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of Scott's copyrights in 1818, for Constable, Mr David, vii. 129 n.
£12,000, vi. 21. A Sunday at Ab --- George, Prestonpans, the pro-
botsford, 188. Characteristic an totype of Jonathan Oldbuck, i.
ecdotes of, vi. 267. Extravagant 33, 34 n., 122, 203, 340 ; v. 143-4;
literary projects, vi. 404 ; vii. 18, vii. 112; ix. 350.
24-6. Second purchase of Scott's - Lady Winifred, ix. 260.
copyrights, £5520, vi. 420. Con- | Constar, Jean, impositions of, on
tracts with Scott for four unnam the field of Waterloo, v. 64, 7).
ed works of fiction, 122 ; vii. 107. Conversation, ix. 17, 45, 49, 230.
Introduction of “Nigel," vii. 19. anecdote, iii. 344.
Estate of Balniel, 26. Presented English, Scotch, and Irish,
with the Waverley MSS., viii. 138. viii. 395-6.
Third purchase of copyrights, Convivial habitsof Edinburgh,i.200,
£5500, 161. Gift of the Variorum Coronation of George IV., vi. 215,
Classics. 224. Visit to Abbotsford, 339. Scott's account of, 345.
and projection of his “ MISCEL- Cooke, George Frederick, his Sir
LANY," 379-86. Collections for Giles Overreach superior to Kem-
the Life of Bonaparte, vii. 390. ble's, iv. 66.
Personal character and retro-| Cooper, Mr (the American novel.
spective sketch of his commer ist), his “ Pilot," vii. 242. Meets
cial connexion with Scott and the Scott in Paris, ix. 34, 37, 39.
Ballantynes, viii. 95, 188, 195, 197. Copyrights, sale of, in 1818, for
Rumours of the instability of his £12,000, vi. 21 ; in 1821, for £5,500,
firm, viii. 83 passim 197. Dedica 420; in 1823, for £5 500, vii. 161.
tion of his Miscellany to the King, _ Waverley, &c, arbitration on,
viii. 142. 166. Scheme of repub- | and re-purchase of, ix. 187-90.
lishing “ The Waverley Novels," | Corby Castle, v. 98.
171-2. His interviews with Mr Corchiano, Duke and Duchess of,
Lockhart in London, 174-8, 357. 1 x. 179; their MS. Memoirs of Ita-
Catastrophe of his affairs, 197, 203, lian families, ib.
212, 230, 239, 314; ix. 187. Illness, | Corehouse, vi. 401 ; visit to, ix. 156.
viii. 329. Change of Scott's views Lord. [ See George Cranstoun.]
regarding him, 357. His death, Coriolanus, Mr J.P. Kemble in, v
ix. 127. Sketch of his character, 208.
127-8, 270.

Cormorants, iv. 290.
Constable, Archibald, letters to, iii. Corra Linn, fall of, ix. 156.

153, 247; iv. 81, 121 ; vi. 66; vii. Correspondence, sentimental, ili.
128, 130, 138, 225, 245.

228.
--- Letters from, iii. 152; vii. 20. Correspondents, lazy, vii. 259-60.

- iii. 27, 29, 89, 99 ; iv. 97 passim | Corri, Nattali, anecdote of, ix. 257.
161, 165; v. 22-5, 302, 335; vi. 6, Corrievreckan, gulf of, iv. 353.
52, 212, 266 ; vii. 104, 107, 208; viii. | Cork, city of, visited, viii. 45.
137-65, 207, 283.

Coulter, William, Lord Provost of
“ Constable's Miscellany," projec. Edinburgh, anecdotes of, iii. 217,

tion of, vii. 379-86, 391; viii. 176. 217 n.
Dedication of to the King, viii. “ COUNT ROBERT OF PARIS," ori.
142, 166. Scott's “Larochejaque gin of the tale, viii. 265. Com-
lin" for, 172, 180; ix. 269.

mencement, ix. 357. Progress,

and unpleasant discussions re- | Craigleith quarry, vii. 308.
garding it, x. 6, 7, 10, 17, 24, 40, 41, Craignethan castle, the original of
49, 60, 64-5, 70, 89. Motto for, 37. | « Tillietudlem," ii. 30; x. 167.

Publication of, Nov. 1831, x. 105. Cramps in the stomach, v. 265, 268;
Country exercises, comparative in- vi. 36.

fluence of, on the national charac-Crampton, Sir Philip, Bart., viii.
ter of Scots and English, vi. 335. | 23, 24, 42.
— and town contrasted, ix. 219-“ Cranbourne Chace,” Anecdotes
20, 263.

of, by Chafin, vii. 43 n., 44.
Courage, x. 239.

