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TO THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN
MR THOMSON AND MR BURNS.
Il. Mr B. to Mr T. Promising assistance,
V. Mr B. to Mr T. With “ My wife's a winsome wee
XXI. Mr B. to Mr T. Simplicity requisite in a song
-One poet should not mangle the works of ano-
XXXVIII. Mr T. to Mr B. Delighted with the produc-
SLII. Mr B. to Mr T. Remarks on songs in Mr
T.'s list -His own method of forming a song
XLIII. Mr B. to Mr T. With a variation of “ Ban.
XLVII. Mr B. to Mr T. With “ Thine am I, my
faithful fair," - O condescend dear charm.
XLVIII. Mr T. to Mr B. Apprehensions-Thanks.110
cease your strife !” and “ Wilt thou be my
son between Burns and Carlinic-Mr Allan
presented to Miss Graham of Fintry, with
a copy of Mr Thomson's Collection,comma 116
Pleyel soon, but desires to be prepared with
LVI. Mr B. to Mr T. With “ Ca' the yowes to the
tress" " The Auld man"" Keen blows the
ing Fair One-Ritson's Historical Essay not
intercsting-Allan Maggie Lawder,.manora 140
groves”-Love It was the charming
of tracing the origin of ancient airs.com.com141
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,"aco.co..J61
that an' r' that,” and “ Swee fa's the eve
LXXII. Mr B. to Mr T. " Address to the Woodlark"
'_" Their groves
LXXIII. Mr T. to Mr B. With Allan's design from