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Scottish literature : an anthology

Author: David McCordick
Publisher: New York : P. Lang, ©1996-
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Scottish literature.
New York : P. Lang, ©1996-
(OCoLC)645840903
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David McCordick
ISBN: 0820428809 9780820428802 0820433993 9780820433998
OCLC Number: 32926212
Description: volumes <1-2> ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. The Middle Ages : 1350-1550. The death of Alexander ; Declaration of Arbroath : translated from the Latin / Anonymous --
The pistle of Susan / Huchown --
from The Bruce. "Bruce declares himself king" / John Barbour --
Thomas of Erceldoun / Anonymous --
from The original chronicle of Scotland. "Macbeth" / Andrew of Wyntoun --
from The legends of the saints. Mary the Egyptian / Anonymous --
The kings quair / James I --
The book of the howlet / Richard Holland --
from The Wallace. "The struggle begins" / Blind Harry --
The praise of age ; The abbey walk ; The testament of Cresseid ; Orpheus and Eurydice ; The tale of the uponlands mouse and the burgess mouse ; The tale of the sheep and the dog ; Robin and Makyne ; The bloody sark ; The garment of good ladies / Robert Henryson --
The three dead polls / Patrick Johnstoun --
Rauf Collier ; Colkelbie sow / Anonymous --
To a lady ; Meditation in winter ; Lament for the Makars ; On his headache ; The ballad of kind Kittock ; The golden targe ; On the Resurrection of Christ ; Change ; The dance of the seven deadly sins ; Whom to sall I complain my woe ; The petition of the gray horse, auld Dunbar ; Ane ballat of Our Lady ; Of deming ; The feignyeit friar of Tungland ; The birth of Antichrist ; The devils inquest ; Tidings fra the session ; The twa Cummers ; The dream ; The thrissil and the rose ; The twa marritt women and the widow / William Dunbar. v. 1. The Middle Ages : 1350-1500. In secret place this hinder nicht ; Fain wald I luve / John Clerk --
Alas, so sober is the micht ; Erd upon erd / Mercer --
Honor with age ; Invective ; Jesus Christ that deit on tree / Walter Kennedy --
The flyting of Dunbar and Kennedy / William Dunbar and Walter Kennedy --
The voyage of court / Quentin Shaw --
from The chronicles of Scotland. "Macbeth" / Hector Boece and John Bellenden --
Of evil counselors, judges and lawyers / Alexander Barclay --
"Against love" : the prologue to Book IV of Eneados ; "Winter" : the prologue to Book VII ; "June" : the prologue to Book XIII ; King Heart / Gavin Douglas --
The wife of Auchtermuchty ; Be glad, all ye that luvars been ; My hairt is heich above ; The reed in the loch says ; Christ's kirk on the green ; Peblis to the play ; Welcome Eild ; When Tayis bank was blumit bricht ; The beauties of the foot-ball ; When Flora had oerfret the firth ; Come Holy Spreit most superne ; Jerusalem rejoice for joy ; Ane grit gyre carling ; The wooing of Jok and Jenny ; Ane little interlude ; I met my lady weil arrayit ; O lusty May ; The friars of Berwik ; The unicorn's tale ; Remedy / Anonymous --
Thir Lentern days / William Stewart --
Virtue and delight / John Bellenden --
The history of Squire Meldrum ; The testament of the Papingo / David Lindsay. v. 1. Folk ballads. The Douglas tragedy --
The twa sisters --
Lord Randal --
Edward --
The twa Corbies --
Thomas Rhymer --
Tam Lin --
The twa brothers --
Sir Patrick Spens --
Clerk Saunders --
Lord Thomas and fair Annet --
The wife of Usher's well --
Bonny Barbara Allan --
The border widow's lament --
Johnny Faa --
Bonnie George Campbell --
The braes o' Yarrow --
Lizie Lindsay --
The demon lover --
The twa knights --
Get up and bar the door --
The battle of Otterbourne --
Johnny Armstrang --
Jock o' the side --
The bonnie Earl of Murray --
Kinmont Willie. v. 1. Scottish literature 1550-1700. The folly of an auld man ; Advice to lesom merriness ; Satire on the age ; Satire on the toun ladies ; Against the thieves of Liddesdale ; Na kindness at court without siller / Richard Maitland --
