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"Sir Eger, Sir Grime, and Sir Greysteil,"

romances of, 541.
“Sir Martyn," a forgotten poem of

Mickle, extract from, 553.
“Sir Patrick Spens," old Scottish song

of, 569.
“Sir Tristrem," metrical romance of

Thomas the Rymer," 542. 557. 581.
Skene, James, Esq. of Rubislaw, Dedi-

cation to, of the Fourth Canto of Mar-

mion, 105.
Skirving, Mr., author of a Ballad on the

Battle of Prestonpans, 556.
Sky, Island of, description of its scen-

ery, 427. 478.
Smailholm Tower, description of, 591.

Smith, Sir Sidney, Tribute to, 97.
Smythe, Professor at Cambridge, 571.
Snakes and Serpents, 70.
Snood, worn by Scottish maidens, 196.


Sale Room," the, an Edinburgh perio-

dical, 661, n. ;665, n.
Sallust, Extract from, on the Death of

Catiline, 503, n.
Sangreal, the, 145.
Saxons, the Anglo, their language, 541.

545. 553; and poetry, 675-6.
Scalds, antique poetry of the, 676.
Scales-tarn, Lake of, 379.
Schiller, 560. 562.796.
Schiltrum, signification of, 493, n.
Scots Magazine, the, extracts from, 96.

401. 534. 591. 737.
Scots Greys, 696.
Scott of Buccleuch. See Buccleuch.

of Harden, family of, 62. 152.

- Hugh, Esq. of Harden, now Lord
Polwarth, 166.564, n.; 546 n. His lady,
564, n. ; 565. Inscription for the mo-
nument of the Rev. John Scott, their
son, 717.

John, Esq., of Gala, 410, n.
Sir John, of Thirlestane, 61.

Mary, “the Flower of Yarrow," 25.
62. 152.
Sir Michael, 15. 52, 53, 54.

Miss Sophia, the author's daughter,
618, n.

Robert, of Sandyknows, the au-
thor's grandfather, 99.

Walter, Lessudden, the author's
great-grandsire, 129. 166.

Major Sir Walter, the author's eld-
est son, 652.

and Kerr, feuds of the families of,
Sea-fire, phenomenon so called, 468.
Seaforth, the last Earl of, 6+7, n.
Seal, its taste for music, 410, 464.

the Quest of Sultaun Solimaun," 661.
Seatoun, Christopher, fate of, 474.
Second-sight, account of the, 232. 590,
“ Selectors of the slain," 70.
Serendib, 661.
“SETTING SUN," Juvenile Lines on the,

Seven Spears of Wedderburn, 30.

Shields, the Castle of the, ballad
of, 526.
Seward, Miss Anna, criticisms by, 17, n.;

23, n. ; 40, n. Letter to, 40, n. Epi-

taph designed for her monument, 635.
Seymour, Lord Webb, 370.
Shakspeare, his description of a popular

Snow, description of a man perishing in,

106. 158.
Snowdoun, (Stirling ) 229. 260.
Soltier, Sir John, 62, 63.
Somerled, Lord of the Isles, 412. 465.
Somerville, John, 15th Lord, 410, n;
694, n.

Lord, (temp. Jac. III.) anec-
dote of, 704, n.
Admire not that I gain'd the prize,

Hawk and osprey screamed for joy,

Hear what Highland Nora sajd, 655.
He is gone on the mountain, 198.
Hio away, hie away, 644.
High deeds achiev'd of knightly fame,

Hither we come, 776.
Hurra, hurra, our watch is done, 397.
I asked of my harp, " Who hath in-

jured thy cords?" 707.
I climb'd the dark brow of the mighty

Helvellyn, 629.
Ili fares the bark with tackle riven,

I'll give thee, good fellow, a twelve

month or twain, 675.
It chanced that Cupid on a season, 651.
It was a' for our rightful king, 359.
It was an English ladye bright, 37.
It was Dunois the young and brave,

was bound for Palestine, 650.
I was a wild and wayward boy, 329.
Joy to the victors ! the sons of old

Aspen, 803.
Look not thou on beauty's charming,

Lord William was born in gilded

bower, 517.
Love wakes and weeps, 690.
MacLeod's wizard flag from the grey

castle sallies, 669.
March, march, Ettrick and Teviot.

dale, 682.
Measurers of good and evil, 715.
Merry it is in the good green wood, 205.
Merrily swim we, the moon shines

bright, 678.
My hawk is tired of perch and hood,

My wayward fate I needs must plain,

song, 555.

