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ry of, 282.

Bradford, Sir Thomas, 704.

C.

Comyn, the Red, 424. 498. 477. 481
Branksome Castle, 18. 54, ib.

CADOGAN, Colonel, tribute to the memo- Coneybeare's, Rev. Mr., his illustrations
" BRIDAL OF TRIERMAIN," 379. See

of Anglo-Saxon poetry, 554.
also 413.
"Cadyow Castle," 598.

Congreve's “ Mouring Bride," 524.
“BRIDAL Song" in Waverley, 647. Cadell, Mr. Robert, his recollections of Conscience, 296. 299.
" BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR, Verses * The Lady of the Lake," 181, n. Constable, Mr. Archibald, bis ** bold and
from the, 678-9.
** Cairns,

liberal industry," 14. Extract from a
** Bridge of Dee," poem of the, 552. Caledonian Forest and wild cattle, 598. letter of the author to, 714, n.
Brigg, or Bridge of Turk, 185.
600. 602.

George, Esq. (Jonathan Old-
British Critic, notices from the, 9. 89. 298. Cambusmore, 185.

buck), 567.
355. 436, 437. 440. 445. 467. 729. 738. Cameron, Colonel, killed at Fuentes de CONTRIBUTIONS of Seott to 5. Mis-
747.
Honoro, 290.

STRELSY OF THE SCOTTISH BOR-
“ Brooch of Lorn," the, 424. 476.

Colonel, of Fassiefern, killed at DER, "537-608.
Brodick Castle, Arran, 448. 489.

Quatre-Bras, 509. 665.

Coronach of the Highlanders, M. Bl.
| Bruce, King Robert, defeats John of Lorn,

Sir Ewan of Lochiel, 264. Cornwallis, Marquis of, 638.
473. Defeated by the Lord of Lorn, Cameronians, 604.

* CounT ROBERT OF PARIS," Mottoes
476. Crowned at Scoon, 476. Subse- Camp, a favorite dog of the author's, 115. from, 726.
quent disasters, ib. His compunction Campbell, Thomas, 169. * The Bard of * COUNTY Gry," Song, 709.
for violauon of the sanctuary by the Hope," 561. His admiration of the Cowper, 561.
slaughter of Comyn, 481. Excommu- poem "Cadyow Castle,” 602.

Cox, Captain, of Coventry, 549.
nicated for it, ib. Observed omens-

Lady Charlotte. See “Bury." Cranstoun, family of, 57. 65.
one of a spider, ib. Traced by a blood- Canna, island and town of, 440. 486.

George, Esp, consulted by the
hound, 42. Sequel to that adventure Canning, Right Hon. George, a writer in author on his attempts at composition,
1 told by Barbour, 484. Tradition that the Anti-Jacobin, 124, n. 796.

14, n.
he was at the battle of Falkirk inaccu- Cantyre. peninsula of, 488.

Crichton Castle, 118. 167.
rate, 483. Crossed the Peninsula of Caracciolí, Prince, 794, n.

Critical Review, notices from, 16. 21. 25
Cantyre, 488. Landing in Arran, 443. “ CARLE, now the King's come," Part i., 33. 37. 45. 47. 141. 149. 187. 192, 199.
488. Instance of his humanity, 445. 702. Part ii., 703.

239. 270. 272. 297, 298, 299, 311. 313.
489. His landing in Carrick, 449. 451. Caroline, Princess of Wales, 105, n. 318, 354. 381. 383. 420. 4. 439, 410.
490, 491. Defeats the Earl of Pem- Cartwright, Dr., the first living poet the 444. 533. 536, 606.
broke, 493. Blockade of Surling Cas- author recollected of having seen, 560. Cromwell, Oliver, his conduct at Marston
tle, 456. 494. Affected by Leprosy, Cassilis, the Earl of (temp. Jac. VI.), Moor, 314. 357. 359.
and founds the Monastery of King's 779. Bond by him to his brother, 771. "CRUSADER'S RETURN, TEE," 681.
Case, 491-2. His arrangements for the ** CASTLE OF THE SEVEN SHIELDS," * Cumnor Hall," poem of, 548.
Battle of Bannockburn, 495. Encoun- ballad of the, 527.

Cunningham, Allan, his ballad poetry,
ter with Sir Henry de Bohun, 459. 496. Castilians, their skill in fighting with 559. Critical remarks on Auchindrade,
Battle of Bannockburn, 460 to end of darts, 61.

795, n.
the poem, and 495 to end of the notes. Catiline, death of, 506, n.

Cup, a drinking one, at Danevegan, 474.
Disinterment of his remains at Dun- Cave, Mac-Alister's, in Strathaird, 485. * Cureh, the,' worn by Seottish mal-
fermline, 437, n.

Caxton, William, 117.
Edward, brother of King Robert, Celts, the, 541. Their music and poetry, “CYPRESS WREATH, TRE,” 335.
489, 493.

rons, 250.

541-2. 567-8.
Nigel, another brother of the Chalmers, George, his “Caledonia," 163.

D.
King, 480.

His edition of Sir David Lindsay's DACRE, families of, 70.
Sir John, of Kinross, 549.
Works, 166. 268.

Dabomay, spell of, 402.
Mrs., of Arnot, ib.
Chapel Perilous, 86. 154.

Dalhousie, Earl of, tribute to, 645.
Brunne, Robert de, 540. 546.

Chapman, Walter, an early Scottish prin- Dalkeith, Charles, Earl of (afterwanda
Brunswick, Duke of, slain at Jena, 104, See " Millar and Chapman. Duke of Buccleuch), dedication of
105. ** Bryce Snailstoot's Advertise- Charles I., King, 364. 369.

"The Lay of the Last Minstrel" to,
ment,” 700.

--X. of France, in Edinburgh, 16. See Buccleuch.
Brydone, Patrick, Esq., 177.
125, n.

Harriet, Countess of (afterward
Buccaniers, 309. 357. 360. 362, 365.

Prince Edward, one of his places Duchess of Buccleuch), 12. See also
Buccleuch, ancestors of the house of, 17, of retreat, 242.

Buccleuch.
n. 54, 55, 56. Romantic origin of the Charms, healing, 31. 67.

