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Robert Burns Collected Works
ROBERT BURNS (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) (also known as Robbie Burns, Rabbie Burns, Scotland's favourite son, the Ploughman Poet, Robden of Solway Firth, the Bard of Ayrshire and in Scotland as The Bard) was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide. He is the best known of the poets who have written in the Scots language, although much of his writing is also in English and a light Scots dialect, accessible to an audience beyond Scotland. He also wrote in standard English, and in these writings his political or civil commentary is often at its bluntest. He is regarded as a pioneer of the Romantic movement, and after his death he became a great source of inspiration to the founders of both liberalism and socialism, and a cultural icon in Scotland and among the Scottish Diaspora around the world. Celebration of his life and work became almost a national charismatic cult during the 19th and 20th centuries, and his influence has long been strong on Scottish literature. In 2009 he was chosen as the greatest Scot by the Scottish public in a vote run by Scottish television channel STV. As well as making original compositions, Burns also collected folk songs from across Scotland, often revising or adapting them. His poem (and song) "Auld Lang Syne" is often sung at Hogmanay (the last day of the year), and "Scots Wha Hae" served for a long time as an unofficial national anthem of the country. Other poems and songs of Burns that remain well known across the world today include "A Red, Red Rose"; "A Man's a Man for A' That"; "To a Louse"; "To a Mouse"; "The Battle of Sherramuir"; "Tam o' Shanter"; and "Ae Fond Kiss"(Ref Wikipedia)

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A Bards Epitaph
A Bottle And Friend
A Dedication To Gavin Hamilton Esq
A Dream Thoughts Words And Deeds The Statute Blames With Reason
A Fiddler In The North
A Grace After Dinner Extempore
A Grace Before Dinner Extempore
A Health To Ane I Loe Dear
A Lass Wi A Tocher
A Mans A Man For A That
A Mothers Lament For The Death Of Her Son
A New Psalm For The Chapel Of Kilmarnock
A Poets Welcome To His Love Begotten Daughter
A Red Red Rose (hear Red Red Rose)
A Rose Bud By My Early Walk
A Stanza Added In A Mason Lodge
A The Lads O Thornie Bank
A Tippling Ballad On The Duke Of Brunswicks Breaking Up His Camp
A Vision
A Waukrife Minnie
A Winter Night
Adam Armours Prayer
Address Of Beelzebub
Address Spoken By Miss Fontenelle On Her Benefit Night
Address To A Haggis
Address To Edinburgh
Address To The Deil
Address To The Shade Of Thomson
Address To The Toothache
Address To The Unco Guid Or The Rigidly Righteous
Address To The Woodlark
Address To Wm Tytler Esq Of Woodhouselee
Adieu A Heart Warm Fond Adieu
Adown Winding Nith I Did Wander
Ae Fond Kiss And Then We Sever
Again Rejoicing Nature Sees
Ah Woe Is Me My Mother Dear Paraphrase Of Jeremiah
Altho He Has Left Me
Altho My Back Be At The Wa
Amang The Trees Where Humming Bees
An O For Ane An Twenty Tam
An O My Eppie My Jewel My Eppie
Ance Mair I Hail Thee Thou Gloomy December
And Ill Kiss Thee Yet Yet
Anna Thy Charms My Bosom Fire
Anna Thy Charms