Still under the leavis green ; The selly court man ; God gif I were widow now ; None wat how long he livis here ; On ladies beauties ; The dumb wife / Anonymous --
"Preface" to the History of the Reformation in Scotland / John Knox --
from The complaint of Scotland. "Dame Scotia" / Robert Wedderburn --
from The gude and Godly ballats. Who is at my window ; God send every priest ane wife ; The Pape ; All my luve, leave me not ; Welcome, fortune ; Hey now the day dalls / James, John and Robert Wedderburn --
Return thee, heart ; Hence, heart ; A rondel of love ; Lament of the master of Erskine ; A New Year gift to the Queen Mary ; Wha is perfite ; To luve unluvit ; The jousting and debate / Alexander Scott --
Cauld, cauld cools the love / John Fethy --
Ane ballat of the captain of the castle / William Kirkaldy --
Margret Fleming ; The defence of Crissel Sandelands / Robert Sempill --
from Memoirs of James Melville. "Embassy to Queen Elizabeth" / James Melville --
O wrachit weird / Alexander Arbuthnot --
The reign of the Roy Robert / David Steel --
Wa worth marriage / Clapperton --
To his dearest friend ; Of a fountain ; The hunter ; Of ambitious men ; Of the qualities of luve ; The heaven ; Of an poet / John Stewart --
The Earl of Northumberland / John Maitland. v. 1. Scottish literature 1550-1700. Gif languor makis men licht / Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley --
The solsequium ; The night is near gone ; To his maistress ; The royal palace of the highest heaven ; The cherry and the slae / Alexander Montgomerie --
Of the day estivall ; The triumph of the Lord ; An epistle to Maister Gilbert Montcrief / Alexander Hume --
If great desire ; Through fear and hope ; The day is done ; Ship-broken men ; Ten thousand times ; In Orkney ; No roaring seas ; As charming Circe did Ulysses stay ; She whom I loved ; Dialogue / William Fowler --
Sonnet / Mark Alexander Boyd --
The packman's Pater Noster / James Sempill --
Admonition to Montgomerie ; To Prince Henry ; A counterblast to tobacco / James VI --
I'll give thee leave ; Clear moving cristal ; If thou knewest ; Fortune's dark eclipse ; When I behold that face ; Now when the siren sings ; Once for her face ; Unspoken love ; An argument ; Base and noble Thralldom ; The burning fire of love ; Paradox ; Awake ; A paraenesis to Prince Henry / William Alexander --
I sometime had a mistress ; To Lithocardia ; To Idea ; To Pandora / Alexander Craig --
His mistress ; Love's idea ; Love's accompt / David Murray --
To an inconstant one ; Inconstancy reproved ; On love ; Upon tobacco ; The lover's remonstrance ; What means this strangeness ; Unrecompensed devotion / Robert Aytoun --
In praise of a solitary life / Robert Ker --
from The rare adventures and painful peregrinations. Ireland ; Spain / William Lithgow. v. 1. Scottish literature 1550-1700. Time ; I know that all beneath the moon decays ; Like the Idalian Queen ; Unhappy light ; My thoughts hold mortal strife ; For the Baptist ; Sleep ; Ye who with curious numbers ; New doth the sun appear ; To a nightingale ; Alexis, here she stayed ; That zephyr every year ; To the nightingale ; Ye who so curiously do paint your thoughts ; Fair moon, who with thy cold and silver shine ; Then is she gone? ; Dear wood, and you sweet solitary place ; What hapless hap had I ; Life a right shadow is ; These eyes, dear Lord ; The bear of love ; Change of love ; The Scottish kirk ; As, in a dusky and tempestuous night ; That learned Grecian ; With flaming horns ; Ah, who can see those fruits of Paradise ; Song : It autumn was ; All changeth ; A cypress grove / William Drummond --
As doth Solsequium, lover of the light ; A happy husband / Patrick Hannay --
Habbie Simson / Robert Sempill --
Look home, my soul / William Mure --
Loch Lomond ; The Gaberlunzie man ; Annie Laurie ; Bessie Bell and Mary Gray ; O waly, waly ; The jolly beggar ; Ettrick Banks ; Helen of Kirkconnell ; Rare Willy ; The broom of Cowdenknowes ; I sickness took me late ago ; If time might cause me tire ; Baith good and fair and womanly / Anonymous --
On a quiet conscience / Charles I --
Epitaph / Samuel Rutherford --
