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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.

MONBODDO, Lord, ii. 10.
M'LEOD, Isabella, of Raasay, a song upon, Money, Burns's objections to writing for,
ii. 215.

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

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

MONTEATH, Sir James, of Closeburn, ancc-
MMATH, Rev. John, i. 127, 141.

dote communicated by, iii. 106.
M'MORINE, Rev. Mr, minister of Caerlave- MONTGOMERY, Maj.-gen. James, i. 234.
rock, iii. 272.

-’s Peggy, i. 70, 101.
MʻMURDO, 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, iji. 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, iü. 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
ii. 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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Ochtertyre on the Teith, Burns at, ii. 149. RENWICK, Mrs, of New York, iii. 87.

Strathearn, Burns entertained Revolution, French, Burns's sympathy with
at, ii. 145.

the, iii. 203, 262; iv. 78.
Officer, military, quarrel of Burns with, at RICHARDSON, Gabriel, epitaph on, iv. 246.
Dumfries, iv. 47.

RICHMOND, John, an early companion of
Old Rome Forest, Burns concealed at, Burns, i. 144, 182; letters to, 231, 277,
i. 290.

290; ii. 13, 98.
OSWALD, Mrs, of Auchincruive, satire on, RIDDEL, Captain, of Glenriddel, ii. 272, 238;
iii. 8.

verses on returning him a newspaper,
OSWALD, Richard A., Esq. of Auchincruive, iii. 6; letter to, 7; affair of “the Whistle,

iv. 140; letter to, 151; song upon his 57; 196; his death, iv. 68; sonnet on,
wife, 152,

ibid.

RIDDEL, Mr Walter, of Woodley Park,
PAINE's Rights of Man, &c., anecdote of a üi. 212; iv, 48; epigram upon, 102.

RIDDEL, Mrs R., letter to her sister, iv.
Paisley, Burns at, ii, 94.

69.
PARKER, Hugh, epistle to, ii. 268.

RIDDEL, Mrs Walter, an intimate friend of
W., Kilmarnock, i. 223, 286.

Burns, iii. 212, 242; letters to, 251, 252;
Patron, an unknown, letter to, iii. 5.

impromptu on her birthday, iv. 39; lives
Pattison, Mr, of Kelvin Grove, rencontre solitarily at Woodley Park, 46; letter to,
of, with Burns, iv. 172.

47; offended by Burns, 48; letters to, 51;
PATTISON, Mr, of Paisley, letter to, ii. 81; lampoons on, 52-55, 76; allusion to, 108;
94, 231.

song upon, 113, 116; song by, addressed
PEACOCK, Miss Mary (Mrs James Gray), to Burns, 117; another song addressed to
ii. 209, letter to, iii. 262; 279.

Burns, 133; letters to, 133, 183, 200; last
PEEBLES, Rev. William, i. 273; üi. 49.

interview with, 202; writes an obituary
Penn, Matthew, solicitor, iv. 205, 209.

notice of Burns, 215; plants laurels on
PERCY’s Reliques of English poetry, iii. Burns's grave, 215.
164.

[ROBERTSON), Captain, [of Lude), letter to,
PERRY, Mr, of the Morning Chronicle, iv. 45.
inakes an offer to Burns, iv. 118.

ROBERTSON, Principal, ii. 14; iii. 178.
Phrenological view of Burns's head, iv. Rocking, a social meeting, explained, i.
309.

114.
PICKERING, author of ' Donocht - Head, Rocking Song, the, i. 342.
iv. 91.

RODGER, Hugh, schoolmaster at Kirkoswald,
PINDAR, Peter, iii. 277, 278; iv. 16.

i. 27.
PITT, William, his opinion of Burns's RONALD, Misses, of Bennals, i. 41.
poetry, iv. 150.

Mr, iii. 75.
Poet, wretchedness of the, depicted by

William, his admiration of Burns's
Burns, iv. 7.

prayers, i. 161.
Poet's Progress, the, fragment of, iii. 3. Rose, Mrs, of Kilravock, ii. 126, 228; letter
Political feelings of Burns, ii. 41, 296;

to, 228.
iii. 76, 203; iv. 35, 47, 77.

RUSSELL, Rev. John, i. 124, 275; iii. 48.
Portraits of Burns : Nasmyth's, ii. 32;
Miers's, 167, 180; iv. 161.

SAMSON, Tam, of Kilmarnock, i. 297,
Posthumous child, verses on birth of, ii. 154; 301.
curious history of, 155, 198.

Sanquhar, Burns at, iii. 7.
Poverty of Burns overstated, iv. 120. SCHETKI, Mr, musician, ii. 206.
PRENTICE, Archibald, of Manchester Times, Scolding, literary, iii. 180.
ii. 1.