Cranstoun, George, Lord Core-
and cowardice, ix. 223-4.

house, i. 198; ii. 110; vi. 401 ; ix.
Coursing match on Newark Hill, 48 n. Visit of Scott to, ix. 156.
vi. 239.

- Miss, i, 323-5. Letter from, 330;
Court influence on morals, vi. 7, 8. ii. 3. Marriage of, ib. See Coun.
Court of Session. [ See Session.] tess of Purgstall.]
Courtown, Earl of, vii. 46 n.

-- Henry, Esq. vi., 397-98.
Cousins, Mr, of Newmarket, vi. Craven, Hon. Keppel, x. 146, 154,
101, 113.

155, 162.
Contts, Mrs, visits Abbotsford, viii. | Creehope Linn, vi. 360.
72-6. Overtures to, from the Duke | Crisis, a political, x. 121.
of St Albans, 126. Her character, Critic,how to make a," viii, 183.
ib., 127.

Criticism, literary, state of in 1808,
-- ix. 12.

vii. 144.
Covenanters, the, iii, 34, 35,173, 354; | Croce, Don Luigi Santa, x. 189.
v. 165, 173, 177, 187, 306 n.

Croker, Right Honourable John
Cowan, Mr Alexander, viii. 283. Wilson, iii. 187. Notes to his edi.
Cowardly brave, ix. 223-4.

tion of Boswell, 280. Reply to
Cowgate Port, manning of the, i. “ Malachi Malagrowther,” viii.
134.

242, 296. His “Stories on the his-
Cowley, i. 131.

toryof England,"ix.110 n. Speech
Crab," a sobriquet, i. 321.

on the Reform Bill, x. 117.
Crabbe, Rev. George, imitation of — Letters from, vii. 82; viii. 299.

his poetry, iii. 329. His “ Tales - Letters to, v. 278, 279; vi. 429;
in Verse," iv. 28, 34. Estimate vii. 82; viii. 301; ix. 110 n.
of his poetry, 35, 37. Scott's guest - iv, 116, 117; v. 47; vii. 328;
during the King's visit to Edin ix. 11, 49, 99, 102; x. 216.
burgh, vii. 54, 83, 232. Extract - Crofton, Esq., ix. 12.
from his journal, 60, 84. Anec Cromwell, Oliver, iii. 283, 375; viii.
dote of, ix. 64. His poetry read 11, 12; ix. 19.
to Scott in last illness, x. 210. | Cross, the, of Edinburgh, v. 261;
Letters from, iv. 29, 31, 34. Let vi. 195 ; vii. 405.
ters to, iv. 31, 35.

Crowe, Mr, Professor of Poetry at
Cradle of Noss, visit to the, iv. 201. / Oxford, ii. 284.
Craig, Sir James Gibson, iii. 235 ; Cudgel-play, viii. 304.
x. 19.

Cui bono men," vi, 347.
- Mr George, Galashiels, vi. 276. Culross, excursion to, ix. 342.
Craighall, seat of the Rattrays, i. Cumberland, William, Duke of,
291.

Scott's infant hatred of, i. 24.

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Cumberland, Prince George of, ix. , “ Dance of Death," v. 99.
243.

“Dandie Dinmont," originals of, i.
- Richard, Esq., vi. 103. Points' 267 ; v. 131.
of character, viii. 193.

Danish and Norwegian seamen, iv
Cumbray Islands, prayer for, ix. 155. 240.
Cumming, Lady, i. 74.

captain, letter of a, vii. 129.
“ Cumnor Hall." [See Meikle.) Dante, i. 64; X. 187. Michael Scott
Cunningham, Allan, Esq. vi. 203. | of, x. 187.

His reminiscences of Scott in D'Arblay, Madame, ix. 50-1. Her
London, 1820, 204-8; in 1821, 358. “Evelina,ib.
His drama of “ Sir Marmaduke Darnick, village of, v. 258 ; x. 229.
Maxwell,” vi. 277-81, 308. “Songs Volunteers of, vi. 182. Peelhouse
of Scotland,” 281, 361. Literary | of, 183. Duke of," ib.
genius, ix. 46. Patronage of his Darsie Latimer," i. 218, 252.
two sons through Scott's influ- Daughters, education of in Scot.
ence, 246-7.

land, viii. 351.
- Letters to, vi. 277, 281, 307. Dauphine, Mad. La (1826), ix. 35.
- ix. 208; X. 202.

D'Avenant, Sir William, viii. 251.
Cupping, ix. 328; x. 39.

“ David, of the blood-stained
Curle, Mr, at Yetbyre, i. 24.

brush," v. 87.
Mrs, aunt of Sir Walter, death Davidson, James, an original of
of, viii. 191, 192 n.

