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Dalgarnock, allusion to, in a song, iv, 167. iii. 16, 25, 40, 54, 82, 90, 94, 118, 130,
DALRYMPLE, Dr William, i. 9, 14, 126; 153, 172, 173, 198, 221, 241, 246, 266,
anecdote of, iii. 48.

269, bis; iv. 73, 122, 177, 205; gives up
DALRYMPLE, James, Esq., of Orangefield, Burns's letters for publication, 226.
ii. 4, 6; letter to, 8.

DUNN, Jean, a suspected contrabandist,
Dalryinple, school of, attended by Burns, ui. 73.
i. 12.

Dunscore, parish kirk of, iii. 40.
DALRYMPLE, Sir John, ii. 30.

Dunse, Burns at, ii. 70, 81.
DALZELL, John, of Barncroch, iv. 4.
DAVIDSON, Betty, her legendary lore, i. 3, Ecclefechan, Burns at, in & snow-storm,
10.

iv. 134; the lass of, 270.
DAVIDSON, John, 'Souter Johnny,' iï. 153. EDGAR, Mr John, letters to, iii. 156;
DAVIES, Miss, letter to, ii. 189; songs to, iv. 154.
189; letter to, 191; fate of, 192.

Edinburgh, Burns arrives in, ii. 3; Address
Dean of Faculty, the, a satirical ballad, to, 10; society in, in 1787, 48; Burns's
iv. 182.

final visit to, iii. 204.
Debts of Burns, iv. 222.

EGLINTOUN, Earl of, letter to, ii. 16; 63.
DELANY, Captain, ü. 192.

Eliza, a heroino of Burns, i. 258.
Delia, an ode, iii. 29.

Ellisland, a farm in Dumfriesshire, taken
DELOLME on the English Constitution, a by Burns, ii, 244; he commences living
copy of, anecdote of, iv. 35.

there, 265; description of, 278; cere-
Democratic effusion of Burns, iv. 78.

monial at entering the new house, iii. 51;
sentiments of Burns in 1793-4, crop sold at, 185; character as a farm, 200;
iv. 77-81.

quitted by Burns, 201.
DEMPSTER, George, of Dunnichen, i. 187. ELPHINSTONE, James, epigram

his
DE PEYSTER, Colonel, versified note to, translation of Martial, ii. 195.
iv. 185.

English gentlemen, two, visit Burns,
Dissipation in country towns of Burns's iii, 181.
time, iii. 202.

ERSKINE, Hon. Andrew, iii. 6, 226; post-
Distillers, Scotch, i. 206 ; iv. 293.

script from, 277; his death, iv. 36.
Distress, national, in 1793, iv. 1, 181. ERSKINE, Hon. Henry, ii. 5; letter to, 41;
Dogs, Burns's, iii. 29.

sketch of, 45; displaced from the deanship
Domestic circumstances of Burns at Dum- of Faculty, iv. 181.
fries, iv. 120.

ERSKINE, J. F., Esq., letter to, iii. 295.
Doon, river, ii. 22; ii. 151, 238.

Excise, a situation in, for Burns, ii. 202;
DOUGLAS, Mr William, his inquiry into the applies for an appointment in his own

date of Burns's attachment to Highland district, iii. 50.
Mary, i. 204; ii. 217.

Excise Board reprimands Burns, iii. 267.
Dove, John, innkeeper in Mauchline, i. 171. Excursions, dates of Burns's, examined,
Dramatic writing recommended to Burns, ii. 319.
iv, 87.

Eyemouth, Burns made royal-arch mason
Drumlanrig, woods of-verses their

at, i, 83.
destruction, iv, 171.
DRUMMOND, Mrs, of Perth, ii. 149.

