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THE ETTRICK SHEPHERD,
WILLIAM MOTHERWELL, ESQ.
ARCHIBALD FULLARTON, AND CO.
110, BRUNSWICK STREET;
AND 6, ROXBURGH PLACE, EDINBURGH.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME FOURTH.
The pieces marked thus † are not contained in Dr Currie's edi-
and a considerable proportion of them have not appeared in
any of the old editions of Burns' Works-while others have appeared
LII. TO MRS DUNLOP.-April 15, 1787.
LIII. To Dr Moore.-April 23, 1787. His leaving Edin-
LIV. To Mrs Dunlop.-April 30, 1787. Reply to her
Thanks for her
+LVI. To James Johnson.-May 3, 1787.
+ LVIII. To Mr Pattison.-May 17, 1787. Acknowledging
LIX. To William Nicol.-June 1, 1787.
count of his journey on Jenny Geddes
LX. To William Nicol.-June 18, 1787.
LXI. To James Candlish.-June, 1787. Johnson and the
LXII. To Robert Ainslie.-June 28, 1787. Wildness of the
+ LXIII. To William Nicol.-June, 1787. The beauties of
On departing from Edin-
With a song.
LXIV. To William Cruikshank.-June, 1787. On the
a Highlandman-Drinking-Dancing, &c.
LXVIII. To Dr Moore.-August 2, 1787.
† LXIX. To Robert Ainslie.-July, 1787.
LXX. To Robert Muir.—August 26, 1787. Stirling-Ban-
LXXI. To Gavin Hamilton.-August 28, 1787. Account
of his Highland excursion
of his Highland journey
LXXIV. To Miss Chalmers.-September 26, 1787. Scots
LXXVI. To Rev. John Skinner.-October 25, 1787.
LXXVIII. To James Hoy.-November 6, 1787. Scots
ship and visits
LXXXI. To James Dalrymple, Esq.-1787. How he suc-
LXXXIII. To Miss Chalmers.-Nov. 21, 1787. Charlotte