Scort, Mrs, of Wauchope House, ü. 27,
PRENTICE, Mr, farmer at Covington Mains, 75.
entertains Burns, ii. 1.

Scott, Sir Walter, meets Burns at Dr
Psalms, verses of, quoted by Burns, iii. 38, Ferguson's, ii. 5); in opposition to Burns
39.

in a public question, iv. 183.
Punch-bowl, Burns's, iii. 184.

Seal cut for Biirns, iii. 280.

Selkirk, Burns at, ii. 76.
QUEENSBERBY, Duke of, iii. 77, 121; iv. SELKIRK, Earl of, iv. 3, 4, 139.

SHARPE, Charles, of Hoddam, letter to,

iii. 193; presents a mason's apron to
RAMSAY, Mr David, of Edinburgh Courant, Burns, 194.
iii. 20.

Shaw, Rev. Drs A. and D., i. 127.
RAMSAY, Mr John, of Ochtertyre, ii. 142, Sir James, his benevolent exertions
144 ; iii. 134.

for Burns's family, iv. 308.
RANKINE, John, a friend of Burns, i. 88; Sheep's head, a dinner of, iv. 40.
iv, 239.

SHEPHERD, Rev. John, Muirkirk, iii. 50.
Religion, state of, in west of Scotland in SILLAR, David, an early friend of the poet,
Burns's time, i. 122.

i. 46, 61, 104, 156.
Religious feelings and views of Burns, i. SIMPSON, William, schoolmaster of Ochil-
122, 160; ii. 46, 189, 219; iii. 40, 55, 82;

tree, i. 128.
iv. 56.

SINCLAIR, Sir John, letters to, iii. 195,
RENTUN, Mr, of Lamerton, ii. 83.

196.

170.

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SKINNER, Rev. John, ii. 131, 136; letter to, | TENNANT, Mr James, of Glenconner, ii.

138; letter from, 139; letter to, 226; 232; letter to, 306; versified epistle to,
songs by, noticed, iv. 290, 291.

iii. 33.
SKIRVING, Mr, writes a song; anecdote of, TENNANT, Mr, of Ayr, his recollections of
iv. 287.

Burns, i. 13.
Slave-trade; a poem of H. M. Williams, Thomson, Mr George, of Edinburgh, collec-
iii. 41.

tion of Scottish Melodies projected by,
SLOAN, Mr Thomas, a companion of Burns, ii. 225; letter to Burns, 226; Burns's
iii. 9, 185.

letters to, 227, 244, 247, 248, 256, 257, 273,
SMELLIE, Alexander, anecdotes communi- 277, 282, 285, 289, 291, 297, 299, 303, 304,
cated by, ii. 30; iv. 215.

307; sends a present of money to Burns,
SHELLIE, William, Burns's poems printed 307 ; letters to, 309; iv. 9 bis, 11, 12, 14,

by, ii, 29; verses on, 31; letter to, iii. 213; 16, 17, 19, 22, 24, 29, 31, 33, 36, 41, 70, 76,
242.

81, 83, 84, 89, 103, 110, 122, 129, 135, 136,
SMITH, Elizabeth, a servant of Burns, 157, 160, 161 bis ; Mr T. attempts to
ii. 301 ; iii. 51, 62.

remunerate Burns, 163 ; letters to, 164 bis,
SMITH, James, an early friend of Burns, 166, 188; sends Allan's etchings to Burns,

i. 172; epistle to, 184; letters to, 290; 189; letters to, 192, 193, 202; Burns asks
ii. 90, 95, 257.

assistance from, 206 ; sends £5 to Burns,
SUITH, Rev. George, i. 273.

208; his assistance to Currie's edition of
Smuggling vessel, affair of a, iii. 216.

Burns, 227 ; his Melodies, 228, note ; letter
Snow-storin, an extraordinary, iv. 134.

of Gilbert Burns to, 228.
Songs, Scotch, usually sung too slow, iv. 9. THOMSON, Peggy, an early flame of Burns,
'Spunkie'--apostrophe to, iii. 301.

i. 26, 30, 71.
STAIG, Miss Janet, song upon, iii. 285; Tuoxson, the poet, temple to, iii. 186 ;
epigram upon, iv. 87.

address to the shade of, 187; quoted,
Star (newspaper), the, Burns writes a letter 266.

to, ii. 297 ; corresponds with, iii. 52. Thrush, sonnet on hearing one sing, iii.
STEVEN, Rev. William, i. 299.

