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  1. Frae the friends and land I love [1]
  2. Such a parcel of rogues in a nation [1]
  3. The gowden locks of Anna
  4. The chevalier’s lament [1]
  5. John come kiss me now
  6. The deuks dang o’er my daddie [1]
  7. Awa whigs awa [1]
  8. Twas na her bonnie blue e’e
  9. Craigieburn wood
  10. The country lassie [1]
  11. Ye Jacobites by name
  12. The Braes of Killiecrankie
  13. The Birks of Aberfeldy [1]
  14. My highland lassie
  15. The rantin’ dog the daddie o’t
  16. Women’s minds
  17. My love she’s but a lassie yet
  18. I dream’d I lay where flowers were springing
  19. The young highland rover
  20. The Birks of Aberfeldy [2]
  21. Westlin winds [1]
  22. Westlin winds [2]
  23. The Tarbolton lasses
  24. Mary Morison
  25. Montgomerie’s Peggy
  26. Ah woe is me my mother dear
  27. Here’s to thy health [1]
  28. The lass of Cessnock Banks
  29. Bonnie Peggy Alison
  30. My Nanie O
  31. Rob Mossgiel
  32. The Mauchline lady
  33. Farewell to Ballochmyle [1]
  34. Wha is that at my bower door
  35. My highland lassie o
  36. On a Scotch bard gone to the West Indies
  37. Farewell to Eliza
  38. Farewell song to the banks of Ayr
  39. Yon wild and mossy mountains
  40. Farewell to the Brethren [1]
  41. Rantin’ roarin’ Willie
  42. Tam Samson’s elegy
  43. Masonic song
  44. The bonnie moorhen
  45. Bonnie Dundee
  46. Hey ca thro
  47. My lord a-hunting
  48. Strathallan’s lament
  49. To the memory of the unfortunate Miss Burns
  50. Mc Pherson’s farewell
  51. Stay my charmer
  52. I love my Jean
  53. I hae a wife O’ my ain
  54. Where braving angry Winter’s storms
  55. My Peggy’s charms
  56. A mother’s lament for the death of her son
  57. O were I on Parnassus Hill
  58. How long and dreary is the night [1]
  59. Dusty Miller
  60. Duncan Davison
  61. Blyth was she
  62. The Winter it is past
  63. To a blackbird
  64. Clarinda mistress of my soul
  65. The banks of Devon
  66. Theniel Menzies bonnie Mary
  67. Lady onlie honest lucky
  68. A rosebud by my early walk
  69. I’m o’er young to marry
  70. Talk of him that’s far awa
  71. The lad they ca Jumpin’ John
  72. The Fete Champetrie
  73. The day returns
  74. Anna thy charms
  75. The bonnie lad that’s far awa
  76. Verses to Clarinda
  77. Raving winds around her blowing
  78. My Hoggie
  79. The bonnie lass of Albany
  80. To Daunton me
  81. Up in the morning early
  82. To the weaver’s gin we go
  83. I reign in Jeanie’s bosom
  84. To Miss Cruickshank
  85. The gard’ner wi his paidle
  86. Delia, an ode
  87. The henpeck’d husband
  88. Beware o’ Bonnie Ann [1]
  89. Robin shure in hairst
  90. The banks of Nith
  91. I love my love in secret
  92. The fall of the leaf
  93. Versicles on signposts
  94. The Captains Lady
  95. Young Jockie was the blythest lad
  96. Jamie come try me
  97. On a bank of flowers
  98. Sweet Tibbie Dunbar
  99. Ode
  100. It is na Jean thy bonnie face
  101. Guidwife count the lawin
  102. A Waukrife Minnie
  103. The five carlins
  104. The charms of Lovely Davies [1]
  105. Whistle o’er the lave o’t [1]
  106. The laddie’s dear sel [1]
  107. On the birth of a posthumous child [1]
  108. Election ballad for Westerha
  109. The banks o’ Doon [1]
  110. On the late Captain Grose’s peregrinations
