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sometimes used by an I WESSEL, westward; WASSIL- 1 WHITTRET, weasel experienced sportsman GATE, west gate

WITTERS, the barbs of the with singular dexterity WHAAP, or HOPE, the spear WAUr, worse

sheltered part or hollow WORRIEcow, hobgoblin, WEAN, infant, young child of a hill. Hoff, howff, bugbear WEAR, force, restraint

haaf, haven are all modi. WUDDIE, WOODIE, rope, WEDDER, a weather (sheep) fications of the same word halter WEEL - FAURED, well fav. WHEEN, WHIN, a few, a Wuss, wish oured, prepossessing

party

WYTE, blame WEIRD, destiny; WEIRD'S WHIGGING, jogging

DREE'D, the destiny is run WHISTLED, given a hint, out

information, to. See | YAFFING, barking Weize, direct, send

note Whistling (p. 431) | YEPISTLE, letter

INDEX

wood, 201 ; goes to Cumberland, 280 ;
revisits Ellangowan, 285

ALLAN, Mrs., Colonel Mannering's house-

keeper, 333
Astrologer, Mac-Kinlay's story of, v
Astrology, Mannering's knowledge of, 16:

Sampson's opinion of, 17; general
belief in, 21

CAIRD of Barullion, king of the gipsies,

xxi
Carlaverock Castle, the prototype of Ellan-

gowan, 25
Cave at Warroch Point, 224, 394
Charlie's Hope, 150, 157
Clan surnames, 165, 428
Come from Tripoli, 42
Cumberland Waste, 138
Curling, 200

BADGER-HUNT at Charlie's Hope, 166
Balaam's sword, anecdote, xxiii
Bertram, Godfrey, his pedigree, 6; made a

justice, 36; quarrel with the gipsies,
43; meets the ejected gipsies, 47; last

hours of, 85, 89
Bertram, Harry, birth of, 17; companion-

ship with the gipsies, 46; disappear-
ance with Kennedy, 57; (see Brown),
Hatteraick's account of, 226; revisits
Ellangowan, 285; encounter with
Glossin, 290 ; a prisoner before Hazle-
wood, 302; incarcerated in Portan-
ferry bridewell, 311 ; joined by Dandie,
318; rescued from the smugglers, 349;
arrives at Woodbourne, 359; examined
as to his history, 363 ; recognised by
the Dominie, 364; introduced to his
sister, 371; enters Hatteraick's cave,
394 ; recognised by the villagers, 403 ;

evidence as to his identity, 363, 408
Bertram, Lucy, by her father's side, 86;

leaves Ellangowan, 95 ; her lover, 99 ;
received as a guest at Woodbourne, 124;
Julia's opinion of, 185; recognises her
brother, 372
Bertram, 'Mrs., accouchement of, 17;

anxieties about her boy, 56; death of,

DAVIDSON, the original of Dandie Din-

mont, 427
Deacon' Bearcliff, 68; his familiarity,

212
Derncleugh, gipsy village, 41; burial

scene at, 182; ghostly associations of

the place, 327; revisited, 395
Dinmont, Ailie, and her family, 152, 166
Dinmont, Dandie, at Mumps's Ha', 140 ;

encounter with the ruffians, 147 ;
arrival at Charlie's Hope, 150; at the
lawyer's, 243; his law-suit, 249; at
Miss Bertram's funeral, 258; joins
Bertram in the Portanferry bridewell,
318; a wakes to his danger, 347 ; at
Woodbourne, 359; accompanies Ber-
tram to Hatteraick's cave, 387; pro-

totype of, 426
Dominie Sampson, description of, 10;

tutor to young Bertram, 46; in search
of young Bertram, 56 ; confronts the
attorney, 87; appointed guardian to
Lucy, 92; his longest speech, 96; gives
lessons to Charles Hazlewood, 97; in
his new suit of clothes, 123 ; catalogues
the Colonel's library, 128 ; extracting
bullets from the mutilated tomes, 197 ;
journey to Edinburgh, 241 ; encounter
with Pleydell, 272; revisits Ellan-
gowan, 327 ; falls in with Meg at
Derncleugh, 328; recognises Harry
Bertram, 364; breaks the news to
Lucy, 371; scalds Plato at breakfast,
379; his joy in returning to Ellangowan,