from The jewel. "The admirable Crichton" / Thomas Urquhart --
His metrical vow ; His metrical prayer ; Unhappy is the man / James Graham, Marquis of Montrose --
Maggie Lauder ; Fy, let us a' to the bridal ; Hallow fair ; The banishment of poverty ; Old longsyne / Francis Sempill --
Montrose / George Mackenzie --
Tweedside / John Hay, Lord Yester. v. 1. The Augustan Age : 1700-1770. Our ministers appointed by the English court ; The twelve conditions / Andrew Fletcher --
Against the union / John Hamilton, Lord Belhaven --
from Ancient Scottish songs, 1776. Auld Rob Morris ; Kirk wad let me be ; Spinning wheel ; Tarry woo ; Widow, are ye waking ; Wap at the widow, my laddie ; The maid gaed to the mill ; Robin Redbreast ; Bonnie Dundee ; Galla-water --
My mither sent me to the well ; When I was a wee thing ; Blink over the burn, sweet Betty / Anonymous --
There ance was a May ; The ewe-buchtin's bonnie / Grisell Baillie --
Law is a bottomless pit / John Arbuthnot --
from The memoirs of Martinus Scribleris. Of Martinus's uncommon practice of physic / John Arbuthnot --
The last, dying words of Bonnie Heck ; Willie was a wanton wag ; First epistle to Allan Ramsay / William Hamilton of Gilbertfield --
Liberty preserved, or Love destroyed ; The careless good fellow / Alexander Robertson --
Annie Laurie / William Douglas --
Hardyknute / Elizabeth Wardlaw --
O merry may the maid be / John Clerk --
Polwart on the green ; My Peggy is a young thing ; The Highland laddie ; The young laird and Edinburgh Katy ; Katy's answer ; An thou were my ain thing ; Through the wood, laddie ; Up in the air ; The monk and the miller's wife ; The generous gentleman ; The lass of Patie's mill ; Lochaber no more ; Lucky Spence's last advice ; Last speech of a wretched miser / Allan Ramsay. v. 1. The Augustan Age : 1700-1770. Down the burn, Davie ; Tweedside ; The bush aboon traquair ; Cowdenknowes ; Leader haughs and yarrow ; My dearie, if thou dee ; Peggy, I must love thee / Robert Crawford --
The grave / Robert Blair --
Woo'd and married and a' ; The rock an' the wee pickle tow ; The bridal o't ; What ails the lasses at me? ; The braes of Flaviana ; Wilt thou go and marry, Ketty? ; To the begging we will go ; Billet by Jeany Gradden / Alexander Ross --
Winter ; A hymn on the seasons ; To fortune ; To Amanda ; To her I love ; The castle of indolence / James Thomson --
The braes of yarrow ; Indifference ; On a dog ; Ah, the poor shepherd ; Alas, the sunny hours are past / William Hamilton of Bangour --
William and Margaret ; The birks of Invermay / David Mallet --
Rule Britannia / David Mallet (with James Thomson) --
A winter's day ; On an amorous old man ; Ye woods and ye mountains unknown / David Mallet --
Speech to the mob / William Murray, Lord Mansfield --
O, how could I venture / Alexander Webster --
from The art of preserving health. "Air" / John Armstrong --
Taste / John Armstrong --
Logie o' Buchan / George Halket --
Of miracles ; On suicide / David Hume --
The white cockade ; Comin' through the rye ; The Campbells are coming ; This is no my ain house ; My daddie is a cankert Carl / Anonymous --
The flowers of the forest / Alison Rutherford Cockburn. v. 1. The Augustan Age : 1700-1770. Johnnie Cope / Adam Skirving --
In the garb of old Gaul / Henry Erskine --
The black eagle / James Fordyce --
Happy marriage ; An hymn to fortitude ; The ravished shepherd ; A pastoral song ; An epigram : to a gentleman ; The author's picture / Thomas Blacklock --
Solitude : an ode / James Grainger --
Tullochgorum ; The ewie wi' the crookit horn ; John o' Badenyon ; The man of Ross / John Skinner --
The tears of Scotland 1746 ; To fix her : twere a task as vain ; Ode to leven water / Tobias Smollett --
from Travels through France and Italy. "Boulogne" / Tobias Smollett --
from Humphrey Clinker. "An assembly of grubs" / Tobias Smollett --
The crow ; The hare and the partan / William Wilkie --
Why left I Amynta? ; Twas at the hour of dark midnight / Gilbert Elliot --
Epigram ; Douglas / John Home --
from Essay on the history of civil society. Of national felicity / Adam Ferguson --