Apology For Declining An Invitation To Dine
As Down The Burn They Took Their Way
As I Gaed Up By Yon Gate End
As I Stood By Yon Roofless Tower
As Late By A Sodger I Chanced To Pass
Auld Lang Syne
Auld Rob Morris
Awa Whigs Awa
Awa Wi Your Witchcraft O Beautys Alarms
Ballad On The American War
Ballads On Mr Herons Election 1795 Ballad First
Ballads On Mr Herons Election 1795 Second Election Day
Ballads On Mr Herons Election
Bannocks O Bear Meal
Behind Yon Hills Where Lugar Flows
Behold My Love How Green The Groves
Behold The Hour The Boat Arrive
Bessy And Her Spinnin Wheel
Beware O Bonie Ann
Birthday Ode For 31st December 1787
Blythe Blythe And Merry Was She
Blythe Blythe Blythe Was She
Blythe Hae I Been On Yon Hill
Blythe Was She
Bonie Dundee
Bonie Jean A Ballad
Bonie Lassie Will Ye Go
Bonie Peg A Ramsay
Bonie Peggy Alison
Bonie Wee Thing Cannie Wee Thing
Braving Angry Winters Storms
Braw Lads O Galla Water
Burlesque Lament For The Absence Of William Creech Publisher
But Lately Seen In Gladsome Green
By Allan Stream I Chancd To Rove
By Allan Stream
Ca The Yowes To The Knowes Second Version
Ca The Yowes To The Knowes
Caledonia A Ballad
Canst Thou Leave Me Thus My Katie
Canst Thou Leave Me Thus My Katie
Carle An The King Come
Castle Gordon
Cauld Blaws The Wind Frae East To West
Cauld Is The Eenin Blast
Cauld Kail In Aberdeen And Castocks In Strabogie
Charlie Hes My Darling
Clarinda Mistres Of My Soul
Clarinda Mistress Of My Soul
Come Let Me Take Thee To My Breast
Come Rede Me Dame Come Tell Me Dame
Complimentary Epigram On Maria Riddell
Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars Jessies Illness
Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars On Her Recovery
Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars The Menagerie
Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars The Toast
Compliments Of John Syme Of Ryedale
Composed In Spring
Contented Wi Little And Cantie Wi Mair
Craigieburn Wood
Crowdie Ever Mair
Dainty Davie
Damon And Sylvia Fragment
Death And Doctor Hornbook A True Story
Death And Dying Words Of Poor Mailie
Delia An Ode
Deluded Swain The Pleasure
Despondency An Ode
Dire Was The Hate At Old Harlaw
Divine Service In The Kirk Of Lamington
Does Haughty Gaul Invasion Threat
Down The Burn Davie
Duncan Davison
Duncan Gray
Election Ballad For Westerha
Election Ballad
Elegy On Captain Matthew Henderson
Elegy On Stella
Elegy On The Death Of Robert Ruisseaux
Elegy On The Death Of Sir James Hunter Blair
Elegy On The Late Miss Burnet Of Monboddo
Elegy On The Year 1788
Elegy On Willie Nicols Mare
Epigram Addressed To An Artist
Epigram At Brownhill Inn
Epigram At Roslin Inn
Epigram On A Country Laird Not Quite So Wise As Solomon
Epigram On A Henpecked Country Squire
Epigram On Francis Grose The Antiquary
Epigram On Miss Davies
Epigram On Mr James Gracie
Epigram On Parting With A Kind Host In The Highlands
Epigram On Rough Roads
Epigram On Seeing Miss Fontenelle In A Favourite Character
Epigram On The Laird Of Laggan
Epigram On The Said Occasion
Epigram To Miss Ainslie In Church
Epigram To Miss Jean Scott
Epigrams Against The Earl Of Galloway
Epistle From Esopus To Maria
Epistle To A Young Friend
Epistle To Colonel De Peyster
Epistle To Davie A Brother Poet
Epistle To Dr Blacklock Ellisland 21st Oct 1789