Town and Castle of, 607.
name, 76.
Charter-stones, 492

Dalzell, (now) Sir J. G., his collection of
Charles, Duke of, 95, n. Chace, the royal, in Ettrick Forest, 160. Scottish poems, 550.
LETTERS IN VERSE to, 645. 673. Chastity, punishment for broken vows of, Sir William, his combat with Sir
Harriet, Duchess of, 12.95, n. 102. 164.

Piers Courtenay, 156.
Death of, 412. Tribute to her Memo- Chatterton, Thomas, 558.

“DANCE OF DEATH, The," 654.
“CHEVI0T, 631.

Danes, the, invasion of Northenberland
and Monmouth, Anne, Du- "Chevy Chase," 539, 540.

by. 323. 366. Traces of their religioa
chess of, 18, n.
"Child of Elle, The,'' 548.

in Teesdale, 366.
Buchan, Mr. Peter, his Collection of Bal Chivalry, 38. 66. 72. 76. 369.

Daoine Shi", or "men of peace," 176.
lads, 552.
“ Christ's Kirk on the Green," 543.

259, 260.
Buchanan of Arnprior, King of Kip- Christmas, 137. 173.

David I., King, founded Melrose Abbey,
pen,

Cid, the, in Spain, metrical poems of, 538. 60. A sore saint for the crown, 23,
Burns, Robert, his "Scots wha' hae wi' "Claus Halcro's VERSES," 695, 696. * Dead bell,' the, 164.
Wallace bled," 497. Structure of 698.

Death of Leith-ball, poem of the, 552
Verse used by him, 543. The poet Claverhouse, Grahame of. See Dundee. Death, presages of, 250.
most capable to relieve and height- Clerk, Sir George, his tenure of Penny- | “DEATH CHANT," 722
en the character of ancient poetry, cuik, 606. 703, n.

OF KEELDAR, TUE,"7
559.

John, Esq., of Eldin, author of an Debateable Land, the, 77.
Bury, Lady Charlotte, introduced the Essay upon Naval Tactics, 604, n. Deloraine, lands of, 58.

author to M. G. Lewis, 565, and to John, Esq. (Lord Eldin), 711, n. ** Doxald Card's come again," 6T6.
Lady Anne Hamilton, 602.

William, Esq., 573.

Donjon, what, 156.
Byron, Lord, Remarks on a conversation "CLEVELAND's Songs," 698.

* Don RODERICK, THE Visios or,"
betwixt him and Captain Medwin, Coir-nan-Uriskin, 209. 252.

269.
13. 572. His Satire on Marmion, 81. Coleridge, S. T., his “ Ancient Marin- "Doom or DEVORGOIL," 753.
Lines on Pitt and Fox, 85, 86. Re- er,"! 474. 559. His “Christabel," 13. Douglas, the House of. 177. Ancient
semblance between part of Parasina "The Bridal of Triermain," an imita- sword belonging to, 172.
and a scene in Marmion, 101, n. No- tion of his style, 408.

Archibald, third Earl of, called
tice by him of the imitators of Sir Wal- Colkitto, 470.

“Tine-man,'' 245. 730.
ter Scott, 294, n., 295, n. His imita- Collins, his flights of imagination, 383.

** The Good Lord James' chary
tion of a passage in the Lord of the 410.

ed to carry the Bruce's heart to the Hels
Isles, 454, n. Notes on Waterloo, 291. Colman's “ Random Records," 753. Land, 481. In Arran, 490. Makes
502 to 507, passim. Poem on his moth- Colwulff, King of Northumberland, 100. prisoners of Murray and Bonkle, 2
er's marriage, 552. Parallel passages 163.

Often took the Castle of Douglas. 46
from, 203, n., 279. 297. 302. 321. 387. Combat, single, 38. 66. 72, 73. 132. 172. His “ Larder," ib. At Bannockburn,
421. 433. 443. 454. 503. 508.
223. 263.

460. 495. 497. 499.

ter.

ry, 466.

» 268.

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66

Donglas, Wm., eighth Earl of, stabbed Erskine, Thomas Lord, speech of, on hu- Fraser (or Frizel], Sir Simon, ancestor of
by K. James II. in Stirling Castle, 225. manity towards animals, 498.

the family of Lovat, fate of, 480.
264.

William, E-q. (Lord Kinnedder), Frederick II., King of Prussia, under-
William, " the knight of Liddes- consulted by Scoti on his attempts in

valued the literature of his country,
dale," 24. 61.

composition, 14. Dedication to the 562.
Gawain, Bishop of Dunkeld, 143. Third Canto of Viarmion, 104, Pas- “FREDERICK AND ALICE," 618.

of Kilspindie, affecting story of, sage in Rokeby quoted by him as de- French army in the Peninsula, move
265.

scriptive of the Author, 316. Reputed ments of applied to in the prophecies of
Doune Castle, 225.
author of The Bridal of Triermain," Joel, 289.

Retreat of, March, 1811,
DRAMATIC PIECES, “Halidon Hill," 413. 521.

289.
729. " Macduff's Cross,'' 748. "The Mrs., Epitaph on, 685.

Frere, Right Hon. J. H. A writer in the
Doom of Devorgoil," 753. ** Auchin- Essay on POPULAR POETRY,” 537. "Antijacobin," 124, n.; 812. His
drane,"784.
• The House of Aspen,”

ON IMITATIONS OF THE AN- imitations of the ancient ballad, 558.
812.

CIENT BALLAD." 355.

“Friar Rush, 116. 166.
Drinking to excess, custom of, in the Ettrick Forest, 160.

“ FROM THE FRENCH,” 657.
Western Islands, 475.

Eugene Aram, remarkable case of, 361. Fuentes de Honoro, action of, 290.
Dryburgh Abbey, 595.

Evans, Mr. T., his collection of Ballads, Fullarton of Kilmichel, family of, 495.
Dryden, his account of his projected epio 548.

“FUNERAL Hyun," 683.
poem of “The Round Table," 155.

Mr. R. H., his republication of
Duelling, 263, 264.
that Collection, 548.

G.
Duergar (northern dwarfs), 259.

* Eve of St. John,'' 594. See also 568. Gala, the river, 415.
Duff, Adam, Esq., 645, n.

