The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns: Text.-v.3. Commentary

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Clarendon P., 1968

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Contents

To a Gentleman who had sent him a Newspaper
505
Elegy on Peg Nicholson
506
love my Love in secret
507
Tibbie Dunbar
508
The Taylor fell thro the bed c
509
Ay waukin o
510
Beware o bonie Ann
511
My Wifes a wanton wee thing
512
The learig
664
Auld Rob Morris
665
Duncan Gray
666
Why should na poor folk mowe
668
Here awa there awa
670
Dumfries
673
SonnetOn hearing a thrush sing on a morning walk in January
679
When wild Wars deadly Blast was blawn
685

The Gardener wi his paidle
513
On a bank of Flowers
514
My love shes but a lassie yet
516
Cauld frosty morning
517
Jamie come try me
519
The Captains Lady page
520
Johnie Cope
521
O dear Minny what shall I do?
523
Carl an the king come
524
Theres a youth in this City
525
My hearts in the Highlands
527
John Anderson my Jo
528
Awa whigs awa
529
Ill mak you be fain to follow me
530
Merry hae I been teethin a heckle
531
The White Cockade
532
My Eppie
533
The Battle of Sherramoor
534
Sandy and Jockie
537
Young Jockey was the blythest lad
538
A waukrife Minnie
539
Song
540
Killiecrankie
541
The Campbells are comin
542
Scots Prologue For Mrs Sutherlands Benefit Night
543
Page 825
544
Lament of Mary Queen of Scots on the Approach of Spring
545
Song
548
Graham Esq of Fintry on the Election
549
The Keekin Glass
550
Inscription on a Goblet
551
On Andrew Turner
552
The Toadeater 827 827 827
553
On the Birth of a Posthumous Child
554
Song
555
The Wrens Nest
556
Tam o Shanter A Tale
557
Tam
558
Had I the wyte she bade
559
Comin thro the
560
The rowin t in her apron
561
Charlie hes my darling
562
The Lass of Ecclefechan
563
Ken ye ought o Captain Grose
564
Leezie Lindsay
565
Epigram on Capt Francis Grose The Celebrated Antiquary
566
Ellisland and Dumfries
567
Sutors o Selkirk
568
the late Miss Burnet of Monboddo
569
A Fragment which was meant for the beginning of an Elegy on 325 To Terraughty on his birthday
570
Therell never be peace till Jamie comes hame
571
look to the North
572
The Banks o Doon
573
The rantin laddie
575
On Mr James Gracie
576
Address To the Shade of Thomson on crowning his Bust
577
Extemporeon some Commemorations of Thomson
578
Lovely Polly Stewart
579
Lovely Davies
580
Bannocks o bearmeal
581
Lament for James Earl of Glencairn
582
334A Lines Sent to Sir John Whiteford of Whiteford Bart with the foregoing Poem
585
Gloomy December
590
Song
591
Dumfries
593
There was twa Wives
595
O saw ye bonie Lesley
596
CraigieburnwoodA Song
598
Frae the friends and Land I love
600
Hughie Graham
601
John come kiss me now
603
Cock up your Beaver
604
My Tochers the Jewel
605
Then Guidwife count the lawin
606
What can a young lassie do wi an auld man
607
The bonie lad thats far awa
608
do confess thou art sae fair
609
Galloway Tam
610
Song
611
Lord Ronald my Son
612
Bonie laddie Highland laddie
613
It is na Jean thy bonie face
614
Eppie McNab
615
Wha is that at my bower door?
616
The bonny wee thing
617
GeordieAn old Ballad
618
As I was a wandring
621
The weary Pund o Tow
622
hae a wife o my ain
624
When she cam ben she bobbed
625
O for ane and twenty Tam page
626
O Kenmures on and awa Willie
627
Bessy and her spinning wheel
628
My Collier laddie
630
The Shepherds Wife
631
Johnie Blunt
633
Country Lassie
634
Fair Eliza
636
Ye Jacobites by name
637
The Posie
638
SongSic a wife as Willies wife