from The wealth of nations, I.8. "Of the wages of labor" / Adam Smith --
The turnimspike / Dougal Graham --
The wayward wife / Janet Graham --
For lack of gold / Adam Austin --
The flowers of the forest / Jean Elliot --
When I upon thy bosom lean / John Lapraik --
Epitaph on a green linnet / George Dempster --
The shipwreck / William Falconer --
Hymn : Begin my soul / John Ogilvie --
The sailor's wife ; Cumnor Hall ; The linnets / William Mickle. v. 1 : 1700-1770. The Augustan Age. The minstrel ; Retirement ; To Mr. Alexander Ross ; Epitaph, intended for himself / James Beattie --
Robin Adair / Caroline Keppel --
Lewie Gordon / Alexander Geddes --
Carthon : a poem ; The cave / James Macpherson --
How sweet this lone vale / Andrew Erskine --
from Journal of a tour to the Hebrides. "The visit to Rasay" / James Boswell --
Bess the gawkie / James Muirhead --
The boatie rows / John Ewen --
Ca' the yowes to the knowes ; The crook and plaid / Isobel Pagan --
My mother bids me bind my hair ; When hope lies dead ; Remembrance ; Tomorrow / Anne Home Hunter --
Cauld kail in Aberdeen / Alexander, Duke of Gordon --
The wee wifukie ; The kail brose of Scotland / Alexander Watson --
Roy's wife / Elizabeth Grant --
from The man of feeling. "The beggar and his dog" ; "A visit to Bedlam" / Henry Mackenzie --
Colonel Caustic at the theater ; Burns ; The country dowager / Henry Mackenzie --
To the cuckoo ; Elegy written in spring ; Lochleven / Michael Bruce --
Saw ye my wee thing? ; Come under my plaidie ; I lo'ed ne'er a laddie but ane ; Jeanie's black e'e ; Scotland's skaith ; Donald and Flora / Hector Macneil. v. 2. The Pre-Romantic Age in Scotland. The siller croun / Susan Blamire --
Lass, gin ye loe me ; Loch Erroch side ; The bonnie bruckit lassie / James Tytler --
The braes of Yarrow ; The complaint of nature / John Logan --
The mortified genius / James Graeme --
In behalf of Bingham / Thomas Erskine --
The daft days ; Braid claith ; Ode to the gowdspink ; The farmer's ingle ; The rising of the sessions ; Leith races ; Elegy on the death of Scots music ; To the Tron-Kirk bell ; Auld Reikie / Robert Fergusson --
O tell me how to woo thee / Robert Graham --
Roslin Castle / Richard Hewitt --
Auld Robin Gray ; My heart is a lute / Anne Lindsay --
Mary's dream / John Lowe --
The banks of the Dee / John Tait --
Essays from the Mirror and the Lounger. "The manners of our age" : Mirror 26 (April 24, 1779 ; "Michael Bruce" : Mirror 36 (May 29, 1779) / W. Craig --
"The death of Mrs. Wentworth" : Mirror 27 (April 27, 1779 / Robert Cullen --
"A fashionable education" : Lounger 13 (April 27, 1779) / Michael Bannatyne --
"Miss Lucy Lumber" : Lounger 16 (May 21, 1785 / Fraser Tytler --
"The Mirror Club" : Lounger 30 (August 27, 1785) / Alexander Abercromby --
As oer the Highland hills I hied / William Cameron --
Kinrara ; The sheeling / Robert Couper --
The maid that tends the goats / William Dudgeon --
The year that's awa' ; Oh, dinna ask me gin I loe ye / John Dunlop --
Could I find a bonnie glen ; On a sprig of heath ; from Letters from the mountains. "The Highland housewife" ; "Reply to Mary Wolstonecraft" / Ann MacVicar Grant --
Annan's winding stream / Stuart Lewis --
Rural content ; Symon and Janet ; The fiddler's widow ; Coquet water / Andrew Scott --
O'er the muir amang the heather / Jean Glover --
My ain fireside / Elizabeth Hamilton --
Bothwell bank / John Pinkerton. v. 2. The Pre-Romantic Age in Scotland. Corn rigs ; Holy Willie's prayer ; Epistle to J. Lapraik ; Second epistle to J. Lapraik ; One night as I did wander ; The holy fair ; To a mouse ; The jolly beggars : a cantata ; Address to the deil ; Hallowe'en ; Tam glen ; The twa dogs ; To a louse ; To a mountain daisy ; John Barleycorn ; Green grow the rashes ; I'm oer young to marry yet ; The rantin dog, the daddy o't ; It was a' for our rightfu' king ; Macpherson's farewell ; Auld lang syne ; John Anderson, my jo ; Whistle o'er the lave o't ; Willie brewed a peck o' maut ; My heart's in the Highlands ; Tam o' Shanter ; The banks o' Doon ; Ye flowery banks ; Such a parcel of rogues in a nation ; Afton water ; I hae been at Crookieden ; Ae fond kiss ; Scots, wha hae ; A red red rose ; A man's a man for a' that ; Wee Willie Gray ; O wert thou in the cauld blast ; Comin through the rye ; Dedication to the second edition ; Letters to : John Arnot, William Nicol, Dr. John Moore, Francis Grose, Samuel Clark / Robert Burns --