  111. Bonnie wee thing
  112. Highland Harry back again
  113. To Mary in heaven
  114. The Battle of Sherramuir
  115. Eppie Adair
  116. Carl and the King come
  117. Willie brew’d a peck o’ maut
  118. Out over the Forth
  119. Elegy on the late Miss Burnet of Monboddo [1]
  120. Lament of Mary Queen of Scots [1]
  121. Craigie burn
  122. Sonet on receiving a favour
  123. The blue eyed lassie
  124. Prologue spoken at the theatre of Dumfries
  125. Epistle to Dr Blacklock
  126. There’ll never be peace till Jamie comes hame [1]
  127. What can a young lassie do wi an auld man
  128. Thou fair Eliza
  129. My bonnie Bell [1]
  130. My collier laddie [1]
  131. My tocher’s the jewel
  132. Address to the shade of Thomson [1]
  133. You’re welcome Willie Stewart
  134. Oh for ane an twenty Tam [1]
  135. The posie [1]
  136. Lovely Polly Stewart
  137. A grace after dinner [1]
  138. O May thy morn
  139. Behold the hour [1]
  140. The gallant weaver [1]
  141. Nithsdale’s welcome hame [1]
  142. My native land sae far awa
  143. I do confess thou art sae fair [1]
  144. The slave’s lament
  145. On sensibility
  146. Thou gloomy December
  147. Behold the hour [2]
  148. The weary pund o’ tow [1]
  149. Cock up your beaver
  150. Grace before dinner, extempore [1]
  151. When she cam ben
  152. Scroggam my dearie
  153. Epistle to John Maxwell [1]
  154. Eppie Macnab
  155. Ae Fond Kiss
  156. Sweet Afton [1]
  157. Sweet Afton [2]
  158. I hae been at Crookieden
  159. O Kenmure s on and awa Willie
  160. Kellyburn Braes [1]
  161. Lines on Fergusson the Poet
  162. Johnie Blunt
  163. O can ye labour lea [1]
  164. When first I saw
  165. Where Helen lies [1]
  166. The tailor
  167. The primrose
  168. We’re a noddin
  169. As I cam down by yon castle wa
  170. As I went out ae May morning [1]
  171. There grows a bonnie brier bush
  172. O dear Minny, what shall I do
  173. Galloway Tam
  174. As I came o’er the Cairney Mount
  175. Broom besoms
  176. O an ye were dead giudman
  177. On marriage [1]
  178. The white cockade
  179. A tippling ballad
  180. The German lairdie
  181. Highland laddie
  182. The Wren’s Nest
  183. The Taylor fell thro’ the bed
  184. The rowin’t in her apron
  185. Geordie – An old Ballad
  186. Cauld Frosty Morning
  187. The Ploughman_1
  188. The Ploughman_2
  189. To Miss Isabella MacLeod [1]
  190. O’er the Water to Charlie [1]
  191. The Rantin Laddie
  192. The Shepherd’s Wife [1]
  193. To Capt Gordon
  194. As I was a wand’ring [1]
  195. The Reel O’ Stumpie
  196. Aye Waukin O
  197. Open the door to me oh [1]
  198. My Wife’s a wanton wee thing
  199. Lord Gregory [1]
  200. Highland Mary [1]
  201. Highland Mary [2]
  202. Lord Ronald My Son [1]
  203. Guid Wallace
  204. Bessy and her spinning wheel [1]
  205. Saw ye Bonnie Lesley
  206. Up and warn a’ Willie
  207. The deil’s awa wi the exciseman
  208. The soldier’s return [1]
  209. Fragment of song
  210. I’ll meet thee on the lea rig [1]
  211. O poortith cauld and restless love [1]
  212. The hue and cry for John Lewars [1]
  213. Here’s a health to them that’s awa
  214. The Mauchine wedding [1]
  215. The Mauchine wedding [2]
  216. Where Helen lies [2]
  217. My wife’s a winsome wee thing [1]
  218. To William Stewart [1]
  219. The Bob o’ Dumblane [1]