FALCONER, William, author of The Ship-
DUDGEON, Mr, a poet, ii. 71.

ureck, ü. 95.
*Dumbarton Drums, a tune, iv, 288. Falkirk, Burns at, ii. 110.
Dumfries, Burns at, ii. 89; theatre in, iii. FERGUSON, Dr A., entertains Burns,

92; Burns removes to, 202; his style of ii. 55.
living there (1792), 259; letter to magis- FERGUSson, Alexander, of Craigdarroch,
trates of, 281; library at, iv. 34; king's iii. 57, 60, 83, 138.
birthday (1794) celebrated at, 72; Burns's FERGUSSON, Mrs, of Craigdartoch, ii. 293.
style of living at, 120; Burns's daily life

Robert, the Scottish poet,
at, 126; volunteers at, 147; Burns's i. 269; ii. 35, 36; verses under the portrait
funeral at, 211.

of, 37; described by Peter Stuart, iii, 53.
Dumfries election, ballad on the, üïi. 77; a account for his monument, 214.

second ballad on, 79; description of in Ferintosh whisky, i. 205.
verso, 121.

FERRIER, Miss, verses to, ii. 104.
DUMOURIER, General, iii. 294.

FINDLATER, Mr Alexander, a brother-officer
Dunbar, Burns at, ii. 84.

and friend of Burns, iii. 269; iv, 174, 192,
DUNBAR, Mr William, ii. 31; letters to, 301.
45, 253; iii, 93, 156.

FINDLAY, Mr James, trains Burns for the
DUNCAN, William, recommended by Burns, Excise, ii, 252.
iii. 140.

FLEMING, Agnes [My Nannic 0!], i, 38,
DUNDAS, Lord President, verses on the 352
death of, ii, 178.

FLINT, Kirsty, a singer of songs to Burns,
DUNDAS, Mr Henry, ii. 121.

iii. 106.
Dunferinline, Burns at, ii. 153.

* Flower of Yarrow, the,' iv. 285.
DUNLOP, Mrs, of Dunlop, becomes the FONTENELLE, Miss, an actress, address

friend of Burns, i. 333; letters to, 334; written for her, iü. 249; letter to, 250;
ii. 18, 46, 47, 66, 200, 226, 242, 258, 259, epigram upon, 251; address for iv, 178.
261, 265, 277, 280, 281, 292, 299, 303, 309; | Fox, C. J., i. 266; sketch of, iii. 25.

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FRASER's hautboy, iv. 19, 26.

GREGORY, Dr James, ii. 79, 183; letter from,
Friars' Carse Hermitage, verses in, ii. 273; iii. 31.
second version, 306.

GROSE, Francis, antiquary, comes to Scot-
Frugality, apostrophe to, iii. 24.

land, iii. 67; poem on his peregrinations,
Fugie, writ in meditatione, against Burns, 67; epitaph on, 69; letters to, 69, 150.

ii. 105.
FULLARTON, Colonel, i. 194; iii. 132; letter Haggis, verses on a, ii. 42.
to, 188.

HALL, Sir James, ii. 84.
Fyers, Fall of, ii. 126.

HALLIDAY, James, iii. 134.

Halloween (All Saints' Eve), superstitions
GAINSBOROUGH, anccdote of a picture by, concerning, i. 147.
ii. 125.

HAMILTON, Captain John, üi. 260; corre-
Gala Water, song upon, iii. 274.

spondence of Burns with, iv, 132, 222.
GALLOWAY, Earl of, iv. 4, 137, 196, 247. HAMILTON, Charlotte, ii. 113, 143, 153;
Gatehouse, Burns at, iv. 3.

songs upon, 168; iv. 207.
Gateslack, alluded to in a song, iv. 167. HAMILTON, Gavin, writer in Mauchline,
Gazetteer, a democratic newspaper, ordered i. 83, 134; versified note to, 248; dedica-
by Burns, iii. 264.

tion to, 280; 357 ; letters to, ii. 6, 43, 114,
GEDDES, Bishop, letter to, ii. 10.