Logan braes ; Hallowe'en ; Helen of Kirkconnel ; The siller gun / John Mayne --
May ; Nancy ; To melancholy / Gavin Turnbull. v. 2. The Romantic Age. The har'st rig / Charles Keith --
Up in the mornin' early ; Oh, blaw, ye westlin' winds ; The rantin' Highlandman / John Hamilton --
Disappointment ; Woo'd and married and a' ; Fy, let us a' to the wedding ; It fell on a morning ; A Scotch song ; Love's wistful tale ; Wake, lady ; The black cock / Joanna Baillie --
The winter's night / William Beattie --
Marriage and the care o't ; Walter's waddin' / Robert Lochore --
Neil Gow's farewell to whisky / Agnes L'Amy Lyon --
A cogie o' yill / Andrew Shirrefs --
The hawk whoops on high ; Now winter's wind sweeps / Alexander Campbell --
Kate o' Gowrie / William Reid --
The sabbath ; The wild duck and her brood / James Grahame --
In defense of Jean Peltier / James Mackintosh --
The tears I shed must ever fall / Helen Stewart --
The laurel disputed ; Watty and Meg ; A peddler's story ; Rab and Ringan ; Connel and Flora / Alexander Wilson --
The laird o' Cockpen ; The lass o' Gowrie ; The white rose o' June ; The land o' the leal ; Caller herrin' ; Bonnie ran the burnie doun ; Wha'll be king but Charlie? ; Row weel, my boatie ; The auld house ; Charlie is my darling ; He's ower the hills that I loe weel ; The attainted Scottish nobles ; Farewell, o farewell / Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne --
To a canary bird ; The bonny lass o' Leven water ; Stanzas ; A lament for Culloden / Alexander Balfour --
The toom meal pock / John Robertson --
Haluckit Meg ; Blaw saftly, ye breezes / James Nicol --
New Year's Day ; Blithe are we set wi' ither ; Woo me again ; Nan of Logie Green ; Peggy wi the glancin ee / Ebenezer Picken. v. 2. The Romantic Age. When the kye comes hame ; The skylark ; When Maggy gangs away ; Kilmeny ; The witch of Fife ; There's gowd in the breast ; Appie M'Gie ; The witch o' Fife ; Blithe an' cheerie ; I hae lost my Jeanie ; Gracie Miller ; Bauldy Frazer ; Connel of Dee ; The mermaid ; A witch's chant ; The lassie of Yarrow ; The minstrel boy ; The villiage of Balmaquhapple ; The women folk ; The harp of Ossian ; Why weeps yon Highland maid? ; I hae lost my love ; Love's visit ; Song of the times of Charles I ; Sir David Graeme ; Lass, an ye lo'e me, tell me now ; Ah, Peggie, since thou'rt gane away ; Gang to the brakens wi me ; A boy's song ; Lock the door, Lariston ; The maid of the sea ; The Liddel Bower ; The Laird o' Lamington ; I lately lived in quiet ease ; Good night, and joy ; Bonnie Jean ; Flora Macdonald's farewell ; Bonnie Prince Charlie ; Lucky Shaw's tale ; Mr. Adamson of Laverhope / James Hogg --
The burn trout / George Macindoe --
The common lot ; The daisy ; Night ; At home in heaven ; The recluse ; Evening in the Alps / James Montgomery --
The violet ; To a lady ; Glenfinlas ; Harold's song ; Lochinvar ; Brignall banks ; Hie away, hie away ; Wasted, weary, wherefore stay ; Twist ye, twine ye ; Cavalier song ; Why sit'st thou by that ruined hall ; Jock of Hazeldean ; Proud Maisie ; The dreary change ; Lucy Ashton's song ; Border march ; On Ettrick Forest's mountains dun ; The maid of Neidpath ; Woman's faith ; The sun upon the lake ; When friends are met ; King George III ; Wandering Willie's tale ; from The journal. "The bad news" ; "The troubles" ; "Woodstock" ; "Jane Austen" ; "Duty" / Walter Scott --
Murtagh Malowney's complaint / James Glassford --
Why write my name ; Review of Waverley / Francis Jeffrey --
The bonnie lass of Barr ; Petition of the auld Brig o' Doon / Hamilton Paul. v. 2. The Romantic Age. To a linnet ; The twa martyrs' widows ; The covenanter's lament ; The cypress and the yew ; The mermaid ; The sun is setting on sweet Glengarry ; A lassie cam' to our gate / Robert Allan --
