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quoted, ii. 43; corrected, 234, 315; Dumbarton Drums,' a tune, iv. 287.
à circumstantial misstatement by, Dumfries, Burns at, ii. 96; theatre in,

iii. 65; quoted, 83, 134, 198, 199, 208, 289. iii. 102; Burns removes to, 209; his
Cunningham, a player and poet, iv. 282. style of living there (1792), 266; letter

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Lady E. letter to, iii, 179. to magistrates of, 290; library at, iv. 44;

-, Mr Alexander, a friend of king's birthday (1794), celebrated at,
the poet, ii. 59; letter to, iii. 38; letter 81; Burns's style of living at, 124;
from, 122 ; letters to, 12., 138, 174, 185, Burns's daily life at, 130; volunteers at,
230, 286; song on an event in his life, 150; Burns's funeral at, 210.
iv. 23; letter to, 56 ; song addressed to. Dumfries election, ballad on the, iii, 87;
169; letter to, 203 ; his exertions for a second ballad on, 89; description of
the family of Burns, 223,

in verse, 129.
Cunninghame, Mr, of Enterkin, ii. 281. Dumourier, General, iii. 299.
Curling, a game on the ice, i. 187.

Dunbar, Burns at, ii. 91.
Currie, Dr James, i. 16; iv. 134, 223 ;

Mr William, ii. 41 ; letters to,
publication of his edition of Burns's 54, 252; iii. 103, 164.
works, 228.

Duncan, William, recommended by

Burns, iii. 149.
Daer, Lord, Burns dines with, i. 319. Dundas, Lord President, verses on the
Daily life of Burns at Dumfries, iv. 130. death of, ii. 179.
Dalgarnock, allusion to, in a song, iv. 167. Dundas, Mr Henry, ii. 125.
Dalrymple, Dr William, i. 16, 21, 126; Dunfermline, Burns at, ii. 155.
anecdote of, iii. 56.

Dunlop, Mrs, of Dunlop, becomes the
Dalrymple, James, Esq., of Orangefield, friend of Burns, i. 324; letters to, 325;
ii. 14, 18 ; letter to, 19.

ii. 29, 55, 57, 75, 200, 225, 241, 257, 258,
Dalrymple, school of, attended by Burns, 259, 263, 275, 277, 278, 289, 295, 299, 305;
i. 19.

iii. 27, 35, 49, 62, 92, 100, 105, 126, 138,
Dalrymple, Sir John, ii. 41.

162, 179, 180, 205, 227, 248, 253, 272, 276
Dalzell, John of Barncroch, iv. 16.

bis ; iv. 83, 126, 178, 204 ; gives up
Davidson, Betty, her legendary lore, Burns's letters for publication, 224.
i, 10, 17.

Dunn, Jean, a suspected contrabandist,
Davidson, John, Souter Johnny,'iii. 161. iii. 83.
Davies, Miss, letter to, iii. 196; songs to, Dunscore, parish kirk of, iii. 49.
197; letter to, 198; fate of, 199.

Dunse, Burns at, ii. 78, 89.
Dean of Faculty, the, a satirical ballad,
iv. 182.

Ecclefechan, Burns at, in a snow-storm,
Debts of Burns, iv, 221,

iv. 137; the lass of, 269.
Delany, Captain, iii, 199.

Edinburgh, Burns arrives in, ii. 15; Ad-
Delia, an ode, iii. 39.

dress to, 22; society in, in 1787, 57;
Delolme on the English Constitution, a Burns's final visit to, iii. 211.
copy of, anecdote of, iv. 44.

Eglintoun, Earl of. letter to, ii. 27; 71.
Democratic effusion of Burns, iv. 87. Eliza, a heroine of Burns, i. 252.

sentiments of Burns in Ellisland, a farm in Dumfrieshire,
1793-4, iv. 86-89.

taken by Burns, ii. 243; he commences
Dempster, George, of Dunnichen, i. 185. living there, 263; description of, 276;
De Peyster, Colonel, versified note to, ceremonial at entering the new house,
iv. 185.

iii. 59; crop sold at, 193; character as
Dissipation in country towns of Burns's a farm, 206 ; quitted by Burns, 207.
time, iii. 209.

