Amadis, 218.
anvil, 228.
Arminius, 229.
Ascapart, 218.

| den, 246.
Dun-Edin, 237.
Ellis, 238.
Erskine, 228.
Ettrick Forest, 224.

feud, 222.
Fontenaye, 221.
Forbes, 233.
forged letters, 245.
Friar Rush, 233.

Baillie, 229.
Batavia, 229.
Becket, 233.
bells, the buck, 236.
Bell-the-Cat, 240.
Berwick-Law, 237.
Bevis, 218.
blast, the gathering, 217.
Bloody Heart, 245.
Border, the, 219.
Borough-moor, 237.
Bosworth, 219.
Bourbon, 238.
Bowhill, 225.
Brook, 247.
brook, 221.
Brunswick, 229.
bush and flagon, 230.

Gadite, 217.
Galwegian, 227.
Gawain, 245.
Goblin-Hall, 231.
great-grandsire, 243

Haco, 231.
Hafnia, 217.
Heber, 242.
Hebrides, 237.
heralds, 221.
Heron, Lady, 240.
hoods, light to set, 223.
Horncliff-hill, 219.
hostel, 245.
Hugh the Heron, 222.

case, well in, 223.
Catherine's aisle, 236.
Caxton, 234.
cloth yard, 220.
Constant, 230.
crabs, roast, 224
Crichtoun, 235.

James III., 236.

jealousy, 242.

king-at-arms, 234.

Lindisfarn, 223.
Linlithgow, 235.
listed ease, 220.
locutus bos, 245.
lordlings, 221.
Lothian, 237.
Lowes, 226.

Mackenzie, 233.
maintenance, cap of, 234.
Malvoisie, 219.
Marriot, 224.
Master, the, 246.
Merse, 230.
Milan, 220.
Minstrel, the Border, 217.
Morgana, 218.
Morrice-pikes, 220.

rage, 234.
Red Cross, 229.
Red King, 218.
Redswire, 237.
ring, to bear away the, 220.
rose, 217.
Rosse, 237.
Salem, 224
selle, 232.
Shoresword, 223.
shrieve, 223.
sire, gray-haired, 229.
sisters seven, 237.
Skene, 232.
St. Cuthbert, 227. :
St. Mary's, 226.
summons, 242.
Tantallon, 242.
Terouenne, 245.
thorn, 225.
Till, 246.
Tillmouth, 223.
turquoise ring, 240.
Tyne, 235.

Norham, 218.

Oriana, 218.

Palinurus, 217.
palmer, 224.
peal, death, 231.
post and pair, 243.
prime, hour of, 237.

wassail, 240.
Wilton, 222.
Windsor, 239.
Wordsworth, 226.
Ytene's oaks, 218.
Yule, 243.

quaighs, 232.

For 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905.

Official List.

Burke's Speech on Conciliation

with America i..... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Macaulay's Essays on Milton

and Addison ...... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Milton's Minor Poems . ... 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Milton's Paradise Lost, Books I.

and II. ........ 1900
Shakespeare's Macbeth ... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905

Addison's The Sir Roger de

Coverley Papers ..... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Carlyle's Essay on Burns ...

1903 1904 1905
Coleridge's The Ancient Mariner 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Cooper's The Last of the Mohi-

cans. ......... 1900 1901 1902
De Quincey's The Flight of a

Tartar Tribe. ...... 1900
Dryden's Palamon and Arcite . 1900
Eliot's Silas Marner ..... 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Goldsmith's The Vicar of Wake-

field . ......... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Lowell's The Vision of Sir Laun-
fal . . . . . . . . . . 1900

1903 1904 1905
Pope's Iliad, Books I., VI., XXII.,

and XXIV. ....... 1900 1901 1902
Scott's Ivanhoe ...... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Shakespeare's The Merchant of

Venice ......... 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar ..

1903 1904 1905
Tennyson's The Princess ... 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905




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