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CONTENTS.

THE PIECES MARKED WITH AN asterisk (*) HAVE NOT BEEN INCLUDED IN ANY FORMER EDITIOX

OF SIR WALTER SCOTT'S POETICAL WORKS.

PAQT

Canto II.........

343

PAGR

THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL

9 THE LADY OF THE LAKE.

Advertisement to edition 1833......... ib. Canto VI.-The Guard-Room

229

Introduction to edition 1830.

ib. Appendix to the Lady of the Lake .......... 240

Dedication

16

Preface to the first edition 1805

ib. THE VISION OF Dox RODERICK..

269

Introduction

ib. Preface

ib.

Canto I.....

17 Dedication...

270

Canto II...

23 Introduction

ib.

Canto III.

28 The Vision

272

Canto IV....

33 Conclusion....

281

Canto V.

40 Appendix to Vision of Don Roderick. 285

Canto VI. ........

46

Appendix to the Lay of the Last Minstrel. 54 ROKEBY

292

Notice to edition 1833..

ib.

MARMION......

80 Introduction to edition 1830.

ib.

Notice to edition 1833.........

ib. Dedication ....

296

Introduction to edition 1830.............

ib. Advertisement.

ib.

Dedication .....

83 Canto I.....

ib.

Advertisement to the first edition

ib.

306

Introduction to Canto I.-To William

Canto III..

314

Stewart Rose, Esq.

ib.

Canto IV....

323

Canto 1.—The Castle

87 Canto V.

332

Introduction to Canto II.—To the Rev.

Canto VI.....

John Marriott, •A. M.

94 Appendix to Rokeby

356

Canto II.-The Convent...

97

Introduction to Canto III.-To William THE BRIDAL OF TRIERMAIN

379

Erskine, Esq.

104 Proface to the first edition....

ib.

Canto III.—The Hostel, or Inn ............. 107 Introduction.

382

Introduction to Canto IV.-To James

Canto I.........

383

Skene, Esq.......

113 Canto II..

388

Canto IV.-The Camp

116 Canto III..

396

Introduction to Canto V.-To George Conclusion

407

Ellis, Esq.......

124

Appendix to the Bridal of Triermain..... 410

Canto V.-The Court

126

Introduction to Canto VI.-To Richard THE LORD OF THE ISLES .....

412

Heber, Esq.

137 Notice to edition 1833..

ib.

Canto VI.-The Battle..

...................... 140 Introduction to edition 1830....

ib.

Appendix to Marmion...

154 Advertisement to the first edition

414

Canto I...........

415

See LADY OF THE LAKE..

180 Canto II..

422

Introduction to edition 1830.

ib. Canto III.

430

Dedication ....

183 Canto IV.

437

Argument...

ib.

446

Canto I- The Chase.

184 Canto VI.

455

Canto II.-The Island

193 Conclusion..........

Canto III.—The Gathering

202 Appendix to the Lord of the Isles.......... 469

Fac-Simile of the MS., Stanza I..

ib.

(Placed after the Contents.)

THE FIELD OF WATERLOO

502

Canto IV.–The Prophecy.

210 Conclusion.......

509

Canto V-The Combat

219 Appendix

511

PAGE

HAROLD THE DAUNTLESS.

612 | LYRICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS PIECES.

Introduction

ib. The Dying Bard

634

Canto I............

613 The Norman Horse-Shoe

ib.

Canto II..

517 The Maid of Toro.........

635

Canto III..

621 The Palmer

ib.

Canto IV.

524 The Maid of Neidpath...........

636

Canto V..

628 Wandering Willie

ib.

632 * Health to Lord Melville, 1806..

637

Conclusion.........

635 Hunting Song

638

The Resolve.....

639
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE BORDER MINSTRELSY.

Epitaph, designed for a Monument in

Introductory Remarks on Popular Poetry. 637 Lichfield Cathedral, at the Burial-place

Appendix ....

553

of the family of Miss Seward............ ib.

Essay on Imitations of the Ancient Ballad 555 Prologue to Miss Baillie's Play of the

Appendix..........

571

Family Legend..........

ib.

Imitations of the Ancient Ballad.

The Poacher........

640

Thomas the Rhymer, Part I.

574 Song—“Oh, say not, my love, with that

Part II............ 577

mortified air"

642

Part III. .... 584 The Bold Dragoon; or, the Plain of

Appendix.........

586

Badajos

ib.

Glenfinlas; or, Lord Ronald's Coronach... 689 On the Massacre of Glencoe.

ib.

Appendix........

593 “For a' that an' a'that."-A new song to

The Eve of St. John..

594

an old tune ......

644

Appendix .......

597 Song, for the Anniversary Meeting of the

698

Pitt Club of Scotland

ib.

Appendix........

602 Pharos Loquitur

645

The Gray Brother...

604 Lines, addressed to Ranald Macdonald,

Appendix........

606

Esq., of Staffa....

ib

War-Song of the Royal Edinburgh Light * Letter in Verse, on the Voyage with the

Dragoons....

607

Commissioners of Northern Lights.-

To his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch,

BALLADS TRANSLATED OR IMITATED FROM THE

1814.

ib.

GERMAN, &c. ..........

609

William and Helen.......

ib. VERSES FROM WAVERLEY.

The Wild Huntsman..

613

* Bridal Song

647

The Fire-King. ....

616 * Waverley.........

648

Frederick and Alice...

618 * Davie Gellatley's Song..

ib.

The Battle of Sempach.

619 * Scene in Luckie Macleary's Tavern.... 649

The Noble Moringer.....

621 * Hie away, Hie away..

ib.

# The Erl-King ....

626 * St. Swithin's Chair

ib.

* Davie Gellatley's Song

650

* Janet Gellatley's alleged Witchcraft... ib.

LYRICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS PIECES,

* Flora Macivor's Song ...

ib.

In the order of their composition or publi-

* Lines on Captain Wogan

651

cation..........

627 * Follow me, Follow me

652

* Juvenile Lines. From Virgil. 1782.... ib.

* On a Thunder Storm ..

ib. * The Author of Waverley ......... .... ib.

* On the Setting Sun..

ib. Farewell to Mackenzie, High Chief of

The Violet .....

ib.

Kintail-From the Gaelic....... ib.

To a Lady, with Flowers from a Roman

Imitation of the preceding Song

653

Wall

628 War-Song of Lachlan, High Chief of Mac-

* Bothwell Castle....

ib.

lean.-- From the Gaelic......

653

* The Shepherd's Tale..........

ib. Saint Cloud ........

654

* Cheviot.....

631 The Dance of Death

ib.

* The Reiver's Wedding

ib. Romance of Dunois.

656

The Bard's Incantation.

632 The Troubadour ...

Hellvellyn

633 From the French...

657

ib.

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