Epistle To Hugh Parker
Epistle To J Lapraik An Old Scottish Bard
Epistle To James Smith
Epistle To James Tennant Of Glenconner
Epistle To John Goldie
Epistle To John Maxwell Esq Of Terraughty On His Birthday
Epistle To John Rankine Enclosing Some Poems
Epistle To Major Logan
Epistle To Mrs Scott Gudewife
Epistle To Robert Graham Esq
Epistle To The Rev John Mmath
Epitaph For Gavin Hamilton Esq
Epitaph For James Smith
Epitaph For Mr Gabriel Richardson
Epitaph For Mr W Cruikshank
Epitaph For Mr Walter Riddell
Epitaph For Mr William Michie Schoolmaster Of Cleish Parish Fifeshire
Epitaph For Robert Aiken Esq
Epitaph For William Nicol Of The High School Edinburgh
Epitaph On A Lap Dog Named Echo
Epitaph On A Noted Coxcomb Capt Wm Roddirk Of Corbiston
Epitaph On Holy Willie
Epitaph On John Dove Innkeeper
Epitaph On John Rankine
Epitaph On Wee Johnie Hic Jacet Wee Johnie
Epitaph On Wm Hood Senr In Tarbolton
Esteem For Chloris
Extemporaneous Effusion On Being Appointed To An Excise Division
Extempore In The Court Of Session
Extempore On Some Commemorations Of Thomson
Extempore Reply To An Invitation
Fair Fa Your Honest Sonsie Face
Fair Is The Morn In Flowry May
Fairest Maid On Devon Banks
Fareweel To A Our Scottish Fame
Farewell Song To The Banks Of Ay
Farewell Thou Fair Day Thou Green Earth
Farewell Thou Stream That Winding Flows
Farewell Thou Stream
Farewell To Ballochmyle
Farewell To Eliza
Farewell To The Highlands Farewell To The North
Fickle Fortune Fragment
First Six Verses Of The Ninetieth Psalm Versified The
First When Maggie Was My Care
For A That An A That
For A That
For The Sake O Somebody
Forlorn My Love No Comfort Near
Frae The Friends And Land I Love
Fragment Of Song
From Thee Eliza I Must Go
Fy Let Us A To Kirkcudbright
Gane Is The Day And Mirks The Night
Gat Ye Me O Gat Ye Me
Go Fetch To Me A Pint O Wine
Go On Sweet Bird And Sooth My Care
Grace After Meat
Grace Before And After Meat
Green Grow The Rashes A Fragment
Green Grow The Rashes
Green Sleeves And Tartan Ties
Gude Ale Keeps The Heart Aboon
Gudewife Count The Lawin
Gudwife When Your Gudemans Frae Hame
Had I A Cave On Some Wild Distant Shore
Had I A Cave
Had I The Wyte Had I The Wyte
Had I The Wyte She Bade Me
Handsome Nell 1
Hee Balou My Sweet Wee Donald
Her Answer
Her Daddie Forbad Her Minnie Forbad
Here Awa There Awa Wandering Willie
Here Is The Glen And Here The Bower
Heres A Health To Ane I Loe Dear
Heres A Health To Them Thats Awa
Heres His Health In Water
Heres To Thy Health My Bonie Lass
Heres To Thy Health
Hey Ca Thro Boat Song
Hey The Dusty Miller
Highland Harry Back Again
Highland Mary
Holy Willies Prayer
Hoo Can I Keep My Maidenheid
How Can My Poor Heart Be Glad
How Cruel Are The Parents Altered From An Old English Song
How Cruel Are The Parents
How Lang And Dreary Is The Night
How Long And Dreary Is The Night
How Pleasant The Banks Of The Clear Winding Devon
Husband Husband Cease Your Strife
I Coft A Stane O Haslock Woo
I Do Confess Thou Art Sae Fair Alteration Of An Old Poem
I Do Confess Thou Art Sae Fair
I Dreamd I Lay Where Flowers Were Springing
I Dreamd I Lay
I Gaed A Waefu Gate Yestreen
I Gaed Up To Dunse
I Hae A Wife O My Ain
I Hae A Wife Of My Ain
I Hae Been At Crookieden
I Love My Love In Secret