169, 252; epitaph upon, iv, 236.
GILLESPIE, Mr, a friend of Burns, iii. 229. HAMILTON, Mr James, letter to, iii. 35.
Professor, anecdotes related by,

Mrs Gavin, ii. 258.
üi. 71, 107.

Hare, verses on a, iii. 28, 32.
GLEN, Tam, a song, ii. 105.

Harvieston, Burns at, ii. 112-114; second
GLENCAIRN, Countess of, ii. 5; iii. 88; letter visit to, 143.

Haugh, George, a blacksmith, iii, 259, 261,
GLENCAIRN, James, Earl of, ii. 4, 9; letter 302; iv. 36.

to, 37; verses on his portrait, 38; 60; HAY, Mr Charles, letter to, ii. 179.

letter to, 205; Lament for, iii. 168. HENDERSON, Matthew, account of, and pocm
GLENCAIRN, John, Earl of, iii. 286.

on, iii. 126.
GLENLEE, Lord, iv. 140.

HENRI, Mrs, iii. 153, 241; her death, 246.
Globe Tavern, Dumfries, frequented by HERON, Lady Elizabeth, iv. 71.
Burns, iv. 40, 128, 183, 245.

Mr, of Heron, iv. 73; ballads on his
GLOVER, Jean, author of a song, iv, 292. election in 1795, 138-146; letter to, 143;
GOLDIE, Commissary, epigram on, iv. 246. 196, 198.
Goldielea, near Dumfries, iii. 212.

HERON, Robert, i. 293; iii, 64.
Gordon Castle, visited by Burns, ii. 127, Highlands, epigram on hospitality in the,
215.

ii. 97.
GORDON, Duke of, entertains Burns, ii. 127; Highlands, the, song upon, iii. 104.
song by, referred to, 100.

tour in, ii, 109-133.
GORDON, Jane, Duchess of, ii, 10, 49.

West, short tour of Burns in,
Mr, of Kenmure, iv. 2, 142.

ii. 92.
of Balmaghie, iv. 138, 196.

Hill, Mr Peter, bookseller, ii. 275; letters
GOUDIE, John, of Kilmarnock, i. 122; epistlo to, 275, 291; iii. 19, 23, 107, 116, 156, 177,
to, 123; 223.

183, 214, 303; iv. 1, 101; a kipper sent to,
Graces before meat, iv. 41, 240.

184.
GRACIE, Mr James, banker, his kindness to HOGG, James, anecdote related by, ii. 76.
Burns, iv. 208.

HOWDEN, Mr Francis, letter to, ii. 180.
GRAHAY, Douglas, original of Tam o' | Howff, Burns's, at Dumfries, iv. 192.
Shanter, i. 29; iii. 152.

"Howlet face'-epigram, iv. 243.
GRAHAM, Miss, of Fintry, inscription for, Hoy, Mr James, letters to, ii. 158, 100.
iv. 76.

HUMPHRY, James, i. 172; iv. 237.
GRAHAM, Mr Robert, of Fintry, letter to, | HUNTER, W., of Cockrune, his testimony

ii. 204; first verso epistle to, 290; letter regarding the Whistle contest, iii. 62.
to, iii. 78; second verse epistlo to, 121; HYSLOP, John, of Globe Tavern, Dumfries,
third verse epistle to, 181; fourth verse iv. 40; his wife, 192.
epistle to, 201; lotter to, on the Excise-
office reprimand, 268; scheme for the Income of Burns at Dumfries, estimated,
promotion of Burns, iv. 163; sends a sum iv. 120; Excise salary reduced, 204.
of money to Burns, 192.

Innerleithen, Burns at, ii. 80.
GRAHAM, Mrs, of Fintry, letter to, Intemperance, excess of, at Dumfries in
iii. 162.

1794, iv. 48.
GRAHAM, Mr, of Gartmore, alluded to, Inverary, Burns at, ii. 93.
iii. 108.