Shane-Dymas, an Irish chieftain in the

reign of Elizabeth, 363.
“Sharpe, Sir Cuthbert, Lines to," 712.
Sharpe, Charles K., Esq. of Hoddam,

540, n.; 550, n. ; 742.
Shaw, Mr. James, notice of a list of Sir

Walter Scott's publications prepared

A Hawick gill of mountain dew, 696.
Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh, 701.
Ah, poor Louise! the live-long day,

Allan-a-Dale has no fagot for burning,

All joy was bereft me the day that

you left me, 632.
An hour with thee! when earliest day,

And did you not hear of a mirth befel,

And whither would you lead me then!

Anna-Maria, love, up is the sun, 676.
Assist me, ye friends of old books and

old wine, 703.
Ave Maria! maiden mild ! 202.
A weary lot is thine, fair maid, 315.
A weary month has wander'd o'er, 648.
Birds of omen dark and foul, 673.
Canny moment, lucky fit, 652.
Dark Ahriman, whom Irak still, 708.
Dinas Emlinn, lament; for the mo-

ment is nigh, 630.
Donald Caird's come again, 670.
Dust unto dust, 677.
Enchantress, farewell, who so oft has

decoy'd me, 694.
False love, and hast thou play'd me

this ? 643.
Farewell to MacKenneth, great Earl

of the North, 647.
Farewell merry maidens to song and

to laugh, 690.
Farewell to Northmaven, 687.
Fathoms deep beneath the wave, 688.
Follow me, follow me, 647.
From the Brown crest of Newark its

summons extending, 651.
Gin by pailfuls, wine in rivers, 65.3.
Glowing with love, on fire for fame, 651.
God protect brave Alexander, 656.
Go sit old Cheviot's crest below, 627.
Hail to the chief who in triumph ad-

vances, 189.
Hail to thy cold and clouded beam, 293.

Not faster yonder rowers' might, 186.
0, Brignall banks are wild and fair,

0, dread was the time, and moro

dreadful the omen, 640.
Of all the birds on bush and tree, 685.
Oh! say not, my love, with that

mortified air, 637.
O, hush thee, my babie, thy sire was

a knight, 652.
0, Lady, twine no wreath for me, 328.
O listen, listen, ladies gay! 39.
0, lovers' eyes are sharp to see, 632.
0, low shone the sun on the fair lake

of Toro, 631.
0, Maid of Isla, from the cliff, 694.
Once again, but how changed since

my wand'rings began, 654.
On Ettrick Forest's mountains dun,

On Hallow-Mass Eve, 'ere you boune

ye to rest, 614.
0, open the door, some pity to show,

0, Robin Hood was a bowman good,

0, tell me, harper, wherefore flow? 639.
Our vicar still preaches that Peter

and Poule, 221,
O, young Lochinvar is come out of the

west, 121.
Pibroch of Donuil Dhu, 655.
Quake to your foundations deep, 400.
Rash adventurer, bear thee back, 396.
Red glows the forge in Striguille

bounds, 630.
Saufen bier, und brante-wein, 653.
She may be fair, he sang, but yet, 522.
Since here we are set in array round

the table, 633.

by him, 565.
Sheale, Richard, the author or tran-

scriber of “ Chevy Chase," 540. 553.
Sheridan, Thomas, Esq., 359.
Shoreswood, the priest of, 150.
Sibbald, Mr. James, 703.
Siddons, Mrs. Henry, EPILOGUES writ-

ten for, 669 706.
Sidney, Sir Philip, his opinion of the

ballad of “Chevy Chase," 539, n.,

540. 555.
Sinclair, Right Hon. Sir John, 697.
“Sir Charles Baudwin," Chatterton's

ballad of, 557.
"Sir Caulin," ib. 347.

Tickell, Mr., his Ballad Poetry SA

“ Time," 657.
Time, 194.