I Murder Hate By Flood Or Field
I Murder Hate
I Reign In Jeanies Bosom
I Sing Of A Whistle A Whistle Of Worth
Ill Aye Ca In By Yon Town
Ill Go And Be A Sodger
Ill Meet Thee On The Lea Rig
Im Oer Young Im Oer Young
Im Oer Young To Marry Yet
Impromptu Lines To Captain Riddell On Returning A Newspaper
Impromptu On Carron Iron Works
Impromptu On General Dumouriers Desertion From The French Republican Army
In Comin By The Brig O Dye
In Simmer When The Hay Was Mawn
In The Character Of A Ruined Farmer
In The Prospect Of Death
Inconstancy In Love
Inscribed On A Work Of Hannah Mores
Inscription At Friars Carse Hermitage
Inscription For An Altar Of Independence At Kerroughtree
Inscription For The Headstone Of Fergusson The Poet
Inscription To Miss Graham Of Fintry
Inscription To Miss Jessy Lewars On A Copy Of The Scots Musical Museum
Inscription Written On The Blank Leaf Of A Copy Of The Last Edition Of My Poems
Is There For Honest Poverty
It Is Na Jean Thy Bonie Face
It Was A For Our Rightfu King
It Was In Sweet Senegal That My Foes Did Me Enthral
It Was The Charming Month Of May
It Was Upon A Lammas Night
Ithers Seek They Ken Na What
Jamie Come Try Me
Jerusalem Tavern Dumfries Inscription On A Goblet
Jockeys Taen The Parting Kiss
John Anderson My Jo
John Barleycorn A Ballad
Johnie Lad Cock Up Your Beaver
Kellyburn Braes
Kirk And State Excisemen
Lady Mary Ann
Lady Onlie Honest Lucky
Lament For James Earl Of Glencairn
Lament Of Mary Queen Of Scots On The Approach Of Spring
Landlady Count The Lawin
Lass Of Cessnock Banks The 1
Lassie Wi The Lint White Locks
Lassie Withe Lint White Locks
Last May A Braw Wooer Cam Doun The Lang Glen
Leezie Lindsay Fragment
Let Not Woman Eer Complain
Lines Inscribed In A Ladys Pocket Almanac
Lines On Fergusson The Poet
Lines On Meeting With Lord Daer
Lines On The Authors Death
Lines On The Commemoration Of Rodneys Victory
Lines On The Fall Of Fyers Near Loch Ness
Lines Sent To Sir John Whiteford Bart
Lines To A Gentleman
Lines To An Old Sweetheart
Lines To John Mmurdo Esq Of Drumlanrig
Lines To Mr John Kennedy
Lines Written In Friars Carse Hermitage
Lines Written On A Banknote
Lines Written Under The Picture Of The Celebrated Miss Burns
Logan Braes
Long Long The Night
Lord Gregory
Loud Blaw The Frosty Breezes
Louis What Reck I By Thee
Love For Love
Love In The Guise Of Friendship
Lovely Polly Stewart
Lovely Young Jessie
Mallys Meek Mallys Sweet
Man Was Made To Mourn A Dirge
Mark Yonder Pomp Of Costly Fashion
Mary Morison
Masonic Song
Meg O The Mill Another Version
Meg O The Mill
Merry Hae I Been Teethin A Heckle
Monody On A Lady Famed For Her Caprice
Montgomeries Peggy
Motto Prefixed To The Authors First Publication
Mphersons Farewell
Mr William Smellie A Sketch
Musing On The Roaring Ocean
My Bonie Bell
My Bonie Laddie Highland Laddie
My Bonie Mary
My Collier Laddie
My Eppie Adair
My Eppie Macnab
My Father Was A Farmer Upon The Carrick Border O
My Father Was A Farmer
My Girl Shes Airy Fragment
My Girl Shes Airy Shes Buxom And Gay
My Harry Was A Gallant Gay
My Heart Is A Breaking Dear Tittie
My Heart Is Sair I Dare Na Tell
My Heart Is Wae And Unco Wae
My Hearts In The Highlands
My Highland Lassie O
My Hoggie
My Lord A Hunting
My Love Shes But A Lassie Yet
My Nanie O
