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MARMION: A TALE OF FLODDEN
FIELD.
INTRODUCTORY NOTE

81 INTRODUCTION TO CANTO FIRST 88 CANTO FIRST: THE CASTLE

. 91 INTRODUCTION TO CANTO SECOND . 97 CANTO SECOND: THE CONVENT INTRODUCTION TO CANTO THIRD 106 CANTO THIRD : THE HOSTEL, OR INN 109 INTRODUCTION TO CANTO FOURTH 115 CANTO FOURTH : THE CAMP

117 INTRODUCTION TO CANTO FIFTA 124 CANTO FIFTH: THE COURT

126 INTRODUCTION TO CANTO SIXTH . 137 CANTO SIXTH: THE BATTLE

140 L'ENVOY

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EARLY BALLADS AND LYRICS.

THE VIOLET.
TO A LADY WITH FLOWERS FROM A

ROMAN WALL
THE ERL-KING, FROM THE GERMAN

OF GOETHE
WAR-SONG OF THE ROYAL EDINBURGH

LIGHT DRAGOONS .
SONG FROM "GOETZ VON BERLICH-

INGEN'
SONGS FROM THE HOUSE OF ASPEN.'
I, 'JOY TO THE VICTORS, THE

SONS OF OLD ASPEN'
II. 'SWEET SHONE THE SUN ON

THE FAIR LAKE OF TORO'
III. RHEIN-WEIN LIED
GLENFINLAS, OR LORD RONALD'S

CORONACH .
THE EVE OF ST. JOHN
THE GRAY BROTHER
THE FIRE-KING
BOTHWELL CASTLE
THE SHEPHERD'S TALE.
Снеутот
FREDERICK AND ALICE
CADYOW CASTLE
THE REIVER'S WEDDING
CHRISTIE'S WILL.
THOMAS THE RHYMER
THE BARD'S INCANTATION
HELLVELLYN

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PHAROS LOQUITUR

410 LETTER IN VERSE ON THE VOYAGE

WITH THE COMMISSIONERS OF
NORTHERN LIGHTS.
To His GRACE THE DUKE OF
BUCCLEUCH.

411 POSTSCRIPTUM

412 SONGS AND VERSES FROM

WAVERLEY.
I. ' AND DID YE NOT HEAR OF A
MIRTH BEFELL

413 II. • LATE WHEN THE AUTUMN EVENING FELL

414 III. THE KNIGHT'S TO THE MOUNTAIN'

414 IV. 'It's UP GLEMBARCHAN'S BRAES I GAED

414 V. 'HIE AWAY, HIE AWAY'

414 VI. ST. SWITHIN'S CHAIR

415 VII. *YOUNG MEN WILL LOVE THEE

MORE FAIR AND MORE FAST' 415 VIII. FLORA MacIVor's SONG 416 IX. TO AN OAK TREE.

417 X. WE ARE BOUND TO DRIVE THE BULLOCKS'

418 XI. ‘BUT FOLLOW, FOLLOW ME' 418 FOR A' THAT AN' A' THAT

418 FAREWELL TO MACKENZIE, HIGH CHIEF OF KINTAIL

419 IMITATION OF THE PRECEDING SONG 419 WAR.SONG OF LACHLAN, High CHIEF OF MACLEAN

420 SAINT CLOUD

420 THE DANCE OF DEATH

421 ROMANCE OF DUNOIS

423 THE TROUBADOUR

423 IT CHANCED THAT CUPID ON A SEA

423 SONG ON THE LIFTING OF THE BANNER OF THE HOUSE OF BUCCLEUCH AT A GREAT FOOTBALL MATCH ON CARTERHAUGH

424 SONGS FROM GUY MANNERING.

I. 'CANNY MOMENT, LUCKY FIT 424 II. TWIST YE, TWINE YE! EVEN SO’ 425 III. "WASTED, WEARY, WHEREFORE STAY'

425 IV. “DARK SHALL BE LIGHT

425 LULLABY OF AN INFANT CHIEF 425 THE RETURN TO ULSTER

425 JOCK OF HAZELDEAN PIBROCH OF DONALD DHU

427 NORA's Vow

427 MacGREGOR’S GATHERING

428 VERSES SUNG AT THE DINNER GIVEN

TO THE GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS OF
RUSSIA AND HIS SUITE, 19TH DE-
CEMBER, 1816

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MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.
THE DYING BARD

399 THE NORMAN HORSE-SHOE

399 THE MAID OF TORO

400 THE PALMER

400 THE MAID OF NEIDPATA

401 WANDERING WILLIE

401 HEALTH TO LORD MELVILLE . 402 HUNTING SONG

403 SONG : 'O, SAY NOT, MY LOVE' 404 THE RESOLVE

404 EPITAPH DESIGNED FOR A MONUMENT

IN LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL, AT THE
BURIAL-PLACE OF THE FAMILY OF
Miss SEWARD

