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Page LXXXI. Mr. T. to Mr. B.

252 LXXXII. Mr. T. to Mr. B. 1796. After an awful pause,

253

LXXXIII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Thanks for P.

Pindar, &c.—Hsy for a lass wi'.
a tocher,"

254

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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
etchings,

258

LXXXVI. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Sympathy-encouragement,

260

LXXXVII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. with Here's a bealtb to ane I lo'e dear,"

261

LXXXVIII. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Introducing Mr.

Lewars Has taken a fancy to re-
view his songs-hopes to recover,

263

LXXXIX. Mr. B. to Mr. T. Dreading the bor

rors of a jail, solicits the advance
of five pounds, and encloses Fairest
maid on Devon banks,

264

Xc. Mr. T. to Mr. B. Sympathy-Ad

vises a volume of poetry to be pub-
lished by subscription, Pope published
the Iliad so,

267

Note

Page
269

Note respecting the Scots Musical Museum,

Pages 270 to 348, contain songs which have ap-

peared in “ The Scots Musical Museum,” &c.
Pages 351 to 406, contain “ Original Poetical
Pieces, not before published.”

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