Inverness, Burns at, ii. 126.
GRAHAM, T., of Balgowan, ü. 125, 147. Irvine, Burns resides at, i. 35, 54.
G[RANT), Mr, a player, iii. 252.

Isle, the, a house occupied by Burns,
GRAY, Mr James, teacher, iv. 233, 234; his ii. 301.

testimony in favour of Burns's character,
301.

Jacobitism of Burns, ii. 14, 41, 134, 296;
GRAY, Simon, epigram on, ii. 82.

iii, 76, 85.
Greenock, death of Highland Mary at, | JEAN,' Burns's (Jean Armour), i. 97, 237;

i. 321–324; her monument there, 325. withdraws to Paisley, 259; 277; her first

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children, 298; Burns's renewed intimacy | Leith, scheme to

Burns to
with, ii. 92, 201, 235; finally married to iv. 163,
Burns, 255; marriage formula, 279; comes LEWARS, Jessy, a young friend of Mrs Burns

to Ellisland, 301. See 'BURNS, Mrs Robert.' -her kind services, iv. 194; songs upon,
Jedburgh, Burns at, ii. 73.

193, 195; epigrams upon, 199, 247.
JEFFREY, Miss, "The Blue-eyed Lassie,' LEWARS, John, a brother-officer of Burns,
iii. 86, 88.

iii. 72; iv. 194, 223.
JEFFREY, Rev. Mr, of Lochmaben, iii. 86. Liberty, Ode to, an uncompleted poem of
Johnson, James, his Musical Museum, Burns, iv, 82, 176.

ii. 69, 157 ; songs of Burns in 2d volume, Liberty, Tree of,' a poem, iv. 79.
213-217; letters to, 259, 300; songs in 3d Library, a parish, Burns's care of, üi. 23,
volume, iii. 99-106; songs in 4th volume, 116; account of, by Burns, 196.
228–240; letter to, iv. 58; songs of Burns Licentious traditionary poetry described,
in 5th volume of his Museum, 58-65; iv. 43.
songs of Burns in 6th volume, 65-67; Light, New, described, i. 131.
letter to, 201.

LINDSAY, Ísabella, admired by Burns at
Johnston, Sir James, of Westerhall, in an Jedburgh, ii. 74, 76.
election contest, iii. 76.

Linlithgow, Burns at, ii. 109.
JOHNSTONE, Captain, a democratic editor, LITTLE, Janet, the poetical milkmaid, iii.
iii. 264.

154, 171.
J. T., Burns answers the petition of, iii. 138. Lochlea, Burns family at, i. 25.

LOCKHART, Mr, biographer of Burns, quoted,
Kelso, Burns at, ii. 73.

ii. 143, 216 ; iv. 57.
KEMBLE, Mrs, epigram upon, iv. 102. LOCKHART, Mr George, of Glasgow, letter
Mrs Stephen, iv. 102.

to, ii. 277.
Kemmis-hall, Burns at, iv. 96.

Logan, Major William, epistle to, i. 331.
Kenmore, Burns at, ii. 117; verses written

Miss, verses to, ii. 16.
at, ibid.

Mr John, of Knockshinnoch, letter
Kenmure Castle, Burns at, iv. 2, 3.

to, iii. 45; 59.
KENMURE, Lord, a song upon, iv. 265. LORIMER, Miss Jean, iii. 229; her story,
KENNEDY, a chapman, iv. 239.

iv. 96. See ‘CHLORIS.'
John, a friend of Burns, i. 234; | Lounger, Burns criticised in the, ii. 7;
letters to, 240, 294.

Burns's opinion of, iii. 119.
KENNEDY, Miss, ii. 243.

Love-letter to an unknown lady, 'My dear
K Miss Peggy, heroine of ‘Ye Banks Countrywoman,' ii. 97.

and Braes o' Bonny Doon,' i. 200; letter Love-letters, early, of Burns, i. 50.
to, 00; song upon, 201; allusion to her

written by Burns for a friend,
story, 334 ; ii. 23; iii. 238.

iv. 124.
KER, Mr, postmaster, ii. 303.