  220. Duncan Gray [1]
  221. Young Jessie [1]
  222. The tree of liberty [1]
  223. Braw lads o’ Galla Water [1]
  224. Love for love [1]
  225. Landlady count the lawnin [1]
  226. The rights of woman
  227. Meg o’ the mill [1]
  228. Wandering Willie
  229. Mr Pitt’s hair powder tax [1]
  230. Sonnet-on hearing a thrush [1]
  231. Whistle owre the lave o’t [2]
  232. Auld Rob Morris [1]
  233. The Campbells are comin
  234. Meg o’ the mill [2]
  235. Recitavito
  236. As I stood on yon roofless tower
  237. Dainty Davie
  238. Come let me take thee to my breast
  239. Young Jamie pride of a the plain
  240. O were my love yon lilac fair
  241. My spouse Nancy
  242. Bonnie Jean
  243. Tibbie Fowler
  244. Sweetest May
  245. Amang the trees
  246. Murder I hate
  247. By Allan stream
  248. The winter of life
  249. Behold my love how green the groves
  250. The charming month of May
  251. Guid ale keeps the heart aboon [1]
  252. The primrose [2]
  253. On the seas and far away
  254. Epigram against the Earl of Galloway
  255. To a gentleman whom he had offended
  256. Banks of Cree
  257. Monody on Maria
  258. Wee Willie Gray
  259. The lovely lass o Inverness
  260. O steer her up an’ haud her gaun [2]
  261. Ah Chloris
  262. Lassie wi the lint white locks
  263. How lang and dreary is the night [2]
  264. The lass o’ Ecclefechan [1]
  265. Pretty Peg
  266. Willt thou be my dearie
  267. Deluded swain the pleasure
  268. Sonnet on the death of Robert Riddell
  269. Lines written on a copy of Thomson’s songs
  270. Logan braes [1]
  271. She says she lo’es me best of a’
  272. Epigaram on Maria Riddell
  273. O lassie art thou sleeping yet
  274. Contented wi little
  275. Her answer
  276. Farewell thou stream
  277. A red red rose
  278. Kirk and state excisemen
  279. Grace before and after meat
  280. Where are the joys I have met
  281. On General Dumourier’s desertion
  282. Epistle from Esopus to Maria
  283. Down the burn Davie
  284. Charlie he’s my darling
  285. Inconstancy in love
  286. Saw ye my dearie my Philly
  287. O aye my wife she dang me
  288. Bonnie Peg-a-Ramsay
  289. Blythe hae I been
  290. For the sake o’somebody
  291. A man’s a man for a’ that [1]
  292. A man’s a man for a’ that [2]
  293. A man’s a man for a’ that [3]
  294. Thou hast left me ever Jamie [1]
  295. Thou hast left me ever Jamie [2]
  296. Lassie lie near me
  297. Had I a cave
  298. The highland widow’s lament
  299. The lover’s morning salute to his mistress
  300. On Andrew Turner
  301. Scots wha hae
  302. Phillis the fair
  303. The highland balou
  304. On a dog of Lord Eglinton’s
  305. The lass o’ Ecclefechan [2]

  1. Steer her up an’ haud her gaun [2]
  2. Guid ale keeps the heart aboon [2]
  3. It was a’ for our rightfu’ king
  4. Logan braes [2]
  5. Wae is my heart
  6. My Nannie’s awa
  7. Impromptu on Mrs Riddell’s birthday
  8. Thine am I my faithful fair
  9. Ode for General Washington’s birthday
  10. There was a bonnie lass
  11. O Philly, happy be that day
  12. Phillis, the queen o’ the fair
  13. Whistle, and I’ll come to you, my lad
  14. Epitaph on a lap dog
  15. Cans’t thou leave me thus, my Katie
  16. Bannocks o’ beremeal
  17. Lines on John McMurdo, esq
  18. To the beautiful Miss Eliza
  19. I’ll aye ca in by yon town
