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vantage-coign, advantageous corner.

vaward, van, front.

vilde, vile.

wan, won (old form).

Warden-raid, a raid commanded by a Border

Warden in person.
warped, frozen.

warrison, " note of assault" (Scott).
wassail, spiced ale ; drinking-bout.
weapon-schaw, military array of a county; muster.
weed, garment.
whenas, when.

whilere (while-ere), erewhile, a while ago.
whilom (whilome), formerly.
whin, gorse, furze.
whingers, knives, poniards.
whinyard, hunter's knife.
wight, active, gallant, warlike.
wildering, bewildering.
wimple, veil.
woe-worth, woe be to.
woned, dwelt.

wraith, apparition, spectre.
wreak, avenge.

yare, ready.

yerk, jerk.

yode, went (archaic).




INDEX.



"Abbot," Mottoes from the, 550,

Abercorn, Marquis of, dedication of

"The Lady of the Lake " to, 151.
Abercromby, Sir Ralph, tribute to the

memory of, 86.
" Admire not that I gained," 537.
Albania, a poem, extract from, 624, ».,

625, n.
Albyn's Anthology, Songs written for,

512, 513, 520, 521.
"Alice Brand," 207.
" Allen-a-Dale," 300.
Alvanley, Lady, 630, n.
Ambition, personification of, 261.
"Ancient Gaelic Melody," 531.
Ancram Moor, battle of, 575, n.
Angus, Archibald, sixth Earl of, called !

<r Bell-the-Cat," 119, 591, n.
Angus, seventh Earl of, 38, 172, 575, ».,

597> n.
"An hour with thee," 536.
Annals of Scotland, 621, «., 622, «.
"Anne of Geierstein," Mottoes!

from, 559, 560.
" Antiquary," Mottoes from the, '

545. 546.
Antiquities of Westmoreland and Cum-
berland, 614, n.
Aram, Eugene, remarkable case of, j

609, «.
Archers, English, 113, 416, 590, n., ;

622, n.
Argentine, Sir Giles de, 376, 419, 617, n.
Arran, Island of, 401, 620, n.
Arthur, King, 341-350, 580, n, 581, ».,

614, «., 615, n.
Artornish Castle, 616, n.
Ascetic religionists, 598, n.
Ascham, 622, n.
Ashton, Lucy, Song of, 531.
Athole, John de Strathbogie, Earl of

(temp. Rob. I.), 618, «.



Baillie, 'Joanna, Prologue to her

" Family Legend," 498.
" Ballads from the German," 467-

481.
Bangor, the Monks of, 520^ 630, «.
" Bannatyne Club, The," 523.
Bannockburn, Battle of, 414 ; stanza 18

to end of the poem. See also notes,

pp. 622, 623.
"Bard's Incantation, The," writ-
ten under the threat of invasion 1804,

492, 629, n.
" Barefooted Friar, The," 532.
Barnard Castle, 273, 283, 607, »., 608, n.
Barrington, Shute, Bishop of Durham,

450.



" Battle of Sempach," 475.

Beacons, 26, 573, n.

Bealach-nam-bo, Pass of, 200.

Beal' an Duine, skirmish at, 239,
601, n.

Beattie, Mr., of Mickledale, 568, n.

Bellenden, 31, 575, n.

Bell-Rock Lighthouse, lines on visit-
ing, 5°3-

Beltane-tree, the, 482, 626, «.

Ben-an mountain, 157.

Benledi, 153. t

Benvenue, 156.

Benvoirlich, 152.

Beresford, Field-marshal Lord, tribute
to, 268. His training the Portu-
guese troops, 604, n.

, 501

Berwick, North, 124.

" Betrothed," Mottoes from the, 557.

Bethune, or Beaton, family of, 8,
.57L «•

Bigotry, personification of, 259.

Binram's Corse, tradition of, 585, n.

Biting the thumb, or the glove, 50,
576, n.

" Black Dwarf," Mottoes from the,
54 6.

