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•,• THE PIECES MARKED witH AN asterisk (*) HAVE NOT BEEN INCLUDED IN ANY FORMER EDITION
of siR walTER scott's POETICAL works,

PAGE

THE LAY of THE LAST MINSTREL ................ 9

Advertisement to edition 1833. ib.

Introduction to edition 1830.... ib.

Dedication .............................. .......... 16

Preface to the first edition 1805 ............. ib.

Introduction ib.

Canto I........................................... 17

Canto II......................................... 23

Canto III.... 28

33

40

Canto VI. ....................................... 46

Appendix to the Lay of the Last Minstrel. 54

MARMios.............................................. 80

Notice to edition 1833........................... ib.

Introduction to edition 1830................... ib.

Dedication ................................. 83

Advertisement to the first edition ib.

Introduction to Canto I.--To William

Stewart Rose, Esq. ......... ------------ ib.

Canto I-The Castle ........................ 87

Introduction to Canto II-To the Rev.

John Marriott, A. M. ................... 94

Canto II—The Convent..................... 97

Introduction to Canto III.--To William

Erskine, Esq. ............................ 104

Canto III.-The Hostel, or Inn............ 107

Introduction to Canto IV.--To James

Skene, Esq................................ 118

Canto IV.-The Camp ...................... 116

Introduction to Canto W-To George

Ellis, Esq.................. ---------------- 124

Canto W.-The Court .......... --------- - - - - . 126

Introduction to Canto VI-To Richard

Heber, Esq. ......... -------------------- . 137

Canto VL—The Battle...................... 140

Appendix to Marmion.............. ------------- 154

THE LADY of THE LAKE............................ 180

Introduction to edition 1830................... ib.

Dedication......................... 183

Argument.......................... ---------------- ib.

Canto I-The Chase......................... 184

Canto IL–The Iskand ..... --- . 193

Canto III–The Gathering ...... .......... 202

Fac-Simile of the MS., Stanza I.............. ib.
(Placed after the Contents.)

Canto IV—The Prophecy.................. 210

Canto V-The Combat..................... 219

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THE LADY of THE LAKE.

Canto WI.-The Guard-Room ............. 229

Appendix to the Lady of the Lake.......... 240

THE WIsion of DoN Roderick........... ------- . 269

Preface ............................ ib.

Dedication................... ------------- ---------- 270

Introduction...................... ---------------- . ib.

The Vision .... . 272

Conclusion........... ----------------- ------------ ... 281

Appendix to Vision of Don Roderick....... 285

Rokeby................................................ 292

Notice to edition 1833........ ------------------- ib.

Introduction to edition 1830... ... ib.

Dedication............................. ....... 296

Advertisement........................ ... ib.

Canto I......... ... ib.

Canto II............................. ..... 306

Canto III.............................. ... 314

Canto IV....

Canto V....... ------------------------------ ----

Canto VI. ............... ........... 848

Appendix to Rokeby ........................... 856

379

ib.

882

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396

407

Appendix to the Bridal of Triermain...... ... 410

THE LoRD of THE IsLEs..... ------- 412

Notice to edition 1833........... ib.

Introduction to edition 1830................... ib.

Advertisement to the first edition .......... 414

Canto I................. 415

Canto II............................... 422

Canto III........................................ 480

Canto IV... ... 437

Canto V......................................... 446

Canto VI.............. ------------ -------------- 455

Conclusion....................................... 466

Appendix to the Lord of the Isles........... 469

THE FIELD of WATERLoo ...... ------------------- 502

Conclusion......... ..... 509

Appendix............. - - ------------------------- ... 511

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Introduction................. ... it.

Canto I..................... ... 513

Canto II.... . 517

Canto III.................................. ..... 521

Canto IV........................................ 524

Canto V.... . 528

Canto VI..... ... 532

Conclusion....................................... 535

CoNTRHRUTIoNs to the Border MINSTRELsy.

Introductory Remarks on Popular Poetry. 537

Appendix.......................................... 553

Essay on Imitations of the Ancient Ballad 555

Appendix.................. ------------ ------------- 57.1

Imitations of the Ancient Ballad.

Thomas the Rhymer, Part I................ 574

57.7

584

586

589

Appendix..................................... 593

The Eve of St. John.......................... 594

Appendix.................................... 597

Cadyow Castle...... ... 598

Appendix........ ... 602

The Gray Brother.. . 604

Appendix..................................... 606

War-Song of the Royal Edinburgh Light

Dragoons..................................... 607

13ALLADs TRANslATED or IMITATED FROM THE

GeoMAs, &c........................................ 609

William and Helen...... ... ib.

The Wild Huntsman...... . 613

The Fire-King.......... ... 616

Frederick and Alice........................... 618

The Battle of Sempach...................... 619

The Noble Moringer..... ... 621

* The Erl-King .................... . C.26

LYRICAL AND MISCELLANEOUs PIECEs,

In the order of their composition or publi-

cation.......................................... 62

* Juvenile Lines. From Virgil, 1782.... ib.

* On a Thunder Storm......................... ib.

* On the Setting Sun........................... ib.

The Violet ..................................... ib.

To a Lady, with Flowers from a Roman

Wall .......................................... 628

* Bothwell Castle............................... ib.

* The Shepherd's Tale. ib.

* Cheviot.................. ... 681

* The Reiver's Wedding ... ... ib.

The Bard's Incantation............... ------- 632

Hellvellyn .................. ------------------- 633 .

Badajos....................................... ib.

On the Massacre of Glencoe................ ib.

“For a that an a' that.”—A new song to

an old tune...... ------------ ---------------- 644

Song, for the Anniversary Meeting of the

Pitt Club of Scotland ........... ---------- ib.

Pharos Loquitur .............................. 645

Lines, addressed to Ranald Macdonald,
Esq., of Staffa............................... i*

* Letter in Verse, on the Voyage with the

Commissioners of Northern Lights—

To his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch,

1814........................................... *

VERSEs FRoM WAVERLEy.

* Bridal Song .... ... 647

* Waverley..................... ... 648

* Davie Gellatley's Song................... ib.

* Scene in Luckie Macleary's Tavern.... 649

* Hie away, Hie away...................... ib.

* St. Swithin's Chair ........................ ib.

* Davie Gellatley's Song................... 650

* Janet Gellatley's alleged Witchcraft... ib.

* Flora Macivor's Song...... ... ib.

* Lines on Captain Wogan ... . 651

* Follow me, Follow me ................... 652

* The Author of Waverley.................. ib.

Farewell to Mackenzie, High Chief of

Kintail—From the Gaelic ..... ---------- ib.

Imitation of the preceding Song .......... 653

War-Song of Lachlan, High Chief of Mac-

lean—From the Gaelic.................. . 653

Saint Cloud ......................... . 654

The Dance of Death ........... ... ib.

Romarce of Dunois... ... 656

The roubadour.............................. • 10.

From the French............................ ... 657

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