Curling song ; Thou ken'st, Mary Hay / Henry Duncan --
Sweet bard of Ettrick's Glen ; Heard ye the bagpipe? ; When shall we meet again? ; Charlie's bonnet's down, laddie / Margaret Maxwell Inglis --
O, are ye sleepin', Maggie? ; Gloomy winter's now awa' ; Towser : a true tale ; Jessie, the flower of Dumblane ; Good night, and joy ; The wood of Craigie Lea ; The lass o' Arranteenie ; The braes o' Balquhither ; The midges dance aboon the burn ; The lament of Wallace ; Langsyne, beside the woodland burn ; The harper of Mull / Robert Tannahill --
Jenny dang the weaver ; Good night, and joy be wi' ye a' / Alexander Boswell --
The sabbath morning ; Noontide ; To the evening star ; The elfin king ; The mermaid / John Leyden --
Hark, hark, the skylark singing ; October winds ; Retrospect recollections of youth / James Scadlock --
The hills o' Gallowa' ; Mary's grave ; The braes of Ballahun / Thomas Cunningham --
Cradle song ; The Hazlewood witch ; The braes o' Drumlee ; Farewell to Ayrshire ; My only jo and dearie o ; On the death of Burns ; Glendochart Vale ; The waits / Richard Gall --
The Highlander ; Ellen / William Gillespie --
Life's like the dew / James King --
Admiring nature's simple charms ; Oh, bonnie buds yon birchen tree / John Struthers --
The pleasures of hope ; Florine ; Lochiel's warning ; Lord Ullin's daughter ; Earl March ; Glenara ; Lines written on visiting a scene in Argyleshire ; The last man ; Ode to winter ; Field flowers ; To the evening star / Thomas Campbell. v. 2. The Victorian Age. The gudewife / John Galt --
Old Scotia ; Blooming Jessie ; Wi' drums and pipes ; Garryhorn / Joseph Train --
The maid of Islay / William Dunbar --
My wife's a winsome wee thing / Robert Jamieson --
Lucy's flittin' ; Her bonnie black ee / William Laidlaw --
Twas summer tide / John Grieve --
Canadian boat song ; Some say that kissing's a sin ; Mormond braes ; Martin Elginbrod / Anonymous --
The plaidie / Charles Sibley --
Grim winter was howlin' ; When autumn ; Sequel to Maggie Lauder ; The minstrel ; The social cup / Charles Gray --
The braes of Gallowa ; Oh, will ye go to yon burn side ; The brownie of Blednoch / William Nicholson --
Serenade ; The birkie of bonnie Dundee / Clementina Stirling Graham --
Hame, hame, hame ; The spring of the year ; A wet sheet and a flowing sea ; The wee, wee German lairdie ; The lovely lass of Preston Mill ; The lovely lass of Inverness ; My Nanie, o ; The thistle's grown aboon the rose ; The sun rises bright in France ; The bonnie bairns ; The lord's Marie / Allan Cummingham --
Behave yoursel' before folk ; My auld breeks / Alexander Rodger --
Tammy Little ; from Anster fair. "Their powers of piping" ; from Papistry stormed. "Kirk-spulyie, herriement and raid / William Tennant --
Turn ye to me ; The evening cloud ; On a Highland glen ; from Noctes ambrosianae. "The haggis deluge" / John Wilson --
The dream / George Beattie --
The harp and the haggis ; from The laird of Logan. "Highland anecdotes" / John Carrick --
Ae happy hour ; Jean of Aberdeen ; The brownie of Fearnden / Alexander Laing --
The corbie and craw / Alexander Carlile --
Lachin y gair ; I would I were a careless child ; When I roved a young Highlander ; So, we'll go no more a roving / George Gordon, Lord Byron --
Wae's me for Prince Charlie / William Glen --
Oh why should the spirit of mortal be proud / WIlliam Knox --
The ewe-buchtin's bonnie ; The emigrant's farewell / Thomas Pringle --
Auld freends ; Jeanie's welcome hame ; To Orkney ; The first of May ; The tempest is raging ; The sun had slipped / David Vedder. v. 2. The Victorian Age. The hint o' hairst ; I left ye, Jeanie ; Willie and Helen ; The ingle-side ; On wi' the tartan ; "Stands Scotland where it did?" ; The rover o' Lochryan ; The sweetest o' them a' / Hew Ainslie --
The widow's excuse / William Finlay --
Kelvin Grove ; Dark Dunoon / Thomas Lyle --
The fall of the leaf / John Nevay --
Abide with me / Henry Lyte --
Where quair rins sweet amang the flowers / James Nicol --
from Reminiscences of Scottish life and character, 6th ed. On humor proceeding from Scottish language ; Scottish proverbs / Edward Ramsay --
