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522                       INDEX OF FIRST LINES
PAGES
Verse
Notes
/'// ay cd in by yon town
• 93
. 382
I'm o'er young, I'm o'er young
• 157
. 410
I murder hate by field or flood
• 163
• 4r3
In comin by the brig o' Dye
• 213
• 442
I never saw a fairer
• I04
. 428
In Mauchline there dwells
66
• 374
In simmer, when the hay was mawn
. 122
• 396
In Tarbolton, ye ken
1
• 3Si
I once was a maid
. 221
• 446
I rede you, beware at the hunting
154
• 4°9
I see a form, I see a face
90
. 382
I sing of a whistle
. 204
• 43i
Is there for honest poverty
. 290
• 474
Is this thy plighted, fond regard
. 146
• 4°7
I tell you now this ae night
• 143
. 406
It is na, Jean, thy bonie face
72
37s
It's now the day is dawin
. 207
• 432
*~ *It 's up wi' the souters o' Selkirk
. 321
49°
*It 's whisper'd in parlour
• 348
. 5°2
It was a' for our rightfu' king .
. 278
469
It was in sweet Senegal
• 297
479
It was the charming month of May
• 99
386
It was upon a Lammas night
6
352
Jamie, come try me
. 108
39°
Jockie 's taen the parting kiss
• 145
407
John Anderson my jo, John
. 189
424
Ken ye ought o' Captain Grose
• a99
479
Lady Onlie, honest lucky
. 203
43i
Landlady, count the lawin
• 203
43i
Lang hae we parted been .
. 129
399
♦Lassie, lend me your braw hemp heckle
. J82
430
Lassie wi' the lint-white locks .
96
384
Last May a braw wooer
. 180
419
Let loove sparkle in her e'e
• "7
395
Let me ryke np to dight that tear
• 225
447
Let not woman e'er complain
• 99
386
Long, long the night
• 87
381
Loud blaw the frosty breezes
• 275
468
Louis, what reck I by thee
• 73
377
Lovely was she by the dawn
• 99
386
Mally 's meek, Mally 's sweet
. 146
407
Mark yonder pomp of costly fashion
89
382
Meet me on the warlock knowe.
. 123
396
Musing on the roaring ocean
• 31
362
My bonie lass, I work in brass .
. 226
447
My coggie, Sirs, my coggie, Sirs
. 201
431
My daddie was a fiddler fine
. 183
420
My father was a farmer
• 3°3
4S2
My Harry was a gallant gay
. 272
467
My heart is a-breaking, dear Tittie
. 168
414
My heart is sair—I darena tell
• J39 •
4°5






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