421 ; prototype of, xviii
Driver, Pleydell's clerk, 274
Dumple, Daudie's pony. 148

59

Bertram, Mrs. Margaret, of Singleside,

93 ; funeral of, 258 ; expectants at, 263
Bewcastle Waste, 146
Brown, the smuggler lieutenant, 413;

shot by Hazlewood, 196; death of, 171
Brown, Vanbeest (see also Bertram), in

India, 81; serenades Julia Mannering at
Mr. Mervyn's, 101, 110; his history
and wanderings, 114, 131 ; his excursion
over the Cumberland Border, 138; at
Mumps's Ha', 140 ; rescues Dandie,
147 ; leaves Charlie's Hope for Kipple-
tringan, 168 ; seeks shelter in the
gipsy hut, 171; escapes under Meg's
guidance, 179; encounter with Hazle-

Dundas of Arniston, anecdote of, 430
Dutch courtship, 356

EDINBURGH, temp. of tale, 242
Ellangowan. See Bertram
Ellangowan Castle, described, 18; re.

visited by Brown (Bertrain), 285
Ellangowan Place, described, 8; view

from, 23 ; sale of, 78; bought by Glossin,

94; restored to Bertram, 421
Erskine, Rev. Dr., his sermon, 255

bourne, 188 ; accidentally wounded by
Brown, 201; warned by Meg, 337 ; joins

Bertram in Hatteraick's cave, 394
Hazlewood, Sir Robert, 295 ; examines

Bertram, 302; his interview with his
son, 339; with Pleydell and Mannering,

381
Herezeld in feudal tenures, 431
Hewit, old Bertram's natural son, 411
High Jinks, 245, 429

FARMERS in south of Scotland, 152
Fighting Charlie of Liddesdale, 424
Fletcher of Saltoun on the gipsies, 39
Fox-hunt at Charlie's Hope, 159
Funeral, Scotch, description of, 258

JENNY GIBSON, Mrs. M. Bertram's drudge,

263
Jock Jabos, guides Mannering to Ellan-

gowan, 4; corrects the precentor, 74;
interrogated by Glossin, 210; drives
Brown and Dandie from the prison,
349

GABRIEL FAA, the gipsy huntsman, 163 ;

his history, 227 ; warns Dandie of
Harry Bertram's danger, 320; gives
evidence as to Kennedy and young

Bertram, 413
Gad, the, 431
Galwegian localities and personages con-

nected with the novel, xix
Gerunto —'Where is Gerunto now?'

253; note on, 429
Gin by pailfuls, 226
Gipsies, Scottish, 39; ejectment from

Ellangowan, 47; in the hut where
Brown is concealed, 174 ; cookery of,

330, 430 ; superstitions, 172, 428
Glossary, 433
Glossin, Gilbert, his electioneering

tactics, 35; at the sale of Ellangowan,
91; buys the estate, 94; his unpleasant
position in society, 204 ; interview with
Mrs. Mac-Candlish about Brown, 206 ;
Dirk Hatteraick in his hands, 217;
his guilty dream, 219; meets Hatter-

KENNEDY, Frank, excise officer, 51 ;

found dead at Warroch Point, 58;
versions of the story of his death.
72; Glossin's dream of, 219; death of,

described by witnesses, 408
Ken-no cheese, 425
Kippletringan, Mannering's journey to,

3; Gordon Arms Inn, 68
Kittlecourt, Sir Thomas, 31, 35
LAWYERS of Old Edinburgh, 242; con-

vivial habits, 245, 430; sleepless nights,
431
Lay of Last Minstrel, reason for quoting,

168
Liddesdale roads, 429
Lochside, gudeman of, among the gipsies,

xiv
Lum-cleeks, 428
Mac-CANDLISH, Mrs., of the Gordon Arms,

Kippletringan, 68; interrogated by

Glossin about Brown, 206
Mac-Casquil, an expectant of Singleside's,

263

Brown, 229; rebuff at Woodbourne,
234; encounters Bertram at Ellan-
gowan, 290; helps Sir R. Hazlewood
to examine Bertram, 302 ; at Hatter-
aick's examination, 409; committed to

gaol, 415 ; murder of, 419
Gordon, Jean, prototype of Meg Merrilies,

xiv; Madge, queen of the Yetholm

gipsies, xvii
Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh, 255
Groaning Malt, 425
Guy Mannering, origin of the work, v;

note on localities and personages, xix

HATTERAICK, Dirk, Mannering's first

interview with, 27; destruction of his
lugger, 63; brought prisoner to Glossin,
217: escape from the old castle, 221;
in his cave with Glossin, 223 ; his cave
entered by Bertram and Dandie, 394 ;
seized by Bertram, 398 : examination
of, 409; his pocket-book opened, 412;
visited by Glossin in his cell, 416; pro-

totype of, xx
Hazlewood, Charles, attending on Mr.

