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Page LXXXI. Mr. T. to Mr. B.
252 LXXXII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. 1796. After an awful pause,
LXXXIII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Thanks for P.
Pindar, &c.—“ Hsy for a lass wi'.
LXXXIV. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Allan has design
ed some plates for an octavo edition, 256
LXXXV. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Aflicted by sick
ness, but pleased with Mr. Allan's
LXXXVI. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Sympathy-encouragement,
LXXXVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with “ Here's a bealtb to ane I lo'e dear,"
LXXXVIII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Introducing Mr.
Lewars Has taken a fancy to re-
LXXXIX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Dreading the bor
rors of a jail, solicits the advance
Xc. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Sympathy-Ad
vises a volume of poetry to be pub-
Note respecting the Scots Musical Museum,
Pages 270 to 348, contain songs which have ap-
peared in “ The Scots Musical Museum,” &c.
Bruce to his Troops at Bannock-burn
Phillis the Fair
Sic a Wife as Willie had
To a Gentleman whom he had offended