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Ayton, SIR ROBERT (1570–1638),

66 CRAWFORD), ROBERT (1890–1733),

13:

On Woman's Inconstancy,

67 The Bush aboon Traquair,

13

The Answer,

67 One Day I heard Mary,

13.

Inconstancy Reproved,

68 Leader Haughs and Yarrow,

18

Song--What means this Strangeness? 68 Tweedside,

13

My Dearie, if thou Dee,

13

ANCRUM, EARL OF (1578–1654),

68 Doun the Burn, Davie,

13

Praise of a Solitary Life, .

69 When Summer comes,

1:

1:

STIRLING, Earl oF (1580-1640),

Peggy, I must Love thee,

70

Song-0 would to God!

71 Ross, ALEXANDER (1899–1784),

1:

A Speech of Coelia,

72 The Rock and the Wee Pickle Tow, 1:

Sonnet-I swear, Aurora,

72 They say that Jockey,

1:

Woo'd and Married and a',

DRUMMOND, WILLIAM (1585–1649),

73

What ails the Lasses at me?

1

Che River of Forth Feasting (extract), 75 The Braes of Flaviana,

Song-Phoebus, Arise!

76

Dedication of a Church,

77 BLAIR, ROBERT (1690–1746),

1

Sonnets,

77

The Grave,

Johnston, ARTHUR (1587-1641),

78

Thomson, JAMES (1700—1748),

The Seasons (extracts),

Caskieben,

79

Hymn of the Seasons, .

CHARLES THE FIRST (1000–1619),

80 The Castle of Indolence (extract),

Majesty in Misery, .

81 To the Memory of Mr. Congreve, .

On a Quiet Conscience,

81

Tell

thou Soul,

For ever, Fortune,

SEMPILL, FRANCIS (1606–1680?),

81 Hard is the Fate,

The Blythsome Bridal,

83 Rule Britannia,

She Rose and Loot me in,

Against the Crusades,

Maggie Lauder,. .

84

MALLET, David (1700–1765),

MONTROSE, MARQUIS OF (1612–1650),

84

William and Margaret,

My dear and only Love,

86

The Birks of Invermay,

On the Execution of Charles I.,

87

A Funeral Hymn,

As Sylvia in a Forest lay,

MACDONALD, JOHN (1820 ?- 1700),

87 A Youth adorned with every Art,

The Death of Glengarry, .

88 Ye Woods and ye Mountains,

On Crowning Charles II.,

89

The Battle of Inverlochy extract),

MACDONALD, ALEXANDER (1701–1780),

89

The Lion of Macdonald,

BAILLIE, LADY GRIZZEL (1665–1746),.

Address to the Morning, .

Were na my Heart Light,

HAMILTON, William, of Bangour (1704–1754),

O the Ewe-buchting's bonnie,

The Braes of Yarrow, .

HAMILTON, WM., of Gilbertfield (1665 ? - 1751), 92

To the Countess of Eglinton,

Willie was a Wanton Wag,

The Maid of Gallowshiels (extract),

93

Epistles to Allan Ramsay,

Why hangs that Cloud?

93

Ah, the poor Shepherd,

WARDLAW, LADY (1670-1727),

96 Strephon's Picture,

Hardyknute, .

97 Ye Shepherds and Nymphs,

Alas! the Sunny Hours are past,

CLERK, Sir JOHN (1680–1755),

100

Ye Shepherds of this Pleasant Vale,

The Miller,

101

ARMSTRONG, JOHN (1709-1779),

RAMSAY, ALLAN (1686–1757),..

101 The Art of Preserving Health (extracts),

The Gentle Shepherd, .

105

COCKBURN, MRS. ALISON (1712–1794),

The Vision,

128

The Flowers of the Forest,

Lochaber no More, .

131 |

The Last Time I came o'er the Moor, 132 MACKAY, ROBERT (1714-1778),.

The Lass of Patie's Mill,

The Song of Winter,

Bessie Bell and Mary Gray, .

132 Home Sickness, .

The Yellow-hair'd Laddie,

133 Disappointed Lora,

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BUCHANAN, DIGALD (1716–1768),

183 OGILVIE, JOHN (1733–1814),

The Skull,

185 Providence (extract),

The Dream,

186 Hymn--Begin, my Soul, .

SKIRTING, ADAM (1719–1903),

187 MICKLE, WILLIAM JULIUS (1734–1784),

188

Cumpor Hall,

189 The Prophecy of Queen Emma,

There's nae Luck about the House,

Wilson, JOHN (1722–1789),

189 The Lusiad (extract), ·

The Clyde (extracts),

190

BEATTIE, JAMES (1735–1803),

SKINNER, JOHN (1721-1907),..

192 The Minstrel,

Tullochgorum,

193 Retirement,

The Ewie wi' the Crookit Horn,

194 The Hermit,

A Song on the Times,

195 Could Aught of Song,

John o' Badenyon, .

