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  1. A Health To Ane I Loe Dear
  2. A Lass Wi' A Tocher
  3. Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars
  4. Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars
  5. Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars
  6. Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars
  7. Epistle To Colonel De Peyster
  8. Fairest Maid On Devon Banks
  9. Inscription To Miss Jessy Lewars
  10. O Lay Thy Loof In Mine, Lass
  11. O Wert Thou In The Cauld Blast
  12. The Trogger.
  13. 1771-1779 Ah, Woe Is Me, My Mother Dear
  14. 1771-1779 Handsome Nell^1
  15. 1771-1779 I Dream'd I Lay
  16. 1771-1779 In The Character Of A Ruined Farmer
  17. 1771-1779 Montgomerie's Peggy
  18. 1771-1779 O Tibbie, I Hae Seen The Day
  19. 1771-1779 Ploughman's Life, The
  20. 1771-1779 Tarbolton Lasses, The
  21. 1771-1779 Tragic Fragment
  22. 1780 Bonie Peggy Alison
  23. 1780 Here's To Thy Health
  24. 1780 Lass Of Cessnock Banks, The^1
  25. 1780 Mary Morison
  26. 1780 Ronalds Of The Bennals, The
  27. 1781 First Six Verses Of The Ninetieth Psalm Versified, The
  28. 1781 In The Prospect Of Death
  29. 1781 Paraphrase Of The First Psalm
  30. 1781 Stanzas On The Same Occasion [Prospect of Death]
  31. 1781 Under The Pressure Of Violent Anguish
  32. 1781 Winter: A Dirge
  33. 1782 A Stanza Added In A Mason Lodge
  34. 1782 Fickle Fortune
  35. 1782 I'll Go And Be A Sodger
  36. 1782 John Barleycorn: A Ballad
  37. 1782 My Father Was A Farmer
  38. 1782 No Churchman Am I
  39. 1782 Raging Fortune
  40. 1783 Death And Dying Words Of Poor Mailie, The Author's Only Pet Yowe., The. An Unco Mournfu' Tale
  41. 1783 Green Grow The Rashes
  42. 1783 My Nanie, O
  43. 1783 Poor Mailie's Elegy
  44. 1783 Song Composed In August
  45. 1783 The Rigs O' Barley
  46. 1783 Wha Is That At My Bower-Door
  47. 1784 A Poet's Welcome To His Love-Begotten Daughter^1
  48. 1784 Another [Epigram On The Said Occasion... On A Henpecked Country Squire]
  49. 1784 Ballad On The American War
  50. 1784 Epigram On The Said Occasion [On A Henpecked Country Squire]
  51. 1784 Epistle To John Rankine
  52. 1784 Epitaph On John Rankine
  53. 1784 Epitaph On Wm. Hood, Senr., In Tarbolton
  54. 1784 Lines On The Author's Death
  55. 1784 Man Was Made To Mourn: A Dirge
  56. 1784 My Girl She's Airy
  57. 1784 O Leave Novels^1
  58. 1784 On A Henpecked Country Squire
  59. 1784 On A Noisy Polemic
  60. 1784 On James Grieve, Laird Of Boghead, Tarbolton
  61. 1784 On My Ever Honoured Father
  62. 1784 On My Own Friend And My Father's Friend, Wm. Muir In Tarbolton Mill
  63. 1784 On Tam The Chapman
  64. 1784 Reply To An Announcement By J. Rankine
  65. 1784 The Belles Of Mauchline
  66. 1784 The Mauchline Lady
  67. 1784 The Twa Herds; Or, The Holy Tulyie
  68. 1784 Remorse
  69. 1785 Adam Armour's Prayer
  70. 1785 Address To The Deil
  71. 1785 Death and Doctor Hornbook
  72. 1785 Elegy On The Death Of Robert Ruisseaux^1
  73. 1785 Epistle To Davie, A Brother Poet
  74. 1785 Epistle To J. Lapraik, An Old Scottish Bard