Blackford Hill, 108.

Black-mail, 28.

Blair, Right Honorable Robert, Lord
President of the Court of Session,
death of, 602, n.

Blood of which party first shed, an
augury of success in battle, 205,
600, «.

Blood-hound, or Sluith-hound, 9, 153,
57i, n., 596, n.

" Boat Song," 177.

Bohun, Sir Henry de, his encounter
with King Robert Bruce, 414, 622, n.

" Bold Dragoon, or the Plain of
Badajos," 501.

Bolero, a Spanish dance, 260, 603, n.

Bonaparte, Napoleon, allusions to in
"The Vision of Don Roderick,"
261, 266, 267, 604, «. ; and in " The
Field of Waterloo," 425 to 431, 623,
n. Apostrophe to the period of his
fall, 409, 410.

, 501 •

Bond of Alliance, or feud stanching,
betwixt the clans of Scott and Kerr,
(1529) 570, «.

" Bonny Dundee," 537.

Book of the Universal Kirk, 601, n.

"Border Ballad," 533.

Borderers, Scottish. Places of their
herdsmen's refuge, 574, n. March-
treason, 575, n. Form of oath, 575,
n. Regulations in 1648, 575, n.
Friendly intercourse with the Eng-
lish, 576, n. Foot-ball play, 576, «.
Manner of carrying on depredations,
609, n.

41



Borough-moor of Edinburgh, 108,
590, n.

Bothwell, Adam Hepburn, Earl of,
(temp. Jac. IV.) 104, 589, n.

James Hepburn,. Earl of, (temp.

Mary) 38, 576, «.

" Bothwell Castle," 540.

Bowhill, 58.

Brackenbury Tower, 291, 609, n.

Bracklinn Cascade, 174, 598, n.

Branksome Castle, 5 passim, 570, n.

" Bridal of Triermain, - ' 337. See
also 6r6, n.

" Bride of Lammermoor," Mottoes
from the, 548.

Brigg, or Bridge of Turk, 153.

Brodick Castle, Arran, 402, 620, «.

" Brooch of Lorn," the, 377, 617, «.

Bruce, King Robert, defeated by the
Lord of Lome, 617, n. His com-
punction for violation of the sanctu-
ary by the slaughter of Comyn, 618,
n. Excommunicated for it, 618, n.
Sequel to that adventure told by
Barbour, 619, n. Tradition that he
was at the battle of Falkirk inaccu-
rate, 618, n- Crossed the Peninsula
of Cantyre, 620, n. Landing in
Arran, 396. Instance of his hu-
manity, 397, 620, ft. His landing in
Carrick, 402, 405, 620, ft. Defeats the
Earl of Pembroke, 621, n. Block-
ade of Stirling Castle, 410, 621, «.
Encounter with Sir Henry de Bohun,
414, 622, ft. Battle of Bannockburn,
415 to end of the poem, and 622 to
end of the notes.

Bruce, Edward, brother of King Rob-
ert, 410, 620, «., 621, n.

Nigel, another brother of the

King, 381.

Brunswick, Duke of, slain at Jena, 86.

Buccaniers, 280, 286, 607, «., 608, «.,
609, «., 610, n.

Buccleuch, ancestors of the house of,
570, n. Romantic origin of the name,
5i, 570, n., 571, n.

Charles, Duke of, Letters in

Verse to, 503.

Harriet, Duchess of, 74, 568, n.

Tribute to her memory, 420.

Byron, Lord, Remarks on a conversa-
tion betwixt him and Captain Med-
win, 569, «. His Satire on Marmion,
579, «. Lines on Pitt and Fox,
62,63.



C.



Cadogan, Colonel, tribute to the mem-
ory of, 268.

" Cadyow Castle," 488, 627, n.

" Cairns," 26, 574, «.

Caledonian Forest and wild cattle, 489,
627, n.



642



ISDEX.