573.

“GAELIC MELODY, ANCIENT," 689.
Dundas, Right Honorable William, 14, Evil principle, the, 716.

Galt, John, Esq., epilogue to his tragedy
n.; 18, n. ; 81.

Ezekiel, quotation from the prophecies of, of " The Appeal," 675.
Dundee, Viscount (Graham of Claver- 121, n.

Garlands (small ballad miscellanies),
house), 33. His character, 243.

543. 555.
Dunmailraise, 384.

F.

"GELLATLEY's, Davie," Songs, 648.
Dunois, Romance of,” 656.

Fac-SIMILE of Sir Walter Scott's Manu- 650. 652.
Dunolly Castle, 473.
script of The LADY OF THE LAKE (for

Janet, alleged witch-
Dunstaffnage Castle, 473.

page 202), placed after the Contents. craft, 650.
D'Urfey's Pills to Purge Melancholy, 557. Fain, meaning of, 322, n.

George IV., King, his opinion of the au-
Durham Cathedral, 521.
Fairies, 165. 259, 260, 261. 285.

thor's poetry, 238, n. LINES on his
" Dying BARD, THE,” 634.

" Fair Maid of PERTH," Verses from Visit to Scotland, 702, 703, 704.
GIPSY SMUGGLER, Tue," 658. the, 721-4.

“ GERMAN Ballads, translated or imi-
“Fair Rosamond," ballad of, 555.

tated,” 609 to 626.
E.

Fancy, power of, in youth, 305. Lines German hackbut-men, 70.
EDELFLED, daughter of King Oswy, 99. on, from Beattie, ib., n.

- language, similarity of the, to the
162.

* FAREWELL TO MACKENZIE, High Old English and Scottish, 567.
Edinburgh, ancient cross of, 133-4. 172. Chief of Kintail," from the Gaelic,

literature, introduction of, into
Old Town of, 124. 169.
652.

this country, 562. Afterwards fell into
Magazine, the, critical notice

IMITATION of," 653. disrepute, 812.
from, 408.

to the Muse," 702. Ghaist's Warning, the, translated from
Review, the, critical extracts

SONG OF THE," 339.

the Danish Kæmpe Viser, 257.
from, on the Lay of the Last Minstrel, • Felon Sow of Rokeby," hunting of the, Ghost of the Lady Bothwellhaugh, 603.
16, 17, 18, 19. 23. 31. 33. 43. 48, 49, 50, by the Friars of Richmond, 371. Gifford, village and castle of, 107. 164.
51. 53. On Marmion, 85. 92. 101. 104. | Ferragus and Ascabart, 190, 242. Gilbert, Davies, Esq., 557, n.
132. 143. 146, 147. 151, 152. On the Feuds, 55, 56, 57. 784.

Gili-Doir Magrevollích, the conception of,
Lady of the Lake, 183. 196. 201, 202, * FIELD OF WATERLOO," poem of the, 249.
203. 205. 208. 217. 225. 230. 238, 239. 502.

Gil Morrice, ballad of, 571.
On the Vision of Don Roderick, 276. Fiery Cross, the, 201, 202. 248.

Glamour, 29. 65.
280. 283-4. And on the Lord of the 'Fingal's Cave at Staffa, 440. 487.

GLEE-MAIDEN," Song of the, 722.
Isles, 414. 420. 423, 424. 451. 461. 465. Finlay, Mr. John. his collection of bal- Glee-maidens, 231. 266.
467.

lads, 551.

His imitations of the ballad Glencairn * The Good Earl" of, 601.
Edward I., King, his vindictive spirit, style, 559.

603. 802.
481. His employment of the Welsh in Fire King,'' ballad of the, 616. "GLENCOE, on the Massacre of,” 642.
his Scottish wars, 494. sets out to de-

573.

" GLENFINLAS,” 589.
stroy the Bruce, 438. 486. His death, Flanders, manner of reaping in, 511. Glenfruin, conflict of', between the Mac-
486.

Fletcher, his comedy of Monsieur Thom- gregors and the Colquhouns, 246.
II. at Bannockburn, 461. His

Glengarry. See Macdonnell.
gallantry, 499. His flight, ib.

Flodden, account of the battle of, 146. Goblin-Hall, the, 164.
III., Motto on his shield, 546. 178.

Goblin-Page, Lord Cranstoun's, 64.
"EDWARD THE BLACK PRINCE, To the "Flodden Field," an ancient English Goethe, 562. 812.
Memory of,'' 673.

poem, extracts from, 88, n.; 167–8. Golagrus and Gawane, the knightly tale
Egliston Abbey, 307. 360. Visited by 178.

of, 544, n.
Scott, 319.

Florinda, daughter of Count Julian, 285. Goldsmith, Oliver, his imitations of ballad
Eigg, cave in the Island of, the scene of Flower of Yarrow," Mary Scott, 71.
a dreadful act of vengeance, 487.

161.

“GOLDTHRED's Song,” 692.
Eildon Hills, 63.
"Flying Dutchman, the," 361.

Gordon, Adam, gallant conduct of, at
* Elfin Gray, the," translated from the Following" (feudal retainers), 128, n. Homildon Hill, 730.
Danish, 255.

Football,
game of, 74. 657.

Colonel, the Hon. Sir Alexander,
Ellis, George, Esq., critical notices by, 50, Forbes, Sir William (author of “The killed at Waterloo, 509.

n.; 124. 153. Dedication to him of the Life of Beattie"), tribute to his memo- Grime, or Grahame, families of; 77, 243.
Fifth Canto of Marmion, 124.
ry, 115, 166.

291.
“ELSPETH'S BALLAD,” 663.

son of the preceding, 115, 115, n. Graham, Rev. Dr., Notes from his
Elves, 260. See · Fairies."

“ FOR A' THAT, AN' A' THAT," 644. Sketches Perthshire, 185 passim
Encampment, Scottish mode of, in 1547, Forgeries of documents, 176.

263.
169.
FORTUNE, Lines on,” 726.

Sir John the, 243. 291.
Ennni, 512. 536.