Elphinstone, James, epigram on his
Distillers, Scotch, i. 203; iv. 292.

translation of Martial, ii. 195.
Distress, national, in 1793, iv, 13, 181. English gentlemen, two, visit Burns,
Dogs, Burns's, iii. 39.

iii. 191.
Domestic circumstances of Burns at Erskine, Hon. Andrew, iii. 17, 232 ; post-
Dumfries, iv. 124.

script from, 283; his death, iv. 46.
Doon, river, ii. 33; iii. 159, 244.

Erskine, Hon. Henry, ii. 16, 17; letter
Douglas, Mr William, his inquiry into to, 51; sketch of, 54 ; displaced from the

the date of Burns's attachment to deanship of Faculty, iv. 181.
Highland Mary, i. 248; ii. 217.

Erskine, J. F., Esq., letter to, iij. 300.
Dove, John; innkeeper in Mauchline, Excise, a situation in, for Burns, ii. 202;
i. 170.

applies for an appointment iu his own
Dramatic writing recommended to district, iii. 61).
Burns, iv. 96.

Excise Board reprimands Burns, iii. 274.
Drumlanrig, woods of-verses on their Excursions, dates of Burns's, examined,
destruction, iv. 172.

ii. 314.
Drummond, Mrs, of Perth, ii. 151. Eyemouth, Burns made royal - arch
Dudgeon, Mr, a poet, ii. 79.

mason at, ii. 90.

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Falconer, William, author of The $hipGordon, Mr, of Kenmure, iv. 14, 145.
toreck, iii. 105.

of Balmaghie, iv. 141, 196
Falkirk, Burns at, ii. 114.

Goudie, John, of Kilmarnock, i. 122 ;
Ferguson, Dr A., entertains Burns, ii. 64. epistle to, 123; 219.
Fergusson, Alexander, of Craigdarroch, Graces before meat, iv. 49, 239.
iii. 67, 69, 147.

Gracie, Mr James, banker, his kindness
Fergusson, Mrs, of Craigdarroch, ii, 289. to Burns, iv. 208.

Robert, the Scottish poet, Graham, Douglas, original of Tam o'
i. 263; ii. 45, 46; verses under the por- Shanter, i. 35; iii. 161.
trait of, 47; described by Peter Stuart, Graham, Miss, of Fintry, inscription

iii. 61 ; account for his monument, 221. for, iv. 85.
Ferintosh whisky, i. 202.

Graham, Mr Robert, of Fintry, letter to,
Ferrier, Miss, verses to, ii. 109.

ii. 204 ; first verse epistle to, 287 ; letter
Findlater, Mr Alexander, a brother- to, iii. 88; second verse epistle to, 129;

officer and friend of Burns, iii. 275; third verse epistle to, 188; fourth verse
iv. 174, 192, 299.

epistle to, 207; letter to, on the Excise.
Findlay, Mr James, trains Burns for office reprimand, 274 ; scheme for the
the Excise, ii 251.

promotion of Burus, iv. 164; sends a
Fleming, Agnes [My Nanie, 0!), i. 43, 341. sum of money to Burns, 192.
Flint, Kirsty, a singer of songs to Burns, Graham, Mrs, of Fintry, letter to, iii. 170.
iii. 115.

Graham, Mr, of Gartmore, alluded to,
* Flower of Yarrow, the,' iv. 284.

iii. 117.
Fontenelle, Miss, an actress, address Graham, T., of Balgowan, ii, 129, 149.

written for her, iii. 256 ; letter to, 257; G[rant), Mr, a player, iii. 258.
epigram upon, 257 ; address for, iv. 179. Gray, Mr James, teacher, iv, 174, 231,
Fox, C. J., i. 260; sketch of, iii. 35.

232; his testimony in favour of Burns's
Fraser's hautboy, iv. 30, 36.

character, 300.
Friars' Carse Hermitage, verses in, Gray, Simon, epigram on, ii. 88.
ii. 270; second version, 303.

