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Dear is my little native vale
Deep in love, yes 'tis love!
Dried be that tear, my gentlest love!


16 Lady Morgan 447 Sheridan


Emblem of England's ancient faith,

note From "Waverley" 599

Faintly as tolls the evening chime,

note Moore

384 Fair dream of my slumber, sad thoughts of my waking W. Reader Far lone amang the highland hills,

Tannahill 439 Farewell! if ever fondestį prayer


142 Farewell, oh sweet hope! I have wept thee in sadness M. A. R. 299 For many a wistful hour to pity dear

note From his booth on the hill, the sad" shepherd retires Rovt. Glassford 175 From my slumber I woke at the dead hour of night

note J. Findlay

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Gie me a lass wi' a lump o’land
Gloomy winter's now awa'
Glowing with love, on fire for fame
Go, lovely rose!
Go round, my wheel, go round,

Ramsay 23

Tannahin SS3 From Paul's Letters" 431 note E. Waller 289 note Gott. Aug. Burder 440

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Happy the world in that blest age
Have you not seen the timid tear
Have you sailed on the hreast of the deep
Here beneath this willow sleepeth
Her hair was like the Cromla mist
Her kiss was soft and sweet
Here's to then that's awa

Here's to thy health, my bonny lass
How ardently my bosom glows
How eerily, how drearily, how wearily to pine
How green the fields, the flowers how fair note
How still is the night, and how deathlike the gloom

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1 come in the morn, I come in the hour note
I found the warrior on the piain
If that the world and love were young note
I have known what it was to be happy and gay
In Buttermere's woods and wilds among note
In summer when nature her mantle displays
In summer when the hay was mawn


097 Sir IV. Raleigh 415 James Yoot 109 R. Allan

32 John Sim

8 Burns

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In vain thou call'st for a mirthful smile

W. Reader 327 Isabelle! Isabelle ! hark to my soft lute

409 I saw from the beach when the morning was shining, Moore

65 I saw thee weep-the big bright tear


75 I saw thy form in youthful prime


51 Is there a man whose breast ne'er glow'd

171 Its filmy wing, of azure hue

359 It was Dunois, the young and brave, was bound for Palestine

note Fanny De Beauharnois 36L l've no sheep on the mountains, nor boat on the lake Joanna Baillie 69 I whispered her my last adieu

note Camoens


Mrs. Opie

Keen and cold is the blast loudly whistling around
Keen blaws the wind o'er the braes o' Gleniffer
Kenmure's on an' awa, Willie

note Know'st thou the land where stately laurels bloom

278 398 194 401

W. S.S.

Let every valiant son of Gaul

note Marquis de Paulmy 248 Let high Benledi rear its tap Let us go, lassie, go

Tannahill 391 Let us haste to Kelvin grove, bonnie lassie, 0,

John Sim 144 Light springs the pang, light passes by


245 Loud roar'd the tempest, the night was descending J. B.

25 Love under Friendship's vesture white


15 Love will not bloom where envy breathes


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Maiden, wrap thy mantle round thee
Maid of the cold suspicious heart
Mark'd you her eye of heavenly blue
Mary, why thus waste thy youth-time in sorrow
May heaven holpe the Mayde
Merrily every bosom boundeth

Mine be a cot beside the hill
Money inaks us bonny
My bonny black meer's dead
My cruel love to danger go
My father and mother now lie with the dead
My friend is the man I would copy thro' life
My dying Sire, in battle slain
My Harry was a gallant gay

note My heart is sair, I darena tell

wte My love can boast a sweeter flower My soul is dark-Oh! quickly string



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Nae mair we'll meet again, my love, by yon burnside John Sim
No glory I covet, no riches I want

note No, Mary, we can meet nae mair

note Not a drum was heard, nor a funeral note note Haily . Now clos'd for aye thy coal-black een

R. Anderson Now, Mary, now the struggle's o'er

John Sim Now spring has clad the grove in green

Burns . 76 Now the ruddy sun is setting

J. B. Now winter is gane and the clouds flee away

Hamilton and Tannahill 911




O beauty, peerless is thy glow
O cease, ye howling winds, to blow

J. B.
O check, my love, the falling tear

John Sim O cherub, Content, at thy moss-cover'd shrine

O fare ye weel, fair Cartha's side

John Sim
O for my awin Roy quod gude Wallas note
Oft in the stilly night

O Harp! that cheered my trembling limbs
Oh! bright rose the sun on the beautiful ocean

181 O heard you the Mermaid of the sea . R. Allan

310 O! heard you yon pibroch sound sad in the gale Campbeu S44 Oh ! holy be the sod . . note Oh! I hae lost my silken snood Oh, once there were minutes when light my heart beat R. Allan Oh! that the chemist's magic art • note Rogers Oh! weep not, sweet maid, though the bright tear of beauty .

