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The complete poetical works of Sir Walter Scott

Author: Walter Scott; Horace Elisha Scudder
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 1900.
Series: Cambridge edition of the poets.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : Cambridge editionView all editions and formats
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Scott, Walter, 1771-1832.
Complete poetical works of Sir Walter Scott.
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin [1900]
(OCoLC)614714252
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Scott; Horace Elisha Scudder
OCLC Number: 772884
Notes: Includes indexes.
Biographical sketch: pages [xi]-xxii.
Description: xxiii, 582 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
Contents: Two ballads from the German of Bürger: William and Helen --
The wild huntsman --
Early ballads and lyrics: The violet = --
To a lady with flowers from a Roman wall --
The erl-king, from the German of Goethe --
War-song of the royal Edinburgh light dragoons --
Song from 'Goetz von Berlichingen' --
Songs from 'the house of Aspen': I 'Joy to the victors, the sons of old Aspen' --
II 'Sweet shone the sun on the fair lake of Toro' --
III Rhein-wein lied --
Glenfinlas, or Lord Ronald's coronach --
The eve of St John --
The grey brother --
The fire-king --
Bothwell castle --
The shepherd's tale --
Cheviot --
Fredrick and Alice --
Cadyow castle --
The reiver's wedding --
Christie's will --
Thomas the rhymer --
The bard's incantation --
Hellvellyn --
The lay of the last minstrel: Canto first --
Canto second --
Canto third --
Canto Fourth --
Canto fifth --
Canto sixth --
Marmion: Atale of Flodden field: Canto first: The castle --
Canto second: The convent --
Canto third: The hostel, or inn --
Canto Fourth: The camp --
Canto fifth: The court --
Canto sixth: The battle L'Envoy --
The lady of the lake: Canto first: The chase --
Canto second: The island --
Canto third: The gathering --
Canto Fourth: The prophecy --
Canto fifth: The combat --
Canto sixth: The guard-room --
The vision of Don Roderick --
Rokeby: Canto first --
Canto second --
Canto third --
Canto Fourth --
Canto fifth --
Canto sixth --
The bridal of triermain: Canto first --
Canto second --
Canto third --
The Lord of the isles: Canto first --
Canto second --
Canto third --
Canto Fourth --
Canto fifth --
Canto sixth --
The field of Waterloo --
Harold the dauntless: Canto first --
Canto second --
Canto third --
Canto Fourth --
Canto fifth --
Canto sixth --
Miscellaneous poems: The dying bard --
The norman horse-shoe --
The maid of Toro --
The palmer --
The maid of Neidpath --
Wandering Willie --
Health to Lord Melville --
Hunting song --
Song: 'O, say not, my love' --
The resolve: Epitaph designed for a monument in Lichfield Cathedral, at the burial-place of the family of Miss Seward --
Prologue to Miss Baillie's play of 'the family legend' --
The poacher --
The bold dragoon; or, the plain of badajos --
On the massacre of Glencoe --
Song for the anniversary meeting of the pitt club of Scotland --
Lines addressed to Ranald Macdonald, esq., of staffa --
Pharos loquitur --
Letter in verse of the voyage with the commissioners of Northern Lights --
To his grace the Duke of Buccleuch --
Postscriptum --
Songs and verses from Waverley: I. 'And did ye not hear of a mirth befell' --
II. 'Late when the autumn evening fell' --
III. 'The knight's to the mountain' --
IV. 'It's up glembarchan's braes I gaed' --
V. 'Hie away, hie away' --
VI. St. Swithin's chair --
VII. 'Young men will love thee more fair and more fast' --
VIII. Flora MacIvor's song --
IX. To an oak tree --
X. 'We are bound to drive the bullocks' --
XI. 'But follow, follow me' --
For a' that an' a' that --
Farewell to Mackenzie high chief of Kintail --
Imitation of the preceding song --
War-song of Lachlan, high chief of Maclean --
Saint cloud --
The dance of death --
Romance of Dunois --
The troubadour --
'It chanced that cupid on a season' --
Song on the lifting of the banner of the house of buccleuch at a great football match on carterhaugh --
