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PATRICK FRASER TYTLER, ESQ.
F. R. S, AND F.S.A.
PRINTED FOR JOHN MURRAY,
(Continued from Vol. II.)
- They are apprehended and executed, 50.-James's great
and respectability of his Family, 191.-His early introduc-
tion at Court, 192.-Singular Apparition at Linlithgow, 193.
-Lindsay's Picture of the Infancy of James V., 194.-
Troubled State of the Country, 196.—Letter of Lord Dacre,
197.-English Incursions, 198.—James's promising Boy-
hood, 199.—Revolution which deprives Lindsay of his
Office, 200.-Servitude under which the young King is kept;
he escapes, 201.—Lindsay writes his “Dream;" its defects,
and beauties, 202.-A Winter Landskip, 203.-Analysis of
the Poem, 204.- Appearance of Johne Commonweill; his
Description of the state of Scotland, 205.—Nervous Lines