LOWE, author of Mary's Dream, iv. 2, 6.
Kilbagie whisky, i. 179.

LUMSDALE, Henry, 'Highland Harry,'
Kilmarnock, i. 224; 263, 277.

iii, 100.
mason-lodge, i. 286.
respectables, i. 223.

MABANE, Miss, note to, ii, 170.
KILPATRICK, Nelly, the poet's first love, M'ADAM, Mr, of Craigengillan, i. 305.
i. 23.

MAULEY, Mr, of Dumbartun, letter to,
Kilravock, Burns at, ii. 126.

iii. 38.
‘Kirk wad let me be, an anecdote, iv. M'CREERY, John, of Liverpool, printer of

Currie's edition, iv. 230.
Kirk's Alarm, the, a satirical poem, iii. M'CULLOCH, David, of Ardwell, iv. 72.
46.

MGill, Rev. Mr, of Ayr, iii. 46, 110.
Kirkcudbright election of 1795, iv. 137; M'GUIRE, the Ayr violer, ii. 4.
election of 1796, 196.

MACKENZIE, Henry, author of The Man of
Kirkoswald, Burns resides at, i. 25, 26; Feeling,' ii. 7; remarks on his writings,
iii. 144, 149.

iii. 119; ballads by, iv. 291.
KIRKPATRICK of Dunscore, a Calvinistic MACKENZIE, Mr John, surgeon at Mauchline,

clergyınan, ii. 296; iii. 40; 109, 195. i. 274, 285, 328; letters to, 330; ii. 17,
Kirn, the, at Ellisland, 1790, iii. 142.

171.

MACKENZIE of Applecross, satirised by
LADYMAN, Mr, anecdote communicated by, Burns, i. 262.
iv, 39.

MACKINLAY, Rev. James, i. 224; iii. 48.
LANGHORNE quoted, ii. 56.

MACLAUCHLAN, Mrs, a song upon, ii. 216.
LAPRAIK, John, i. 115, 119, 139.

M'LEHOSE, Mrs, (Clarinda), account of,
Lass o' Patie's Mill, a song by Ramsay, ii. 173; letters to, 174, 175, 176, 177, 181;
anecdote respecting, iii. 292.

lines by, 184; letters to, 184, 186, 189,
LAWRIE, Rev. Archibald, i. 307; letters to, 190, 192, 193, 194 bis, 195, 196, 197, 206;
335, 336; letter to, ii. 112.

a farewell to, 207; letters to, 207, 208,
LAWRIE, Rev. George of Loudon, i. 307, 311, 209, 210, 211; her religious views, 219;
334; ii. 24.

letters to, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225
LAWRIE, Sir R., of Maxwelton, iii. 57, 62. bis, 230 bis, 233, 238, 246, 247, 248; remarks
Leglen Wood, haunt of Wallace, on the correspondence with, 256; letters
i. 43.

to, iii. 15, 96; song to, 97; letter to, with

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verses, 205; her voyage to the West | MITCHELL, Collector, iii. 140; letter to, 140;
Indies, 216; letters to, 216; songs upon, referred to by Burns as a critic, iv. 154;
207, 208, 209, 210; returns from the West rhymed note to, 180.
Indies, 261, letter to, 279; last letter MITCHELSON, Mr Samuel, W. S., ii. 69.
to, iv. 83; final allusion of Burns to, Morr, J., printer, anecdote told by,
101 ; letters of Burns in her possession, ii. 12.
226.

MON BODDO, Lord, ii. 10.
MʻLEOD, Isabella, of Raasay, a song upon, Money, Burns's objections to writing for,
ii. 215.

iii. 165, 310.
MʻLEOD, John, on the death of, ii. 100. Monkland Friendly Society, iii. 23, 116, 195,
of Dunvegan, iii. 265.

