O tejto knihe
Mar 2, 1943,
BY FREDERICK A. STOKES,
SUCCESSOR TO WHITE, STOKES, & ALLEN.
To a Lady, with a present of a pair of
On the Death of Robert Dundas, Esq.
Orthodox, Orthodox. A Second Version
of The Kirk's Alarm
128 The Selkirk Grace
Elegy on the Death of Peg Nicholson
Written on a Blank Leaf of one of Miss
Hannah More's Works, which she had
On the Death of a Lap-dog, named Echo
On seeing Miss Fontenelle in a Favourite
Elegy on the year 1788
Verses written under the Portrait of Fer-
gusson the Poet
Lament written at a time when the Poet
was about to leave Scotland
Prologue for Mr. Sutherland's benefit
On the Death of Sir James Hunter Blair,
Verses to an old Sweetheart, then married
The Poet's Welcome to his Illegitimate
To Miss Ferrier
Letter to John Goudie, Kilmarnock.
Letter to James Tait, Glenconnor.
Epistle to Hugh Parker
Epistle from Esopus to Maria
On a Suicide
The League and Covenant
Epistle to Robert Graham, Esq.
Verses on the Destruction of the Woods
Stanzas on the Duke of Queensberry
Epistle to Major Logan.
To Mr. John Kennedy
To John M'Murdo, Esq.
Lines written at Loudon Manse
Epitaph on the Poet's Daughter
Epitaph on Gabriel Richardson
Lines on being told that the above Verses
would affect his prospects
132 Epitaph on Miss Jessy Lewars
133 The Recovery of Jessy Lewars
135 The Kirk of Lamington.
Inscription on a Goblet
On Robert Riddel
On Miss Jessy Lewars
Lines written on a Bank Note
Address of Beelzebub to the President of
the Highland Society.