  75. 1785 Epistle To John Goldie, In Kilmarnock
  76. 1785 Epistle To The Rev. John M'math
  77. 1785 Epitaph For James Smith
  78. 1785 Epitaph On Holy Willie
  79. 1785 Epitaph On John Dove, Innkeeper
  80. 1785 Farewell To Ballochmyle
  81. 1785 For A' That^1
  82. 1785 Halloween^1
  83. 1785 Holy Willie's Prayer
  84. 1785 Merry Hae I Been Teethin A Heckle
  85. 1785 One Night As I Did Wander
  86. 1785 Rantin', Rovin' Robin
  87. 1785 Scotch Drink
  88. 1785 Second Epistle To J. Lapraik
  89. 1785 Second Epistle to Davie
  90. 1785 The Cotter's Saturday Night
  91. 1785 The Holy Fair^1
  92. 1785 The Jolly Beggars: A Cantata^1
  93. 1785 Third Epistle To J. Lapraik
  94. 1785 Tho' Cruel Fate Should Bid Us Part
  95. 1785 To A Mouse, On Turning Her Up In Her Nest With The Plough
  96. 1785 Young Peggy Blooms
  97. 1786 A Bard's Epitaph
  98. 1786 A Dedication
  99. 1786 A Dream
  100. 1786 A Winter Night
  101. 1786 Address Of Beelzebub
  102. 1786 Address To A Haggis
  103. 1786 Address To Edinburgh
  104. 1786 Address To The Toothache
  105. 1786 Address To The Unco Guid, Or The Rigidly Righteous
  106. 1786 Composed In Spring
  107. 1786 Despondency: An Ode
  108. 1786 Epigram On Rough Roads
  109. 1786 Epistle To A Young Friend
  110. 1786 Epistle To James Smith
  111. 1786 Epistle To Major Logan
  112. 1786 Epitaph For Gavin Hamilton, Esq.
  113. 1786 Epitaph For Robert Aiken, Esq.
  114. 1786 Epitaph On "Wee Johnie"
  115. 1786 Farewell Song To The Banks Of Ayr
  116. 1786 Farewell To Eliza
  117. 1786 Fragment Of Song
  118. 1786 Here's His Health In Water
  119. 1786 Home.
  120. 1786 Inscribed On A Work Of Hannah More's
  121. 1786 Lines On Meeting With Lord Daer^1
  122. 1786 Lines To An Old Sweetheart
  123. 1786 Lines To Mr. John Kennedy
  124. 1786 Lines Written On A Banknote
  125. 1786 Masonic Song
  126. 1786 Motto Prefixed To The Author's First Publication
  127. 1786 My Highland Lassie, O
  128. 1786 Nature's Law - A Poem
  129. 1786 O Thou Dread Power
  130. 1786 On A Scotch Bard, Gone To The West Indies
  131. 1786 On Sensibility
  132. 1786 Reply To A Trimming Epistle Received From A Tailor
  133. 1786 Stanzas On Naething
  134. 1786 Tam Samson's Elegy
  135. 1786 The Auld Farmer's New-Year-Morning Salutation To His Auld Mare, Maggie
  136. 1786 The Author's Earnest Cry And Prayer
  137. 1786 The Brigs Of Ayr
  138. 1786 The Calf
  139. 1786 The Farewell
  140. 1786 The Farewell To the Brethren of St. James' Lodge, Tarbolton
  141. 1786 The Inventory^1
  142. 1786 The Lament
  143. 1786 The Lass O' Ballochmyle
  144. 1786 The Ordination
  145. 1786 The Rantin' Dog, The Daddie O't
  146. 1786 The Twa Dogs^1
  147. 1786 The Vision
  148. 1786 Thomson's Edward and Eleanora.
  149. 1786 To A Louse
  150. 1786 To A Mountain Daisy
  151. 1786 To Gavin Hamilton, Esq., Mauchline,
  152. 1786 To John Kennedy, Dumfries House
  153. 1786 To Mr. M'Adam, Of Craigen-Gillan
  154. 1786 To Ruin
  155. 1786 Versified Note To Dr. Mackenzie, Mauchline
  156. 1786 Versified Reply To An Invitation
  157. 1786 Will Ye Go To The Indies, My Mary?