Cambusmore, 153-

Cameron, Colonel, killed at Fuentes

de Honoro, 268, 604, «.
Colonel, of Fassiefern, killed at

Quatre-Bras, 429, 507.
Cameronians, 631, n.
Camp, a favorite dog of the author's,

99*
Carina, island and town of, 393, 619, n.
Cantyre, peninsula of, 395, 620, n.
"Castle Dangerous," Mottoes

from, 561.
"Castle of the Seven Shields/'

ballad of the, 453.
Cave, Mac-Allister's, in Strathaird,

619, n.
Caxton, William, 101.
Chapel Perilous, 63, 580, n.
Charles I., King, 611, «.
Edward, Prince, one of his places

of retreat, 597, n.
Charms, healing, 25, 26, 576, «.
Chace, ihe royal, in Etirick Forest,

584, n.
Chastity, punishment for broken vows

of, 84', 588, n.
"Cheviot," 543.
Chivalry, 34, 306, 575, «., 611, «.
Christmas, 128, 592, n.
"Chronicles of the Canongate,"

Mottoes from, 559, 632, n.
" Claud Halcro's Song," 534.
Claverhouse, Grahame of. See Dun-
dee.
"Cleveland's Songs," 535.
Coir-nan-Uriskin, 199, 599, »
Coler.dge, S. T, his " Christabel,"

569, «. " The Bridal of Triermain,"

an imitation of his style, 337-
Collins, his flights of imagination,

338.
Colwulf, King of Northumberland, 81,

587, n.
ComUat, single, 34, 36, 121, 222.
Comyn, the Red, 375, 378, 382, 618, n.
Conscience, 273, 275.
Constable, Mr. Archibald, his "bold

and liberal industry," 570, «.
Coronach of the Highlanders, 194,

599. «•

"Count Robert of Paris," Mot-
toes from, 560, 561.

"County Guy," Song, 535.

Cranstoun, family of, 571, n.

Crichtoun Castle, 103, 589, «.

Critical Review, 614, «.

Cromwell, Oliver, his conduct at Mar-
ston Moor, 279, 291, 607, n.

Cup, a drinking one, at Dunevegan,
617, n.

" Curch, the," worn by Scottish ma-

" Cypress Wreath, The," 314.



Dacre, 29, 574, n.

Dahomay, s>el) of, 359.

Dalhotwe, Karl of, tribute to, 502.

Dalkeith, Charles, Earl of, (afterwards
Duke of I'.ucc euch) dedication of
"The Lay of the Last Minstrel"
See Buccleuch.

Harriet, COOBMM <>i (afterwards

Duchess of Buccleuch), 568, n. See
a'so Buccleuch.

Dal/ell, Sir William, his combat with
Sir Piers Courtenay. 5S3, «.

"Dance of Dhatii, Tin:," 507.

Danus, the, invasion of Northumber-
land by, 301, 610, u. Traces of their
religion in Teesdale, 610, n.

Daome Shi, 1 or " men of peace,"
5<>2, «., 600, n.



David I., King, founded Melrose Ab-
bey, 571, n. A sore saint for the
crown, 571, n.

" Dead bell" the, 588, n.

Death, presages of, 599, «.
Death of Keeldar, The," 525.



Deloraine, lands of, 571,
Description of the Wes



estern Islands,



597. «• „

" Donald Caird's come again, 521.

Donjon, what, 582, n.

"Don Roderick, The Vision of,
253.

Douglas, the House of, 593, «• Ancient
sword belonging to, 592, n.

Archibald, third Earl of, called

" Tine-man," 598, n.

" The Good Lord James " charged

to carry the Bruce' s heart to the
Holy Land, 618, «. In Arran,
620, n. Makes prisoners of Murray
and Bonkle, 620, n. Often took
the Castle of Douglas, 621, n. His
"Larder," 621, «. At Bannock-
burn, 415.

William, " the knight of Liddes-

dale," 14, 572, «.

Gawain, Bishop of Dunkeld, 135,

593, n.