196.
MʻLEODS of Raasay, Burns intimate with Mons Meg, a cannon, iii. 122.
the, ii. 99.

MONTEATH, Sir James, of Closeburn, ancc-
M'Math, Rev. John, i. 127, 141.

dote communicated by, iii. 106.
M MORINE, Rev. Mr, minister of Caerlave- MONTGOMERY, Maj.-gen. James, i. 284.
rock, üi. 272.

-'s Peggy, i. 70, 101.
M'MURDO, John, Esq., letters to, iii. 1, 126, Montrose, Burns at, ii. 132.
286, 309; iv. 42, 245.

MOODIE, Rev. Alexander, i. 124, 272.
M'MURDO, Mrs, letter to, iii. 27.

MOORE, Dr John, ii. 16; letters to, 20, 33,
Phillis, song referring to, iv. 10, 64, 101, 311; iii. 21; letter from, 22
16.

letters to, 120, 164; advice from,
MACPHERSON, James, a Highland robber, 165.
ii. 213.

MORINE, Mr, purchases Ellisland, iii. 201.
MACQUECHAN'S, Rob, elshon, an incident in Morning Chronicle, Burns asked to con-
life of Bruce, iii. 135.

tribute to, iv, 118; writes a letter to the
M'WHINNIE, Mr, writer, Ayr, i. 240.

editor of, 126.
Marriage, Burns's, question if it was ever | MORRISON, Mary, a song, i. 68; ii. 217.
annulled, ii. 321.

, Mr, Mauchline, note to, ii.
Marriage, irregular, not to be annulled 289.
except by divorce, ii. 201.

Mossgiel, Burns's farm, i. 82; Burns's room
Martial, epigram on a translation of, ii. 195; at, i. 145, 189.

a paraphrase upon one of his epigrams, Muir, Robert, of Kilmarnock, an early
iv. 146.

friend of Burns, i. 223; letters to, 235,
Mary, Highland. See 'CAMPBELL, Mary.' 298; ii. 63, 112, 241.
MARY, Queen of Scots, iii. 162.

MUIR, W., of Torbolton Mill, i. 110; ii.
Mason-lodge at Dumfries, notes from its 237.
book, iv. 191.

MUIRHEAD, Rev. James, of Urr, iv. 145,
MASTERTON, Allan, iii. 55, 58; iv. 40.

146, 197.
Ann, 'Bonny Ann,' iii. 101. MURDOCH, John, first teacher of Burns,
Mauchline, i. 82, 97, 100; description of, i. 9, 11, 14, 17; letter of the poet to,
170; Burns's return to, ii. 89.

Jan. 1783, 60; letter from, ii. 161; iii. 111;
MAXWELL, Dr, a physician at Dumfries, letter to, 125.
iv, 86, 173, 198, 224.

MURRAY, Esq., of Broughton, iv. 138,
MAXWELL, John, Esq., of Terraughty, verses 142, 145, 196.
to, iii. 197; iv. 140.

MURRAY, Euphemia, of Lintrose, ii. 148.
MAXWELL, Provost, of Lochmaben, letter to,

, Sir William, of Ochtertyre, ii. 119,
iii. 85.

142.
MAYNE, John, a Scottish poet, i. 155; MURRAY's Literary History of Galloway
iii. 305.

quoted, iii. 51.
MERKLAND, Miss, ii. 251.

MYLNE, Mr, poems of, iii. 17, 18.
Merry Beggars,' an old song, prototype of
Burns's Jolly Beggars,' i. 183.

NASMYTH, Alexander, paints Burns's por-
MICHIE, William, epitaph upon, iv. 242. trait, ii. 32; iv. 161.
MILLER, Captain, of Dalswinton, iii. 76, 121 ; NEWALL, Mr David, writer, ii. 301 ; iii. 134;
iv. 46.

iv. 127.
MILLER, Mr James, produces air of ‘Ye Newcastle, Burns at, ii. 86.
Banks and Braes,' &c., iv. 108.