  158. 1786 Willie Chalmers
  159. 1786 Yon Wild Mossy Mountains
  160. 1787 A Bottle And Friend
  161. 1787 A Rose-Bud By My Early Walk
  162. 1787 Address To Wm. Tytler, Esq., Of Woodhouselee
  163. 1787 Birthday Ode For 31st December, 1787^1
  164. 1787 Blythe Was She^1
  165. 1787 Bonie Dundee
  166. 1787 Braving Angry Winter's Storms
  167. 1787 Burlesque Lament For The Absence Of William Creech, Publisher
  168. 1787 Castle Gordon
  169. 1787 Elegy On "Stella"
  170. 1787 Elegy On The Death Of Sir James Hunter Blair
  171. 1787 Epigram Addressed To An Artist
  172. 1787 Epigram At Roslin Inn
  173. 1787 Epigram On Parting With A Kind Host In The Highlands
  174. 1787 Epigram To Miss Ainslie In Church
  175. 1787 Epigram To Miss Jean Scott
  176. 1787 Epistle To Mrs. Scott
  177. 1787 Epitaph For Mr. W. Cruikshank^1
  178. 1787 Epitaph For Mr. William Michie
  179. 1787 Epitaph For William Nicol, Of The High School, Edinburgh
  180. 1787 Extempore In The Court Of Session
  181. 1787 Hey, Ca' Thro' - Boat song
  182. 1787 Impromptu On Carron Iron Works
  183. 1787 Inscription For The Headstone Of Fergusson The Poet^1
  184. 1787 Lady Onlie, Honest Lucky
  185. 1787 Lines On The Fall Of Fyers Near Loch-Ness.
  186. 1787 Lines Written Under The Picture Of The Celebrated Miss Burns
  187. 1787 Mr. William Smellie -A Sketch
  188. 1787 My Lord A-Hunting
  189. 1787 My Peggy's Charms
  190. 1787 On Elphinstone's Translation Of Martial's Epigrams
  191. 1787 On Scaring Some Water-Fowl In Loch-Turit
  192. 1787 On The Death Of John M'Leod, Esq,
  193. 1787 On The Death Of Robert Dundas, Esq., Of Arniston,
  194. 1787 Prologue
  195. 1787 Rattlin', Roarin' Willie^1
  196. 1787 Strathallan's Lament^1
  197. 1787 Sylvander To Clarinda^1
  198. 1787 The Banks Of The Devon
  199. 1787 The Bard At Inverary
  200. 1787 The Birks Of Aberfeldy
  201. 1787 The Bonie Lass Of Albany^1
  202. 1787 The Bonie Moor-Hen
  203. 1787 The Book-Worms
  204. 1787 The Humble Petition Of Bruar Water
  205. 1787 The Libeller's Self-Reproof^1
  206. 1787 The Poet's Reply To The Threat Of A Censorious Critic
  207. 1787 The Young Highland Rover
  208. 1787 Theniel Menzies' Bonie Mary
  209. 1787 To Miss Ferrier
  210. 1787 To Miss Logan, With Beattie's Poems, For A New-Year's Gift, Jan. 1, 1787
  211. 1787 Verses Intended To Be Written Below A Noble Earl's Picture^1
  212. 1787 Verses Written With A Pencil Over the Chimney-piece in the Parlour of the Inn at Kenmore, Taymouth.
  213. 1787 Written By Somebody On The Window Of an Inn at Stirling, on seeing the Royal Palace in ruin.
  214. 1788 A Mother's Lament For the Death of Her Son.