  20. Mally’s meek, Mally’s sweet
  21. Ballads on Mr Heron’s election, 1795
  22. Address to the woodlark [1]
  23. Does haughty gaul invasion threat [1]
  24. To miss Jessy Lewars
  25. Crowdie ever mair
  26. Fairest maid on Devon banks
  27. There’s news lasses news
  28. Ballad third John Bushby’s lamentation
  29. Jockey’s ta’en the parting kiss
  30. How cruel are the parents
  31. Heron election ballad fourth
  32. O wert thou in the cauld blast
  33. On Chloris being ill
  34. O wat ye wha’s in yon town
  35. O bonnie was yon rosy brier
  36. Hey for a lass wi’ a tocher
  37. The toast [1]
  38. Forlorn my love no comfort near
  39. Had I the wyte, she bade me
  40. O lay thy loof in mine lass
  41. Now spring has clad the grove in green
  42. Does haughty gaul invasion threat [2]
  43. Ballad second-election day
  44. Poetic inscription for an altar of indepencence
  45. The cooper o’ Cuddie
  46. This is no my ain lassie
  47. The lass that made the bed to me [1]
  48. The cardin o’t the spinnin o’t
  49. To Chloris
  50. The braw wooer
  51. The dean of faculty-a new ballad
  52. The lass that made the bed to me [2]
  53. The menagerie
  54. O’ that’s the lassie o’ my heart
  55. Why why tell thy lover
  56. Address to the woodlark [2]
  57. Mark yonder pomp of costly fashion
  58. The Collector Mitchell
  59. Their groves o sweet myrtle
  60. Poem on life
  61. Here’s a health to ane I loe dear
  62. Handsome Nell [1] a
  63. Handsome Nell [1] b
  64. Handsome Nell [2]
  65. O Tibbie I hae seen the day
  66. In the character of a ruined farmer
  67. Tragic fragment
  68. The Ronalds of the Bennals
  69. Here’s to thy health [2]
  70. Winter [1]
  71. Winter [2]
  72. A prayer under the pressure of of violent anguish
  73. Paraphrase of the first psalm
  74. Verses of the nineteenth psalm
  75. A prayer in the prospect of death
  76. Stanzas on the same occasion
  77. Fickle fortune
  78. Raging fortune
  79. I’ll go and be a sodger
  80. No churchman am I
  81. A stanza added in a Mason Lodge
  82. My father was a farmer
  83. John Barleycorn
  84. Poor Mailey’s Elegy
  85. The Rigs o’ barley [1]
  86. The Rigs o’ barley [2]
  87. Green grow the rashes o [1]
  88. Green grow the rashes o [2]
  89. Remorse A fragment
  90. Epitaph on James Grieve
  91. Epitaph on an innkeeper in Tarbolton
  92. Epitaph on William Hood
  93. Epitaph on William Muir
  94. The Selkirk Grace
  95. Epitaph on my ever honoured father
  96. Ballad on the American war
  97. Reply to an announcement by John Rankine
  98. Episle to John Rankine
  99. A poet’s welcome to his love begotten daughter
  100. My girl she’s airy
  101. The belles of Mauchline
  102. Epitaph on a noisy polemic
  103. Epitaph on a henpecked country squire
  104. Epigram on said occasion
  105. Queen Artemisia
  106. On Tam the Chapman
  107. Lines addressed to John Rankine
  108. Three lines to the same
  109. Man was made to mourn
  110. The twa herds or the holy tulyie
  111. Epistle to Davie a brother poet
  112. Epitaph on holy Willie
  113. Death and Doctor Hornbook
  114. Epistle to John Lapraik
  115. Second Epistle to John Lapraik
  116. Postcript
  117. One night as I did wander
  118. Tho’ cruel fate should bid us part
  119. Rantin’ rovin’ Robin [1]
  120. Rantin’ rovin’ Robin [2]
