THE PRESS OF C. WHITTINGHAM,
Copy of a Poetical Address to Mr. William Tytler ... 9
Sketch--New Year's Day
Extempore, on the late Mr. William Smellie...
Poetical Inscription for an Altar to Independence. 12
Sonnet, on the Death of Robert Riddel, Esq.
Monudy 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 17
To Mr. S**e, with a present of a Dozen of Porter... 17
Poem, addressed to Mr. Mitchell, Collector of Excise,
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.. 22
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
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
Address to an illegitimate Child .
Verses written on a Window of the Inn at Carron,
Epigram on the Author's Treatment at an Inn
Lines written to John Ranken, while the Poet was on
Verses to the above J. Ranken
Extempore at a Meeting of the Dumfriesshire Volun-
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 42
Letter to John Goudie on the Publication of his Essays 45
Letter to J-s T-t, Gl-nc-r
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-
Lines written on a Window at the King's Arms Tavern,
Lines written under the Picture of the celebrated
Miss Burns ......
The Lass o' Ballochmyle .
Song of Death
My ain kind Dearie 0
My Wife's a winsome wee Thing
Auld Rob Morris
Open the Door to me, Oh.....
Meg o' the Mill
There was a Lass
Phillis the Fair
Had I a Cave
By Allan Stream ........
Whistle, and I'll come to you, my Lad.
Thine am I
Husband, Husband, cease your Strife
Wilt thou be my Dearie..