Greenock, death of Highland Mary at,
Frugality, apostrophe to, iii. 34.

i. 312, 313; her monument there, 316.
Fuge, writ in meditatione, against Gregory, Dr James, ii. 86, 181, 184 ;
Burns, ii. 110.

letter from, iii. 41.
Fullarton, Colonel, i. 192 ; iii. 139; letter | Grose, Francis, antiquary, comes to
to, 195,

Scotland, iii. 78; poem on his peregri.
Fyers, Fall of, ii. 130.

nations, 79; epitaph on, 80; letters to,

81, 159.
Gainsborough, anecdote of a picture by,
ii. 129.

Haggis, verses on a, ii. 51.
Gala Water, song upon, iii. 280.

Hall, Sir James, ii. 91.
Galloway, Earl of, iv. 16, 141, 196, 246. Halliday, James, iii. 141.
Gatehouse, Burns at, iv, 15.

Halloween (All Saints' Eve), supersti-
Gateslack, alluded to in a song, iv. 167. tions concerning, i. 146.
Gazetteer, a democratic newspaper, or- Hamilton, Captain John, iii. 266; corre-
dered by Burns, iii. 270.

spondence of Burns with, iv. 135, 221.
Geddes, Bishop, letter to, iii. 21.

Hamilton, Charlotte, ii. 118, 146, 155;
Gillespie, Mr, a friend of Burns, iii. 235. songs upon, 170; iv. 206.

Professur, anecdotes related Hamilton, Gavin, writer in Mauchline,
by, iii. 83, 116.

i. 85, 134 ; versified note to, 243; dedi-
Glen, Tam, a song, iii. 114.

cation to, 274 ; 344 ; letters to, ii. 17, 52,
Glencairn, Countess of, ii. 16; iii. 98; 118, 171; epitaph upon, iv. 235.
letter to, 99.

Hamilton, Mr James, letter to, iii. 45.
Glencairn, James, Earl of, ii. 16, 20;

Mrs Gavin, ii. 256.
letter to, 47; verses on his portrait, 48; Hare, verses on a, iii. 38, 41, 42.

68; letter to, 205; Lament for, iii, 176. Harvieston, Burns at, ii. 117, 118; second
Glencairn, John, Earl of, iii, 292,

visit to, 145.
Glenlee, Lord, iv. 143.

Haugh, George, a blacksmith, iii. 266,
Globe Tavern, Dumfries, frequented by 267, 307 ; iv. 46.
Burns, iv. 49, 131, 183, 244.

Hay. Mr Charles, letter to, ii. 180.
Glover, Jean, author of a song, iv, 291. Henderson, Matthew, account of, and
Goldie, Commissary, epigram on, iv. 245.

poem on, iii. 134.
Goldielea, near Dumfries, iii. 219. Henri, Mrs, iii. 161, 248; her death, 253.
Gordon Castle visited by Burns, ii. 131, Heron, Lady Elizabeth, iv. 80.
215.

Mr, of Heron, iv. 82; ballads on
Gordon, Duke of, entertains Burns, his election in 1795, 141-9; letter to,
ii. 131 ; song by referred to, 162.

146; 195, 197.
Gordon, Jane, Duchess of, ii. 21, 58. Heron, Robert, i. 287 ; iii. 76.

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Highlands, epigram on hospitality in Kenmure Castle, Burns at, iv. 14, 17.
the, ii. 103.

Lord, a song upon, iv, 264.
Highlands, the, song upon, iii. 113. Kennedy, a chapman, iv. 238.
-, tour in, ii. 113-136.

-, John, a friend of Burns, i. 229;
West, short tour of Burns letters to, 235, 287.
in, ii. 98.