405
PROLOGUE TO Miss BAILLIE'S PLAY
OF "THE FAMILY LEGEND'

405 THE POACHER

406 THE BOLD DRAGOON; OR, THE FLAIN OF BADAJOS

408 ON THE MASSACRE OF GLENCOE 409 SONG FOR THE ANNIVERSARY MEET

ING OF THE PITT CLUB OF SCOT-
LAND

409 LINES ADDRESSED TO

RANALD Mac-
DONALD, Esq., OF STAFFA

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VERSES FROM THE ANTIQUARY.
I. HE CAME, BUT VALOR HAD SO
FIRED HIS EYE

429 II. · WHY SIT'ST THOU BY THAT RUINED HALL'

429 III. EPITAPH

429 IV. THE HERRING LOVES THE MERRY MOON-LIGHT

429 VERSES FROM OLD MORTALITY. I. AND WHAT THOUGH WINTER WILL PINCH SEVERE

430 II. VERSES FOUND, WITH A LOCK

OF HAIR, IN BOTHWELL'S
POCKETBOOK

430
III. EPITAPH ON BALFOUR OF BUR-
LEY

430 THE SEARCH AFTER HAPPINESS 431 LINES WRITTEN FOR Miss SMITA . 436 MR. KEMBLE'S FAREWELL ADDRESS

ON TAKING LEAVE OF THE EDIN-
BURGH STAGE

436 THE SUN UPON THE WEIRDLAW Hili 437 SONG FROM ROB ROY

438 THE MONKS OF BANGOR'S MARCH 438 EPILOGUE TO THE APPEAL'

439 MACKRIMMON'S LAMENT

439 DONALD CAIRD'S COME AGAIN 440 MADGE WILDFIRE's Songs

440 THE BATTLE OF SEMPACH

442 THE NOBLE MORINGER

444 EPITAPH ON MRS. ERSKINE

447 SONGS FROM THE BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR. I. LOOK NOT THOU ON BEAUTY'S CHARMING

448 II. THE MONK MTST ARISE WHEN THE MATINS RING'

448 III. · WHEN THE LAST LAIRD OF RAVENSWOOD

TO RAVENS-
WOOD SHALL RIDE'

448 SONGS FROM THE LEGEND OF MONT

ROSE.
I. ANCIENT GAELIC MELODY 448
II. THE ORPHAN MAID

449 VERSES FROM IVANHOE.

I. THE CRUSADER'S RETURN 449 II. THE BAREFOOTED FRIAR . 450 III. NORMAN SAW ON ENGLISH OAK'

450 IV. WAR-SONG

450 V. REBECCA's HYMN.

451 VI. THE BLACK KNIGHT AND WAMBA

452 VII. ANOTHER CAROL BY

THE
SAME

452 VIII. FUNERAL HYMN

453

VERSES FROM THE MONASTERY.

I. ANSWER TO INTRODUCTORY
EPISTLE

453 II. BORDER SONG

453 III. SONGS OF THE WHITE LADY OF AVENEL

453 IV. TO THE SUB-PRIOR

454 V. HALBERT'S INCANTATION . 455 VI. To HALBERT .

455 VII. TO THE SAME

456 VIII. TO THE SAME

458 IX. TO MARY AVENEL

458 X. To EDWARD GLENDINNING 458 XI. THE WHITE LADY'S FARE

458 GOLDTHRED'S SONG FROM

KENIL WORTH

459 VERSES FROM THE PIRATE.

I. THE SONG OF THE TEMPEST 459 II. HALCRO's Song .

460 III. SONG OF HAROLD HARFAGER 460 IV. SONG OF THE MERMAIDS AND MERMEN

461 V. NORNA'S VERSES

461 VI. HALCRO AND NORNA

462 VII. THE FISHERMEN'S SONG 463 VIII. CLEVELAND's SONGS

464 IX. HALCRO'S VERSES

464 X. NORNA'S INCANTATIONS 465 XI. THE SAME, AT THE MEETING WITH MINNA

465 XII. BRYCE SNAILSFOOT'S ADVERTISEMENT

467 •ON ETTRICK FOREST's MOUNTAINS Dun'

467 THE MAID OF ISLA

467 FAREWELL TO THE MUSE

467 NIGEL'S INITIATION AT WHITEFRIARS 468 CARLE, NOW THE KING'S COME' 469 THE BANNATYNE CLUB

471 COUNTY GUY

472 EPILOGUE TO THE DRAMA FOUNDED ON SAINT RONAN'S WELL'

472 EPILOGUE

473 VERSES FROM REDGAUNTLET.

I. A CATCH OF COWLEY'S ALTERED 473 II. “As LORDS THEIR LABORERS' HIRE DELAY:

474 LINES ADDRESSED MONSIEUR ALEXANDRE,

CELEBRATED VENTRILOQUIST .

474 To J. G. LOCKHART, Esq., ON THE

COMPOSITION OF MAIDA'S EPITAPH 474 SONGS FROM THE BETROTHED. I. SOLDIER, WAKE!'

476 TI. WOMAN'S FAITH

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Note. The frontispiece is a photogravure made by John Andrew and Son from a paint-
ing made in 1824 by C. R. Leslie, R. A., once in the possession of the late George Ticknor,
Esq., and now the property of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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