640
My bonie laddies young but hes growing yet
642
Such a parcel of rogues in a nation
643
Kellyburnbraes
644
Jockey fou and Jenny fain
646
The Slaves Lament
647
Bonie Bell
648
The gallant Weaver
649
Hey Ca thro
650
Can ye labor lea
651
The deuks dang oer my daddie
652
As I went out ae May morning
653
Shes fair and fause c
654
The Deils awa wi th Exciseman
655
Song
656
My wifes a winsome wee thing
658
Highland Mary
659
The Rights of WomanSpoken by Miss Fontenelle on her benefit night
661
Heres a Health to them thats awa
662
On being asked why God had made Miss Dso little and
692
On Jhn Mrne laird of L88n
698
Song
705
The Primrose
711
Fair Jenny
714
Impromptu on Mrs W Riddells Birthday
720
To Miss Graham of Fintray
727
On W R
734
Saw ye my Phely quasi dicat Phillis
741
Kemble in Yarico
747
Lassie wi the lintwhite locks
748
To Chloris
749
Song
750
Can you leave me thus my Katy
752
Scotish Song
753
Song
754
My Nanies awa
755
4739 Dumfries Epigrams
756
On Chloris requesting me to give her a spray of a sloethorn in full blossom
758
Dumfries
759
Ode to Spring
761
SongFor a that and a that
762
Sweet fas the eve on Craigieburn
763
The Dumfries Volunteers
764
Let me in this ae night
766
FragmentEpistle from Esopus to Maria
769
On Miss J Scott of Ayr
771
Song
772
SongOn Chloris being ill
774
William Cruikshank A M
775
A New Song
777
Johnie Bs lament o
781
Buy Braw Troggin An Excellent New Song
784
Address to the woodlark
786
Song
787
Song
788
Altered from an old English song
789
Song
790
Address to the ToothAche
791
English Song
792
Scotch Song
793
Scotish Ballad
795
Fragment
797
To Chloris
798
Song
799
Scotish Song
800
Song
801
To John Syme
803
The Bob o Dumblane
804
The Dean of FacultyA new Ballad
806
Hey for a lass wi a tocher
808
Poem on Life Addressed to Colonel De Peyster
809
Heres a health to ane I loe dear
810
51922 On Jessy Lewars
811
To a Young Lady Miss Jessy with Books
812
Oh wert thou in the cauld blast
813
Song
814
A FragmentOn Glenriddels Fox breaking his chain
815
To Captain Riddell
817
530 Grim Grizzle
818
Burns grace at Kirkudbright
820
Graces at the Globe Tavern
821
Lines Written on a window at the Kings Arms Tavern
823
of Mssknw
824
On Capt lles
825
854
854
Heres his health in water
868
Gude Wallace
869
The auld mans mares dead
871
The Taylor
872
There grows a bonie brierbush c
873
Heres to thy health my bonie lass
874
It was a for our rightfu king
876
The Highland widows lament
877
O steer her up and had her gaun
878
Wee Willie Gray
879
Gudeen to you kimmer
880
O ay my wife she dang me
881
Scroggam
882
O gude ale comes c
883
My Ladys gown theres gairs upont
885
Sweetest May
886
Jockeys taen the parting kiss
887
O Lay thy loof in mine lass
888
Cauld is the eenin blast
889
There was a bonie lass
890
Theres news lasses news
891
O that I had neer been Married
892
The German lairdie
893
UNDATED POEMS AND DUBIA
895
Epitaph for HLEsq of L
897
Muirland Meg
898
The Patriarch
899
The Trogger
900
Godly Girzie
901
The Jolly Gauger
902
Whall mw me now
903
O saw ye my Maggie
904
Gie the lass her Fairin
906
On Marriage page
907
A Tale
908
The Henpeckd Husband
909
Epitaph
910
6267 Broom Besoms
913
Fragment
914
On the Duchess of Gordons Reel Dancing
915
Bonnie Peg
916
APPENDIX
917
Donald Couper
918
Hey how Johnie Lad
919
Wherefore sighing art thou
920
Scenes of woe
921
rede you beware o the Ripples
922
For a that and a that
923
Epistle to Dr John Mackenzie
929
Ill
934
457
955
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