Kennedy, Miss, ii. 242.
Hill, Mr Peter, bookseller, ii. 273; letters K- Miss Peggy, heroine of "Ye

to, 273, 291 ; iii. 29, 33, 117, 125, 164, Banks and Braes of Bonnie Doon,'
184, 190, 220, 308; iv. 13, 107; a kipper i. 197 ; letter to, 197 ; song upon, 198;
sent to, iv. 184.

allusion to her story, 325; ii. 34;
Hogg, James, anecdote related by, ii. 84. iii. 244.
Howden, Mr Francis, letter to, ii. 181. Ker, Mr, postmaster, ii. 300.
Howff, Burns's, at Dumfries, iv. 192. Kilbagie whisky, i 177.
Howlet face'-epigram, iv. 242.

Kilmarnock, i. 220; 257, 270.
Hoy, Mr James, letters to, ii. 160, 162.

mason-lodge, i. 279.
Humphry, James, i. 170; iv. 236.

respectables, i. 219.
Hunter, W., of Cockrune, his testimony Kilpatrick, Nelly, the poet's first love,

regarding the Whistle contest, iii. 71. i. 29.
Hyslop, John, of Globe Tavern, Dum- Kilravock, Burns at, ii. 130.
fries, iv. 49; his wife, 192.

Kirk wad let me be,' an anecdote,

iv. 288.
Income of Burns at Dumfries, estimated, Kirk's Alarm, the, a satirical poem,

iv. 124; Excise salary reduced, 203. iii. 55.
Innerleithen, Burns at, ii. 87.

Kirkcudbright election of 1795, iv. 141;
Intemperance, excess of, at Dumfries in election of 1796, 195.
1794, iy, 57.

Kirkoswald, Burns resides at, i. 31, 32;
Inverary, Burns at, ii. 99.

iii. 153.
Inverness, Burns at, ii. 130.

Kirkpatrick of Dunscore, a Calvinistic
Irvine, Burns resides at, i. 40, 59.

clergyman, ii. 293; iii. 49; 118, 202,
Isle, the, a house occupied by Burns, Kirn, the, at Ellisland, 1790, iii. 151.
ii. 298.

Ladyman, Mr, anecdote communicated
Jacobitism of Burns, ii. 25, 50, 137, 293; by, iv. 49.
iii. 87, 95.

Langhorne quoted, ii. 65.
*JEAN,' Burns's (Jean Armour), i. 98, Lapraik, John, i. 115, 119, 139.

232; withdraws to Paisley, 253; 270 ; Lass o' Patie's Mill, a song by Ramsay,
her first children, 290; Burns's renewed anecdote respecting, iii. 297.
intimacy with, ii. 98, 202, 235; finally Lawrie, Rev. Archibald, i. 300; letters
married to Burns, 254; marriage for- to, 326, 327.
mula, 277; comes to Ellisland, 297. Lawrie, Rev. George, of London, i. 299,
See' Burns, Mrs Robert.'

304, 325 ; ii. 35.
Jedburgh, Burns at, ii. 81.

Lawrie, Sir R., of Maxwelton, iii. 67, 72.
Jeffrey, Miss, 'The Blue-eyed Lassie,' Leglen Wood, a haunt of Wallace, i. 48.
iii. 96, 98.

Leith, scheme to remove Burns to, iv, 164.
Jeffrey, Rev. Mr, of Lochmaben, iii. 96. Lewars, Jessy, a young friend of Mrs
Johnson, James, his Musical Museum, Burns - her kind services, iv. 194;

ii. 77, 160; songs of Burns in 2d volume, songs upon, 193, 195; epigrams upon,
212-217; letter to, 297 ; songs in 3d 198, 199, 246.
volume, iii. 108-115; songs in 4th Lewars, John, a brother-officer of Burns,
volume, 234-247; letter to, iv. 67 ; iii. 83; iv. 194, 222.
songs of Burns in 5th volume of his • Liberty, Tree of,' a poem, iv. 87.
Museum, 67-74; songs of Burns in Library, a parish, Burns's care of, iii.
6th volume, 74-76 ; letter to, 201.

33, 125; account of by Burns, 203.
Johnstone, Captain, a democratic editor, Licentious traditionary poetry described,
iii. 270.

iv. 52.
Johnston, Sir James, of Westerhall, in Light, New, described, i. 131.
an election contest, iii. 87.