"FORTUNES OF NIGEL,” Mottoes from Sir Thomas, Lord Ly nedoch, 291,
Epic Poem, a receipt to make an, 380.

the, 705-8.

"Gray BROTHER, THE,” 604.
Poetry, 379.
Foster-children, 368.

Greta Bridge, 360.
* EPILOGUES." To The Appeal, a Fox, Right Honorable Charles James, · River, 308. 316. 360, 361. 364.

Tragedy, 675. Play of St. Ronan's "among those who smiled on the ad- "Grey Mare's Tail,” the, a cataract
Well, 713. Queen Mary, 714.

venturous minstrel," 14. Never ap- 161.
“ EPITAPHS."'-- Miss Seward, 639. Jon plied to by Scott regarding his appoint- Grotto on the estate of Strathaird, de-

o' ye Girnell, 663. Balfour of Burley, ment as a Clerk of Session, 81. Trib- scription of, 485.
666. Mrs. Erskine, 685. The Rev. ute to his memory, 85. His compliment Guisards of Scotland, 174.
George Scoit, 726.

to the author of "The Monk,” 564. Gunn, John, a noted Highland cateran,
“ ERL KING, THE," 626.
Franchemont, superstitious belief regard-

story of, 262.
Errol, Earl of, 704.

ing the Castle of, 139. 176.

“Guy MANNERING,” Verses from, 658.

as, 554.

poetry, 559.

[graphic]

637.

9

H.
Hostelrie. See Inn.

** The House of Aspen" in relation to
HADDINGTON, CHARLES, tenth Earl of, Hotspur. See Percy.

the stage, 812
703.

Hot-irod, the, pursuit of Border Mara - Kendal, a contemporary of Thouss the
Haig of Bemerside, family of, 578. 588.

ders, 75.

Rhymer, 546.
Hailes, Lord, 474. 491. 495. 711. “ House of Aspen, Tue," a tragedy, “ KENILWORTH," Verres from, GP-4.
Hairibee, 21.
812.

Speech of the Poner at,
“ HalbeRT GLENDINNING, TO," 686. Howard, Lord William, " Belted Will 693.
's INCANTATION," u.
Howard," 70.

Kennedy, Sir Gilbert, of Barzanie, 765.
ECOND INTERVIEW," 687. Howell ap Rys, a Welsh chieftain, 377.

Sir Thomas, of Carlayne, 184.
" HALIDOx Hill," a dramatic sketeh, Howison of Braehead, his adventure with Ker or Carr, family of, 57.

James V., 268,

Kerrs and Scotts, fends of the, ze.
Halkett, Mrs., of Wardlaw, author of " Houlat, the Buke of the," 542, n. " Kempe Piser, the," a collection of
"Hardyknute," 549.

Hunting, 184, 185, 186. 240. 365. 600. heroic songs, 255.
Hall, Captain Basil, 509, n

613.

King's Case, well and monastery of, 01.
Sir James, 61. 509, n.

aðrial, superstition of, 613. Kinloch, Mri G. R., his collection of bal
Hamilton, family of, 598.
· Hanting-mass," 93.

lads, 551.
Alexander, Duke of, 703. " HUNTING SONG,' 638.

Kirkwall, charch and castle of, 78.
Rigbt Hon. Lady Anne, 600. "Huntsman, Lay of the Imprisoned," Kittie Nine Steps," the, 310, a.
of Both wellhaugh, account of 236.

Knighthood, 72.
his assassination of the Regent Murray, Huntly, Marquis df, the last Duke of
599.
Gordon, 704.

L.
Lord Claud, 603.
“HYMN FOR THE DEAD," 52.

" LADY OF THE LAKE, ** 180.
Robert, Esq., advocate, 645, n.

FUNERAL," 683.

| Laidlaw, Mr. William, 621, a.
Sir Thomas, Lord Advocate

REBECCA's," 682.

Laing, Mr. David, his Seleet Remains of
(temp. Jac. VI.), 789.

TO THE VIRGIN," 210.

the Ancient Popular Poetry of Scot
Right Hon. W. G. (Single-

land, 543, 3.
speech Hamilton), 395, n.

I.

Lancey, Sir William de, killed at Water
Hardyknute, ballad of, 54. 519. 558. ** I ASKED OF MY HARP," Song, 715. loo, 508, n.
The first poem the author learnt, 558, n. Ilay, Island of, 470.

Largs, Battle of, 165,
“Harlaw, the Battle of," an ancient bal- Inch-Cailliach (the Isle of Nuns), 251. “LAY OF THE Last MIXSTREL," 9.
lad, 544.
Indians, the North American, 362.

--- Poor Lorise," 721.
HAROLD THE DAUNTLESS," 512. Inn, or Hostelrie, Scottish accommoda-

THE IMPRISONED Hunts-
HARFAGER, Song of," 695. tions of an, in the 16th century, 161.

MAN," 236.
- HARP, Song of the," 337.
Iol of the heathen Danes, 173,

Learmont, Thomas, see - Thomas of Er
“ HATTERAICK, DIRK, Song of," 659. Irish, the ancient Tanistry, 367. Dress, celdoune."
Hawks, 76.

ib. Bards, 374. Chiefs required to as- “ LEGEND OF MONTROSE,” Verses from
Hawthornden, 605, 607, n.

sist Edward I. in his Scottish wars, 494. the, 681.
Hayley, William, Esq., 561.

Isles, Western, of Scotland, 470. 474 to Lennel house, seat of Patrick Brydone,
Hayman, Mrs., 105, n.

476. 483.

Esq., 177.
“TEALTH TO Lord MELVILLE, " IVANHOE," Verses from, 681-684. Lennox, district of the, 246.
" HEART OF Mid-LOTHIAN, Verses

** Lenore," Bürger's, 506.
from the, 677-679.

J.

Leprosy, 491.
Heath-burning, 252.

JACOBITISM, the last contests of, recited i Leslie, Charles, a ballad-singer, 551.
Heber, Richard, Esq., dedication of the in ballads, 557.

. Lesly, General David, at the battle of
sixth canto of Marmion to, 138. James I., King of Scotland, his " Christ Marston Moor, 358.
Hebridean chiefs, fortresses of, 474. Kirk on the Green," 543. His educa- i " LETTERS IN VERSE" to the Duke of
** BELLVELLYN,” 633.

tion and poetry, 546.