- and tide, 346.
Tinchell, the, 225, n. ; 56.
To A LADY, with flowers from a Ro-

man wall," 624.
Town Eclogue, 25, n.
Train, Mr. Joseph, his assistance in cola

lecting information for the author,

486, 487. Note from, (1840) 452.
Tribunal, the Secret, or Invisible, of

Germany, 796.
Triermain. See “ Bridal of Triermain."

family of, 404.
Trosachs, the, 179.
Trouveurs, or Troubadours, 538.
Tunes, attachment to, on death-beds,

Tunstall, Sir Brian, slain at Flodden,

Turnberry Castle, 436-7.
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 427, n.
“ TWEED RIVER, Ox," 678.
Twenge, Sir Marmadukc, at Bannock-

burn, 495.
Twisel Bridge, 136. 170.
Two DROVERS," Mottocs from the,

Tynemonth Priory, 155.
Tytler, A. F. (Lord Woodhruselee, his

Collections of Ballads, 530. His ver
sion of “ The Robbers, 562

P. F. Esq., his “ History of Scot
land," 541, n.




Soft spread the southern summer Why weep ye by the tide, ladic? 654.
night, 648.

Yes, thou may'st sigh, 714.
Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'er, 184. Young men will love thee more fair
Soldier, wake--the day, is pecping, and more fast, 615.

Southey, Dr. Robert, Letter from, on
So sung the old bard in the grief of his Marmion, 143, n. Lines from his
heart, 647.

Roderick contrasted with some of
Stern eagle of the far north-west, 687.

Scott's, 267, n., 268, n. ; 273. And Pil.
Summer-eve is gone and past, 326

grimage to Waterloo, 500, n. ; passim
Sweet shone the sun on the fair lake

506, n. His Imitations of Ballad
of Toro, 804.

Poetry, 558. 567. Extract from his
Take these flowers, which, purple Life of Nelson, 794.
waving, 624.

Spain, Defence of, under the Invasion
That day of wrath, that dreadful day,

of Bonaparte, 280.

Invasion of, by the Moors, 278.
The Baptist's fair morrow beheld gal-

War with, in 1625-6, 358.
lant feats, 709.

Speates and Rures," Story of, 704.
The Druid Urien had daughters seven, Spells, 57.

Spencer, Earl, 74.
The Forest of Glenmore is drear, 628.

Spenser, Edmund, 116. 300. Extract
The heath this night must be my bed, from his “ Faérie Qucene," 276.

Spirits, intermediate class of, 48. 157.
The herring loves the merry moon- 241, 242. 354, 599, 600.
light, 657.

“ Spirit's Blasted Tree," Legend of the,
The last of our steers on the board has

been spread, 717.

Staffa, Cave of, 435. 482.
The monk must arise when the matins

Standard, The Battle of the, 156.
ring, 672.

Stanhope, Lady Hester, 6, n.
The moon's on the lake, and the

Stewart, Professor Dugald, 259. 564.
mist's on the brae, 656.

Stirling Castle, 217. 236. 259.
The news has flown frae mouth to

Stoddart, Sir John, 5.
mouth, 695.

Strafford, Earl of, 253.
The sound of Rokeby's woods I hear, Strathmore, Earl of, killed at Sheriff-

muir, 737, n.
The sun is rising dimly red, 688.

Strathbogie. See Athole.
The sun upon the lake is low, 742. Stuart, Sir William of Ochiltree, mur-
The sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill, 666. der of, in 1588, 235.
The violet in her greenwood bower, Strutt, Joseph, his Romance of Queen-

hoo-hall, 257.
There came three merry men from “SUB-PRIOR, TO THE," 679.
south, west, and north, 677.

Sultaun Solimaun, 661.
There is mist on the mountain, and Superstitions, Popular, 157. 773. See
night on the vale, 645.

also “ Fairies," "Ghosts," "Spirits."
They bid me sleep, they bid me pray, Surrey, Earl of, (beheaded in 1546,) 69.

Surtees, Robert, Esq. 523, n.
Though right be aft put down by Sutherland, Duchess of, 647. 726.
strength, 639.

Swinton, Sir John, 722. Arms of the
To horse! to horse! the standard flics, family of, 724.

Swiss Guards, Massacre of the, in 1732,
To the Lords of Convention 't was

Claver'se who spoke, 759.

Swords, enchanted, 236
'Twas All-soul's eve, and Surrey's Sympathy, cure of a wound by, 57, 58.

heart beat high, 38.
Twas a Maréchal of France, and he

fain would honour gain, 637.

Taghairm, a Highland mode of augury,
'Twas near the fair city of Benevent, 244, 245, 246.