Lindsay, Isabella, admired by Burns at
J. T., Burns answers the petition of, Jedburgh, ii. 82, 84.
iii. 147.

Linlithgow, Burns at, ii. 114.

Little, Janet, the poetical milkmaid,
Kelso, Burns at, ii. 81.

iii, 162, 179.
Kemble, Mrs Stephen, iv. 108.

Lochlea, Burns family at, i. 31.
Mrs, epigram upon, iv, 108. Lockhart, Mr, biographer of Burns,
Kemmis-hall, Burns at, iv. 103.

quoted, iii. 252, 223; iv. 66.
Kenmore, Burns at, ii. 121 ;

Lockhart, Mr George, of Glasgow, letter
written at, ibid.

to, ii. 274.

verses

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Logan, Major William, epistle to, i. 322. M.Murdo, Phillis, song referring to,
, Miss, verses to, ii, 27.

iv. 21, 27.
Mr John, of Knockshinnoch, Macpherson, Jarwes, a Highland robber,
letter to, iii. 54; 59.

ii. 213.
Lorimer, Miss Jean, iii. 235; her story, Macquechan's, Rob, elshon, an incident
iv. 103. See ' Chloris.'

in life of Bruce, iii. 142.
Lounger, Burns criticised in the, ii. 18; M'Whinnie, Mr, writer, Ayr, i. 235.
Burns's opinion of, iii. 127.

Marriage, Burns's, question if it was
Love-letters, early, of Burns, i. 55.

ever annulled, ii. 317.
Love-letter to an unknown lady, 'My Marriage, irregular, not to be annulled
dear Countrywoman,' ii. 103.

except by divorce, ii, 201.
Love-letters written by Burns for a Martial, epigram on a translation of,
friend, iv. 128.

ii. 195; a paraphrase upon one of his
Lowe, author of Mary's Dream, iv. epigrams, iv. 149.
14, 18.

Mary, Highland, see Campbell, Mary.'
Lumsdale, Henry, “Highland Harry,' -, Queen of Scots, iii, 170.
iii. 109.

Mason-lodge at Dumfries, notes from its

book, iv, 191.
Mabane, Miss, note to, ii. 172,

Masterton, Allan, iii. 64, 68; iv. 50.
M'Adam, Mr, of Craigengillan, i. 297.

Ann, Bonnie Ann,' iii. 110.
M'Auley, Mr, of Dumbarton, letter to, Mauchline, i. 84, 98, 101 ; description of,
Montgomery's Peggy, i. 73, 102.

iii. 47.

168; Burns's return to, ii. 96.
M'Creery, John, of Liverpool, printer of Maxwell, Dr, a physician at Dumfries,
Currie's edition, iv. 229.

iv. 95, 173, 198, 223.
M'Culloch, David, of Ardwell, iv. 81. Maxwell, John, Esq. of Terraughty,
M'Gill, Rev. Mr, of Ayr, iii. 54, 119. verses to, iii. 204; iv. 143.
M.Guire, the Ayr violer, ii. 16.

Maxwell, Provost, of Lochmaben, letter
Mackenzie, Henry, author of The Man to, iii. 95.

of Feeling,' ii. 18; remarks on his Mayne, John, a Scottish poet, i. 154 ;

writings, iii, 127 ; ballads by, iv. 290. iii. 310.
Mackenzie, Mr John, surgeon at Mauch 'Merry Beggars,' an old song, prototype

line, i. 267, 279, 319; letters to, 321; of Burns’s ‘ Jolly Beggars,' i. 181.
ii. 28, 172.

Michie, William, epitaph upon, iv, 241.
Mackenzie of Applecross, satirised by Miller, Captain, of Dalswinton, iii. 87,
Burns, i. 256.