  215. 1788 Anna, Thy Charms
  216. 1788 Auld Lang Syne
  217. 1788 Clarinda, Mistress Of My Soul
  218. 1788 Duncan Davison
  219. 1788 Elegy On The Year 1788
  220. 1788 Epistle To Hugh Parker
  221. 1788 Epistle To Robert Graham, Esq., Of Fintry
  222. 1788 Go On, Sweet Bird, And Sooth My Care
  223. 1788 Hey, The Dusty Miller
  224. 1788 How Long And Dreary Is The Night
  225. 1788 I Hae a Wife O' My Ain
  226. 1788 I Reign In Jeanie's Bosom
  227. 1788 I'm O'er Young To Marry Yet
  228. 1788 It Is Na, Jean, Thy Bonie Face
  229. 1788 Lines Written In Friars'-Carse Hermitage
  230. 1788 Love In The Guise Of Friendship
  231. 1788 M'Pherson's Farewell
  232. 1788 My Bonie Mary
  233. 1788 My Hoggie
  234. 1788 O, Were I On Parnassus Hill
  235. 1788 Of A' The Airts The Wind Can Blaw^1
  236. 1788 Raving Winds Around Her Blowing
  237. 1788 Stay My Charmer
  238. 1788 Talk Of Him That's Far Awa
  239. 1788 The Bonie Lad That's Far Awa
  240. 1788 The Chevalier's Lament
  241. 1788 The Day Returns
  242. 1788 The Fall Of The Leaf
  243. 1788 The Fete Champetre
  244. 1788 The Henpecked Husband
  245. 1788 The Lad They Ca'Jumpin John
  246. 1788 The Parting Kiss
  247. 1788 The Poet's Progress
  248. 1788 The Winter It Is Past
  249. 1788 To Alex. Cunningham, ESQ., Writer
  250. 1788 To Daunton Me
  251. 1788 To The Weavers Gin Ye Go
  252. 1788 Up In The Morning Early
  253. 1788 Verses To Clarinda
  254. 1788 Versicles On Sign-Posts
  255. 1788 Written In Friars Carse Hermitage
  256. 1789 A New Psalm For The Chapel Of Kilmarnock
  257. 1789 A Waukrife Minnie
  258. 1789 Awa' Whigs, Awa'
  259. 1789 Beware O' Bonie Ann
  260. 1789 Ca' The Yowes To The Knowes
  261. 1789 Caledonia -A Ballad
  262. 1789 Carle, An The King Come
  263. 1789 Delia, An Ode
  264. 1789 Election Ballad For Westerha'
  265. 1789 Epigram On Francis Grose The Antiquary
  266. 1789 Epistle To Dr. Blacklock
  267. 1789 Epistle To James Tennant Of Glenconner
  268. 1789 Extemporaneous Effusion
  269. 1789 Highland Harry Back Again
  270. 1789 I Gaed A Waefu' Gate Yestreen
  271. 1789 I Love My Love In Secret
  272. 1789 Impromptu Lines To Captain Riddell
  273. 1789 Jamie, Come Try Me
  274. 1789 John Anderson, My Jo
  275. 1789 Lines To John M'Murdo, Esq. Of Drumlanrig
  276. 1789 My Eppie Adair
  277. 1789 My Heart's In The Highlands
  278. 1789 My Love, She's But A Lassie Yet
  279. 1789 Ode On The Departed Regency Bill
  280. 1789 Ode, Sacred To The Memory Of Mrs. Oswald Of Auchencruive
  281. 1789 On A Bank Of Flowers
  282. 1789 On The Late Captain Grose's Peregrinations Thro' Scotland
  283. 1789 Pegasus At Wanlockhead
  284. 1789 Presentation Stanzas To Correspondents
  285. 1789 Prologue Spoken At The Theatre Of Dumfries
  286. 1789 Robin Shure In Hairst
  287. 1789 Sappho Redivivus
  288. 1789 She's Fair And Fause
  289. 1789 Sketch In Verse
  290. 1789 Sonnet On Receiving A Favour
  291. 1789 Sweet Tibbie Dunbar
  292. 1789 Tam Glen
  293. 1789 The Kirk Of Scotland's Alarm
  294. 1789 The Banks Of Nith
  295. 1789 The Battle Of Sherramuir
  296. 1789 The Braes O' Killiecrankie
  297. 1789 The Captain's Lady
  298. 1789 The Captive Ribband
  299. 1789 The Five Carlins
  300. 1789 The Gard'ner Wi' His Paidle
  301. 1789 The Laddie's Dear Sel'
  302. 1789 The Whistle -A Ballad
  303. 1789 The Wounded Hare
  304. 1789 To Mary In Heaven
  305. 1789 To Miss Cruickshank, a very Young Lady
  306. 1789 Whistle O'er The Lave O't
  307. 1789 Willie Brew'd A Peck O' Maut^1
  308. 1789 Young Jockie Was The Blythest Lad
  309. 1790 Election Ballad
  310. 1790 Elegy On Captain Matthew Henderson