Doune Castle, 226.

Drinking cup, description of, 617, n.

Dryburgh Abbey, 487, 627, n.

Dryden, his account of his projected
epic poem of " The Round Table,"
64, 581, n.

Duelling, 224, 601, n.

Dundas, Right Honorable William,
579, n.

Dundee, Viscount (Grahame of Claver-
house), 28, 574, n. His character,

597, «• .
Dunmailraise, 340, 614, n.
" Dunois, Romance of," 508.
Dunstaffnage Castle, 617, n.
Durham Cathedral, 445.
"Dying Bard, The," 494, 629, «.



Edelfled, daughter of King Oswy,

80, 586, n.
Edinburgh, ancient cross of, 22,

592, «.

Annual Register, 612, «., 614, «.

Old Town of, in, 590, n.

Edward I., King. His employment of

the Welsh in his Scottish wars,

621, n. Sets out to destroy the

Bruce, 392, 619, n. His death,

619, «.
II. at Bannockburn, 416. His

gallantry, 623, «.
Egliston Abbey, 284, 608, «.
Eigg, cave in the Island of, the scene

of a dreadful act of vengeance,

619, n.
Eildon Hills, 14, 572, n.
Ellis, George, Esq.. 582, n. Dedica-
tion to him of the Fifth Canto of

Marmion, in.
Elves, 600, n. See " Fairies."
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers,
m 579, f-
Ennui, 436, 464.
Epic Poem, a receipt to make an,

612, «.

Poetry, 612, n.

"Epilogues." To The Appeal, a

Tragedy, 520. Play of St. # Ronan's

Well, 524. Queen Mary, 525.
" Epitaphs." — Miss Seward, 498.

Mrs. Erskine, 521. The Rev.

Geom Scott, 526.
" Erl King, The," 481.



Erskine, Thomas Lord, speech of, on
humanity towards animals, 622, n.

William, Esq. (Lord Kinneder),

dedication to, of the Third Canto of
Marmion, 86. Reputed author of
" The Bridal of Triermain," 616, n.

Mrs., Epitaph on, 521.

Ettrick Forest, 584, n.

Eugene Aram, remarkable case of,
609, n.

" Eve of St. John," 486. See also
627, n.

Excursion to the Lakes, 615, n.



Fairies, 588, «., 600, «., 603, «.

" Fair Maid of Perth," Mottoes

from the, 559
Fancy, power of, in youth, 282.
" Farewell to Mackenzie, High

Chief of Kintail," from the Gaelic,

5°5-
" Farewell Imitation of, 506.

" to the Muse," 522.

" Song of the," 318.

Ferragus and Ascabart, 164, 597, n.

Feuds, 570, «.

" Field of Waterloo," poem of the,

423, 623, n.
Fiery Cross, the, 187, 188, 598, n.
Fingal's Cave at Staffa, 394^
" Fire King," ballad of the, 47 2 »

625, n.
Flanders, manner of reaping in, 623, n.
Flodden, account of the battle of, 139.
Florinda, daughter of Count Julian,

255, 603, »•

" Flower of Yarrow," Mary Scott, 30,
554, n.

" Flying Dutchman, the," 609, n.

Football, game of, 509, 576, n.

" Foray, The" 526.

Forbes, Sir William (author of " The
Life of Beattie "), tribute to his
memory, 99, 589, n.

" Fortunes of Nigel," Mottoes
from the, 553-555- , ,

Fox, Right Honorable Charles James,
" among those who smiled on the
adventurous minstrel," 570, n.
Never applied to by Scott regarding
his appointment as a Clerk of Ses-
sion, 579, n. Tribute to his mem-
ory, 62.

Franchemont, superstitious belief re-
garding the Castle of, 129, 593, n.

Fraser[or Frizel], Sir Simon, ancestor
of the family of Lovat, fate of, 381.

" Frederick and Alice," 475, 625, n.