“Dandie Dinmont," i. 267; v. 131.
Curtis, Sir William, “ in a kilt,

- John, writer to the signet, i.
vii. 64-5.

34, 35 n.
Cuthullin of Ossian, iv. 308.

Professor Robert, i. 208 n.
Cutler, Sir John, viii. 186.

Davidoff, Count, character of, viii.

122; viii. 370.

Davies' Straits whaling vessels, iv.
Dalgetty, Ensign, Prestonpans, i. ! 263, 264.
32; ix. 350.

Davy, Sir Humphrey, ascends Hel-
Dalgleish, the butler, viii. 272, 361; vellyn with Scott and Words-
ix. 170.

worth, ii. 275. Visits Abbotsford
Dalhousie Castle, ix. 213, 214.

in 1820, vi. 239. Anecdote of, 244.
Dalhousie, George, ninth Earl of, His * Salmonia" reviewed, ix. 258.

i. 163; iv. 152; x. 256. Sketch of, “ Life of," x. 140, 141 n.
ix. 213-14.

- iii. 403 ; v. 19 n., 42; vi. 12;
Dalkeith, Charles, Earl of, ii. 44, 59. | viii, 18.
[See Duke of Buccleuch.]

Lady, iii. 272, 401.
Harriet, Countess of. ii. 10. Letters to, vii. 346; viii. 237.
209, 211, 217, 272; iii. 60, 363, 364. --- Dr John, Malta, x. 126, 131.
[See Duchess of Buccleuch.]

Medical visit to Scott at Malta,
Dalkeith Palace, residence of Geo. 139, 140.
IV. at, vii. 62.

--- Mrs John, extracts from her
Dalrymple, Lady Jane Hamilton, Journal at Malta, x. 131-45.
viii. 407 n.

Dawson, Captain, Malta, x. 130.
Miss, ix. 350.

Deaf and Dumb, a legal witness,
Dalzell, Mr Andrew, Professor of viii. 401. Ideas of futurity, 402.

Greek in Edinburgh, i. 55. “ Dean Cannon," vii. 81-3.

D

Death, coincidences in, iii. 318 ; v. 1 Montagu, v. 231; vi. 321 ; vit. 13;
311, 315. Change produced by, 1 x. 261.

viii. 337-8. Punishment by, ix. 218. Divorced Lady, anecdote of an viii.
Debating societies, i. 75, 198, 206-7. | 70.
Dedication, pompous,of a book to Dods, Mrs Margaret, prototype of
the King, vii. 304.

at Howgate, i. 203.
Deference to superiors, vi. 110, 319; Dog-fish, iv. 255.
vii. 365.

Dog, preservation of life by a, viii.
Defoe, Daniel, alleged author of 123.

Captain Carleton's Memoirs, iii. | Domestic happiness, vi. 108.
84.

- history, study of recommend-
Deity, belief of a, viii. 150-2.

ed, vii. 153.
Democrat, vi. 311.

Don, Sir Alexander, of Newton, v.
Democratical soldier, ib.

336, 372; viii. 170. Sketch of, viii.
Demonology. [See Letters on.] 324. His death, 325; and funeral,
Den," Scott's, in George Square, 327-8.

escribed, i. 241, 325 ; in Castle --- Lady Dowager, viii, 213.
Street, v. 321.

Don Quixote, iii. 31, 93; v. 183.
Denham's African travels, viii. 364. - river, Sheffield, ii, 154.

Sir James Stewart, of Coltness, Donaldson, Hay, Esq., v. 136 n.; vi.
viii. 247 n.

285, 292. Death of, vii. 97.

Donkeys of Ermenonville, v. 86.
Mrs, of Colgrain, vi. 273. -- of Abbotsford, vi. 242.
Derwentwater, Earl of, vii. 90. “Don RODERICK, THE VISION OT,"
D'Escars, Duchess, ix. 16.

projected in aid of the Portuguese
Despard, Colonel, vi. 311.

sufferers, iii. 313. Publication of,
Destiny, viii. 237.

in July 1811, 315. Its profits, ib.
Devonshire, Duke of, vi. 350 ; viii. Estimate of the poem, 319. Re-
37, 236; ix. 241.

ception of a copy at Lisbon, 325.
“ Dialogues on Superstition," pro Edinburgh Review on, 328.

posed publication of, vii. 162, 167. | iii. 331.
Dibdin, Rev. Dr, vii. 131. Letter “DOOM OF DEVORGOIL, The," Ori-

from, vii. 132. Letters to, vii. 133, gin of that play, v. 197-204. Pro.
134.

gress of, 285-6, 290; viii. 210.
Dick, Dr, vi, 98.