My Nanies Awa
My Native Land Sae Far Awa
My Peggys Charms
My Peggys Face My Peggys Form
My Sandy Gied To Me A Ring
My Spouse Nancy
My Tochers The Jewel
My Wifes A Winsome Wee Thing
Nae Gentle Dames Tho Eer Sae Fair
Natures Law A Poem Humbly Inscribed To Gavin Hamilton
News Lassies News
Nithsdales Welcome Hame
No Churchman Am I For To Rail And To Write
No Churchman Am I
Now In Her Green Mantle Blythe Nature Arrays
Now Rosy May Comes In Wi Flowers
Now Spring Has Clad The Grove In Green
O Steer Her Up, An' Haud Her Gaun
O Aye My Wife She Dang Me
O Bonie Was Yon Rosy Brier
O Cam Ye Here The Fight To Shun
O Can Ye Labour Lea
O Can Ye Labour Lea Young Man
O Dear Minny What Shall I Do
O For Ane An Twenty Tam
O Gie The Lass Her Fairin Lad
O Gude Ale Comes And Gude Ale Goes
O How Can I Be Blythe And Glad
O How Shall I Unskilfu Try
O I Forbid You Maidens A
O John Come Kiss Me Now Now Now
O Ken Ye What Meg O The Mill Has Gotten
O Kenmures On And Awa Willie
O Lady Mary Ann Looks Oer The Castle Wa
O Lassie Are Ye Sleepin Yet
O Lay Thy Loof In Mine Lass
O Leave Novels
O Leeze Me On My Spinnin Wheel
O Let Me In Thes Ae Night
O Logan Sweetly Didst Thou Glide
O Lovely Polly Stewart
O Luve Will Venture In Where It Daur Na Weel Be Seen
O Mary At Thy Window Be
O May Thy Morn Was Neer So Sweet
O May Thy Morn
O Meikle Thinks My Luve O My Beauty
O Merry Hae I Been Teethin A Heckle
O Mirk Mirk Is This Midnight Hour
O Mount And Go
O My Luves Like A Red Red Rose
O Philly Happy Be That Day
O Poortith Cauld And Restless Love
O Raging Fortunes Withering Blast
O Rattlin Roarin Willie
O Sad And Heavy Should I Part
O Saw Ye Bonie Lesley
O Saw Ye My Dear My Philly
O Saw Ye My Dearie My Eppie Macnab
O Stay Sweet Warbling Woodlark Stay
O Steer Her Up An Haud Her Gaun
O That I Had Neer Been Married
O That I Were Where Helen Lies
O Thats The Lassie O My Heart
O Thou Dread Power
O Tibbie I Hae Seen The Day
O Wat Ye Wha That Loes Me
O Wat Ye Whas In Yon Town
O Were I On Parnassus Hill
O Were My Love Yon Lilac Fair
O Wert Thou In The Cauld Blast
O Wha My Babie Clouts Will Buy
O Wha Will To Saint Stephens House
O When She Cam Ben She Bobbed Fu Law
O Where Hae Ye Been Lord Ronald My Son
O Whistle An Ill Come To Ye My Lad
O Willie Brewd A Peck O Maut
O Wilt Thou Go Wi Me Sweet Tibbie Dunbar
Ode For General Washingtons Birthday
Ode On The Departed Regency Bill
Ode Sacred To The Memory Of Mrs Oswald Of Auchencruive
Of A The Airts The Wind Can Blaw
Oh Open The Door Some Pity To Shew
On A Bank Of Flowers In A Summer Day
On A Bank Of Flowers
On A Henpecked Country Squire
On A Noisy Polemic
On A Scotch Bard Gone To The West Indies
On A Suicide
On A Swearing Coxcomb
On An Innkeeper Nicknamed The Marquis
On Andrew Turner
On Being Shewn A Beautiful Country Sea
On Capt Lascelles
On Cessnock Banks A Lassie Dwells
On Chloris Being Ill
On Chloris Requesting Me To Give Her A Spring Of Blossomed Thorn
On Commissary Goldies Brains
On Elphinstones Translation Of Martials Epigrams
On Glenriddells Fox Breaking His Chain A Fragment
On Hearing It Asserted Falsehood Is Expressed In The Rev Dr Babingtons Very Looks
On James Grieve Laird Of Boghead Tarbolton
On John Bushby Esq Tinwald Downs
On Mrs Riddells Birthday
On My Ever Honoured Father
