A Prayer, under the pressure of violent Anguish
The First Six Verses of the Ninetieth Psalm
To a Mountain Daisy
To Miss Logan, with Beattie's Poems, as a New-Year's Gift 109
Epistle to a Young Friend
On a Scotch Bard, gone to the West Indies
To a Haggis
A Dedication to
on seeing one on a Lady's Bonnet at Church 118
Address to Edinburgh
Epistle to John Lapraik, an old Scottish Bard
To the same
To William Simpson
Epistle to John Rankine, enclosing some Poems .
Lines written in Friars-Carse Hermitage, on Nith-side
Ode, sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Oswald
Elegy on Captain Matthew Henderson
Lament of Mary, Queen of Scots, on the Approach of Spring 140
Epistle to R. Graham, Esq.
To Robert Graham, of Fintry, Esq.
Lament for James, Earl of Glencairn
Lines, sent to Sir John Whiteford, of Whiteford, Bart., with
the foregoing Poem
On the late Captain Grose's Peregrinations through Scotland,
collecting the Antiquities of that Kingdom.
On seeing a wounded Hare limp by me, which a Fellow had
just shot at
Address to the Shade of Thomson, on crowning his Bust at
Ednam, Roxburghshire, with Bays
To Miss Cruikshank, a very Young Lady
On reading, in a Newspaper, the Death of John M'Leod, Esq. 158
The Humble Petition of Bruar Water to the Noble Duke of
When Guilford Good our Pilot stood
My Tocher's the Jewel
Address to the Toothache.
Lines written with a Pencil over the Chimneypiece in the
Parlour of the Inn at Kenmore, Taymouth .
On the Birth of a Posthumous Child, born in peculiar cir-
cumstances of Family Distress
Lines written with a Pencil, standing by the Fall of Fyers,
Second Epistle to Davie, a Brother Poet
The Inventory; in answer to the usual Mandate sent by a
Surveyor of the Taxes, requiring a Return of the Number
of Horses, Servants, Carriages, &c., kept