196

GEDDES, ALEXANDER (1737–1802),

The Stipendless Parson,

197

The Man of Ross,

The Wee Wifukie, .

197

Lewis Gordon,

BLACKLOCK, THOMAS (1721–1791),

198

MACPHERSON, JAMES (1738-1796),

Ode to Aurora,

Oina-Morul,

Absence,

199

The Songs of Selma,

Beneath a Green Shade,

200

Address to the Sun,

The Wedding-day,

200

The Desolation of Balclutha,

Anna,

201

Address to the Moon,

Importance of Farly Piety,

201

Fingal's Airy Hall, .

Terrors of a Guilty Conscience,

201

Colna-Dona,

SHOLLETT, TOBIAS GEORGE (1721–1771), 201

Ossian's Song of Sorrow,

The Cave, .

The Tears of Scotland,

203

Ode to Independence,

204 MUIRHEAD, JAMES (1742–1806)

Thy Fatal Shafts,

205 Bess the Gawkie,

Blue-eyed Anne,

205

When Sappho tun'd,

205 Hunter, Mrs. John (1742–1821),

Ode to Leven Water,

206

The Lot of Thousands,

The Ocean Grave,

Elliot, Sir GILBERT (1722–1777),..

206 Oh, Tuneful Voice, .

Amynta,

207 Adieu, ye Streams,.

'Twas at the Hour,

207

To-morrow,

To my Daughter,

Hour, John (1722–1808),....

208

My Mother bids me,

Douglas,

209 The Indian Death-song,

MACINTTRE, DUNCAN (1721–1812),

227 MACKENZIE, HENRY (1745-1831),

The Bard to his Musket, .

228

The Pursuits of Happiness,

Mary, the young, the fair-hair'd, 229 The Spanish Father (act i.), .

The Glen of the Mist, .

The Last Adieu to the Hills,

BRUCE, MICHAEL (1746–1707),

231

Lochleven,

LAPRAIK, JOHN (1727-1907),

232

Sir James the Ross,

Matrimonial Happiness,

232 Elegy to Spring,

To a Fountain,

EI LIOT, Miss Jane (1727–1805),

233 Danish Ode,

The Flowers of the Forest,

233 Sweet Fragrant Bower,

The Wish,

MACLAGGAN, JAMES (1728-1905),

234

The Adieu,

Song of the Royal Highland Regiment, . 234 Ode to the Cuckoo,
FALCONER, William (1732-1769),

235 MACNEILL, HECTOR (1746–1818),

The Shipwreck (introduction and canto i.), 236 Scotland's Skaith,

Occasional Elegy,

245 The Waes o' War,

Address to Miranda,

246 Mary of Castlecary,

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Ross, WILLIAM (1762–1790),

398 Nicol, JAMES (1769-1819),.

The Highland Maid,

399 Haluckit Meg,

The Bard in the South,

399 Where Quair rins sweet,

The Last Lay of Love,

400 By yon hoarse murmurin' Stream,

Blaw ftly, ye Breezes,

REID, WILLIAM (1764-1831),

400

My dear little Lassie,

Kate o' Gowrie,

401

Cauld Kail in Aberdeen,

402 PICKEN, EBENEZER (1769–1816),.

John Anderson,

402 Nan of Logie Green,

The Lea-rig,

402 Woo me again,

Fair modest Flower,

403 Blythe are we set,

Of a' the Airts,

403 Peggy wi' the glancin' e'e,

Reflection,

GRAHAME, JAMES (1765–1811),

403

The Sabbath,

405 HOGG, JAMES (1770—1835),

The Birds of Scotland (extract),

413 Kilmeny,

To my Son,

415

Sir David Graeme,

The Wild Duck and her Brood,

415 To the Comet of 1811,

The Poor Man's Funeral,

415 Lass, an'

me,

tell me now,

To a Redbreast,

416

The Lark, .

Donald Macdonald,

STEWART, HELEN D. (1765–1838),

416 Ah, Peggy, since thou’rt gane away,

Returning Spring, with gladsome Ray, 417 Lock the Door, Lariston, .

The Tears I shed must ever fall,

417 The Auld Highlandman,

Gang to the Brakens wi' me,

Wilson, ALEXANDER (1766–1813),

418 Bonnie Jean, .

Watty and Meg,

421 Flora Macdonald's Farewell,

Auchtertool, .

423 Caledonia,

Matilda,

423 Bonny Prince Charlie, .

The Schoolmaster, .