On My Own Friend And My Fathers Friend Wm Muir In Tarbolton Mill
On Politics
On Scaring Some Water Fowl In Loch Turit
On Seeing Mrs Kemble In Yarico
On Sensibility Fragment
On Tam The Chapman
On The Birth Of A Posthumous Child
On The Death Of John Mleod Esq
On The Death Of Robert Dundas Esq
On The Late Captain Groses Peregrinations
On The Seas And Far Away
On Wm Graham Esq Of Mossknowe
Once I Lovd A Bonie Lass
One Night As I Did Wander
Open The Door To Me Oh
Orthodox Orthodox Who Believe In John Knox
Our Thrissles Flourishd Fresh And Fair
Out Over The Forth I Look To The North
Out Over The Forth
Paraphrase Of The First Psalm
Pegasus At Wanlockhead
Phillis The Fair
Phillis The Queen O The Fair
Philly And Willy
Pinned To Mrs Walter Riddells Carriage
Ploughmans Life The
Poem On Pastoral Poetry
Poem On Sensibility
Poor Mailies Elegy
Poortith Cauld And Restless Love
Presentation Stanzas To Correspondents
Pretty Peg
Prologue Spoken At The Theatre Of Dumfries
Prologue Spoken By Mr Woods On His Benefit Night Monday 16th April 1787
Raging Fortune
Rantin Rovin Robin
Rattlin Roarin Willie
Raving Winds Around Her Blowing
Remorse Fragment
Remorseful Apology
Reply To A Trimming Epistle Received From A Tailor
Reply To An Announcement By J Rankine
Robert Bruces March To Bannockburn
Robin Shure In Hairst
Ronalds Of The Bennals The
Roseberry To His Lady Says
Sae Flaxen Were Her Ringlets
Sappho Redivivus Fragment
Saw Ye Bonie Lesley
Saw Ye My Dear My Philly
Scotch Drink
Scots Prologue For Mr Sutherland On His Benefit Night At The Theatre Dumfries
Scots Wha Hae Wi Wallace Bled
Scroggam My Dearie
Second Epistle To Davie A Brother Poet
Second Epistle To J Lapraik
Second Epistle To Robert Graham Esq Of Fintry
She Is A Winsome Wee Thing
She Says She Loes Me Best Of A
Shes Fair And Fause That Causes My Smart
Shes Fair And Fause
Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot
Sic A Wife As Willie Had
Sing Hey My Braw John Highlandman
Sketch New Years Day (1790) To Mrs Dunlop
Sketch In Verse Inscribed To The Right Hon C J Fox
Sleepst Thou Or Wakst Thou Fairest Creature
Song Composed In August
Song Inscribed To Alexander Cunningham
Sonnet On Receiving A Favour Addressed To Robert Graham Esq Of Fintry
Sonnet On The Death Of Robert Riddell Of Glenriddell And Friars Carse
Sonnet Written On The Authors Birthday On Hearing A Thrush Sing In His Morning Walk
Stanzas On Naething Extempore Epistle To Gavin Hamilton Esq
Stanzas On The Same Occasion (prospect Of Death)
Stay My Charmer Can You Leave Me
Stay My Charmer
Strathallans Lament
Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation
Sweet Afton
Sweet Closes The Evning On Craigieburn Wood
Sweet Tibbie Dunbar
Sylvander To Clarinda
Talk Of Him Thats Far Awa
Tam Glen
Tam O Shanter A Tale
Tam Samsons Elegy
Tarbolton Lasses The
Thanksgiving For A National Victory
The Auld Farmers New Year Morning Salutation To His Auld Mare Maggie
The Authors Earnest Cry And Praye
The Bairns Gat Out Wi An Unco Shout
The Banks O Doon First Version
The Banks O Doon Second Version
The Banks O Doon Third Version
The Banks Of Nith
The Banks Of The Devon
The Bard At Inverary
The Battle Of Sherramuir
The Belles Of Mauchline
The Birks Of Aberfeldy
The Blude Red Rose At Yule May Blaw
The Bonie Lad Thats Far Awa