Songs from Guy Mannering: I. 'Canny moment, lucky fit' --
II. 'Twist ye, twine ye! even so' --
III. 'Wasted, weary, wherefore stay' --
IV. 'Dark shall be light' --
Lullaby of an infant chief --
The return to Ulster --
Jock of hazeldean --
Pibroch of Donald Dhu --
Nora's vow --
Macgregor's gathering --
Verses sung at the dinner given to the Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia and his suite, 19th December, 1816 --
Verses from the antiquary: I. "He came, but valor had so fired his eye' --
II. 'Why sit'st thou by that ruined hall' --
III. Epitaph --
IV. "The herring loves the merry moon-light' --
Verses from old mortality: I. 'And what though winter will pinch severe' --
II. Verses found, with a lock of hair, in Bothwell's pocketbook --
III. Epitaph on balfour of burley --
The search after happiness --
Lines written for Miss Smith --
Mr. Kemble's farewell address on taking leave of the Edinburgh state --
The sun upon the weirdlaw hill --
Song from Rob Roy --
The monks of bangor's march --
Epilogue to 'The appeal' --
Mackrimmon's lament --
Donald Caird's come again --
Madge Wildfire's songs --
The battle of Sempach --
The noble moringer --
Epitaph on Mrs. Erskine --
Songs from the bride of Lammermoor: I. 'Look not thou on beauty's charming' --
II. 'The monk must arise when the matins king' --
III. 'When was the last laird of Ravenswood to Ravenswood shall ride' --
Songs from the legend of Montrose: I. Ancient Gaelic melody --
II. The orphan maid --
Verses from Ivanhoe: The crusader's return --
II. The barefooted friar --
III. 'Norman saw on English oak' --
IV. Ware-song --
V. Rebecca's hymn --
VI. The black knight and wamba --
VII. Another carol by the same --
VIII. Funeral hymn --
Verses from the Monastery: I. Answer to introductory epistle --
II. Border song --
III. Songs of the white lady of Avenal --
IV. To the sub-prior --
V. Halbert's incantation --
VI. To Halbert --
VII. To the same --
VIII. To the same --
IX. To Mary Avenel --
X. To Edward Glendinning --
XI. The white lady's farewell --
Goldthred's song from Kenilworth: Verses from the pirate: I. The song of the tempest --
II. Halcro's song --
III. Song of Harold Harfager --
IV. Song of the mermaids and mermen --
V. Norna's verses --
VI. Halcro and Norna --
VII. The fisherman's song --
VIII. Cleveland's songs --
IX. Halco's verses --
X. Norna's incantations --
XI. The same, at the meeting with Minna --
XII. Bryce Snailsfoot's advertisement --
'On Ettrick forest's mountians dun' --
The maid of Isla --
Farewell to the muse --
Nigel's initiation at Whitefrairs --
' Carle, now the king's come' --
The bannatyne club --
County guy --
Epilogue to the drama founded on 'Saint Ronan's well' --
Epilogue --
Verses from Redgauntlet: I.A catch of Cowley's altered --
II. 'As Lords their laborers' hire delay' --
Lines addressed to monsieur Alexandre, the celebrated ventriloquist --
To J.G. Lockhart, esq., on the composition of Maida's epitaph --
Songs from the betrothed: I. 'Soldier, wake!' --
II. Woman's faith --
III. 'I asked of my harp' --
IV. 'Widowed wife and wedded maid' --
Verses from the talisman: I. 'Dark ahriman, whom irak still' --
II. 'What brave chief shall head the forces' --
III. The bloody vest --
Verses from Woodstock: I. 'By pathless march, by greenwood tree' --
II. Glee for King Charles --
III. 'An hour with thee' --
IV. 'Son of a witch' --
Lines to Sir Cuthbert Sharp --
Verses from chronicles of the canongate: I. Old song --
II. The lady of poor Louise --
III. Death chant --
IV. Song of the glee-maiden --
The death of Keeldar --
The secret tribunal --
The foray --
Inscription for the monument of the Rev. George Scott --
Songs from the doom of devorgoil: I. 'The sun upon the lake' --
II. 'We love the shrill trumpet' --
III. Admire not that I gained the prize' --
IV. 'When the tempest' --
V. Bonny Dundee --
VI. 'When friends are met' --
'Hither we come' --
The death of Don Pedro --
Lines on fortune.
Series Title: Cambridge edition of the poets.
Responsibility: edited by Horace E. Scudder.

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