  311. 1790 Elegy On The Late Miss Burnet Of Monboddo
  312. 1790 Elegy On Willie Nicol's Mare
  313. 1790 Gudewife, Count The Lawin
  314. 1790 I Murder Hate
  315. 1790 Lines To A Gentleman,
  316. 1790 On The Birth Of A Posthumous Child
  317. 1790 Scots' Prologue For Mr. Sutherland
  318. 1790 Sketch -New Year's Day [1790]
  319. 1790 Tam O' Shanter
  320. 1790 The Epitaph
  321. 1790 The Gowden Locks Of Anna
  322. 1790 Verses On Captain Grose
  323. 1791 A Grace After Dinner, Extempore
  324. 1791 A Grace Before Dinner, Extempore
  325. 1791 Address To The Shade Of Thomson
  326. 1791 Ae Fond Kiss, And Then We Sever
  327. 1791 Altho' He Has Left Me
  328. 1791 Behold The Hour, The Boat, Arrive
  329. 1791 Craigieburn Wood
  330. 1791 Damon And Sylvia
  331. 1791 Divine Service In The Kirk Of Lamington
  332. 1791 Epigram At Brownhill Inn^1
  333. 1791 Epigram On Miss Davies
  334. 1791 Epistle To John Maxwell, ESQ., Of Terraughty
  335. 1791 Frae The Friends And Land I Love
  336. 1791 I Hae Been At Crookieden
  337. 1791 Johnie Lad, Cock Up Your Beaver
  338. 1791 Lament For James, Earl Of Glencairn
  339. 1791 Lament Of Mary, Queen Of Scots, On The Approach Of Spring
  340. 1791 Lines Sent To Sir John Whiteford, Bart
  341. 1791 Lovely Polly Stewart
  342. 1791 My Bonie Bell
  343. 1791 My Eppie Macnab
  344. 1791 My Native Land Sae Far Awa
  345. 1791 My Tocher's The Jewel
  346. 1791 Nithsdale's Welcome Hame
  347. 1791 O For Ane An' Twenty, Tam
  348. 1791 O Kenmure's On And Awa, Willie
  349. 1791 O May, Thy Morn
  350. 1791 On Glenriddell's Fox Breaking His Chain
  351. 1791 Out Over The Forth
  352. 1791 Poem On Pastoral Poetry
  353. 1791 Poem On Sensibility
  354. 1791 Second Epistle To Robert Graham, ESQ., Of Fintry
  355. 1791 Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation
  356. 1791 Sweet Afton
  357. 1791 The Banks O' Doon
  358. 1791 The Banks O' Doon
  359. 1791 The Banks O' Doon
  360. 1791 The Bonie Wee Thing
  361. 1791 The Charms Of Lovely Davies
  362. 1791 The Gallant Weaver
  363. 1791 The Keekin'-Glass
  364. 1791 The Posie
  365. 1791 The Song Of Death
  366. 1791 The Toadeater
  367. 1791 There'll Never Be Peace Till Jamie Comes Hame
  368. 1791 Thou Fair Eliza
  369. 1791 Thou Gloomy December
  370. 1791 Verses On The Destruction Of The Woods Near Drumlanrig
  371. 1791 What Can A Young Lassie Do Wi' An Auld Man
  372. 1791 Ye Jacobites By Name
  373. 1791 You're Welcome, Willie Stewart
  374. 1792 A Tippling Ballad
  375. 1792 Auld Rob Morris
  376. 1792 Bessy And Her Spinnin' Wheel
  377. 1792 Duncan Gray
  378. 1792 Epigram On Seeing Miss Fontenelle In A Favourite Character
  379. 1792 Extempore On Some Commemorations Of Thomson
  380. 1792 Fragment Of Song
  381. 1792 Here's A Health To Them That's Awa
  382. 1792 Highland Mary
  383. 1792 I do Confess Thou Art Sae Fair
  384. 1792 I'll Meet Thee On The Lea Rig
  385. 1792 Kellyburn Braes
  386. 1792 Lady Mary Ann
  387. 1792 Lines On Fergusson, The Poet
  388. 1792 Love For Love
  389. 1792 My Collier Laddie
  390. 1792 My Wife's A Winsome Wee Thing
  391. 1792 O Can Ye Labour Lea?
  392. 1792 Saw Ye Bonie Lesley
  393. 1792 Scroggam, My Dearie
  394. 1792 Sic A Wife As Willie Had
  395. 1792 The Country Lass
  396. 1792 The Deil's Awa Wi' The Exciseman
  397. 1792 The Deuks Dang O'er My Daddie
  398. 1792 The Rights Of Woman
  399. 1792 The Slave's Lament
  400. 1792 The Weary Pund O' Tow
  401. 1792 When She Cam' Ben She Bobbed
  402. 1793 Address Spoken by Miss Fontenelle on her Benefit Night, December 4th, 1793, at the Theatre, Dumfries.