Bertram, 86 ; employs Dominie Sampson
for Lucy's sake, 97 ; his visits to Wood. I

Macers before Supreme Court, 422
Mac-Guffog, the thief - taker, 214 ; brings

Hatteraick to Glossin, 215; receives
Bertram at Portanferry, 311; admits
Glossin to Hatteraick's cell, 417
Mac-Guffog, Mrs., of the bridewell, 311
Mac-Kinlay, John, his story, v
Mac-Morlan, sheriff-substitute, 78; his

interview with Mannering about the
property, 83; disappointed at the sale,
94 ; receives Lucy and the Dominie into
his house, 95 ; his visit to Sir R. Hazle-

wood, 341
Mannering, Guy, seeks a guide for

Kippletringan, 3; reads young Ber-
tram's fortune, 21; second visit to
Kippletringan, 70; his career in India,
78 ; second visit to Ellangowan, 85;
silences Glossin, 88; interview with
his daughter, 116; settles at Wood.
bourne, 120; defends it against the
smugglers, 194; visits Edinburgh on
law business, 241 ; meets Dandie at
the lawyer's, 243; at Miss Bertram's
funeral, 258; return to Woodbourne,

QUID, the tobacconist, 263

REBECCA, Singleside's waiting-maid, 267 ;

her examination by Pleydell, 276
Redding straik, 173
Riding on the Border, 167
Roads in Liddesdale, 429
Robertson, Rev. Dr., the historian,

255
Roman Wall of Cumberland, 139

325; receives Bertram and Dandie,
359; advice to his daughter, 374; bails

out Bertram, 382
Mannering, Julia, at Mr. Mervyn's, 103;

extracts from her letters, 106, 113, 185,
193, 199; first meeting with Lucy,
126; flirtations at Woodbourne, 189,
355 ; alarming meeting with Brown,
201 ; letter to Brown, 283 ; examined by

her father, 374
Marchmont,' Matilda, Julia's corre-

spondent, 106
Marshal, Flora and Will, gipsies, xxi
Meg Merrilies, Mannering's first interview

with, 14; at Ellangowan Castle, 25;
malediction on old Bertram, 49; ex-
amined about the disappearance of
Harry Bertram, 66 ; at Mumps's Ha',
142 ; in the gipsy hut with the dead
body, 171 ; craves two boons from
Bertram, 181; Hatteraick's opinion of
her occult influence, 232; gives the
Dominie a letter to Mannering, 329;
warns young Hazlewood to send back
the guard to Portanferry, 337; her
letter to Mannering, 353; takes
Bertram and Dandie to Hatteraick's
cave, 387; death and declaration of,
401 ; character of, founded on Jean

Gordon, xiv
Mervyn, letter from, to Mannering, 101
Monboddo, Lord, 431
Mumps's Ha', meeting of Brown and

Dandie, 140 ; note on, 425

SALMON-LEISTERING at Charlie's Hope,

162
Sampson, Abel. See Dominie Sampson
Saufen Bier und Brantewein, 226
Scottish bar, convivial habits, 430
Sheriff, his examination into Kennedy's

death, 60
Skreigh, the precentor of Kippletringan,

68
Smugglers' attack on Woodbourne, 194;

attack on Portanferry custom-house,

346
Smuggling, Godfrey Bertram's opinion of,
· 30, 53; at Ellangowan, 52
Superstitions, gipsy, 172, 428

TAPPIT HEN, 429
Terriers. See Pepper and Mustard
Thomson, Rev. George, prototype of

Dominie Sampson, xxviii
Tib Mumps of Mumps's Ha', 140
Twist ye, twine ye ! 25

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