Poems, Songs, and Letters: Being the Complete Works of Robert Burns

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Macmillan and Company, Limited, 1896 - 636 Seiten
 

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The gallant Weaver
40
Tam Samsons Elegy
42
The Jolly Beggars
48
For a that and a that
52
To a Mouse on turning her up in her nest
54
Despondency
60
A Prayer in the prospect of Death
66
To a Haggis
72
thro Scotland
95
Dainty Davie
103
Poetical Address to Mr William Tytler
115
To the Rev John MMath
128
Verses intended to be written below
134
To Miss Ferrier
140
Extempore lines in answer to a card
166
Lines written under the Picture of Miss
172
The Lass o Ballochmyle
178
Whistle and Ill come to you my
185
O Lassie art thou sleeping yet?
191
Raving Winds around her blowing
197
0 for ane and twenty Tam
203
A red red Rose
209
Adown winding Nith
216
A Mothers Lament for the Death of
239
Womens Minds
241
V
246
My Ladys Gówn theres Gairs upont
247
Bannocks o Barley
253
The Highland Widows Lament
260
Theres News Lasses
277
to iv To Miss Ellison Begbie 285 to
288
To William Burness
289
2009
290
Observations c from the Poets Commonplace Book sent to Mr Robert Riddel
291
Vill to x To Mr James Burnes 299 to
301
To Miss
303
To Mr John Richmond
304
To Mr Robert Muir 305 xv To Mr David Brice
305
To John Richmond
306
To Mr David Brice XVII To Mr John Richmond
307
To Mons James Smith xx To Mr John Kennedy
308
To Mr Robert Muir 30g xxu To Mr Burnes 10
309
xxu To Mr Robert Aiken
310
To Mrs Dunlop
311
To Mrs Stewart
312
To Dr Mackenzie ckenzie
313
To Miss Alexander
314
To William Chalmers and John McAdam
315
To Mr Robert Muir
316
To Gavin Hamilton Esq
317
To James Dalrymple Esq
318
Xxxut To Mr Robert Muir
320
To the Earl of Eglinton
321
To Mrs Dunlop
323
To Dr Moore
326
To John Ballantine Esq tine Esq
327
To the Earl of Buchan
328
XLVI
329
To Dr Moore
332
To the Rev Dr Hugh Blair
333
To Mr W Nicol
334
To Mr James Smith Liv To William Nicol Esq
335
To Robert Ainslie Esq
336
To Mr John Richmoud
338
To Dr Moore
339
To Mr Robert Muir
347
To Gavin Hamilton Esq
348
To Mr Walker
349
To Mr Gilbert Burns
350
To Miss M Chalmers Lxv To James Hoy Esq
352
To Rev John Skinner
353
To James Hoy Esq
354
To Robert Ainslie Esq
355
To Miss Mabane afterwards Mrs Col Wright
356
To Sir John Whitefoord
357
Lxxn To Gavin Hamilton
358
LXXUI To Miss Chalmers
359
To Charles Hay Esq Lxxx To Miss Chalmers
363
To Clarinda 364 to LXXXIII TO Mr Richard Brown
367
to xcii To Clarinda
368
to
376
To Miss Chalmers
378
To Mrs Dunlop xcv To Robert Graham
379
To the Earl of Glencairn
380
381 to
392
CXUI To Mrs Dunlop 393 CXIV To the Rev John Skinner
393
To Mr Richard Brown
394
To Mrs Rose
395
To Clarinda 396
396
To Gavin Hamilton Esq cxxi To Mr Richard Brown
398
CXXni To Clarinda 39
399
To Mr William Cruikshank cxxiv To Mr Robert Ainslie
400
CXXV
401
Sylvander to Clarinda
402
To Mr Richard Brown
404
To Mr Robert Muir
405
To Mrs Dunlop
406
Extract from Commonplace Book
417
To Mr Robert Ainslie
418
To Mr Peter Hill
419
clu To Mr George Lockhart
420
CLIIL to cLv To Mrs Dunlop 421
421
To Mr Beugo
425
To Miss Chalmers
426
To Mrs Dunlop
428
CXUI The
429
To the Editor of the Star
430
To Mrs Dunlop
432
To Dr Blacklock
433
To Mr James Johnson
434
To Miss Davies
435
To Mr John Tennant CLXVII To Mr William Cruikshank
436
To Mrs Dunlop
437
To Dr Moore
438
To Mr Robert Ainslie
439
To Professor Dugald Stewart
440
To Bishop Geddes
441
To Mr James Burness
442
To Mrs Dunlop
443
To the Rev P Carfrae
445
To Dr Moore
446
To Mr Hill
447
To Mrs Dunlop
448
To Mrs McMurdo
449
To Mr Cunningham CLXXXII To Richard Brown
450
To Mr James Hamilton CLXXXIV To William Creech CLXXXV To Mr McAuley
451
To Mr Robert Ainslie
453
To Mr Peter Stuart CLXXXVIII To Miss Williams 15
454
To Mrs Dunlop
457
To Lady Glencairn
458
To Mr John Logan
459
To Mrs Dunlop
460
To Captain Riddel
461
To Mr Robert Ainslie
462
To Mr Richard Brown
463
To R Graham Esq
464
To Mrs Dunlop
465
To Sir John Sinclair
467
CC1 To Mr Gilbert Burns cc11 To Mr William Dunbar
470
ccu To Mrs Dunlop
471
To Mr Peter Hill
473
To Mr W Nicol
474
To Mr Cunningham
475
To Mr Hill
477
To Mrs Dunlop
478
To Collector Mitchell
480
To Mr Murdoch
481
To Mr McMurdo CCXIV To Mrs Dunlop
482
To Mr Cunningham CCXVI To Dr Anderson
483
ccxvu To Crauford Tait Esq CCXVII
484
To Mrs Dunlop ccxx To Mr Peter Hill
485
To A F Tytler
487
To Mrs Dunlop
488
To the Rev Arch Alison CCXXIV To Dr Moore
489
To Mr Cunningham
491
To Mr Alexander Dalzel
492
To Mrs Graham CCXXVIII To the Rev G Baird
493
To Mrs Dunlop
494
CCXXX
495
To Mr Cunningham
496
To the Earl of Buchan ccxxxiv To Mr Thomas Sloan
497
To Lady E Cunningham
498
To Mr Ainslie
499
to CCXL Sylvander to Clarinda
501
To Mrs Dunlop
502
To Mr William Smellie
503
To Mr W Nicol
504
To Francis Grose Esq F S A CCXLVI To Mrs Dunlop
505
To Mr Cunningham
507
To Mr G Thomson
510
To Mrs Dunlop
511
To Mrs Dunlop 512
512
To G Thomson
514
To Miss Fontenelle
515
To a Lady CCLVII To Mrs Riddel
516
To G Thomson
517
To Mrs Dunlop
518
CCLXu To G Thomson CCLX111 To Clarinda
520
To Mr Cunningham
521
To Miss Benson
522
To Patrick Miller Esq CCLXVII To G Thomson
523
To G Thomson 528
528
To Mr Robert Ainslie
529
to CCLXXV To G Thomson 530
530
To Miss Helen Craik
532
to CCLXXXry To G Thomson 533 to
537
Brow
564
NOTES
583
2
585
TO Mr Robert Ainart
597
Glossary
609
T M
617
Un a Suicide
629
320
636

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