Buccleuch, 645, 646.
Henry VI., King of England, at Edin- III., rebellion against, 168. In-

" to J. G. Lock-
burgh, 169.

ventory of his treasure and jewels, 492. hart, Esq., on the composition of Nai-
Hepburn, family of, 74. See Both well. IV. His person and dress,' 128. da's Epitaph, 712.
Heraldry, 72. 157. 166.

Penance of, 168. His belt, 170. Ap | Leven, Earl of, 357, 358.
Herd, Mr. David, his collection of Scot- parition to, at Linlithgow, 168. Death i Lewis, M. G., some particulars respect
tish songs, 549 711.
of, at Flodden, 179.

ing him, 563. His " Monk,"564. His
Herdler's popular ballads, or Volkslieder, · V. in minority, 244. Quells the poetry, ib. His “ Tales of Wonder,"
571.

Border robbers, 247. His progress to ! 569. His correspondence with the an-
Heriot or Herezeld, 35, n.

the Isles, ib. Why called King of thor, 572.
Heron, William, of Ford, and his lady, the Commons," 265. His attachment | Leyden, Dr. John, bis “Spectre Ship."
129. 157. 170.

to archery, ib. Adventures in disguise, 362. Ballad poetry, 559. A Contrib-
of Gilmerton, 604.
267.

utor to Lewis's "Tales of Wonder,"
“Hero's Targe," a rock in Glenfinlas, VI., his conduct respecting the 569. lis Ballad of The Cloud King,"
211. 254.
Mures of Auchindrane, 788.

573. His death, 138, n. : 441. 487.
Highlanders, Scottish, their hospitality, Jamieson, Rev. Dr. John, his edition of Lham-dearg, the Spirit of Glenmore, 163.

243. Music, 196. 243. 245. The Bard, * Wallace and Bruce," 414, 500, n. 250.
a family officer, 243. Epithets of their

Mr. Robert, his collection of Lichfield Cathedral stormed in the civil
chiefs, 245. Boal-songs, 246. Hardi- ballads, 551. 588.
hood, 27. Henchman, ib. Tutelar Jeffrey, Francis, now Lord, his success Lindesay, Sir David, of the Mount, 117.
spirits, 250. Brogue or shoe, ib. Cor- professionally and in literature, 10. 14. Edition of his works by Mr. George
onach, 206. 251. Respect paid to their Extracts from his Criticisms on Scott's Chalmers, 167.
chiefs, 252. Oaths, ib. Body guards poetry. See Edinburgh Review.

Lord of the Byres, 603.
and domestic officers of the chiefs, “JOCK OF HAZELDEAN,” 660.

Lindisfarne, or Holy Island, 161.
253. Cookery, 201. Creaghs or fo- Joel, application of a passage from the i "LINES ON FORTUNE," 72.
rays, 262. Trust-worthiness, ib. Tar- Prophecies of, 289.

TO SIR CUTHBERT SHARP,"
gets and Broadswords, 264. Modes of Johnson, Dr., his ridicule of the ballad | 721.
inquiring into futurity, 253. Ancient style, 560. Reflections on visiting Iona, ... os CAPTAIN WOGAN," 651.
custom respecting marriage, 479.

When with Poetry dealing,"
Hogg, Mr. James, “ The Ettrick Shep- Jongleurs, or Jugglers, 266.

719.
herd," his “ Mountain Bard," 161. Julian, Count, 285. 287.

See JUVENILE."
164. His story of the “Dead Bell,'' ** JUVENILE Lines from Virgil,” 627. Linlithgow Palace, description of, 119, n.
ib. " Pilgrims of the Sun," 467, n.

on a Thunder Storm," Littlecote Hall, story of a murder com-
“Poetic Mirror," 413. His ballad ib.

mitted in, 375.
poetry, 559.

on the Setting Sun,” Llywarch Hen, a translation from the
Holy Island, or Lindisfarne, 161.

ib.

heroc elegies of, 374.
Home, family of, 74.

Loch Coriskin, 432, 433. 483, 484.
Lord Cbamberlain to James IV.,

K.

Lochard, description of, 185.
his conduct at Flodden, 179.
KEITH, Sir Alexander, 705.

"LOCHINVAR," Lady Heron's song, 129.
Homer, 89, n.; 380. 537, 538, 539. Kelpy, a river spirit, 250.

Loch Katrine, 181, n. ; 187.
Homildon-hill, battle of, 729.

“ KEMBLE, JOHN PHILIP, his Farewell Loch of the Lowes, 96. 161.
Horsemanship, 170.

Address on taking leave of the Edin- Loch Ranza, 441. 488.
llorses, shrieking of, in agony, 462, 498. burgh stage,” 671. His opinion of Loch Skene, 96. 161.

war, 179.

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“LOCKHART, J. G., Esq., Letter in Verse March-treason, 37. 72.

"Mottoes from the Waverley Novels,"
to, on the Composition of Maida's Epi- " MARMION; À TALE OF FLODDEN- 663 passim 728.
taph," 712.

Field," 80.

Mull, the Sotand of, 470.
Lockhart's Life of Sir WALTER Marmion, family of, 156.

Mummers, English, 174.
Scott," Notes Explanatory and Criti-

Robert de, 173.

Marder, superstition formerly resorted to
cal from, 14, 15. 17, 18. 46. 50. 53. 81, Marriott, Rev. Jobn, dedication to him of for the discovery of, 773.
82. 85. 105. 153. 180, 181, 182, 183. 270. the Second Canto of Marmion, 94. Mure, John of Auchindrane, 784. His
289. 284. 319. 353. 355. 381. 408, 409. Marston-Moor, Battle of, 357-359.

son James, 787.
412. 468. 510. 512. 597. 602, 606. 621. Martin, Rev. John, minister of Mertoun, Murray, Thomas, Randolph, Earl of, at
626, 6:27, 628. 631. 637. 639, 645. 665.
106, n.

Bannockburn, 460. 494, 495, 496, 497.
672. 721. 726.

