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The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott : with the author's introductions and notes / edited by J. Logie Robertson.

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Robertson Library PR5300.E01 1909 37348002453173 SPEC-PROV Available -

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  • Physical Description: viii, 970 p. : port., plate ; 19 cm.
  • Publisher: London : Oxford, 1909.

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General Note: Title on spine: Scott's poetical works.
Formatted Contents Note: The lay of the last minstrel -- Marmion -- The lady of the lake -- Rokeby -- The lord of the Isles -- Harold the dauntless -- The bridal of Triermain -- The vision of Don Roderick -- The field of Waterloo -- Ballads from the German -- William and Helen -- The wild huntsman -- The fire-king -- Frederick and Alice -- The battle of Sempach -- The noble moringer -- The erl-king -- Imitations of the ancient ballad -- Thomas the rhymer -- Glenfinlas -- The eve of Saint John -- Cadyow castle -- The gray brother -- His first lines -- On a thunderstorm -- On the setting sun -- The violet -- To a lady -- Bothwell's sisters three -- The covenanter's fate -- At flooden -- A song of victory -- Rhein-wein lied -- The Reiver's wedding -- War-song of the royal Edinburgh light dragoons -- The bard's incantation -- Hellvellyn -- The dying bard -- The Norman horse-shoe -- The maid of Toro -- The Palmer -- The Maid of Neidpath -- Wandering Willie -- Health to Lord Melville -- Hunting song -- The resolve -- Epitaph. . CONT. Prologue to 'The family legend' -- The poacher -- Oh say not, my love -- The bold dragon -- On the massacre of Glencoe -- For a' that an' a' that -- Song for the anniversary of the pitt club -- Pharos loquitur -- Address to Ranald Macdonald -- Epistle to the Duke of Buccleuch -- The A. of Wa -- Farewell to Mackenzie -- War-song of Lachlan -- Saint Cloud -- The dance of death -- Romance of Dunois -- The troubadour -- From the French -- Lines on lifting the banner of Buccleuch -- Lullaby of an infanct chief -- The return to Ulster -- Jock of Hazeldean -- Pibroch of Donuil Dhu -- Nora's view -- Mac Gregor's gathering -- Verses to the Grand-Duke Nicholas of Russia -- The search after happiness -- Mr. Kemble's farewell address -- Lines written for Miss Smith -- The dreary change -- March of the Monks of Bangor -- Epistle to the Duke of Buccleuch -- Epilogue to 'The Appeal' -- Mackrimmons Lament -- Donald Caird's come again -- Epitaph on Mrs. Erskine -- Life in the forest -- Farewell to the muse. . CONT. The maid of Isla -- Carle, now the king's come -- One volume more -- Epistle to John Gibson Lockhart -- Lines to Monsieur Alexandre -- Epilogue to drama founded on 'St. Ronans Well' -- On the materials for his 'Life of Napoleon' -- Lines to Sir Cuthbert Sharp -- The death of Keeldar -- The foray -- Inscription for monument of Rev. George Scott -- Lines on fortune -- Poetry and verse from the Waverly novels -- I. From Waverley -- Bridal song -- Lines by Captain Waverley -- Davie Gellatley sings -- Baron Bradwardine sings -- Balmawhapple sings -- Gellatley's song to thedeer-hounds -- St. Swithin's chair -- Gellatley sings -- Flora MacIvor's song -- Fergus sings -- To an oak tree -- Gellatley sings -- II. From Guy Mannering -- The nativity chant -- The spindle song -- The gipsy's dirge -- The prophecy -- Glossin sings -- III. From the antiquary -- The aged carle -- An epitaph -- Old Elspeth sings -- Mottoes -- IV. From the black dwarf -- V. From old mortality -- Major bellenden sings. . CONT. VI. From Rob Roy -- Francis Osbaldistone's lines -- Fragment from Ariosto -- Mottoes -- VII. From the heart of Midlothian -- Madge Wildfire sings -- VIII. From the bride of Lammermoor -- Lucy Ashton sings -- The forester sings -- The prophecy -- IX. From the legend of Montrose -- From the Gaelic -- Song of the dawn -- Lady Anne -- X. From Ivanhoe -- The crusader -- The barefooted friar -- Ulrica sings -- Rebecca's hymn -- A virelai -- A duet -- Dirge for Athelstane -- XI. From the monatery -- Ne sit ancillae -- 'Merrily swim we' -- The monk's warning -- The white lady sings -- To the white lady -- To Halbert -- Sir Piercie Shafton sings -- The white lady chants or recites -- Border March -- The white lady to Mary Avenel -- The white lady to Edward -- The white lady's farewell -- XII. From the Abbot -- The pardoner speaks -- XIII. From Kenilworth -- The owl song -- The warder's welcome -- XIV. From the pirate -- The song of the Reim-Kennar -- A last farewell -- Harold Harfager. . CONT. The meeting of the mermaids and mermen -- Norna sings -- Claud Halcro and Nora -- Song of the Shetland Fishers -- Cleveland sings -- Claud Halcro sings or recites -- Nora sings or recites -- The pedlar sings -- XV. From the fortunes of Nigel -- XVI. From Peveril of the peak -- XVII. From Quentin Durward -- Country guy -- XVIII. From St. Ronan's well -- XIX. From Redgauntlet -- Hope -- XX. From the Betrothed -- Reveille -- Woman's faith -- Verses in the style of the druids -- XXI. Form the talisman -- Ahriman -- A minstrel sings -- The lay of the bloody vest -- XXII. From woodstock -- A conjuration -- An hour with thee -- XXIII. From chronicles of the Canongate -- Mr. Croftangry asketh -- XXIV. From the fair maid of Perth -- The glee maiden -- The blood ordeal -- A melancholy dirge -- Bold and true -- XXV. From Anne of Geierstein -- The secret tribunal -- XXVI. From Count Robert of Paris -- XXVII. From castle dangerous -- Halidon Hill -- MacDuff's cross -- The doom of devorgoil.

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