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XII. Mr B. to Mr T. Has Mr Tytler's anecdotes,

and means to give his own sends his own

Lord Gregory," ....cara 30

XUI. Mr B. to Mr T. With " Mary Morison,"c....33

XIV. Mr B. to Mr T. With Wandering Willie,"..35

XV. Mr B. to Mr T. With Open the door to me,


XVI. Mr B. to Mr T. With Jessy." co..........37

XVII. Mr T. to Mr B. With a list of songs, and


XVIII. Mr B. to Mr T. " When wild war's deadly

blast was blawn,and Meg o' the Mill,”... 40

XIX. Mr B. to Mr T. Voice of Coila-Criticism-

Origin of The Lass o' Patie's Mill,"w...44

XX. Mr T. to Mr Bicaramancanom 48

XXI. Mr B. to Mr T. Simplicity requisite in a song

-One poet should not mangle the works of ano-
ther, ramarna


XXII. Mr B. to Mr T. Farewell thou stream that

winding flows.Wishes that the national mu-

sic may preserve its native features 52

XXIII. Mr T. to Mr B. Thanks and observationsgram..53

XXIV. Mr B. to Mr T. With " Blithe hae I been on



XXV. Mr B. to Mr T. With O Logan, sweetly

didst thou glide," O gin my love were yon

red rose,” & Co...masama....

awaran 56

XXVI. Mr T. to Mr B. Enclosing a note_Thanks....59

XXVII. Mr B. to Mr T. With There was a lass

and she was fair,"

innegowacom 61

XXVIII. Mr B. to Mr T. Hurt at the idea of pecuniary

recompence-Remarks on songSo............ 63

XXIX. Mr T. to Mr B. Musical expressiongurune cero...65

XXX. Mr B. to Mr T. For Mr Clarkeronconsomma 66

XXXI. Mr B. to Mr T. With Phillis the Fair,”....67

XXXII. Mr T. to Mr B. Mr AllanDrawing from


XLIX. Mr B. to Mr T. With Husband, husband,

cease your strife !and Wilt thou be my
dearie 2"

L. Mr T. to Mr B. 1794. Melancholy compari.

son between Burns and Carlinic-Mr Allan
has begun a sketch from the Cotter's Satur.
day Night,nama


LI. Mr B. to Mr T. Praise of Mr Allan

Banks of Cree," nameromoravan


LII. Mr B. to Mr T. Pleyel in FranceHere,

where the Scottish muse immortal lives,"

presented to Miss Graham of Fintry, with

a copy of Mr Thomson's Collection,comma 116
LIII. Mr T. to Mr B. Does not expect to hear from

Pleyel soon, but desires to be prepared with
the poetrygono

LIV. Mr B. to Mr T. With On the seas and far


LV. Mr T. to Mr B. Criticism, casos.....120

LVI. Mr B. to Mr T. With Ca' the yowes to the



LVII. Mr B. to Mr T. With She says she lo'es

me best of a," “Olet me in,” &c.--Stanza

to Dr Maxwell,coworocaba wawancar.123

LVIII. Mr T. to Mr B. Advising him to write a Mu-

sical Drama,


LIX. Mr T. to Mr B. Has been examining Scottish

collections-Ritson-Difficult to obtain an-

cient melodies in their original statemmar. 129

LX. Mr B. to Mr T. Recipe for producing a love-

songs Saw ye my Phely_Remarks and

anecdotes" How long and dreary is the


-“ Let not woman e'er complain"

The Lover's Morning Salute to his Mis.

tress" " The Auld man"" Keen blows the
wind o'er Donochthead,in a notegoeromon 13!


LXI. Mr T. to Mr B. Wishes he knew the inspir-

ing Fair One-Ritson's Historical Essay not

intercsting-Allan Maggie Lawder,.manora 140

LXII. Mr B. to Mr T. Has begun his Anecdotes,

&c. My Chloris mark how green the

groves-Love It was the charming
month of May” “ Lassie wil the lixtrohite
locks-History of the air, “ Ve banks and
braeso'bonnie Doon"-James Miller Clarke
-The black keys-Instance of the difficulty

of tracing the origin of ancient
LXIII. Mr T. to Mr B. With three copies of the Scot-
tish Airsgrense comowo.


LXIV. Mr B. to Mr T. with (Philly happy be

that day-Starting note" Contented wi'

little, and cantie zoi mair”. -“ Canst thou

leave me thus, my Katy?"-(The Reply,

6. Stay my Willie, yet believe me,in a note)

- Stock and


LXV. Mr T. to Mr. B. Praise-Desires more songs

of the humorous cast-Means to have a pic-

ture from " The Soldier's return,"
LXVI. Mr B. to Mr T. With My Nannie's awa,163
I.XVII. Mr B. to Mr T. (1795) With For a'

that an' r' that,and Swee fa's the eve
on Craigie-burn,"

maroronara 164

LXVIII. Mr T. to Mr B. Thanksgren comm.167

LXIX. Mr B. to Mr T. “ O lassie, art thou sleeping

yet 2and the Answergman mammam.168

LXX. Mr B. to Mr T. “ Praise of Ecclefechan,"...170

1.xxi. Mr T. to Mr B. Thanksgammamano www.171

LXXII. Mr B. to Mr T. " Address to the Woodlark"
- On Chloris being ill"-

'_" Their groves

o' sweet myrtle,&c._"'Twas na her bon-

nie blue c'e," &C......


LXXIII. Mr T. to Mr B. With Allan's design from
6 The Cotter's Saturday Night,.


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