The broadswords of Scotland ; When youthful faith hath fled ; Captain Paton's lament ; Lines written on Tweedside ; from Peter's letters to his kinsfolk. "First meeting with Scott" / John Lockhart --
Today ; Adieu ; Cui bono? ; from Sartor Resartus, book II, ch. 7-9. "Towards the everlasting yea" / Thomas Carlyle --
See the moon ; The midnight wind ; 'Neath the wave / Daniel Weir --
from Memoirs of a Highland lady. "Picardy Place" / Elizabeth Grant --
Jeannie Morrison ; Song ; The wooing song of Jarl Egill Skallagrim ; They come, the merry summer months ; The mermaiden ; The ettin o' Sillarwood ; The fit shaking / William Motherwell --
Mary Macneil / Erskine Conolly --
Tis sair to dream ; The exile's song ; Manor braes ; The bonnie braes of Scotland ; In the days o' langsyne / Robert Gilfillan --
A love song / James Hyslop --
The rustic lad's lament in the town ; Casa's dirge / David Moir --
An auld friend wi' a new face / Joanna Picken --
Helen's tomb / Robert Pollok --
Ours is the land ; Would that I were where wild woods wave ; Scotland yet ; The dowie dens o' Yarrow ; Flora's lament ; The minstel's grave ; The minstrel's bower / Henry Scott Riddell --
The herd laddie ; Spring time / Alexander Smart --
The blind boy's pranks ; They speak o' wyles ; Ye dinna ken yon bower ; My hameless ha' / William Thom --
When autumn comes / Robert Hogg --
Luckie Nanse Norrie ; Hielan' heather ; The gathering / John Imlah --
Maggy Maclane / James Mayne. v. 2. The Victorian Age. Let us all be unhappy on Sunday / Charles, Lord Neaves --
The gloamin buchte / James Telfer --
A visit to Haddington ; To a swallow / Jane Welsh Carlyle --
The bonny tweed for me / William Foster --
The tailor o' Monzie / James Stewart --
Auld Johnny Graham / William Wilson --
Scotland ; Lament for the old Highland warriors ; Young Randal / Robert Chambers --
Ode to my mither tongue / Hugh Miller --
Where Gadie rins / John Park --
At e'ening whan the kye ; I'm naebody noo / William Anderson --
My vis-a-vis / Henry Bell --
The annuity ; Cessio Bonorum / George Outram --
Old Scotland / George Allan --
The spice tree ; Louis XV ; The rose and the gauntlet / John Sterling --
Oh never, no never / Caroline Oliphant --
Muckle-mou'd Meg ; The last laird o' the auld mint ; The feeding shower ; Lament for ancient Edinburgh ; The rainy harvest day ; Coal jock ; Ye're ower bonnie ; Jamie and Phemie ; The Highland widow's lament / James Ballantine --
Abide with us ; The martyrs of Scotland / Horatius Bonar --
Dora ; My loves ; My bath ; The two meek Margarets / John Stuart Blackie --
Sandy Allan ; Oh, years hae come / Alexander Hume --
Rab and his friends / John Brown --
Wee Wilie Winkie ; Cockie-leerie-la / William Miller --
Auld daddy darkness / James Ferguson --
The Scottish widow's lament / Thomas Smibert --
Ettrick ; Durisdeer ; The comin o' the spring ; Lammermoor ; Shame on ye, gallants / Alicia Spottiswood, Lady Scott --
The angler's invitation ; The river ; Her, a statue / Thomas Stoddart --
The unseen ; Forget her? ; Wills' bonnie braes ; The bonnie braes o' Airlie / James Guthrie --
The witch's ballad ; A spring morning ; Winter coming ; Youth and age ; Hero-worship ; Glenkindie ; Love's calendar / William Scott --
The old Scottish calendar ; The execution of Montrose ; How we got up the Glenmutchkin railway / William Aytoun --
The mowers ; Louise on the door-step ; The two houses / Charles Mackay --
We'll a' go pu' the heather ; Bonnie Bessie Lee ; Ordé braes ; The muir o' gorse an' broom ; A maiden's meditation / Robert Nicoll --
A memory dear / Marion Aird --
The land o' the bonnet and plaid / John Crawford --
from The Bon Gaultier ballads. The massacre of the Macpherson ; The queen in France / Theodore Martin, William Aytoun. v. 2. The Victorian Age. When we were at the schule ; The kiss ahint the door ; Sly widow Skinner / Thomas Latto --
The auld Kirk o' Scotland / George Murray --
Cailleach Bein-y-Vreich ; The bush aboon Traquair ; The clearance song / John Shairp --
Timor mortis conturbat me ; There is a wail in the wind tonight / Joseph Paton --