Dr. John, his description of the the Regent, death of, 599.
- Lord Henry and Fair Catherine,” bal- Western Highlands, 249.

Mr. William, manager of the
lad of, 557.

Mary, Queen of Scots (Epilogue), 714. Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh, 714.
LORD OF THE Isles," 412.

" MASSACRE OF GLENCOE,"' on the, 642. “MY AUT MARGARET'S MIRROR,"
* Lord of the Isles," 470. Controversy Massena, Marshal, 289, 290, ib.

Mottoes from, 721.
regarding the representation of the, 471. Maurice, Abbot of Inchaffray, 497. Mysteries, ancient, 174.
Lorn, the House of, 473.

Mauthe-Doog, the, Isle of Man, 79.
Love, power of, 19. The gift of heaven, Mayburgh, mound at, 385. 411.

N.
Mazers, drinking cups, 492.

NEAL NAIGHVALLACH, an Irish King of
" Lucky MacLeary's Tavern," Scene Medwyn's, Captain, remarks on his Con- the fonrth or ti fih century, 369.
in, 649.

versations of Lord Byron, 15. 572, 573. “Neck Verse," the, 21.
“Lucy Ashton's SONG," 678. Melbourne, Lord, 572.

Necromancy, 57, 58. 75.
Lynedoch, Lord, 291.
Melrose Abbey, 22, 23. 60, 61.

Nelson, Lord, tribute to the memory of,
LYRICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS PIE-

battle of, 56.

84. 112." Unpleasant chapter in his
CES," in the order of their composition Melville, Henry, Lord Visc., " HEALTH history."' 794, n.
or publication, 627-728.

To," a song on his acquittal in 1806, Newark Castle, on the Yarrow, 17.
LYRICAL PIECES. See Songs.

637. Death of, in 1811, 269.

Nicholas, Grand-Duke (now Emperor) of
* LYULPH's Tale," 385.

Robert, Lord, 704.

Russja,“ VERSES sung after a din-
Men of Peace." See Daoine Shi. ner given to bim at Edinburgh,” 662.
M.
Merlin, 271. 285. 580, 581. 588.

No, John, I will not own the book,"
MACDONALD, Ranald, Esq., of Staffa, “ MERMAIDS AND MERMEN," Song of 652.
LINES ADDRESSED TO, 645.
the, 695.

“NOBLE MORINGER, THE," 621.
Macdonell, the late Colonel Ronaldson, Mickle, W. J., his imitations of ballad Nora's Vow,” 661.
of Glengarry, 704.
poetry, 548. 554. 559.

Norham Castle, 155.
Macdonalds suffocated in the Cave of Milan, artists of, their skill in armory, "NORMAN HORSE-Shoe, The," 634.
Eigg, 487.
156.

The Forester's Song,'' 678.
MacDougal, of Lorn, family of, 473. 476. Millar and Chapman, their Miscellany, “NORNA's SONGS

INCANTA-
" MacDuff's Cross," 748.

the earliest surviving specimen of the TIONS, 696-700.
MacDuff, law of the clan, ib.

Scottish press, 544.

North Berwick, 135.
Macallister's cave in Strathaird, descrip- Millar, Colonel, of the Guards, 509.
tion of, 485.
Mingarry Castle, 470.

0.
MacGregor, Rob Roy, 254. 662, n. Minstrels, order and office of, 545. 555. “OLD MORTALITY," Verses from, 666.
* MacGREGOR's GATHERING," 661. ** MINSTRELSY OF THE Scottish Bor- Oman, Mr., 703.
“MacIvor's, FLORA, SONG," 650. DER," Scott's Contributions to, viz., O'Neale, family of, 367.

MacLEAN, WAR SONG, OF LACH- Introductory Remarks on Popular Po- “ ON ETTRICK FOREST's MOUNTAINS
LAN," High Chief of, 653.

etry, 537. Appendix to, 553. Essay Dun," 701.
MacLellan, tutor of Bomby, beheaded by on Imitations of the Ancient Ballad, “ON THE Massacre of GLENCOE,"
the Earl of Angus, 177.
555. Appendix to, 571. Imitations

612
MacKay, Mr. Charles, of the Edinburgh of the Ancient Ballad, 574-608. Orelia, the courser of Don Roderick, 275.
Theatre, 713.
Minto Crags, 59.

287.
MacKenzie, Colin, Esq., of Portmore, MONASTERY,” Verses from the, 685– Orleans, Duke of, his poetical exercises in
115, n.
690.

English, 546.
Henry, Esq., his Essay on Monk, Lewis's Romance of the, 564. " ORPHAN MAID, Tue,"' 680.
Gerinan literature, 562.

" Monks of Bangor's Marcu,” 672. Otterbourne, Battle of, 61. 142.
the Hon. Mrs. Stewart, 654, n. Monmouth, Duke of, 18, n.

Ovid, 10. 784.
High Chief of Kintail," FARE- Montague, dedication of Marmion to, 83.
WELL TO," 652, IMITATION of, 653. His collection of ballads destroyed by

P.
Mackintosh, Sir James, his Opinion of the

Padua, a school of necromancy, 20.57.
Lay of the Last Ainstrel, 24, n.; 46, Monthly Review, critical notices from, Page, the order of the, in chivalry, 369.

11.; and Lady of the Lake, 183, 1. on the Lay, 16. Marmion, 84. 94. 96. Paisley, 601.
“MACKRIM MON's LAMENT," 675. 102. 145. 151, 152. The Lady of the PALMER, THE," 635.
MacLeod of MacLeod, family of, 428, Lake, 221. The Vision of Don Roder- Palmers, 159.
n.; 675.

ick, 272. 275. 277. Rokeby, 305, 306. PARDONER's Advertisement, The,"
MacLeod, Laird of, his Cruel Revenge on 312. 314. 332. 335. 346, 350.354. The 691.
the Macdonalds of Eigg, 487.

Lord of the Isles, 424. 438. 440. 455. Park, Thomas, his edition of Ritson's
MacNeil of Barra, family of, 474.

461. 463. 467. The Field of Waterloo, Collection of Songs, 550.
MacPherson, James, publisher of Ossian's 506; and on Halidon Hill, 744. 747. Passion, the ruling, 105. Lines from
Poems, 549. 568.