French army in the Peninsula, move-
ments of, application to, of prophe-
cies of Joei, 603, n. Retreat of,
March 181 1, 603, n.

" Friar Rush," 100, 589, n.

" From the French," 509.

Fuentes d' Honoro, action of, 604, n.

" Funeral Hymn," 532. .



" Gaelic Melody, Ancient," 531.

Gala, the river, 367.

Gait, John, Esq., epilogue to his

tragedy of "The Appeal," 520.
" German Ballads, translated or

imitated," 467-481.
German hackbut-men, 29, 574, n.
Ghost of the Lady Bothwellhaugh,

629, n.
Gifford, village and castle of, 88.
Glamour, 22, 573, n.
" Glee Maiden, Song of the," 536.
Glee-maidens, 236, 601, n.



INDEX.



643



Glencairn, "The Good Earl" of,

490, 629, n.
" Glencoe, On the Massacre of,"

501, 630, n.
*' Glenfinlas," 482, 626. «.
Goblin- Hall, the, 94, 588, n.
Goblin-Page, Lord Cranstoun's, 573, n.
Gordon, Colonel, the Hon. Sir Alexan-
der, killed at Waterloo, 429, 623, n.
Graeme, or Grahame, families of,

577. «•> 5.97. «•> 604, n.
Graham, Sir John the, 597, n.
" Gray Bkother, The," 539, 631, «.
" Gray Mare's Tail," the, a cataract,

58S, n.
Greta Bridge, 284, 608, n.
River, 285, 294, 296, 608, «.,

610, n.
Guardian, The, 613, n.
Guisards ot Scotland, 592, n.
Gunn, John, a noted Highland robber,

story of, 600, n.



H.



Hailes, Lord, 367, 523.

Hairibee, 10, 571, n.

Hamilton, family of, 627, n.

Right Hon. Lady Anne, 488.

of Kothwellhaugh, account of his

assassination of the Regent Murray,
628, «.

Lord Claud, 489, 628, «.

Right Hon. W. G. (Singlespeech

Hamilton), 615, n.

" Harold the Dauntless," 435.

" Harfager, Song of," 534.

" Harp, Song of the," 316.

Hawks, 576, «.

Hawthornden, 539.

*' Heart of Midlothian," Mottoes
from the, 547.

Heath-burning, 599, n.

Heber, Richard, Esq., dedication of
the Sixth Canto of Marmion to, 128.

Hebridean chiefs, fortresses of, 617, «.

" Hellvellyn," 493.

Henry VI., King of England, at Edin-
burgh, 590, n.

Hepburn, family of, 576, n. See
Bothwell.

Heralds, 5S3, u.

Heron, William, of Ford, and his lady,
68, 116, 583. «., 591, n.

of Gilmerton, 631, n.

" Hero's Targe," a rock in Glenfinlas,
204, 600, n.

Hierarchie, 571, «.

Highlanders, Scottish, their hospital-
ity. 597. n - Music, 176, 598, n.
The Bard, a family officer, 597, n.
Epithets of their chiefs, 598, n.
Tutelar spirits, 599, n. Brogue or
shoe, 599, n. Coronach, 194, 599, n.
Cookery, 6oo, n. Trust- worthiness,

600, n. Targets and Broadswords,

601, n. Modes of inquiring into
futurity, 599, n. Ancient custom
respecting marriage, 618, n.

History of Cumberland, 577, «.

the Rebel. ion, 600, n.

Scotland, 585, «. , 589, «., 591, «.,

593, «., 628, n.
" Hither we Come," 538.
Hogg, Mr. James, 588, n. " Poetic

Mirror," 616, n.
Holy Island, or Lindisfarne, 585, «.
Home, family of, 575, «., 576, n.
- Lord Chamberlain to James IV.,

his conduct at Flodden, 594, n.
Homer, 612, n.

Horner, Gilpin, story of, 573, n.
Horses, shrieking of, in agony, 417,

622, «.



Hostelrie. See Inu.

Hotspur. See Percy.

