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Letter to Mr Peter Hill, Bookseller-A PRESENT OF A CHEESE-WHIMSICAL

PROPOSAL,

Letter to Dr Moore, 230 MARCH—INTRODUCES Rev. MR NIELSON, AND

GIVES AN ACCOUNT OF HIS Ode on Mrs Oswald,

DR Moore's ANSWER,

Letter to Mr William Burns, 25th MARCH,

A Parish LIBRARY-Letter to Mr P. Hill, 20 APRIL-FRUGALITY,

Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 4TH APRIL, ENCLOSING Sketch of Charles James Fox,

Letter to Mrs M'Murdo, 20 MAY-COURTEOUS GRATITUDE,

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Letter to Mr Cunningham, 4TH MAY, ENCLOSING Verses on a Wounded Hare,

BURN'S ANTIPATHY TO FIELD-SPORTS-HIS Dogs, .

Delia, An ODE,

DR GREGORY'S CRITICISM ON THE VERSES TO A Hare,

On Seeing a Wounded Hare Limp by me, FINAL COPY,

Letter (In verse] to James Tennant of Glenconner, .

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Letter to Mr Richard Brown, 21st Mar-GOOD WISHES,

Letter to Mr James Hamilton, 26TH MAY-SYMPATHY WITH HIS MISFORTUNES, h

BURNS GIVES New POEMS TO CREECH - Letter to Creech, 30th May,

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Address to the Toothache,

Letter to Mr M'Auley of Dumbarton, 4TH JUNE-HIS DOMESTIC CIRCUMSTANCES

- Favourite Psalms,

Letter to Mr Robert Ainslie, 8TH JUNE-Serious THOUGHTS ON MATRIMONY, h

DUNSCORE CHURCH, AND ITS MINISTER—Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 21st JUNE—

RELIGIOUS VIEWS,

CORRESPONDENCE WITH Helen-Maria WILLIAMS—CRITICISM ON HER POEM,

The Slave Trade,

Miss Williams's ANSWER, .

Letter to Mr John Logan of Knockshinnoch, 7th Aug.-- The Kirk's Alarm, j

The Kirk's Alarm,

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FREIT ON INHABITING ELLISLAND,

BURNS'S FAMILY EXTENDING—PROCURES A NOMINATION AS EXCISE-OFFICER

or THE DISTRICT,

CORRESPONDENCE WITH ME PETER STUART, OF THE Star NEWSPAPER,

Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 6th Sept.- RELIGION A COMFORT,

SONG,Willie Brewed a Pech o' Maut,

AFFAIR OF THE WHISTLE CONTEST,

Letter to Captain Riddel, 16TH OCT., REQUESTING Franks,

The Whistle, .

QUESTION AS TO THE PRESENCE OF BURNS AT THE CONTEST,

ANNIVERSARY OF MARY CAMPBELL'S DEATH,

To Mary in Heaven,

POETICAL CORRESPONDENCE WITH DR BLACKLOCK,

CAPTAIN GROSE THE ANTIQUARY MEETS WITH BURNS,

On Captain Grose's Peregrinations through Scotland

Epitaph on Captain Grose,

Letter to Francis Grose, Esq., INTRODUCING HIM TO PROFESSOR STEWART, h

Written in an Envelope enclosing a Letter to Captain Grose,

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BURNS's Excise BUSINESS OVERTASKING-HIS HUMANITY,
Letter to Alex. Fergusson, Esq.-EXCISE BUSINESS, .
Letter to Mr Robert Ainslie, 1st Nov., .
Letter to Mr Richard Brown, 4th Nov.-A MEETING DIFFICULT, .
Letter to Mr William Burns, 10TH Nov.-A BANKRUPTCY,
BURNS'S KINDNESS TO HIS YOUNGER BROTHER,
AN ELECTION CONTEST.-SONG-The Laddies by the Banks oNith,
Letter to Robert Graham, Esq., 9TH Dec.—THE EXCISE BUSINESS AND

VERSE-MAKING,

The Five Carlines,

SICKNESS—Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 13th Dec.-RELIGIOUS FEELINGS AND

VIEWS,

TRANSIENCY OF BURNS's SERIOUS FEELINGS,
Letter to Lady Winifred Maxwell Constable, 16th Dec.—JACOBITISM-HIS

JACOBITE ANCESTORS,

Letter to Provost Mazwell of Lochmaben, 20TH Dec.,

THE MINISTER OF LOCHMABEN A FRIEND OF BURNS,

SONG-The Blue-eyed Lassie,

Miss JEFFREY, THE BLUE-EYED LASSIE ; HER HISTORY,

Song- When first I saw fair Jeanie's Face,

Letter to the Countess of Glencairn—GRATITUDE-SATISFACTION WITH HIS

SITUATION,

Sketch-New-year's Day (1790)-to Mrs Dunlop,

THEATRICALS AT DUMFRIES—Letter to Gilbert Burns, 11th Jan. 1790,

Prologue at Dumfries Theatre,

Letter to Mr William Dunbar, 14TH JAN.-ANXIOUS TO KEEP UP CORRE-

SPONDENCE-Excise BUSINESS-HIS CHILDREN-HOPES OF A BETTER

WORLD,

Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 25TH JAN.-OLD SCOTTISH Songs—FALCONER,

AUTHOR OP The Shipwreck,
CLARINDA CORRESPONDENCE TEMPORARILY RENEWED - APOLOGY FOR

DESERTING HER,

Song-My Lovely Nancy,

Prologue for Mr Sutherlands Benefit,

THIRD VOLUME OF Johnson's Museum PUBLISHED,

SONGS BY BURNS IN THAT VOLUME,

BURNS's CARE IN SONG-WRITING-KIRSTY FLINT, .