  121. Elegy on the death of Robert Ruisseaux
  122. Epistle to John Goldie Kilmarnock
  123. Third Epistle to John Lapraik
  124. To the Rev John McMath
  125. Second Epistle to Davie
  126. Young Peggy blooms
  127. Farewell to Ballochmyle [2]
  128. Her flowing locks
  129. Halloween
  130. To a mouse
  131. Epitaph on John Dove, Innkeeper
  132. Epitaph for James Smith, a Mauchline wag
  133. Adam Armour’s prayer
  134. Love and liberty
  135. I am a son of mars
  136. He ended and the kebars sheuk
  137. I once was a maid
  138. Poor merry Andrew
  139. Sir Wisdom’s a fool
  140. Then niest outspak
  141. A highland lad
  142. A pigmy scraper
  143. Whistle o’er the lave o’t [3]
  144. Recitavito [2]
  145. My bonnie lass
  146. The caird prevail’d
  147. I am a bard of no regard
  148. So sang the bard
  149. See the smoking bowl
  150. Women’s minds [2]
  151. Merry hae I been teethin’ a heckle
  152. The Cotter’s Saturday night
  153. Address to the Deil
  154. Scotch drink
  155. The auld farmer’s New Year morning salutation to his auld mare Maggie
  156. The author’s earnest cry and prayer
  157. The ordination
  158. Epistle to James Smith
  159. The Vision (duan first)
  160. The Vision (duan second)
  161. Following the 18th stanza
  162. After 20th stanza of the text
  163. After 21st stanza of the text
  164. Address to the unco guid
  165. Here’s his health in water
  166. To John Kennedy
  167. To Mr McAdam
  168. To a louse
  169. Inscribed on a work of Hannah More’s
  170. The lass of Ballochmyle
  171. The holy fair
  172. Song composed in Spring
  173. To a mountain daisy
  174. To ruin
  175. The lament
  176. Despondency – an ode
  177. To Gavin Hamilton
  178. Versified reply to an invitation
  179. Will ye go to the Indies my Mary [1]
  180. Will ye go to the Indies my Mary [2]
  181. Epistle to a young friend
  182. A dream
  183. A dedication (fragment)
  184. To Dr Mackenzie Mauchline
  185. Farewell to the brethren [2]
  186. A Bard’s Epitaph
  187. For Robert Aiken Esq.
  188. For Gavin Hamilton Esq.
  189. On Wee Johnie
  190. A tale
  191. Now health forsakes – A fragment
  192. Farewell lines to Mr John Kennedy
  193. Lines to an old sweetheart
  194. Lines written on a banknote
  195. Stanzas on naething
  196. The farewell
  197. The calf
  198. Nature’s law
  199. On Willie Chalmers
  200. Answer to a trimming epistle received from a tailor
  201. The brigs of Ayr
  202. Prayer – O thou dread power
  203. Irvine’s bairns
  204. Farewell song to the banks of Ayr [2]
  205. Address to the toothache
  206. On dining with Lord Daer
  207. Masonic song [2]
  208. Tam Samson’s elegy [2]
  209. Epigram on rough roads
  210. Epistle to Major Logan
  211. Rusticity’s ungainly form
  212. A Winter night
  213. Address to Edinburgh
  214. Address to a haggis
  215. To Miss Logan
  216. Extempore in the court of session
  217. Inscription on the tomb of Fergusson the Poet
  218. Lines under the portrait of Fergusson
  219. Epistle to Mrs Scott
  220. Verses intended to be written below a noble Earl’s picture
  221. Prologue spoken by Mr Woods
  222. Impromptu at Roslin Inn
  223. Epigram addressed to an artist
  224. The bookworms
  225. On Elphinstone’s translation of Martial’s epigrams
  226. A bottle and a friend
  227. Lines written under Miss Burns picture