Hot-trod, the, pursuit of Border Ma-
rauders, 576, «.

Howard, Lord William, " Belted Will
Howard," 29, 574, n.

Hunting, 152-154, 301, 470, 489, 596,
n., 624, n.

aerial, superstition of, 624, «,

" Hunting Song," 496.

" Huntsman, Lay of the Impris-
oned," 244.

"Hymn for the Dead," 58.

" Funeral," 532.

" Rebecca's," 532.

" to the Virgin," 201.



I lay, Island of, 370.

Inch-Cailliach(the Isle of Nuns), 190,
599. «•

Indians, the North American, 292.

Inn, or Hostelrie, Scottish accommo-
dations of an, in the 16th century,
588, «.

lot of the heathen Danes, 128, 592, n.

Ireland, Spenser's, 611, n.

Irish, the Tanist, 302, 611, n. Bards,
611, n. Chiefs required to assist
Edward I. in his Scottish wars.
622, n.

" Ivanhoe," Mottoes from, 548, 549.



J-



James III., K. of Scotland, rebellion
against, 590, n.

IV. His person and dress, 1 16.

Penance of, 590, n. His belt, 116,
591, n. Apparition to, at Linlith-
gow, 589, n. Death of, at Flodden,
594, n.

V. Quells the Border robbers,

181. Why called "King of the
Commons," 601, «., 602, n. Trav-
els in disguise, 602, n.

Jamieson, Rev. Dr. John, 367.

Jeffrey, Francis, now Lord, his success
professionally and in literature,
566, n., 569, n.

"Jock of Hazeldean," 512.

Joel, application of a passage from the
Prophecies of, 603, «.

Jongleurs, or Jugglers, 601, «.

Julian, Count, 603, n.

"Juvenile Lines from Virgil." 529,
631, n.

" On a Thunder Storm," 529,

63 1, n.

" On the Setting Sun," 529.



" Kemble, John Philip, his Fare-
well Address on taking leave of the
Edinburgh stage," 519.

" Kenilworth," Mottoes from, 551,
552.

Ker or Carr, family of, 571, «.

Kerrs and Scotts, feuds of the, 570, «.

Knighthood, 34, 575, n.



" LadV of the Lake," 151.
Lancey, Sir William de, killed at

Waterloo, 428.
Largs, Battle of, 492, 588, n.
" Lay of the Last Minstrel," 3.
" Poor Louise," 536.



" Lay of the Imprisoned Hunts-
man," 244.

" Legend of Montrose," MQttoes
from the, 548.

Lennox, district of the, 598, n

Letters in Verse, to the Duke of
Buccleugh, 503.

Leven, Earl of (1644 J, 607, n.

Leyden, Dr. John, his death, 394,
619, «.

Lichfield Cathedral, stormed in the
civil war, 146, 594, n.

Life of Scott. 614, n.

Lindesay, Sir David, of the Mount,
102, 589, «.

Lord of the Byres, 490, 629, n.

Lindisfarne, or Holy Island, 585, «.

Lines. See Juvenile.

Loch Coriskin, 386.

" Lochinvar," Lady Heron's song,
118.

Loch Katrine, 156, 596, n.

Loch of the Lowes, 585, n.

Loch Ranza, 395, 620, n.

Loch Skene, 76, 585, n.

" Lord of the Isles," 367.

" Lord of the Isles," 616, n. Contro-
versy regarding the representation of
the, 617, n.

Lorn, the House of, 617, n-

Love, power of, 21. The gift of
heaven, 41.

" Lullaby of an Infant Chief,"

" Lucy Ashton's Song," 531.

" Miscellaneous Pieces," in the
order of their composition or publi-
cation, 492-526.

Lyrical Pieces. See Songs.

" Lyulph's Tale," 341.



Macdonald, Ranald, Esq., of Staff a,
"Lines Addressed to," 502.

Macdonalds suffocated in the Cave of
Eigg, 619, n.