424

A Pedlar's Story,

425 Scott, Sir WALTER (1771–1832),

Rab and Ringan,

425 A Bridal in Branksome,

The American Blue-bird,

426 The Death of Marmion,

Connel and Flora,

427 Christmas in the Olden Time,

The Eve of St. John,

VAIRNE, CAROLINA (1766–1845),

427

The Battle of Bannockburn,

The Pleughman,

429 Carle, now the King's come,

Caller Herrin',

429 The Massacre of Glencoe,

The Laird o' Cockpen,

430 Lochinvar,

Gude Nicht, and Joy be wi' ye

430

Hymn of the Hebrew Maid,

The Hundred Pipers,

430

The Sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill,

The Land o' the Leal, .

431 Jock o' Hazeldean, .

Saw ye nae my Peggy?

431 Macgregor's Gathering,

Cauld Kail in Aberdeen,

432 Hail to the Chief,

Here's to them that are gane,

432

Soldier, Rest!

The Lass o' Gowrie,

432 Song. -Love wakes and weeps,

He's ower the Hills that I lo'e weel, 433 The Heath this Night,

The Attainted Scottish Nobles,

433

Pibroch of Donuil Dhu,

Would you be Young again?

433

Allen-a-Dale,

Farewell, O farewell!

434

Rest is not here,

434 MONTGOMERY, JAMES (1771 – 1854),

Greenland (extract),

BalfouR, ALEXANDER (1767-1829),

434 The Grave,

To a Canary Bird,

435 Christopher Columbus,

The bonnie Lass o' Leven Water,

436 Robert Burns,

Stanzas Hark! Time has struck, 437 “• Friendship, Love, and Truth,"

Slighted Love,

437 The Recluse, .

A Lament for Culloden,

438 Verses to a Robin Red-breast,

To the laurel,

438

The Field of the World, .

To the Memory of Gray,

438

Via Crucis, Via Lucis,

Elegy to the Memory of Robert Burns, . 438 The ('ommon Lot,

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German War Song,

495 The Mermaid,

Home, .

495 Ode to an Indian Gold Coin,

Slavery that was,

Ode to the Evening Star,

Night, .

496 The Return after Absence,

To a Daisy,

497 Sonnet on Sabbath Morn,

Evening in the Alps,

497

SCADLOCK, JAMES (1775–1818),

PAUL, HAMILTON (1773–1854),

498 Hark, hark, the Skylark singing,

The Bonnie Lass of Barr,

500 October Winds,

Helen Gray,

500

Along by Levern Stream,

Petition of the Auld Brig o' Doon, 500

BOSWELL, SIR ALEXANDER (1775–1822),....

TANNAHILL, ROBERT (1774–1810),.

501 The High Street of Edinburgh,

Towser: a true Tale,

503

Jenny's Bawbee,

Gloomy Winter's now awa',

504 Auld Gudeman, .

Loudoun's bonnie Woods and Braes, . 504 Good Night, and Joy be wi' ye a',

Midges dance aboon the Burn, .

504 Bannocks o' Barley Meal,

Jessie, the Flower o' Dumblane,

505 Taste Life's glad Moments,

The Braes o' Gleniffer,

505

Jenny dang the Weaver, .

Good Night and joy,

505

Come, rest ye here,

The Wood of Craigie Lea,

506

The Lament of Wallace, .

506 MacLACHLAN, EWEN (1775–1822),

The Braes of Balquhither,

506 A Dream,

Clean Pease-strae,

506 Ode—What thick’ning glooms,

The dear Highland Laddie,

507 The Mavis of the Clan,

0, are ye sleeping, Maggie?.

507 The Melody of Love,

Langsyne, beside the Woodland Burn, 507

The Harper of Mull,

508 CUNNINGHAM, Thomas M. (1776–1834),

Farewell, ye Streams,

Inglis, Mrs. MARGARET M. (1774-1843), .... 508 The Beggar,

Sweet Bard of Ettrick's Glen,

509 The Hills o' Gallowa',

Bruce's Address,

509 Mary's Grave,

Heard ye the Bagpipe?

509 The Unco Grave,

When shall we meet again? .

510 The Braes of Ballahun,

Allan, ROBERT (1774–1841),

510 STRUTHERS, JOHN (1776–1853),

The Thistle and the Rose,

511 The Poor Man's Sabbath,

The Twa Martyrs' Widows,

511

The Sick Child, .

Bonnie Lassie,

511

A Lassie cam' to our Gate,

GALL, RICHARD (1776-1801),

512

Life's a Faught, .

512

The Braes o' Drumlee,

My only Jo and Dearie, o

Blink over the Burn,

513

Caledonia,

513

On the Death of Burns,

To a Linnet,

Farewell to Ayrshire,

513

Glendochart Vale, .

The Sun is setting on sweet Glengarry, . 513

The Covenanter's Lament,

514

I winna gang back to my Mammy,

The Cradle Song,

LEYDEN, JOHN (1775-1811), .

514 The Waits,

Scenes of Infancy (part i.),

516

Lines to Mrs. Charles Buller,

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