“ Tales of Wonder, Lewis," 566.
Twist ye, twine ye! even so, 653 "TALISMAN," Verses from the, 709-11
Viewless essence, thin and bare, 713. Tanistry, Irish custom of, 361. 786.
Wake, maid of Lorn, 410,

Tantallan Castle, 127. 164.
Waken, lords and ladies gay, 634. Taylor, William, Esq., his version of
Wasted, weary, wherefore stay? 653. “ Lenore," 561.
We love the shrill trumpet, we love Tecbir, The, the War-cry of the Saracens,
the drums rattle, 744.

268. 280.
What makes the troopers' frozen Tees, the River, 316.
courage muster ? 809.

Teith, the River, 178.
Wheel the wild dance, 619.

When Israel of the Lord beloved, 676. Terry, the late Mr. Daniel, comedian,
Whence the brooch of burning gold, 652, n ; 742.

Theatre, the, 546.
When friends are met o'er merry Themis, 2.
cheer, 760.

Thomas of Erceldoune, or “ The Rhym-
When the heathen trumpets clang, er," account of him, 572. His Pro-

phecies, 573, 574. Legend of, 627.
When the tempest's at the loudest,

541, 142. 545.

“ Thomas the Rhymer," a Ballad in
Whet the bright steel, 675.

Three Parts, 572.
While the dawn on the mountain was Thomson, Mr. D. of Galashiels, 670, n.
misty and grey, 330.

Thonison, Thomas, Esq. Deputy-Regis-
Where shall the lover rest? 100.

ter, 488.
Why sit'st thou by that ruin'd hall? THUNDER STORM," Juvenile lines on


UAM-VAR, mountain, 177.1178. 231.
Unthank, chapel at, 56.
Urisk, a Highland satyr, 244.

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Or " Selectors of the
Slain," 70.
Valour, personification of, 20.
Vaughan, Right Hon. R. C., 281.
Vaux, family of, 404.
Venetian General, anecdote of a, 73.1
Vengeance, feudal, a dreadful tale of,

Vennachar, Loch, 178.
VIOLET, THE," 623 4.
Virgil, his magical practices, 54, 66.

His Æneid translated by Gawain

Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld, 1.34.
VIRGIL," Jurenile Lines from, 623

Vision, The," a poem, 548

WALES, Caroline, Princess of, 97, ".
Wallace, Sir William, trial and ere

cution of, 473.
Walton, Sir John, deleated by " the

good Lord James of Douglas," 4
War, personification of, from Childe

Harold, 272, n. Apostrophe to, 457
“War-Song of the Edinburgh Light

Dragoons," 604.
“War-Song of Lachlan, high Chief of
MacLean," 648

Saxox," 675.
Warbeck, Perkin, story of, 149, 15.
Waterloo, Battle of, 283, 284. 40-519.
Watson, James, his collection oí ancient

poetry, 514.
“WAVERLEY," Verses from, 642 647

Lines by author of," 647

Lines of, “Late when the
autumn evening fell, '613

a, 623.

Wellington, Duke of, 273, 274, 275. 282,

283, 284. “ The Field of Waterloo,"

503 passim ; 68, 60, 610.
Wellington, Duchess of, dedication of

“ The Field of Waterloo " to, 499.
“When with poetry dcaling,"711.
Whistling to raise a tempest, 354.
Whitbread, Samuel, Esq., 633.
Whitby Abbey, 153.

the, 678-682.
Whitmore, John, Esq., &c., dedication

of the Vision of Don Roderick to, 261.
-"Wild HUNTSMAN, THE,” 610.
Wilkcs, John, Esq., 175.

Willich, Dr., teacher of German, 561.
“Will Jones," Lewis's ballad of, 570,

Wilson, Professor, 550, n.
Wine, presents of, 162.
Witchcraft, 302, n. ; 357.
Wolfian hypothesis, 537, n.
Woman, apostrophe to, 140.
Woodhouselee, Lurd. See Tytler, A. F.

“WOODSTOCK," Verses from, 711-12.
Wordsworth, William, Esq., his poem

on Yarrow, 36, M; 42, n. Letter

from, on Marmion, 143, n. Eulogium
on the Zaragozans, 222. Imitations

of the ballad style, 558.
Wrestling, prize at, 258.
Wynken de Worde, 109.

XERES, account of the Battle of, 28.

ZAHARACK, race of, 396.
Zaragoza, account of the Siege of, 28!.
Zernebock, 519.





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