Publication of, in 1830, ix. 335.
Dick o' the Cow," ballad of, i. 268. vii. 170.
Dickenson, Mr John, London, ix. | Doris, wreck of the, iv. 188.
341.

Douce, Francis, Esq., ii. 121, 140-1,
Dickson, Rev. Dr David, x. 220. 174.
--- Mr Walter, ix. 262.

Douglas, Archibald, Lord, ii. 27, 28.
Miss, Kelso, i. 161.

- Lady, ii. 27; iji. 37, 192; iv, 22,
Dinner table-talk-Scott and Jef | 70. Death and character, v. 230.

frey, iii. 63. Scott and Coleridge, David, Lord Reston, i. 40, 208
185.

n.; viii. 269.
Dinner at sea, iv. 243.

- Rev. Dr, Galashiels, i. 119.
Dinner-parties, ix. 74, 76.

Purchase of Abbotsford from, iii.
Distance, effects of, viii. 323.

339. The clergyman of “ Paul's
Ditton Park, the residence of Lord Letters," v. 61.

Douglas, Miss, now Mrs Cruger, of| his writings by Scott, Ellis, and
New York, ix. 292.

Wordsworth, 282-9. Indecencies
“The good Lord James,” x. 84. of, 311. Publication of Life and
Castle, x. 84.

Works, in 18 vols., iii. 68. Suc-
------ visit to the town of, y. 82. St. cess of, 69. Modern neglect of

Bride's Church, ib. Monuments the writings of Dryden, 71. His
in it, 83.

“ Fables,” 72. Contrast of his li-
---- Mrs, of Douglas' hotel, x. 206. terary history with that of Scott,

- Sir Howard, “ on Military 73. Lely's portrait of, vii. 407,
Bridges," v. 306.

His “ Absalom and Achitophel,
Doune Castle, i, 290.

iv. 9; ix. 27.
Dover, ix. 41.

Dryden, John, iii. 80,388, 321; X. 194.
Down Kerry, cave of, iv. 361. “DRYDEN'S LIFE AND WORKS,"18
Downie, trial of, for high treason, Vols., Scott's alition of, com-
i. 307.

menced, ii. 24 ) 248-9. Progress
Downshire, Marquis of, i. 367. Ilis of, 277, 280 passim 289. Publica-
letters regarding Miss Carpenter, tion, in April 1808, iii. 68. Criti-
373, 379, 381, 385.

cised in the Edinburgh Review
“ Dragon of Wantley," the, tradi. by Hallam, 09. Success of the
tions of, ii. 152.

work, ib. Letter from Ellis re-
Dramatic composition, v.311 ; vi. garding, 72.

44, 143, 278, 282, 308 ; x. 195. - iv. 163; vi. 369.
---- representations, i. 116.

Duart Castle, seat of the Macleans,
Drawing and painting, Scott's in- iii. 274; iv. 341.

capacity for, i. 71, 170. His les- Dubisson, Mr, death of, iii. 318; 1.

sons in, 171-3.
Drayton Manor, the seat of Sir Ro- | Dublin, enthusiastic reception of
bert Peel, x. 265-6.

Scott in, viii. 15. St Patrick's
Dreams, phenomena of,viii. 368,399.

cathedral, 18; St Sepulchre's li-
Drinking cups at Dunvegan, iv. 304. brary, 19. Deanery, ib. Society's
Drochel Castle, x. 79.

museum, 20. Theatre, 21. Bank
Drogheda, town of, viii. 15.

of Ireland, 22. College, i5. Ph -
Dromore, Bishop of (Dr Percy), ii. | nix Park, 54.
62.

Dudley, Earl of, viii, 354; ix. 185.
Drumlanrig Castle, iv. 92, 94. Ac-| Duff, Adam, Esq., voyage with

count of, 127; v. 230, 235. Re Scott in the Light-house yacht,
visited in 1826, viii. 391.

1814, iv. 183, 185 passim, 370 pas.
Drummond, Henry Home, Esq. of sim.
Blair Drummond, v. 317.

Dumergue, Miss Sophia, v. 159.
Drunkard, x. 12.

- M. Charles, character of, il.
Drunkenness, habitual and casual, I 119. Scott's residence with in
detined, i. 281.

London, ib. 120; iii. 183; v. 36.
Dryburgh Abbey, i. 9, 110; y. 387; | Dun Buy, iv. 187.

x. 95. Interment of Lady Scott, Duncan, king of Scotland, i. 295.
viii. 342. Of Lord Buchan, ix. - Colonel William, i. 27.
319-20. Of Sir Walter Scott, x. - the Hon. Captain Sir Henry.
221,

x. 120.
Dryden, John, ii. 41. Remarks on --- Mr, Lerwick, iv, 191, 209.

315.

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