  403. 1793 Behold The Hour, The Boat Arrive
  404. 1793 Blythe Hae I been On Yon Hill
  405. 1793 Bonie Jean-A Ballad
  406. 1793 Braw Lads O' Galla Water
  407. 1793 By Allan Stream
  408. 1793 Come, Let Me Take Thee To My Breast
  409. 1793 Complimentary Epigram On Maria Riddell
  410. 1793 Dainty Davie
  411. 1793 Deluded Swain, The Pleasure
  412. 1793 Down The Burn, Davie
  413. 1793 Epigram On The Laird Of Laggan
  414. 1793 Epigrams Against The Earl Of Galloway
  415. 1793 Epitaph On A Lap-Dog Named Echo
  416. 1793 Extempore Reply To An Invitation
  417. 1793 Grace After Meat
  418. 1793 Grace Before And After Meat
  419. 1793 Had I A Cave
  420. 1793 Impromptu On General Dumourier's Desertion From The French Republican Army
  421. 1793 Kirk and State Excisemen
  422. 1793 Lines Inscribed In A Lady's Pocket Almanac
  423. 1793 Lines On The Commemoration Of Rodney's Victory
  424. 1793 Logan Braes
  425. 1793 Lord Gregory
  426. 1793 Lovely Young Jessie
  427. 1793 Meg O' The Mill
  428. 1793 Meg O' The Mill
  429. 1793 My Spouse Nancy
  430. 1793 O Were My Love Yon Lilac Fair
  431. 1793 On Commissary Goldie's Brains
  432. 1793 On Mrs. Riddell's Birthday
  433. 1793 On Politics
  434. 1793 Open The Door To Me, Oh
  435. 1793 Phillis The Fair
  436. 1793 Phillis The Queen O' The Fair
  437. 1793 Poortith Cauld And Restless Love
  438. 1793 Robert Bruce's March To Bannockburn
  439. 1793 Sonnet Written On The Author's Birthday,
  440. 1793 Thanksgiving For A National Victory
  441. 1793 The Last Time I Came O'er The Moor
  442. 1793 The Raptures Of Folly
  443. 1793 The Soldier's Return
  444. 1793 The True Loyal Natives
  445. 1793 Thine Am I, My Faithful Fair
  446. 1793 Thou Hast Left Me Ever, Jamie
  447. 1793 Wandering Willie
  448. 1793 Wandering Willie
  449. 1793 Where Are The Joys I have Met?
  450. 1793 Whistle, And I'll Come To You, My Lad
  451. 1794 A Fiddler In The North
  452. 1794 A Red, Red Rose
  453. 1794 A Vision
  454. 1794 Bannocks O' Bear Meal
  455. 1794 Behold, My Love, How Green The Groves
  456. 1794 Ca' The Yowes To The Knowes
  457. 1794 Canst Thou Leave Me Thus, My Katie
  458. 1794 Charlie, He's My Darling
  459. 1794 Contented Wi' Little And Cantie Wi' Mair
  460. 1794 Epigram On A Country Laird,
  461. 1794 Epistle From Esopus To Maria
  462. 1794 Epitaph For Mr. Walter Riddell
  463. 1794 Epitaph On A Noted Coxcomb
  464. 1794 Esteem For Chloris
  465. 1794 Farewell Thou Stream
  466. 1794 For The Sake O' Somebody
  467. 1794 How Lang And Dreary Is The Night
  468. 1794 Inconstancy In Love
  469. 1794 Inscription To Miss Graham Of Fintry
  470. 1794 It Was A' For Our Rightfu' King
  471. 1794 Lassie Wi' The Lint-White Locks
  472. 1794 Monody
  473. 1794 My Nanie's Awa
  474. 1794 Ode For General Washington's Birthday
  475. 1794 On An Innkeeper Nicknamed "The Marquis"
  476. 1794 On A Suicide
  477. 1794 On A Swearing Coxcomb
  478. 1794 On Andrew Turner
  479. 1794 On Being Shewn A Beautiful Country Seat
  480. 1794 On Capt. Lascelles
  481. 1794 On Chloris