MacDougal, of Lorn, family of, 617, n.

MacAUister's cave in Strathaird, 390,
619. «.

" MacGregor's Gathering," 513,

630, n.

" MacIvor's, Flora, Song," 530.

"Mackenzie, High Chief of Kin-
tail, Farewell to," 505. " Imi-
tation of," 506.

" MacLean, War Song, of Lach-
lan," High Chief of, 506.

MacLellan, tutor of Bombay, beheaded
by the Earl of Angus, 593, n.

" Mackrimmon's Lament," 520,

631, n.

MacLeod of MacLeod, 520, 617, n.
MacLeod, Laird of, his Cruel Revenge

on the Macdonalds of Eigg, 619, «.
Magic, 572, «., 573, «., 576, «., 588, *.,



495.



592, «., 593, «., 608, «., 609, n.
" Maid of Isla, The," 522.
" Maid of Neidpath, The,"

630, n.
" Maid of Toro, The," 494.
Maida, Battle of, 430.
Maitland, Sir Richard of Lethington,

16th century, poem by, 584, n.
Malefactors, infatuation of, 288, 609, n.
March-treason, 34, 575, «.
" Marmion ; a Tale of Flodden-

Field," 61.
Marmion, family of, 583, *.

Robert de, 592, «.

Marriott, Rev. John, dedication to

him of the Second Canto of Mai-

mion, 74.
Marston-Moor, Battle of, 607, ».



644



INDEX.



Mary, Queen of Scots (Epilogue),

" Massacre of Glencoe, On the,"

501, 630, //.
Maurice, Abbot of Inchaffray, 622, n.
Mauthe-Doog, the, Isle of Man, 577, ;/.
Mayburgh. mound at, 340, 614, «.
Mazers, drinking cups, 408, 621, //.
Melrose Abbey, 11, 571, n.
Melville, Henry, Lord Viscount,

death of, in 181 1, 602, n.
" Men 0/ Peace." See Daoine Shi-
Merlin, 254.
Milan, artists of, their skill in armory,

65, 582, ;/.
Military Antiquities, 607, n.
Miller, Colonel, of the Guards, 428,

623, n.
Mingarry Castle, 370, 616, «.*
Minto Crags, 10, 571, n.
" Monastery," Mottoes from the,

549, 550.
" Monks of Bangor's March," 520,

630, n.
Monmouth, Duke of, 4.
Montague, dedication of Marmion to,

61.
Montrose, James, first Marquis of,

597' «•

Moors, the invasion of Spain by, 603, «.

Moray, Thomas Randolph, Earl of, at
Bannockburn, 414, 621, n.

Morritt, J. B. S., Esq., dedication to
him of Rokeby, 273. " Morte Ar-
thur," romance of the, extract from
regarding the " Chapell Perilous,"
580, n.

Mortham Castle, description of, 287,
609, n.

Morton, Earl of, Regent, 490, 629, n.

Moss-troopers, 9. See Borderers.

" Mottoes from the Waverley Nov-
els," 545-56i-

Mull, the Sound of, 370. 616, n.

Mummers, English, 592, n.

Murray, the Regent, death of, 628, n.



N



Neal Naighvallach, an Irish King

of the fourth or fifth century, 611, n.
" Neck Verse," the, 10, 571, n.
Necromancy,- 571, «., 576, n.
Nelson, Lord, tribute to the memory

of, 62.
Newark Castle, on the Yarrow, 4.
Nicholas, Grand Duke of Russia,
i:s sung after a dinner given

to him at Edinburgh," 513.
" Noble Moringer, The," 477,

625, n.
" Nora's Vow," 512, 630, n.



Norham Castle, 64, 582, «.
Shoe,



NORMAN-HORSE



The," 494,



North Berwick, 124, 592, n.



I, M.

'.09, n.
" ')ii, Hon \i.ity," Mottoes from,
547-

lie, family of, 302, 610, n.

r's Mountains
" 522.