The Bonie Lass Of Albany
The Bonie Moor Hen
The Bonie Wee Thing
The Bonniest Lass That Ye Meet Neist
The Book Worms
The Braes O Killiecrankie
The Braw Wooer
The Brigs Of Ayr Inscribed To John Ballantine Esq Ayr
The Calf To The Rev James Steven On His Text Malachi Ch Iv Vers 2 And Ye
The Campbells Are Comin Oho Oho
The Captains Lady
The Captive Ribband
The Cardin Ot The Spinnin Ot
The Charming Month Of May
The Charms Of Lovely Davies
The Chevaliers Lament
The Cooper O Cuddy
The Cotters Saturday Night Inscribed To R Aiken Esq Of Ayr
The Country Lass
The Day Returns My Bosom Burns
The Day Returns
The Dean Of Faculty A New Ballad
The Deil Cam Fiddlin Thro The Town
The Deils Awa Wi The Exciseman
The Deuks Dang Oer My Daddie
The Epitaph
The Fall Of The Leaf
The Farewell To The Brethren Of St James Lodge Tarbolton
The Farewell
The Fete Champetre
The Five Carlins An Election Ballad
The Flowery Banks Of Cree
The Gallant Weaver
The Gardner Wi His Paidle
The Gloomy Night Is Gathring Fast
The Gowden Locks Of Anna
The Heather Was Blooming The Meadows Were Mawn
The Henpecked Husband
The Highland Balou
The Highland Widows Lament
The Holy Fair
The Humble Petition Of Bruar Water To The Noble Duke Of Athole
The Inventory In Answer To A Mandate By The Surveyor Of The Taxes
The Jolly Beggars A Cantata
The Keekin Glass
The Kirk Of Scotlands Alarm
The Lad They Cajumpin John
The Laddies By The Banks O Nith
The Laddies Dear Sel
The Lament Occasioned By The Unfortunate Issue Of A Friends Amour
The Lass O Ballochmyle
The Lass O Ecclefechan
The Lass That Made The Bed To Me
The Last Time I Came Oer The Moor
The Lazy Mist Hangs From The Brow Of The Hill
The Libellers Self Reproof
The Lovely Lass O Inverness
The Lovers Morning Salute To His Mistress
The Mauchline Lady Fragment
The Minstrel At Lincluden
The Modiewark Has Done Me Ill
The Night Was Still And Oer The Hill
The Noble Maxwells And Their Powers
The Ordination For Sense They Little Owe To Frugal Heavn
The Parting Kiss
The Poets Progress A Poem In Embryo
The Poets Reply To The Threat Of A Censorious Critic
The Posie
The Rantin Dog The Daddie Ot
The Raptures Of Folly
The Rights Of Woman An Occasional Address
The Rigs O Barley
The Robin To The Wrens Nest
The Slaves Lament
The Small Birds Rejoice In The Green Leaves Returning
The Smiling Spring Comes In Rejoicing
The Soldiers Return
The Solemn League And Covenant
The Song Of Death
The Sun He Is Sunk In The West
The Tear Drop
The Thames Flows Proudly To The Sea
The Toadeater
The Trogger Heron Election Ballad No Iv
The True Loyal Natives
The Twa Dogs A Tale
The Twa Herds
The Vision
The Weary Pund O Tow
The Weary Pund The Weary Pund
The Whistle A Ballad
The Winter It Is Past
The Winter Of Life
The Wounded Hare
The Wrens Nest Fragment
The Young Highland Rover
Their Groves O Sweet Myrtle Let Foreign Lands Reckon
Their Groves Osweet Myrtle
Theniel Menzies Bonie Mary
There Lived A Carl In Kellyburn Braes
There Was A Bonie Lass And A Bonie Bonie Lass
There Was A Bonie Lass
There Was A Lad Was Born In Kyle
There Was A Lass And She Was Fair
There Was A Wife Wonnd In Cockpen
There Was Five Carlins In The South
There Was Once A Day But Old Time Was Then Young
There Was Three Kings Into The East
Therell Never Be Peace Till Jamie Comes Hame