Nicholson, Peg, a horse, iii. 110.
MILLER, Patrick, of Dalswinton, ii. 9, 18, Nicol, Mr William, ii. 87; letters to, 87,

89; letters to, 135, 155; lets a farm to 90; his character and history, 105;
Burns, 243; his concern in originating accompanies Burns in Highlands, 109--
steam-navigation, 245; iii. 177, 201; letter 133; letter to, 146; affair of Willie
to, 286.

brewed a Peck o' Maut,' iii. 55; purchases
MILLER, Patrick, junior, iv. 119.

an estate, 315; letter to, 108; letter of
Mill-Mannoch, on the Coyl, scene of a song, Nicol to Ainslie, 135; letter to, 215;
iii. 289.

with Allan Masterton at Dumfries, iv. 40;
Mill Vennel, Dumfries, Burns removes to, epitaph upon, 242.
iii. 302.

Nielson, Rev. Mr, of Kirkbean, iii. 109.
Ministry, neglect of Burns by the, iv. Nith, song on the, iii. 105.
150.

NIVEN, Rev. Dr, of Dunkeld, i. 134,
Mirecleuch prosecution, iii. 137.

William, a companion of Burns at
MIRRY, Mrs Anne, i. 70.

Kirkoswald, i. 27, 249, note, 297.
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children, 298; Burns's renewed intimacy | Leith, scheme to

Burns to,
with, ii. 92, 201, 235; finally married to iv. 163.
Burns, 255; marriage formula, 279; comes LEWARS, Jessy, a young friend of Mrs Burns

to Ellisland, 301. See BURNS, Mrs Robert.' -her kind services, iv. 194; songs upon,
Jedburgh, Burns at, ii. 73.

193, 195; epigrams upon, 199, 247.
JEFFREY, Miss, "The Blue-eyed Lassie,' LEWARS, John, a brother-officer of Burns,
ii. 86, 88.

iii. 72; iv. 194, 223.
JEFFREY, Rev. Mr, of Lochmaben, iii. 86. Liberty, Ode to, an uncompleted poem of
Johnson, James, his Musical Museum, Burns, iv. 82, 176.

ii. 69, 157; songs of Burns in 2d volume, Liberty, Tree of,' a poem, iv. 79.
213-217; letters to, 259, 300; songs in 3d Library, a parish, Burns's care of, iii. 23,
volume, iii. 99-106; songs in 4th volune, 116; account of, by Burns, 196.
228–240; letter to, iv. 58; songs of Burns Licentious traditionary poetry described,
in 5th volume of his Museum, 58-65; iv. 43.
songs of Burns in 6th volume, 65-67 ; Light, New, described, i. 131.
letter to, 201.

LINDSAY, Ísabella, admired by Burns at
Johnston, Sir James, of Westerhall, in an Jedburgh, ii. 74, 76.
election contest, ini. 76.

Linlithgow, Burns at, ii, 109.
JOHNSTONE, Captain, a democratic editor, LITTLE, Janet, the poetical milkmaid, üi.
iii. 264.

154, 171.
J. T., Burns answers the petition of, iii. 138. Lochlea, Burns family at, i. 25.

LOCKHART, Mr, biographer of Burns, quoted,
Kelso, Burns at, ii. 73.

ii. 143, 216; iv. 57.
KEMBLE, Mrs, epigram upon, iv. 102. LOCKHART, Mr George, of Glasgow, letter
Mrs Stephen, iv. 102.

to, ii. 277.
Kemmis-hall, Burns at, iv. 96.

LOGAN, Major William, epistle to, i. 331.
Kenmore, Burns at, ii. 117; verses written

Miss, verses to, ii. 16.
at, ibid.