129; iv, 55.
Mackinlay, Rev. James, i. 220; iii. 57. Miller, Mr James, produces air of “Ye
Maclauchlan, Mrs, a song upon, ii. 216. banks and braes,' &c., iv. 114.
M.Lehose, Mrs (Clarinda), account of, Miller, Patrick, of Dalswinton, ii. 21, 28,

ii. 175; letters to, 175, 176, 177, 178, 183; 96; letters to, 139, 157; lets a farm to
lines by, 185; letters to, 185, 187, 189, Burns, 242 ; his concern in originating
190, 192, 194 bis, 195, 196, 197, 206; a steam.navigation, 244; iii. 184, 207;
farewell to, 207; letters to, 207, 208, letter to, 291.
209, 210, 211; her religious views, 219; Miller, Peter, junior, iv. 123.
letters to, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224 bis, Mill-Mannoch on the Coyl, scene of a
230 bis, 232, 237, 238, 245; remarks on song, iii. 294.
the correspondence with, 255; letters Mill Vennel, Dumfries, Burns removes
to, iii. 25, 105; song to, 106; letter to, to, iii. 307.
with verses, 212; her voyage to the Ministry, neglect of Burns by the,
West Indies, 213; letters to, 213; songs iv. 152.
upon, 214, 215, 216, 217; returns from
the West Indies, 268; letter to, 285; Mirecleuch prosecution, iii. 146.
last letter to, iv. 83; final allusion of Mirry, Mrs Anne, i. 73.
Burns to, 107; letters of Burns in her Mitchell, Collector, iii. 148; letter to,
possession, 224.

149; referred to by Burns as a critic,
M'Leod, Isabella, of Raasay, a song iv. 156 ; rhymed note to, 180.
upon, i. 215.

Mitchelson, Mr Samuel, W.S., ii. 77.
M'Leod, John, on the death of, ii, 106. Moir, J., printer, anecdote told by, ii. 23.
of Dunvegan, iii. 272.

Monboddo, Lord, ii. 21.
M‘Leods of Raasay, Burns intimate with Money, Burns's objections to writing
the, ii. 105.

for, iii. 173, 316.
M Math, Rev. John, i. 127, 140.

Monkland Friendly Society, iii. 33, 125,
M.Morine, Rev. Mr, minister of Caer- 202, 203.
laverock, üi. 278.

Mons Meg, a cannon, iii. 130.
M'Murdo, John, Esq., letters to, iii. 13, Monteath, Sir James, of Closeburn,
134, 292; 314; iv, 52, 224.

anecdote communicated by, iii. 115.
M'Murdo, Mrs, lottor to, iii. 37.

Montgomery, Maj.-gen. Jamos, i. 278.

Paine's Rights of Man, &c., anecdote of
Montrose, Burns at, ii. 136.

a copy of. iv. 45.
Mondie, Rev, Alexander, i. 124, 266. Paisley, Burns at, ii. 100.
Moure, Dr John. ii :9; letters to, 31, 43, Parker, Hugh epistle to, ii. 266.

72, 47, 347; iii. 31 : letter from, 32; , W., Kilmarnock i. 219, 279.

letters to, 128, 172; advice from, 173. Patron, an unknown, letter to, iii, 17.
Morine, Mr, purchases Ellisland, iii. 208. Pattison, Mr, of Kelvin (irove, rencon.
Morning Chronicle. Burns asked to con- tre of, with Burns, iv. 173.

tribu e to, iv. 123 ; writes a letter to Pattison, Mr, of Paisley, letter to, ii.
the editor of 129.

89; 100, 231.
Morrison, Mary, a song, i. 71 ; ii. 217. Peacock, Miss Mary (Mrs James Gray),

Mr, Mauchline, note to. ii. 286. ii. 209; letter to, iii 268; 283.
Mossziel, kuins's farın, i. 84; Burns's Peebles, Rev. William, i. 267; iii. 57.
room at, i. 144, 187

Penn, Matthew, solicitor, iv. 205, 209.
Muir, Robert, of Kilmarnock, an early Percy's Reliques of English poetry,

friend of Burns, i. 219; letters to, 230, iii. 172.
291 ; ii. 71, 116, 240.