Letter to Mr Peter Hill, 20 FEB.-Miss BURNS's CASE,

Letter to Mr W. Nicol, 9th FEB.-1115 MARE DEAD-THEATRICALS,

Peg Nicholson,

Letter to DR M'Gill's Case,

WILLIAM BURNS ASKS ADVICE OF ROBERT,

Letter to Mr William Burns, 10TH FEB.-ADVICES,

CORRESPONDENCE WITH MR PETER STUART-VERSIFIED LETTER TO HIM-

A GRATIS NEWSPAPER,

Letter to Mr Cunningham, 13th FEB.—Miss BURNET-HAPPINESS AND

MISERY-REFLECTIONS ON IMMORTALITY,

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Letter to Mr P. Hill, 20 MARCH--ORDERS FOR BOOKS-DEPLORES THAT

SELFISHNESS IS UNAVOIDABLE,
BURNS'S CHARACTER REVEALED IN HIS LETTERS,
Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 10TH APRIL-SCOTLAND OVERLOOKED IN PUBLIC

PROCEEDINGS— ETHICAL VIEWS–MACKENZIE'S WRITINGS,

Letter to Dr Moore, 14TH JULY-PROPOSES TO CRITICISE Zeluco, .

ELECTION CONTEST, DESCRIBED an Epistle to Mr Graham of

Fintry,

Letter to Mr Murdoch, 16TH JULY-RECOMMENDS HIS BROTHER WILLIAM, h

Elegy on Captain Matthew Henderson,

Letter to Mrs Dunlop, 8th Aug.–HAS BEEN OFFENDED BY A FRIEND,

Letter to Mr Cunningham, 8th Aug.-MUCH BUSIED-INDEPENDENCE,

OCCUPATIONS OF BURNS—HIS HOUSEHOLD AT ELLISLAND,

PETTY BUSINESS MATTERS-JAMES HALLIDAY,

Visit of MR RAMSAY OF OCHTERTYRE TO BURNS,

A HOPEFUL TIME WITH BURNS-IRONICAL LETTER OP Nicol,

DR ANDERSON'S Bee - CORRESPONDENCE OF BLACKLOCK AND BURNS

RESPECTING THAT WORK,

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DEATH OF MR WILLIAM BURNS,

BURNS IN AN Excise PROSECUTION—A BUSINESS PAPER BY HM,

Letter to Collector MitchellTHE SAME EXCISE CASE,

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Letter to Crauford Tait, Esq., 15th Oct., :

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VISIT OF MR ROBERT AINSLIE TO ELLISLAND-A KIRN DANCE,

Tam o Shanter,

Letter to Francis Grose, Esq.-LEGENDS OF ALLOWAY KIRK,
THE REAL PERSONAGES OP Tam o Shanter,
DOMESTIC AFFLICTIONS OF MRS DUNLOP,
Letter to Mrs DunlopBIRTH OF HER GRANDCHILD,
Stanzas on a Posthumous Child,
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY OF THE POSTHUMOUS CHILD (M. HENRI),
Letter to Mr William Dunbar, 17TH JAN. 1791–Good WISHES,
Letter to Mr Peter Hill, 17TH JAN.--Sends MONEY TO ACCOUNT-POVERTY

-WEALTH Excuses OFFENCE,
PECUNIARY CIRCUMSTANCES OF BURNS AT THIS TIME — HE ACTS AS AN

ACCOMMODATOR OR CREDITOR,
The Books ORDERED BY BURNS FROM HILL,
Letter to Mr Cunningham, 230 JAN.-Elegy on Miss Burnet,
Letter to the Rev. Archibald Alison, 14TH FEB. — REMARKS ON THE

AssociATION THEORY OF BEAUTY,
Letter to Mrs Graham of Fintry-HOPES THAT HIS POETRY WILL OUTLIVE

His POVERTY,

Lament of Mary Queen of Scots on the Approach of Spring,

Letter to Dr Moore, 28TH FEB.—REMARKS ON HIS OWN RECENT POEMS-

HIS PROSPECTS,

CARELESSNESS IN DISTRIBUTING HIS COMPOSITIONS—WILL NOT WRITE FOR

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MONEY,

Letter to Rev. Mr BairdMICHAEL BRUCE's POEMS,

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