Mr John, of Knockshinnoch, letter
Kenmure Castle, Burns at, iv. 2, 3.

to, iii. 45; 59.
KENMURE, Lord, a song upon, iv. 265. LORIMER, Miss Jean, iii. 229; her story,
KENNEDY, a chapman, iv. 239.

iv. 96. See ‘CHLORIS.'
, John, a friend of Burns, i. 234; Lounger, Burns criticised in the, ii. 7;
letters to, 240, 291.

Burns's opinion of, ii. 119.
KENNEDY, Miss, ii. 243.

Love-letter to an unknown lady, ‘My dear
K- Miss Peggy, heroine of ‘Ye Banks Countrywoman,' ii. 97.

and Braes o' Bonny Doon,' i. 200; letter Love-letters, early, of Burns, i. 50.
to, 200; song upon, 201 ; allusion to her

written by Burns for a friend,
story, 334; ii, 23; ii. 238.

iv. 12.
KER, Mr, postmaster, ii. 303.

Lowe, author of Mary's Dream, iv, 2. 6.
Kilbagie whisky, i. 179.

LUMSDALE, Henry, Highland Harry,
Kilmarnock, i. 224; 263, 277.

iii. 100.
mason-lodge, i. 286.
respectables, i. 223.

MABANE, Miss, note to, ii. 170.
KILPATRICK, Nelly, the poet's first love, M'ADAM, Mr, of Craigengillan, i. 305.
i. 23.

MAULEY, Mr, of Dumbarton, letter to,
Kilravock, Burns at, ii. 126.

iii. 38.
Kirk wad let me be,' an anecdote, iv. M'CREERY, John, of Liverpool, printer of
289.

Currie's edition, iv, 230.
Kirk's Alarm, the, à satirical poem, iii. M'CULLOCH, David, of Ardwell, iv. 72.
46.

M-GILL, Rev. Mr, of Ayr, iii. 46, 110.
Kirkcudbright election of 1795, iv. 137; M'GUIRE, the Ayr violer, ii. 4.
election of 1796, 196.

MACKENZIE, Henry, author of The Man of
Kirkoswald, Burns resides at, i. 25, 26; Feeling,' ii. 7; remarks on his writings,
iii. 144, 149.

iii. 119; ballads by, iv. 291.
KIRKPATRICK of Dunscore, a Calvinistic MACKENZIE, Mr John, surgeon at Mauchline,
clergyman, ii. 296 ; iii. 40; 109, 195,

i. 274, 285, 328; letters to, 330; ii. 17,
Kirn, the, at Ellisland, 1790, iii. 142.

171.

MACKENZIE of Applecross, satirised by
LADYMAN, Mr, anecdote communicated by, Burns, i. 262.
iv. 39.

MACKINLAY, Rev. James, i. 224; iii. 48.
LANGHORNE quoted, ii. 56.

MACLAUCHLAN, Mrs, a song upon, ii. 216.
LAPRAIK, John, i. 115, 119, 139.

M'LEHOSE, Mrs, (Clarinda), account of,
Lass o' Patie's Mill, a song by Ramsay, ii. 173; letters to, 174, 175, 176, 177, 181;
anecdote respecting, iii, 292.

lines by, 184; letters to, 184, 186, 189,
LAWRIE, Rev. Archibald, i. 307; letters to, 190, 192, 193, 194 bis, 195, 196, 197, 206;
335, 336; letter to, ii. 112.

a farewell to, 207; letters to, 207, 208,
LAWRIE, Rev. George of Loudon, i. 307, 311, 209, 210, 211; her religious views, 219;
334 ; ii. 24.

letters to, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225
LAWRIE, Sir R., of Maxwelton, iii. 57, 62. bis, 230 bis, 233, 238, 246, 247, 248; remarks
Leglen Wood, haunt of Wallace, on the correspondence with, 256; letters
i. 43.

to, iii. 15, 96; song to, 97; letter to, with

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