The prose works of Robert Burns: containing his letters and correspondence, literary and critical, and amatory epistles including letters to Clarinda, &c., &c (Google eBook)

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Mackenzie and Dent, 1819 - Poets, Scottish - 610 pages
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Contents

To Mrs Dunlop Dec 17 With the Soldiers Song
60
To the Rev Dr Hugh Blair May 3 1787 Written on leaving EdinburghThanks for his Kindness
64
From Dr Blair May 4 In Reply to the preceding 09
67
From Mr John Hutchinson June 14 Account of the Re ception of our Bards Poems in Jamaica
70
To Mr Ainslie Description of his Tour in the Highlands
72
To Mr Walker Inclosing the humble Petition of Bruar Water to the Duke of Athole
74
To Mr Gilbert Burns Sep 17 Accountof hisTour through the Highlands
75
To Mrs It June 4 1766 Apology for not going to
77
From Mr W In Reply to No 37
80
From Mrs Nov 30 Inclosing Erse Songs with the Music
82
To Dalrymple Esq Congratulation on his becoming a PoetPraise of Lord Glencaim
84
To Mrs Dunlop Written on Recovery from Sickness
86
To the same Feb 12 Defence of himself
87
To Mr Cleghorn Mentioning his having composed the first Stanza of the Chevaliers Lament
89
To Mrs Dunlop Giving an Account of his Prospects
90
To Professor Dugald Steward May 3 1788 Thanks for his Friendship
91
To Mrs Dunlop May 4 Remarks on Drydens Virgil and Popes Odyssey
93
To the same at Mrs Dunlops Haddington June 13 Ac count of his Marriage
95
To Mr P Hill With a Piescnt of Cheese
96
To Mr Peter Hill Jan 17 Indignant Apostrophe to
97
To Mrs Dunlop With Lines on a Hermitape
100
To the same Farther Account of his Marriage
102
To the same Aug 15 Reflections on Human Life
104
To R Graham of Finiry Esq A Petition for a Situation in the Excise
107
To Mr P Hill Oct 1 Criticism on a Poem imitled An Address to Lochlomond
108
To Mrs Dunlop at Moreham Maities Nov 13
112
fetch to me a PintoWine
117
To Mr Cunningham Account of his Illness and of
119
From Gilbert Burns Jan 1 178Q Reflections suggested
123
To Professor Siewart requiring his critical Aid Jan 20
131
To Dr Moore March 8 Inclosing a Poem
137
To Mr Cunningham May 4 With the first Draught
143
From Mr Some Account of Ferguson
150
To Mrs Dunlop Serious and interesting Reflections
160
From Mr Cunningham Enquiries after our Bard
172
From A F Tytler Esq Criticism on Tam o Shanter
192
To Mrs Graham of Fintry Inclosing Queen Marys
198
IOC From Dr Moore March 29 With Remarks on Tam
206
To Mrs Dunlop Comparison between Female Attractions
212
From the Eatl of Buchan Sept 16 Proposing a Subject
219
To the same Letter of Condolence under Affliction
247
To the same With a Poem entitled the Rights of Wo men
248
To Miss B of York Letter of Friendship
251
To Miss C Character and Temperament of a Poet
252
To John MMurdo Esq Repaying Money
254
To a Lady In Favour of a Players Benefit
256
To Mr On his Prospects in the Excise
257
To Mrs Paying his Respects On the ginhorse Class of Society
258
To the same
259
To the same Lending Werler
260
To the same On a Return of interrupted Friendship
261
To the same On a temporary Estrangement ib 140 To JohnSymeEsq Reflections on the Happiness of Mr O
262
To Miss Requesting the Return of Manuscripts lent to a deceased Friend
264
To Mr Cunningham Melancholy Reflections Chearing Prospects of a better World
265
To Mrs R Supposes himself to be writing from the Dead to the Living
268
To Mrs Dunlop Dec 15 1795 Reflections on the Situ ation of his Family in Case of his Death Praise of Cow pers Task
270
To Mrs Dunlop in London Expresses his Disappoint mentAppointment to the ExciseHis Religious Feel ingsRemarks on Dr Moores View of Society a...
273
To Mrs Burns Sea Bathing affords little Relief
279
No Page
282
To Miss Fontenelle Accompanying a Prologue to
308
To Col W Dunbar Is still alive fulfilling one great
314
To Mr John Richmond Edinburgh Giving an Account
408
To Dr Mackenzie Inclosing extempore VereesCharac
415
To the same With a Copy of Verses
421
To the same Miltons Satan his FavouriteMisfortnne
427
To Miss Margaret Chalmers Fireside of Wisdom and Pru
432
ffQ On the Stilts not Poetic but Oaken Hit Motto 1 dare
438
69 To Mr Robert Ainslie Finishing his Excise Instructions
451
To Mr James Johnson Two more SangsAsks a fair
466
To Capt Riddel Poetic Compositions
474
To Mr Peter Hill Apology for his SilenceRemarks
480
To Imprecations
488
To R Graham Esq Exculpates himself from a Charge
497
To the Earl of Buchan With a Copy of Bruce to
512
306 To Mrs Dunlop Ill HealthFragment of a Poem
524
pectations in the Excise
526
Letter to the Provost c of Dumfries
532
APPENDIX
585
Heres to shy Health my bonnie Lassie 500
593
Roscoe on the Death of Burns
605

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