Montrose, James, first Marquis of, 243. Pope on, 105, n.
“MADGE WILDFIRE's Songs,'' 677- Moors, the invasion of Spain by, 285. Peden, Alexander, 604.
678.

Moore, Sir John, omission of bis name in Peel-town, Castle of, Isle of Man, 79.
"Maggie Lauder," song of, 554.

the poem of Don Roderick," the au- Penance vaults, 164.
Magic, 62, passim, 66. 75. 165. 176. 309, thor censured for, 284. 290.

Penrith, Round table" of, 385. 410.
1. ; 361. 364,

Moore, Thomas, Esq., his imitations of Pepys, Secretary, his collection of ballads,
"MAID OF NEIDPATH, THE,'' 636. the ballad style, 559.

fire, 544.

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543.
" Maid or Toro. The,” 635.

Morritt, B. S., Esq., letter to, on the Pepper, Father, 567.
Maida, Battle of, 510.

death of Lord Melville and President Percy, Bishop, his copy of “Chevy
Maida's Epitaph, Letter on the Compo- Blair, 270. On the Vision of Don Rod- Chace," 540. * Reliques of Ancient
sition of, 712.

erick, 284. Dedication to him of Roke- Poetry," 545. Imitations of the an-
"Major BELLENDEN's Song,” 666.

by, 296.

Letter on Rokeby, 319. cient ballad," 559.
Maitland MSS., 549.

"Morte Arthur,'' romance of the, ex- Henry, at Homildon Hill, 729.
Sir Richard, of Lethington, 16th tract from regarding the " Chapell Per- Thomas, his defence of the bishop
century, poem by, 158.
ilous,'' 154.

against Ritson's criticism, 548.
Makers (of poetry), the, 538, 539. Mortham Castle, description of, 362, “Peveril OF THE PEAK," Mottoes
Malefactors, infatuation of, 311. 361. Morton, Earl of, Regeni, 244, 601.

from, 707-709.
Mallet, David, his imitations of ballad Moss-troopers, 59. See Borderers. "Pharos Loquitur,” 645.
poetry, 560.

Motherwell, William, his collection of Philipson, Major Robert, called “Robin
Mammon, 784.
ballads, 551.

the Devil,'' 378.
March, - Black Agnes," Countess of, Mottoes, "sooner make than find them," Pibroch, the, 245.
577.
665.

“ PIBROCH OF DONALD Duu," 660.

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song, 556.

555.

Picton, Sir Thomas, 508.
“Rob Roy," Verses from, 673.

Sea-fire, phenomenon so called, 474.
Picts, the, a Celtic race, 541.

Robin Hood, 226. 265. 538. 544. 550. Seaforth, the last Earl of, 653, a.
Pilgrims, 159.

Rogers, Samuel, Esq., “the Bard of Seal, its taste for maxic, 416. 470.
Pinkerton, John, his collection of ballads, Memory," 561.

* SEARCH AFTER HAPPIXESS, the; c,
549. 711, List of Scottish poets, 549. Roderick, Gothic King of Spain, defeat- the Quest of Sallaug Solimann.
** PIRATE,” Verses from the, 694-701. ed and killed by the Moors, 285. 287. 667.
Pisistratus, Homer's Works collected by, His enchanted cavern, 286. 289. See Seatoun, Christopher, fate of, 480.
538.

Don Roderick.

Second-sight, account of the, 241. 593.
Pitcairn, Robert, Esq., editor of "Crim- " ROKEBY," 292.

"SECRET TRIBUNAL RHYMES," 71.
inal Trials of Scotland," 789. Ex- Rokeby Castle, 307. 360. 370.

* Selectors of the slain," 78.
tracts from his work, 785, 786. 789.

family of, 360, 370.

“SEMPACH, BATTLE OF,” 619.
** PITT CLUB of Scotland, Songs writ-

Felon Sow of, 371.

Serendib, 667.
ten for the,” 644, 645.

Roman antiquities at Greta Bridge, 360. ! " SETTING SUN," Juvenile Lines on the
Pitt, Right Hon. William, 638. “ Among

camp, at Ardoch, 263.

627.
those who smiled on the adventurous “ROMANCE OF Dunois," 656.

Seven Spears of Wedderburn, 40.
minstrel," 14. Procured for Scott the Romance literature, birth of, 169.

Shields, the Castle of the, ballad
office of Clerk of Session, 80, 81. Trib- Romilly, Sir Samuel, his opinion of the of, 527.
utes to his memory. 84. 152. His grave Lady of the Lake, 230, n.

Seward, Miss Anna, criticisens by,
beside that of Mr. Fox, 85, 86.

Rose, William Stewart, Esq., dedication n. ; 33, n.; 50, r. Letter to. 50, ..
Plotcock, summons of, preceding the bat- to, of the First Canto of Marmion, 83. Epitaph designed for her moalment,
tle of Flodden, 134. 173. 655.
Roslin, 78. 607.

639.
“ POACHER, THE,"640.

Ross, John, Earl of, his treaty with King Seymour, Lord Webb, 375.
* POETRY, POPULAR, Introductory Re- Edward IV., 469.

Shakspeare, his description of a popala
marks on," 537. Continuation of the William, Earl of, deed containing
subject under the title of " Essay on his submission to King Robert Bruce, Shane-Dymas, an Irish chieftain in the
the Imitations of the Ancient Ballad,"
496.

reign of Elizabeth, 369.
Sir Walter, 489.

* Sharpe, Sir Cuthbert, LINES to," 721.
“ POETRY, ROMANTIC, Remarks on," “Round Table," 154. 410.

Sharpe, Charles K., Esq., of Hoddan,
379.
Roxburghe Club, the, 712.

541, n. ; 551, n. , 753.
State of the art of, at the end

John, Duke of, 543, 568. Shaw, Mr. James, notice of a list of Sir
of the 18th century, 561.
Rum, Island of, 487.

Walter Scott's publications prepared
Poniatowski, Count, 507.

Russell, Major-General Sir James, of by him, 567.
Ponsonby, Sir William, 508.

Ashestiel, 80.