275.
STEWART, Mrs, of Stair, i. 107, 253; letter TINNOCK, Nanse, alewife in Mauchline,
to, 306; 320; ii. 294.

i. 171.
STEWART, Willie, epigram, iv. 244.

* Toast for the 12th of April,' iv. 149.
Polly, a heroine of Burns, iv. 63. Toothache, Burns afflicted by, and his

Professor Dugald, i. 312, 328; address to, iii. 37.
ii. 50; his account of Burns in Edinburgh, Torbolton, Bachelors' Club of, i. 44.
54; letters to, 259; iii. 14.

Freemasons' Lodge of, i. 92;
STEWART, Rev. Mr, of Luss, iii. 134.

farewell to, 283; books of, 284; account
Stirling, Burns writes disloyal lines at, of, 353.
ii. 120; second visit to, 142.

TRAIN, Joseph, anecdote communicated by,
St Mary's Isle, Burns at, iv. 3; 139.

iii. 73; 218; iv. 6.
STOBIE, Mr, does duty for Burns, iv. 192. Traquair, Burns at, ii. 80.
Stock and horn, a Scottish musical instru- Troggin— Wha'll buy troggin?'—a ballad,
ment described, iv. 115.

iv. 196.
Stonehaven, Burns at, ii. 132.

Turit, Loch, Burns visits, ii. 147.
STRANG'S 'Germany in 1830' quoted, iv. TURNBULL, Gavin, songs by, iv. 37, 38.
43.

TURNER, Andrew, epigram upon, iv. 244.
STRATHALLAN, Viscount, his "Lament,'TYTLER, Alexander Fraser, letter from,
ii. 214.

iii. 174; letter to, 175.
STREPHON and LYDIA, anecdote of, iv. 288. TYTLER, Balloon, iv. 285.
STUART, Mr Daniel, iii. 52, 112.

Mr William, of Woodhouselee,
- Peter, letter to, ii. 35; iii. 27; ii. 167; ii. 276; iv. 284.
noticed, 30; letter from, 51; letter to,
52; versified epistle to, 112.

· Vision, a,' a song, iv. 60.
STUART, Prince Charles, his birthday cele- Vision, the, a poem, i. 189; additional
brated by Burns, ii. 14; 134.

stanzas of, ii. 21, 315.
SUTHERLAND, Mr, a player, iï. 92; prologue Volunteers, Dumfries, iv. 147.

for, 98; 249.
Sword-cane, story of a, iv. 156.

WALKER, Professor, ii. 50, 119; letter to,
SYME, John, Esq., a friend of Burns, iii. 259; 124; iv. 175.

excursion with Burns in Galloway, iv. 2; Walks, favourite, of Burns at Dumfries,
21; 51; 141 ; letter to, 151; account of iv. 13.
in 1826, 155 ; exertions for Burns's family, Wallace,' Blind Harry's, quoted, iii. 54.
224.

WALLACE, Mr, writer in Dumfries, iv.

58.
Tait, Crawford, Esq., letter to, iii. 140. Wanlockhead, Burns at, ii. &
Mr, of Harvieston, ii. 113.

WASHINGTON, General, Burns proposes cele-
Tam o' Shanter, ii. 144.

brating his birthday, iv. 74.
TAYLOR, Dr John, of Paisley, ii. 94.

Wauchope House, ii. 27; Burns's letter to
, John, Wanlockhead, iii. 9.

wife of, ii. 28.
of Norwich, his work on Original WHELPDALE, Mr, husband of Jean Lorimer,
Sin, i. 122, 355.

iv. 97.

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'Whistle, the,' affair of, and poem so called, | WILSON, John, printor at Kilmarnock,
iii. 57-59.

i. 263, 361; iv. 237.
WHITEFOORD, Sir John, i. 157; ii. 17; letter WILSON, Mrs David, innkeeper at Roslin,
to, 171 ; Lines sent to, iii. 170.

verses on, ii. 33.
WILLIAMS, Helen Maria, ii. 21, 33; letter Wood, Alexander, surgeon, ii. 183, 204.
to, iii. 41; answer from, 45.

Maria.

RIDDEL, Mrs
WILLIAMSON, an actor, iv. 52.

Walter.'
Mr David, clothier, iv. 206. Woodley Park, iii. 212.

Rev. David, hero of 'Dainty Woods, Joseph, the player, ii. 60.
Davie,' iv. 18.

WORDSWORTH, William, remark by, iv. 219;
WILLIE, Holy, i. 136, 138, 172.

writes a pamphlet on Burns, 233.
WILSON, Hugh, a herd-boy, i. 63.

John (Dr Hornbook), i. 108. Yarrow Visited,'quotation from, i. 77.

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