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XXXIV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with By Allan

stream I chanced to rove,

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XXXV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with Whistle and

Pll come to you my lad,and Awa
wi' your belles and your beauties,

97

XXXVI. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with « Come let me

take thee to my breast,

101

XXXVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. “ Daintie Davie," 103 XXXVIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Delighted with the productions of Burns's muse,

105 XXXIX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with Bruce to his troops at Bannock-burn,"

107 XL. Mr. B. to Mr. T. witb" Bebold the hour, the boat arrive,"

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XLI. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Observations on

Bruce to his troops,"
XLII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Remarks on songs

in Mr. T.'s list-His own method of
forming a song " Thou has left me
ever, Jamie"-Where are the joys
I bae met in the morning._" Auld
lang syne,"

115 XLIII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with a variation of Bannock-burn,"

125 XLIV. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Thanks and observations,

127 XLV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. On Bannockburn"-sends Fair Jenny," 129

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XLVI. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with Deluded

swain, the pleasure-Remarks, 134 XLVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with Thine am 1,

my faithful fair"-"O condescend, dear
charming maid"_"The Nightingale
Laura,"—(the three last by G.
Turnbull)

138 XLVIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. ApprehensionsThanks,

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XLIX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with Husband, hus

band, cease your strife," and " Wilt
tbou be my dearie,"

145 L. Mr. T. to Mr. B. 1794. Melancholy

comparison between Burns and Carlini-
Mr. Allan has begun a sketch from the
Cotter's Saturday Night,

148
LI. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Praise of Mr. Allan-
- Banks of Cree,"

150 LII. MR. B. to Mr.T. Pleyel in France

Here, where the Scottish Muse immor-
tal lives," presented to Miss Graham
of Fintry, with a copy of Mr. Thomson's
collection,

152 LIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Does not expect to

bear from Pleyel soon, but desires to be
prepared with the poetry,

154
LIV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with « On the seas
and far away,"

155 VOL. IV,

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LV. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Criticism,
LVI. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with 6 Cathe yowes to

the knowes,"

159

LVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with She says she lo’es

me best of a',"_" O let me in, &c.”—
Stanza to Dr. Maxwell,

162

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LVIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Advising him to write a Musical Drama,

167 LIX. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Has been examining

Scottish collectionsRitson-Difficult to
obtain ancient melodies in their original
state,

169 LX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Recipe for producing a

love-song—Saw ye my Pbely-Re-
marks and anecdotes - How long and
dreary is the night"_" Let not woman
c'er complainThe Lover's morning
salute to bis Mistress"-" The Auld
Man"_" Keen blaws the wind o'er
Donocbt-bead,in a note

172

LXI. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Wisbes be knew the in

spiring Fair One-Ritson's historical essay
not interesting-Allan-Maggie Lawder, 185

LXII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Has begun bis Anect

dotes, &c.-“ My Chloris mark how
green the groves—Love—It was the
charming month of May”—“Lassie wi'
the lint-white locks-History of the Air

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« Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon"
-James Miller-Clarke-Tbe black
keys-Instance of the difficulty of trac-
ing the origin of ancient airs,

187

LXIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. with three copies of the

Scottish Airs,

198

LXIV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with O Philly, hap

py be that day-Starting note—Con-
tented wi little, and cantie wi' mair"-
<< Canst thou leave me thus, my Katy
(The reply, Stay my Willie-yet be-
lieve me,in a note) - Stock and born, 200

LXV. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Praise-Desires more

songs of the humorous cast - Means to
bave a picture from The Soldier's re-
turn,"

210

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LXVI. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with My Nanie's awa,"

213

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LXVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. 1795. Witb « For

a' that an' a' that,and Sweet fa's
the eve on Craigie-burn,

215 LXVIII. Mr. T. to Mr B. Thanks,

219 LXIX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. O Lassie, art thou sleeping yet," and the Answer,

220 LXX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. “ Praise of Ecclefechan,"

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LXXI. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Thanks,

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LXXII, Mr. B. to Mr. T. "Address to the

Wood-lark"On Chloris being ill"
-" Their groves o sweet myrtle,
&c.”_"'Twas na ber bonnie blue
e'e," &c.

226 LXXIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. with Allan's design

from The Cotter's Saturday Night" 230 LXXIV. Mr. B to Mr. T. with « How cruel

are the parents,and Mark yonder
pomp of costly fashion,"

232 LXXV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Thanks for Allan's designs,

234 LXXVI. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Compliment, 236 LXXVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with an improvement

in 6 Whistle and I'll come to you, my
lad"_" this is no my ain lassie"
- Now spring bas clad the grove
in green_" O bonnie was yon rosy
brier"_"'Tis Friendship’s pledge,
my young, fair friend,

237 LXXVIII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Introducing Dr. Brianton,

244

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LXXIX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Forlorn my love, no comfort near,"

246

LXXX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. “ Last May a braw

wooer cam down the lang glen"
Wby, why tell thy lover,a frag-
ment,

248
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