2 edition of Traits and stories of Scottish life found in the catalog.
Traits and stories of Scottish life
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Encouraged by the success of my "Familiar Illustrations of Scottish Life," and at the request of my Publishers, I have prepared the present work. Many ghost stories had their origin in the sheep-stealer throwing a white sheet over his shoulders, for. Posts about scottish personality traits written by arlenestaffordwilson.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rogers, Charles, Traits and stories of the Scottish people. London, Houlston and Wright, Excerpt from Traits and Stories of the Scottish People When Buchanan was old and beset with infirmi ties, he received a visit from his friends, Andrew and James Melville.
They expected to have found him occupied with his great work, The History of Scot land, which was then passing through the press. He was employed : Charles Rogers.
Genre/Form: Anecdotes History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Rogers, Charles, Traits and stories of the Scottish people. London, Houlston and Wright, (shelved 4 times as scottish-fiction) avg rating — 4, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
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Carleton Year: () ISBN: Publisher: Archive CD Books Ireland This edition of William Carleton's 'Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry' was published in London in and is republished here on fully-searchable CD-Rom.
Containing the stories The Party Fight & Funeral; the Hedge School and The Station, this .