Theres A Youth In This City It Were A Great Pity
Theres Auld Rob Morris That Wons In Yon Glen
Theres Nane Thats Blest Of Human Kind
Theres News Lassies News
These Verses On Miss Isabella Mleod Of Raza
Thine Am I My Faithful Fair
Third Epistle To J Lapraik
This Is No My Ain Lassie
Tho Cruel Fate Should Bid Us Part
Thomsons Edward And Eleanora
Thou Fair Eliza
Thou Gloomy December
Thou Hast Left Me Ever Jamie
Thou Lingring Star With Lessening Ray
To A Louse
To A Mountain Daisy
To A Mouse On Turning Her Up In Her Nest With The Plough
To Alex Cunningham Esq
To Daunton Me
To Dr Maxwell On Miss Jessy Staigs Recovery
To Gavin Hamilton Esq Mauchline Recommending A Boy
To John Kennedy Dumfries House
To Mary In Heaven
To Miss Cruickshank A Very Young Lady
To Miss Ferrier
To Miss Logan
To Mr Madam Of Craigen Gillan
To Ruin
To The Beautiful Miss Eliza J N
To The Weavers Gin Ye Go
Tragic Fragment
True Hearted Was He The Sad Swain O The Yarrow
Twas Even The Dewy Fields Were Green
Twas In The Seventeen Hunder Year
Twas Na Her Bonie Blue Ee
Twas On A Monday Morning
Under The Pressure Of Violent Anguish
Up In The Morning Early
Up Wi The Carls O Dysart
Verses Intended To Be Written Below A Noble Earls Picture
Verses On Captain Grose
Verses On The Destruction Of The Woods Near Drumlanrig
Verses To Clarinda Sent With A Pair Of Wine Glasses
Verses To Collector Mitchell
Verses Written With A Pencil
Versicles On Sign Posts
Versified Note To Dr Mackenzie Mauchline
Versified Reply To An Invitation
Wae Is My Heart And The Tears In My Ee
Wandering Willie First Version
Wandering Willie Revised Version
Wee Willie Gray And His Leather Wallet
Wee Willie Gray
Well Hide The Cooper Behint The Door
Wha Is That At My Bower Door
Wha Will Buy My Troggin Fine Election Ware
Whare Live Ye My Bonie Lass
What Can A Young Lassie Do Wi An Auld Man
What Can A Young Lassie What Shall A Young Lassie
What Will I Do Gin My Hoggie Die
When First My Brave Johnie Lad Came To This Town
When Guilford Good Our Pilot Stood
When Oer The Hill The Eastern Star
When Princes And Prelates
When Rosy May Comes In Wi Flowers
When She Cam Ben She Bobbed
When Wild Wars Deadly Blast Was Blawn
Where Are The Joys I Have Met
Where Are The Joys I Have Met In The Morning
While Larks With Little Wing
Whistle And Ill Come To You My Lad
Whistle Oer The Lave Ot
Whom Will You Send To London Town
Why Why Tell The Lover Fragment
Why Why Tell Thy Lover
Wi Braw New Branks In Mickle Pride
Will Ye Go To The Hielands Leezie Lindsay
Will Ye Go To The Indies My Mary
Will Ye Go To The Indies My Mary
Willie Brewd A Peck O Maut
Willie Chalmers
Willie Wastle Dwalt On Tweed
Wilt Thou Be My Dearie
Winter A Dirge
Written By Somebody On The Window Of An Inn At Stirling
Written In Friars Carse Hermitage On Nithside
Ye Jacobites By Name Lend An Ear
Ye Jacobites By Name
Ye Sons Of Old Killie Assembled By Willie
Yestreen I Had A Pint O Wine
Yon Wandering Rill That Marks The Hill
Yon Wild Mossy Mountains Sae Lofty And Wide
Yon Wild Mossy Mountains
Young Jamie Pride Of A The Plain
Young Jockie Was The Blythest Lad
Young Peggy Blooms Our Boniest Lass
Young Peggy Blooms
Your Friendship Much Can Make Me Blest
Youre Welcome Willie Stewart

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