" ON III! M I .I.ENCOE,"

501, 630, n.
Orelia, the courser of Don Roderick,

25S, 6031 «.

M Mi). Tin •," 531.

Octerb l'.attle of, 134, 571, «.

Ovid, 566, n.



Padua, a school of necromancy, 8,

571, n.
Page, the order of the, in chivalry,

611, n-
Paisley, 489, 628, n.

" Palmer, The," 495.
Palmers, 71, 584, «.
Passion, the ruling, 87.
Peden, Alexander, 631, n.
Peel-town, Castle of, Isle of Man,

577. »•

Penance vaults, 587, n-

Penrith, " Round-table " of, 340, 614, n.

Percy, Henry, 571, «., 598, n.

" Peveril of the Peak," Mottoes
from, 555. 556-

"Pharos Loquitur, 503.

Philipson, Major Robert, called
" Robin the Devil," 611, ft.

Pibroch, the, 598, n.

"Pibroch of. Donald Dhu," 512,
630, n.

Picton, Sir Thomas, 428, 623, ».

Pilgrims, 584, n.

" Pirate," Mottoes from the, 552,
553-

11 p 1TT Club of Scotland, Song writ-
ten for the," 502.

Pitt, Right Hon. William, "Among
those who smiled on the adventurous
minstrel," 570, n. Procured for Scott
the office of Clerk of Session, 578,
»., 579, n. Tributes to his memory,
62, 63, 147. His grave beside that
of Mr. Fox, 63.

" Poacher, The," 498.

" Poetry, Romantic, Remarks on,"

612, n.

Ponsonby, Sir William, 428, 623, n.

Priam, 99.

" Prologue," 498.

" Proud Maisie," 531.

Pryse, " to sound the," 489, 628, n.



Q.



"Quentin Durward," Mottoes from,

556

R.

Rae, Right Hon. Sir William, 99.

Ramsay, Sir Alexander, of Dalhousie,
cruel murder of, 572, n.

, Captain, at the action of Fuentes

d'Honoro, 604, n.

Randolph, Thomas. See Moray.

Ravensheuch Castle, 55.

Ravensworth Castle, 300.

" Rebecca's Hymn," 532.

" Receipt to make an epic poem,"
612, «.

Rede, Percy, 279, 607, n.

" Reiver's Wedding, The, " 543,
632, n.

11 Resolve, The," 497.

Rere-Cross, on Stanmore, 301, 610, n.

" Return to Ulster, The," 511.

Risingham, 279, 607, n.

Ritson, Mr., 622, n.

Robert the Bruce. See Bruce.

Robertson, Rev. Principal, his account
of the death of the Regent Murray,
628, n.

" Rob Roy," Mottoes from, 547.

Robin Hood, 228, 598, «., 601, «.

Roderick, Gothic King of Spain, de-
feated and killed by the Moors,
603,*. See Don Roderick.

" Rokeby," 273.

Rokeby Castle, 284, 608, «., 611, n.

family of, 608, n.



Roman antiquities at Greta Bridge,
608, «.

camp, 601, u.

" Romance of Dunois," 508.

Rose, William Stewart, Esq., dedica-
tion to, of the First Canto of Mar-
mion, 61.

Ross, Sir Walter, 620. n.

" Round Table," 581, «., 615, n.

Rum, Island of, 619, «.

Russell, Major-General Sir James, of
Ashestiel, 578, n.

Rutherford, of Hunthill, family of-
576, n.



" Saint Cloud," 507, 630, n.

Saint John, Vale of, 615, n.

St. Mary's Lake. 75, 585, «.

" St. Ronan's Well," Mottoes from,

556, 557- , „

" St. Swithin s Chair," 529.

Saints. St. Bride of Douglas, 57, 578,
n. Chad, 146, 594, n. Columba,
626, n. Cuthbert, 76, 80, 81, 587, n.
Dunstan, 597, n. Fillan, 72, 485,
584, n.,626, n. George, 431. Hilda,



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