  228. Epitaph for William Nicol of The Hight School, Edinburgh
  229. Epitaph for Mr William Michie
  230. Address to William Tytler Esq of Woodhouselee
  231. To Miss Ainslie in Church
  232. Lament for the absence of William Creech, publisher
  233. To Mr Renton of Lamerton
  234. Epigram at Inverary
  235. Epigram to Miss Jean Scott
  236. On the death of John Macleod
  237. On the death of Sir James Hunter Blair
  238. To Miss Ferrier
  239. Impromptu on Carron iron works
  240. Written by somebody on the window
  241. The poet’s reply to the threat of a censorious critic
  242. The libeller’s self reproof
  243. Verses written with a pencil
  244. The humble petition of Bruar Water
  245. Lines on the fall of fyers near Loch Ness
  246. Epigram on parting with a kind host in the highlands
  247. Castle Gordon
  248. On scaring some water fowl in Loch Turit
  249. Birthday ode for December 1787
  250. On the death of Robert Dundas
  251. Sylvander to Clarinda
  252. Love In The Guise Of Friendship
  253. Epistle to Hugh Parker
  254. I love my Jean [2]
  255. I love my Jean [3]
  256. Written in Friars Carse Hermitage, Nithsdale (first version)
  257. Written in Friars Carse Hermitage, Nithsdale (second version)
  258. To Alex Cunningham [1]
  259. To Alex Cunningham [2]
  260. The Fete Champetre [2]
  261. Epistle to Robert Graham
  262. Auld Lang Syne
  263. My Bonnie Mary [1]
  264. My Bonnie Mary [2]
  265. My Bonnie Mary [3]
  266. Elegy on the year 1788 [1]
  267. Elegy on the year 1788 [2]
  268. Strophe
  269. Antistrophe
  270. Epode
  271. Pegasus at Wanlockhead
  272. Passion’s cry
  273. She’s fair and fause
  274. Impromptu lines to Captain Riddell
  275. Rhyming reply to a note from Captain Riddell
  276. Caledonia
  277. Beware o’ Bonnie Ann [2]
  278. Ode to the departed regency Bill
  279. Epistle to James Tennant of Glenconner
  280. A new psalm for the Chapel of Kilmarnock
  281. Sketch in verse
  282. The wounded hare [1]
  283. The wounded hare [2]
  284. The gard’ner wi’ his paidle [2]
  285. John Anderson My Jo
  286. Tam Glen
  287. The laddie dear sel [2]
  288. Whistle O’er the lave o’t [4]
  289. Epigram on Francis Grose the Antiquary
  290. Captain Grose’s peregrinations thro’ Scotland [2]
  291. The Kirk of Scotland’s Alarm
  292. Presentation stanzas to correspondents
  293. On being appointed to an excise division
  294. Sonnet on receiving a favour
  295. Willie brew’d a peck o’ maut [2]
  296. Ca’ the yowes to the knowes (first version) [1]
  297. Ca’ the yowes to the knowes (first version) [2

  1. Ca’ the yowes to the knowes (second version) [1]
  2. Ca’ the yowes to the knowes (second version) [2]
  3. The blue eyed lassie [2]
  4. The battle of Sherramuir [2]
  5. Awa whigs awa [2]
  6. A waukrife Minnie [2]
  7. My heart’s in the highlands
  8. The whistle
  9. To Mary in heaven [2]
  10. The five carlins [2]
  11. New Year’s day – a sketch
  12. Scots prologue for Mrs Sutherland
  13. To a gentleman
  14. Remonstrance on irregular delivery
  15. Elegy on Willie Nicol’s mare
  16. Guidwife count the lawin [2]
  17. Election Ballad
  18. Elegy on Captain Matthew Henderson
  19. The Epitaph
  20. Verses on Captain Grose
  21. On the birth of a posthumous child [2]
  22. Elegy on the late Miss Burnet of Monboddo [2]