Mary O! if you hae a heart to spare

James Yool 162 O I hae twin'd wi' meikle love

R. Allan

316 O laddie, can you leave me

Tannahill 261 0, lady, twine no wreath for me

Scott . 204 O meikle thinks my love of my beauty

Burns . On Albyn's mist-clad hills of grey

note C. M. T. M. 943 On blythsome mead at morn to stray .

R. Allan
O once I felt love, but I feel it no more .
Once in the flight of ages past

J. Montgomery 221 Once more, enchanting girl, adieu

On the dark forest side, an old minstrel sat playing J. B.
O poortith cauld, and restless love

O sleep not, Mosca, but wait for thy love

R. Allan slumber, my darling, thy sire is a knight . Terry






stop na, bonny bird, that strain O sweet is the calm dewy evening .


110 O! synge untoe mie roundelaie

note Chatterton 229 O thou hast seen the lily fair

John Sim

215 :0 Tibby I hae seen the day

Burns O turn from me those stars of light

379 Our father's brow was cold, his eye . note Our Lady sat in our good Lord's hall note

342 Our youth will fade as fades the flower note. John Sim

180 Ovir Castell and Towre, ovir Citie and Toune note O we aft hae met at e'en, bonny Peggy, O . John Sim

66 O weep not thus,-We both shall know

Camoens 374 0, wha's at my chamber door .

197 0, when again shall my eyes rove

note O, when shall I visit the land of my birth note J. Montgomery 365 O whistle and I'll come to you, my lad . Burns

142 O white foaming Rhaider, by thy roaring fall .. Mrs. Grant 213 0! who rides by night through the woodlands so wild


418 O Willie, weel I mind, I lent you my hand .






Peace, peace to the shades of those heroes who bled

• Prove false to thee, my love? ah! no

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Saw ye Johnnie comming, quo' she note
See in pride of summer growing

She is far from the land where her young hero sleeps
She's fair and fause that causes my smart •
She's gane to dwall in heaven, my lassie note
Silent and sad the minstrel sat
Sleep on and dream of heaven a-while
Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'er .
Son of the mighty and the free

note Soon as the sun, great ruler of the year note

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Spirits of love, who wander on

R. AUan Star of the brave!-whose beam hath shed

Byron Stay, glorious pageant, stay! it flies ! it fades !

W. Dimond
Stay, lady, stay, for mercy's sake

Mrs. Opic
Steer, hither steer your winged pines note Browne
Subdued by misfortunes, and bowed down with

Author of " Home
Summer comes, and in her train

note John Sim Sweet lady, look not thus again

Moore Sweet's the dew-deck'd rose in June

J. Goldie Sweet was yon note to fancy's ear

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Take, oh, take those lips away

That life's a faught there is nae doubt
Tell me where's the violet fled

The bell had toll'd the midnight hour
The boatswain's shrill whistle pip'd all hands ahoy
The cauld blasts o'winter blaw chill o'er the plain
The gale is high, the bark is light
The gloamin frae the welkin high
The health I once so much enjoy'd
The kiss, dear maid, thy lip has left
They lighted a taper at the dead hour of niglit
The Lord's Marie has kepp'd her locks note
The lovely Ellen was laid in her shroud
The midges dance aboon the burn

'The night-dew fell on a lovely rise
The old shepherd's dog, like his master, was

note The pearl of the fountain The primrose may blaw in the dawn o'the spring

note There is an hour of peaceful rest

There is, when day's last shadows fly
There's kames o' hinney 'tween my luve's lips note
There's none to soothe my soul to rest
The rose that blooms on yonder brier
The russet suit of camel's hair

note The smiling plains, profusely gay

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The smoke from yon cottage no longer is rising
The song that lightens the languid way
The storm sweeps wildly thro' the sky

John Sim

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