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Elegy on Miss Burnett, of Monboddo.
On the Death of Sir James Hunter Blair
On reading in a Newspaper the Death of John M'Leod, Esq.
Tam Samson's Elegy.
On a Scottish Bard, gone to the West Indies.
Elegy on the year 1788.
Elegy on the Death of Robert Ruisseaux.
Elegy on the Death of Peg Nicholson.
On Elphinstone's translation of Martial's Epigrams..
Extempore, written in a Lady's Pocket-Book..
Verses written on the Windows of the Globe Tavern, Dumfries.
Epigram on Captain Grose.
Extempore, in answer to an invitation to spend an hour at a Tavern.. 829
A verse presented to the Master of a House in the Highlands
The Toast, written on a glass tumbler, and presented to Miss Jessy Le-
Lines written on a pane of glass in the Inn at Moffat.......
Lines written under the picture of the celebrated Miss Burns..
Lines presented to Mrs. Kemble
A Toast, on the Anniversary of Rodney's Victory
The Loyal Natives' Verses.
Burns's Reply to the Loyal Natives
To the same, on the Author being threatened with his resentment
Extempore, in the Court of Session, on Lord A―te and Mr. Er―ne....... 337
Extempore, to Mr. Syme, on refusing to dine with him
To Mr. S-e, with a present of a dozen of porter.
MISCELLANEOUS PIECES LATELY COLLECTED.
Epistle to Major Logan..
On the death of Robert Dundas, Esq.
Written in Friars-Carse Hermitage, on the banks of the Nith (from the
Epistle to Hugh Parker
To John M'Murdo, Esq
Written on a Pane of Glass
The Kirk's Alarm (second version).
Epistle to Robert Graham, of Fintray
To John Taylor...
Epistle from Esopus to Maria.
Address of Beelzebub to the President of the Highland Society.
On seeing Miss Fontenelle in a favorite character
The Heron Bailads-Ballad first.
Verses written under violent Grief, whilst he contemplated sailing to
Written on a Pane of Glass on the occasion of a National Thanksgiving