  23. Lament on Mary Queen of Scots [2]
  24. Lament on Mary Queen of Scots [3]
  25. There’ll never be peace till Jamie comes hame [2]
  26. The Banks O’ Doon [2]
  27. Ye banks and braes
  28. Lament for James Earl of Glencairn
  29. Lines to Sir John Whiteford
  30. Epigram on Miss Davies
  31. The charms of lovely Davies [2]
  32. The posie [2]
  33. On Glenriddel’s fox breaking its chain
  34. On pastoral poetry
  35. The gallant weaver [2]
  36. Epigram at Brownhill Inn
  37. O for ane an’ twenty Tam [2]
  38. My Bonnie Bell [2]
  39. Address to the shade of Thomson [2]
  40. Nithsdale’s welcome hame [2]
  41. Frae the friends and land I love [2]
  42. Such a parcel of rogues in a nation [2]
  43. Epistle to John Maxwell [2]
  44. Third Epistle to Robert Graham
  45. The song of death
  46. The toadeater
  47. The toadeater (another version)
  48. The lamington Kirk
  49. The keekin’ glass
  50. A grace before dinner, extempore [2]
  51. A grace after dinner [2]
  52. Behold the hour [3]
  53. I do confess thou art sae fair [2]
  54. The weary pund o’ tow [2]
  55. My collier laddie [2]
  56. Sic a wife as Willie had
  57. Lady Mary Ann
  58. Kellyburn Braes [2]
  59. O can ye labour lea [2]
  60. The deuks dang o’er my daddie [2]
  61. The country lassie [2]
  62. Bessy and her spinning wheel [2]
  63. Love for love [2]
  64. I’ll meet thee on the lea rig [2]
  65. My wife’s a winsome wee thing [2]
  66. Highland Mary [3]
  67. Auld Rob Morris [2]
  68. Epigram on seeing Miss Fontenelle
  69. Extempore on some commemorations of Thomson [1]
  70. Extempore on some commemorations of Thomson [2]
  71. Duncan Gray [2]
  72. O poortith cauld and restless love [2]
  73. Braw lads o’ Galla Water [2]
  74. Sonnet on hearing a thrush [2]
  75. Lord Gregory [2]
  76. Open the door to me O [2]
  77. Young Jessie [2]
  78. The soldier’s return [2]
  79. Ye true loyal natives
  80. On commissary Goldie’s Brains
  81. Lines inscribed in a Lady’s pocket almanac
  82. A toast [2]
  83. Thanksgiving for a naval victory
  84. Globe Inn window-The greybeard
  85. Globe Inn window-I Murder hate
  86. Globe Inn window- My bottle
  87. Globe Inn window-In politics
  88. The Mauchlin wedding [3]
  89. The hue and cry of John Lewars [2]
  90. To Miss Isabella Macleod [2]
  91. To William Stewart [2]
  92. The tree of liberty [2]
  93. A sonnet upon sonnets [1]
  94. A sonnet upon sonnets [2]
  95. Sketch for an elegy
  96. The cares o’ love
  97. On Johnson’s opinion of Hampden
  98. At Whigham’s Inn Sanquhar [1]
  99. At Whigham’s Inn Sanquhar [2]
  100. On being told
  101. On an old acquaintance
  102. On James Swan
  103. On Edmund Burk
  104. On a lady of Amazonian Stature
  105. On William Copland of Collieston
  106. To the Dumfries loyal natives
  107. Epitaph for John Hunter
  108. Mr Pitt’s hair powder tax [2]
  109. To the Honourable Wm R Maule
  110. To Captain Gordon
  111. On Marriage [2]
  112. Elegy on William Cruikshank
  113. Epitaph on Robert Muir
  114. For Mr Walter Riddell
  115. Can you play me Duncan Gray
  116. The ploughman [3]
  117. Landlady count the lawin [2]
  118. O’er the water to Charlie [2]
  119. As I was a-wand’ring [2]
  120. The shepherd’s wife [2]
  121. Green sleeves
  122. I’ll mak you be fain to follow me
  123. The Bob O’ Dumblane [2]