  482. 1794 On Hearing It Asserted Falsehood
  483. 1794 On John Bushby, Esq., Tinwald Downs
  484. 1794 On Seeing Mrs. Kemble In Yarico
  485. 1794 On The Seas And Far Away
  486. 1794 On Wm. Graham, Esq., Of Mossknowe
  487. 1794 Philly And Willy
  488. 1794 Pinned To Mrs. Walter Riddell's Carriage
  489. 1794 Pretty Peg
  490. 1794 Remorseful Apology
  491. 1794 Saw Ye My Dear, My Philly
  492. 1794 She Says She Loes Me Best Of A'
  493. 1794 Sonnet On The Death Of Robert Riddell
  494. 1794 The Charming Month Of May
  495. 1794 The Epitaph
  496. 1794 The Flowery Banks Of Cree
  497. 1794 The Highland Balou
  498. 1794 The Highland Widow's Lament
  499. 1794 The Lovely Lass O' Inverness
  500. 1794 The Lover's Morning Salute To His Mistress
  501. 1794 The Minstrel At Lincluden
  502. 1794 The Tear-Drop
  503. 1794 The Winter Of Life
  504. 1794 To Dr. Maxwell
  505. 1794 To The Beautiful Miss Eliza J-N
  506. 1794 Wilt Thou Be My Dearie?
  507. 1794 Young Jamie, Pride Of A' The Plain
  508. 1795
  509. 1795 A Man's A Man For A' That
  510. 1795 Address To The Woodlark
  511. 1795 Apology For Declining An Invitation To Dine
  512. 1795 Ballads on Mr. Heron's Election, 1795
  513. 1795 Ballads on Mr. Heron's Election, 1795
  514. 1795 Ballads on Mr. Heron's Election, 1795
  515. 1795 Bonie Peg-a-Ramsay
  516. 1795 Compliments Of John Syme Of Ryedale
  517. 1795 Craigieburn Wood
  518. 1795 Crowdie Ever Mair
  519. 1795 Does Haughty Gaul Invasion Threat?
  520. 1795 Epigram On Mr. James Gracie
  521. 1795 Epitaph For Mr. Gabriel Richardson
  522. 1795 Forlorn, My Love, No Comfort Near
  523. 1795 Gude Ale Keeps The Heart Aboon
  524. 1795 Had I The Wyte? She Bade Me
  525. 1795 Her Answer
  526. 1795 How Cruel Are The Parents
  527. 1795 I'll Aye Ca' In By Yon Town
  528. 1795 Inscription
  529. 1795 Inscription At Friars' Carse Hermitage
  530. 1795 Inscription For An Altar Of Independence
  531. 1795 Jerusalem Tavern, Dumfries.
  532. 1795 Jockey's Taen The Parting Kiss
  533. 1795 Leezie Lindsay
  534. 1795 Mally's Meek, Mally's Sweet
  535. 1795 Mark Yonder Pomp Of Costly Fashion
  536. 1795 News, Lassies, News
  537. 1795 O Aye My Wife She Dang Me
  538. 1795 O Bonie Was Yon Rosy Brier
  539. 1795 O Let Me In Thes Ae Night
  540. 1795 O Steer Her Up An' Haud Her Gaun
  541. 1795 O That's The Lassie O' My Heart
  542. 1795 O Wat Ye Wha's In Yon Town
  543. 1795 On Chloris Being Ill
  544. 1795 Song Inscribed To Alexander Cunningham
  545. 1795 The Braw Wooer
  546. 1795 The Cardin O't, The Spinnin O't
  547. 1795 The Cooper O' Cuddy
  548. 1795 The Lass O' Ecclefechan
  549. 1795 The Lass That Made The Bed To Me
  550. 1795 The Solemn League And Covenant
  551. 1795 The Wren's Nest
  552. 1795 Their Groves O'Sweet Myrtle
  553. 1795 There Was A Bonie Lass
  554. 1795 This Is No My Ain Lassie
  555. 1795 Twas Na Her Bonie Blue E'e
  556. 1795 Verses To Collector Mitchell
  557. 1795 Wee Willie Gray
  558. 1795 Why, Why Tell The Lover
  559. 1796 The Dean Of Faculty
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