The dried-up fountain ; Scotch words / Robert Leighton --
The bagpipes ; Address to my auld blue bonnet / William Murdoch --
What the auld fowk are thinkin ; Song of the summer days ; Songs of the autumn night ; Song of the spring days ; Gaein' and comin' ; Ane by ane ; Mammon marriage ; Why do the houses stand ; The Earl o' Quarterdeck ; A prayer ; Travelers' song ; Light ; I dreamed that I woke from a dream ; O lassie ayont the hill ; The sheep and the goat ; The waesome Carl ; Annie she's dowie ; The golden key / George Macdonald --
Burd Ailie ; Doun fair Dalmeny's rosy dells ; The lintwhite / James Smith --
Miss Penelope Leith ; Glenaradale ; The self-exiled / Walter Smith --
Railway bridge of the silvery Tay / William MacGonagall --
Baubie Huie's bastard geet ; The kirk session ; The state of the people / William Alexander --
November's cadence ; Pigworm and Dixie / James Carnegie, Earl of Southesk --
Skye / Alexander Nicolson --
Hogmanay ; Hairst / James Thomson, of Hawick --
The rector ; The library window / Margaret Oliphant --
The islesman's home / Thomas Pattison --
The laird of Schelynlaw ; The death of Lord Maxwell ; The Lady Fleming's dream ; Among the hills, away! / John Veitch --
Squire Maurice ; Glasgow ; Edinburgh ; Sea-Marge ; Beauty ; Lady Barbara ; A minor poet ; Dreamthorp / Alexander Smith --
The woodruffe ; The way in the wood / Isa Craig Knox --
The midnight train ; The ruined city / James Macfarlan --
Memory / Francis Erskine, Earl Rosslyn --
Forby Sutherland / George McCrae --
Love endures ; H.W.L. / John Nichol --
The city of dreadful night ; Once in a saintly passion ; L'ancien regime ; Give a man a horse he can ride / James Thomson --
And there will I be buried ; The auld ash tree ; On the cheviots / Thomas Davidson --
If it must be ; Last night ; The daisy flower ; Sometimes ; The dear old toiling one ; The harebell / David Gray --
The wife of Loki / Charlotte Elliot --
A music lesson ; Memories / Alexander Japp --
The crocus / Harriet King --
The penance of John Logan / William Black --
The wedding of Shon Maclean ; Fra Giacomo ; Spring song in the city ; The summer pool ; The Churchyard ; The fleshly school of poetry / Robert Buchanan. v. 2. The Victorian Age. Greenwood cemetery / Crammond Kennedy --
Almae matres ; Of life ; Twilight on tweed ; Three portraits of Prince Charles ; Of his choice of a sepulchre ; The odyssey ; Of blue china ; Telling the bees ; Romance ; A dream ; Melville and Coghill ; On Calais sands ; Recollections of Robert Louis Stevenson / Andrew Lang --
Toshie Norrie ; Jenny wi' the airn teeth ; Langsyne, when life was bonnie ; Cuddle doon / Alexander Anderson --
The pleasure of reading / Arthur James Balfour --
Hughie's advice to Dauvit ; Quem tu, Melpomene ; Spring on the Ochils ; An Ochil farmer ; The discovery of America ; A schule laddie's lament on the lateness o' the season ; Hughie refuses to emigrate ; A winter view / "Hugh Halliburton" (James Robertson) --
Domsie / "Ian Maclaren" (John Watson) --
Whole duty of children ; Nest eggs ; A mile an' a bittock ; To N.V. De G.S. ; The spaewife ; When I am grown to man's estate ; The celestial surgeon ; The vagabond ; In the Highlands ; Ille terrarum ; The house beautiful ; Sing me a song ; To S.R. Crockett ; Romance ; On his pitiable transformation ; Bright is the ring of words ; Plain as the glistering planets shine ; Heather ale : a Galloway legend ; In the season ; If this were faith ; Evensong ; Go, little book ; Requiem ; Aes triplex ; Pulvis et umbra ; New York ; The Scot abroad ; Thrawn Janet ; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Dover Cliff ; In a September night ; An English girl / F. Wyville Home --
Beattock for Moffat ; With the north-east wind / Robert Cunninghame Graham --
The last aboriginal ; The valley of the pale blue flowers ; The wasp ; Wild roses ; Susurro ; White rose ; On a nightingale in April ; The isle of lost dreams ; Red poppies ; The weaver of snow ; The valley of silence ; The white peace ; At the last / William Sharp.
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