the Museum--Lord Balinerino's
dirk-'Thanks for the Volunteer
62. To Miss Fontenelle. Accompanying a
prologue to be spoken on her be-
63. To Peter Miller, jun. Esq. of Dalswin-
Declines an engagement in
the Morning Chronicle-offers oc-
64. To Gavin Hamilton, Esq. Dumfries.
Congratulations on returning health
-Cautions against drinking-Fath-
65. T. Mr. Samuel Clarke, jun. Dumfries.
Sunday morning. Deep concern
respecting a quarrel-a toast the
cause of it,
€6. T. Mr. Alexander Findlater, Super-
visor of excise, Dumfries. Schemes
67. To the editors of the Morning Chronicle.
Dumfries. On misdelivery of a
paper containing the marquis of
68. To col. W. Dunbar, Is still alive, ful-
filling one great end of his exist.
ence-Compliments of the season
in the bard's own style,
09. To Mr. Heron of Heron. 1794 or 1795.
Political ballads-Explains his situ.
ation and expectancies in the ex-
cise, but disclaims ary wish to hook
his dependence on Mr. Heron's be-
70. To the right hon. W. Pitt. Address
in behalf of the Scots distillers
Speaks to him the language of truth
-Reflections on the selfish nature
of man-Advises him to spurn flat-
tery-Hails Mr. Pc's passage 10