Perry, Mr, of the Morning Chronicle,
Muir W., of Torbolton Mill, i. 110; ii. 236. makes an offer to Burns, iv. 123.
Muirhead, Rev. James, of Urr, iv. 148, Phrenological view of Burns's head,
149. 197.

iv. 307.
Murdoch, John, first teacher of Burns, Pickering, author of 'Donocht-Head,"

i. 17, 18, 21, 24; letter of the poet to, iv. 99.
Jan. 1783, 64; letter from, ii. 163; Pindar, Peter, iii. 282, 284 ; iv. 27.
iii. 119; letter to, 133.

Pitt. William, his opinion of Burns's
Murray, Esq., of Broughton, iv. 141, poetry, iv, 153.
146, 148, 196.

Poet's Progress, the, fragment of, iii. 15,
Murray, Euphemia, of Lintrose, ii. 150. Poet, wretchedness of the, depicted by

Sir William, of Ochtertyre, Burns, iv. 19.
ii. 123, 145.

Political feelings of Burns, ii. 50, 293;
Murray's Literary History of Galloway iii. 87, 210; iv. 45, 57, 86.
quoted, ii, 59.

Portraits of Burns: Nasmyth's, ii. 42;
Mylne, Mr, poems of, iii. 28, 29.

Miers's, 168, 181; iv. 163.

Posthumous child, verses on birth of,
Na-myth, Alexander, paints Burns's iii. 162; curious history of, 163, 205.
portrait, ii. 42; iv. 163.

Poverty of Burns overstated, iv. 124.
Newal, Mr David, writer, ii. 298 ; iii. 141; Prentice, Archibald, of Manchester
iv. 130.

Times,' ii. 13.
Newcastle, Burns at, ii. 93.

Prentice, Mr, farmer at Covington
Nicholson. Peg, a horse, iii, 118.

Mains, entertains Burns, ii. 13.
Nicol, Mr William, ii. 93; letters to, 91, Psalms, verses of, quoted by Burns,

97; his character and history, 111; ac- jii. 47, 48.
companies Burns in Highlands, 113- Punch-bowl, Burns's, iii. 191.
136 ; letter to, 149; affair of Willie
brewed a peck o' Maut,' iii 64; pur- Queensberry, Duke of, iii. 87, 129; iv. 171.
chases an estate, 65; letter to, 117;
letter of Nicol to Ainslie, 144; letter Ramsay. Mr David, of Edinburgh Cou.
to, 222; with Allan Masterton at rant, iii. 30.

Dumfries, iv. 50; epitaph upon, 241. Ramsay, Mr John, of Ochtertyre, ii. 145,
Nielson, Rev. Mr, of Kirk bean, iii. 118. 147 ; iii. 142.
Nith, song on the, iii. 114.

Rankine, John, a friend of Burns, i. 90;
Niven, Rev. Dr, of Dunkeld, i. 133.

iv. 238.
-, William, a companion of Burns Religion, state of in west of Scotland in
at Kirkoswald, i. 33, 244, note, 290. Burns's time, i, 121.

Religious feelings and views of Burns,
Ochtertyre on the Teith, Burns at, ii. 152. i. 122, 159; ii. 55, 190, 219; iii. 49, 63,
Ochtertyre, Strathearn, Burns enter- 93; iv. 65.
tained at, ii, 148.

Renton, Mr, of Lamerton, ii. 90.
Officer, military, quarrel of Burns with, Renwick, Mrs, of New York, iii. 97.
at Dunifries, iv. 57.

Revolution, French, Burns's sympathy
Old Rome Forest, Burns concealed at, with the, iii. 210, 269; iv. 87.
i. 283.

Richardson, Gabriel, epitaph on, iv. 245.
Oswald, Mrs, of Auchincruive, satire on, Richmond, John, an early companion of
iii. 19.

Burns, i 143. 181; letters to, 226, 271,
Oswald, Richard A., Esq. of Auchin- 283 ; ii. 25, 104.

cruive, iv. 144 ; letter to, 153; song upon Riddel, Captain, of Glenriddel, ii. 270,
his wife, 155.

285; verscs on returning him a news-

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