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THE

POETICAL WORKS

OF

SIR WALTER SCOTT.

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Mac-Gregor's Gathering
Donald Caird 's come again

ib.
Mackrimmon's Lament
On Ettrick Forest's mountains dun

ib.
The Sun upon the Weirdlaw-bill

ib.
The Maid of Isla

474
The Foray

ib.
The Monks of Bangor's March

ib.
The Search after Happiness; or the Quest of
Sultaun Solimaun

475
The Poacher

· 478
The Dance of Death

. 479
Farewell to the Muse

480
Epitaph on Mrs Erskine

ib.
Mr Kemble's Farewell Address, on taking
leave of the Edinburgh Stage

481
Epilogue to The Appeal

ib.
Song-Oh say not, my love, with that morti-
fied air

ib.
The Palmer

ib.
The Maid of Neidpath .

482
Wandering Willie .

ib.
Hunting-song-Waken, lords and ladies gay 483
The Violet

ib.
To a Lady, with flowers from a Roman wall
The Bard's Incantation, written under the

Threat of invasion, in the autumn of 1804 ib.
The Resolve (in imitation of an old English

poem)
Epitaph designed for a monument in Lichfield

Cathedral, at the Burial Place of the Family
of Miss Seward .

ib.
The Return to Ulster

485
On the Massacre of Glencoe

ib.
Prologue to Miss Baillie's play of the Family
Legend .

ib.
Farewell to Mackenzie, High Chief of Kintail

(from the Gaelic)
Imitation of the preceding song

.

ib.

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LIFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT

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THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL
Notes.

29
MARMION

58
Notes .
THE LADY OF THE LAKE

137
Notes.

179
ROKEBY

209
Notes .

251
THE LORD OF THE ISLES

276
Notes .

314
THOMAS THE RBYMER

349
Noles and Appendix

359
HAROLD TJÈ DAUNTLESS

361
THE BRIDAL OF TRJERMAIN.

380
Notes.

402
THE VISION OF DON RODERICK .

404
Notes.

413
THE FIELD OF WATERLOO

419
Notes.

424
HALIDON HILL

425
Notes :

440
BALLADS AND LYRICAL PIECES.
Glenfiolas; or Lord Ronald's Coronach ib.
Notes

443
The Eve of Saint Jobo .

444
Notes

446
Cadyow Castle.

447
Notes

450
The Gray Brother

452
Notes

454
The Fire-King (imitated from Goëthe)

ib.
Frederick and Alice (imitated from Bürger). 456
The Wild Huntsmen

457
William and Helen (imitated from Bürger) 459
The Battle of Sempach (translated from
Tchudi).

462
The Noble Moringer (translated from the Ger-
man)

464
MISCELLANIES.

War-song of the Royal Edinburgh Light Dra-
goons

468
The Norman Horse-shoe

469
The Last Words of Cadwallon

ib.
The Maid of Toro.
Hellvellyn .

470
Jock of Hazeldean.

ib.
Lullaby of an Infant Chief .

ib.
Pibroch of Donald Dhu

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War-song of Lachlan, High Chief of Maclean
(from the Gaelic)

487
Saint-Cloud (written in September, 1815) ib.
Romance of Dunois (from the French).

ib.
The Troubadour

488
From the French-It chanced that Cupid on

471
Nora's Vow

ib.

a season

ib.

Song, for the Anniversary Meeting of the Pitt
Club of Scotland

ib.
Song, on the lifting of the Banner of the

House of Buccleugh, at a great Football-
Match on Carterhaugh

ib.
The Death of keeldar .

489
Farewell Address, Spoken at the Edinburgh

Theatre by Mrs Henry Siddons, April, 1830. 490
Lines in the Album at the Bell-Rock Lighthouse. ib.
Impromptu, to M. Alexandre

ib.

:: The Figures between parentheses, thus (1), refer to Notes at the end of each Poem : those marked thus, 'to

Notes at the bottom of the page.

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