Sheale, Richard, the author or transcriber
Pope, lines from, on the ruling passion, Rutherford, Miss Christian, aunt of Sir of Chevy Chase," 510. 554.
105, n.

Walter Scott, 180, 626.

** SHEPHERD'S TALE, THE," 629.
Priam, 115.

of Hanthill, family of, 76. Sheridan, Thomas, Esq., 365.
Pringle, the late Alexander, Esq., of

Shores wood, the priest of, 159.
Whytbank, 95, n.

s.

Sibbald, Mr. James, 711.
* PROPHECY, THE," 679.
ST. CLAIR, family of, 78.

Siddons, Mrs. Henry, EPILOGUES written
Pryse, "to sound the," 600. 602.
" Saint Cloud," 654.

for, 675. 714.
Pye, Henry James, Esq., 567.
Saint John, Vale of, 411.

1 Sidney, Sir Philip, his opinion of the bal-
St. Mary's Lake, 160.

lad of “Chevy Chase," 539, R. ; 540.
"ST. Rowan's WELL," Mottoes from,

556.
QUARTERLY REVIEW, critical notices 710.

Sinclair, Right Hon. Sir John, 705.
from, on the Lady of the Lake, 195. "Sr. SWITHIN's Chair," 649.

" Sir Charles Baudwin," Chatterton's
206. 223. Don Roderick, 272. 276. 278. Saints. St. Bride of Douglas, 79. Chad,

ballad of, 558.
283. Rokeby, 296. 300.350. 352. 354. 151. 179. Columba, 593. Cuthbert,

* Sir Caulin." 548.
Bridal of Triermain, 383. 385. 387, 388. 161, 162. 164. Dunstan, 243. Fillan, "Sir Eger, Sir Grime, and Sir Greysteil,"
392. 408. And Lord of the Isles, 414. 159. 593. George, 510. Hilda, 100. romances of, 541.
422. 429. 433. 437. 446. 466. 468.

162. Modan, 243. Mungo. 20. Oran,

“Sir Martyn," a forgotten poem of
“ QUENTIN DURWARD," Verses from, 593. Regulus (Scottice Rule), 159. ! Mickle, extract from, 554.
709-10.

Rosalia, 158. Serle, 225. Trimon, 798. “Sir Patrick Spens," old Scottish song

“Sale Room," the, an Edinburgh peri- of, 571:
R.
odical, 667, n. ; 671, n.

"Sir Tristrem," metrical romance of
RAE, Right Hon. Sir William, 115. Sallust, Extract from, on the Death of ** Thomas the Rymer," 542 558 583
Ramsay, Sir Alexander, of Dalhousie, Catiline, 506, n.

Skene, James, Esq.. of Rubislaw, dedi-
cruel murder of, 61.
Sangreal, the, 154.

cation to, of the Fourth Canto of Mar
Allan, structure of stanza used Saxons, the Anglo, their language, 542.

mion, 113
by him, 543. As a ballad collector, 546. 554; and poetry. 682.

Skirving, Mr., author of a Ballad on the
514. His “Tea-Table Miscellany,'' “Saxon WAR-SONG, 682.

Battle of Preston pans, 557.
73 544. And “ Vision," 549.

Scalds, antique poetry of the, 682. Sky, Island of, description of its scenery,
Captain, at the action of Fuen Scales-tarn, Lake of, 386.

432. 483
tes de Honoro, 290.
Schiller, 562, 563. 812.

Smailholm Tower, description of, 594.
Randolph, Thomas. See Murray. Schiltrum, signification of, 497, n. * Smith, Miss, LINES WRITTEN FOR,"
Rattling Roaring Willie, the Border min Scots Magazine, the, extracts from, 104. 671.
strel, 73,

536. 594.

Smith, "ir Sidney, Tribute to. 105.
Ravensheuch Castle, 50. 78.
Scots Greys, 704.

Smythe, Professor at Cambridge, 573.
Ravensworth Castle, 223.

Scott of Buccleuch. See Buccleuch. Snakes and Serpents, 78.
" REBECCA's HYMN," 682.

of Harden, family of, 71. 161. 174. Snood, worn by Scottish maidens, 23.
** Receipt to make an epic poem," 380. Hugh, Esq., of Harden, now Lord 250.
** Red Cross Knight, The," by Mickle, Polwarth, 174. 566, n. ; 568, n. His Snow, deseription of a man perishing in,
548.

lady, 566, n. ; 567. Inscription for the 114. 166.
Rede, Percy, 359.

monument of the Rev. John Scott, Snowdoun (Stirling), 238. 268.
"REDGAUNTLET," Verses from, 715. their son, 726.

"SOLDIER, WARE-Song," 715.
" REIVER'S WEDDING, THE," 631.

John, Esq., of Gala, 415, n. Soltier, Sir John, 71.
Repentance, tower of, 753.

Sir John, of Thirlestane, 70. Somerled, Lord of the Isles, 417, 470.
" RESOLVE, THE," 639.

Mary. "the Flower of Yarrow," Somerville, John, 15th Lord, 415, #. ,
Rere-Cross, on Stanmore, 365.

35. 71. 161.

701, n.
** RETURN TO ULSTER, THE," 659.
Sir Michael, 24. 62, 63.

Lord (temp. Jac. III.), anec
Riddell, family of, 60.

Miss Sophia, the author's daugh- dote of, 712, n.
Risingham, 359.

ter, 621, n.

SONGS-
Ritson, Joseph, his criticism of Percy's Robert, of Sandyknows, the au- Admire not that I gain'd the prize, 758.
“ Retiques," 545. His collection of
thor's grandfather, 106.

A Hawick gill of mountain dew, 713.
songs, 549. 711. “Robin Hood," 550. Walter, Lessudden, the author's Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh,
Robert the Bruce. See Bruce.
great-grandsire, 138. 174.

709.
Robertson, Rev. Principal, his account of Major Sir Walter, the author's eld- Ah, poor Louise ! the live-long day,
the death of the Regent Murray, 599.
est son, 657.

721.
Rob Roy, death-bed anecdote of, 235, n. -- and Kerr, feuds of the families of, Allan-a-Dale has no fagot for burning,
See Macgregor.
57.

323.

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