Folk-Lore and Legends Scotland
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Folk-Lore and Legends Scotland

By Anonymous
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  • Folk-Lore and Legends, by Anonymous
  • FOLK-LORE AND LEGENDS SCOTLAND
    • PREFATORY NOTE
    • CANOBIE DICK AND THOMAS OF ERCILDOUN.
    • COINNACH OER.
    • ELPHIN IRVING.
    • THE GHOSTS OF CRAIG-AULNAIC.
    • THE DOOMED RIDER.
    • WHIPPETY STOURIE.
    • THE WEIRD OF THE THREE ARROWS.
    • THE LAIRD OF BALMACHIE’S WIFE.
    • MICHAEL SCOTT.
    • THE MINISTER AND THE FAIRY.
    • THE FISHERMAN AND THE MERMAN.
    • THE LAIRD O’ CO’.
    • EWEN OF THE LITTLE HEAD.
    • JOCK AND HIS MOTHER.
    • SAINT COLUMBA.
    • THE MERMAID WIFE.
    • THE FIDDLER AND THE BOGLE OF BOGANDORAN.
    • THOMAS THE RHYMER.
    • FAIRY FRIENDS.
    • THE SEAL-CATCHER’S ADVENTURE.
    • THE FAIRIES OF MERLIN’S CRAIG.
    • RORY MACGILLIVRAY.
    • THE HAUNTED SHIPS.
    • THE BROWNIE.
    • MAUNS’ STANE.
    • “HORSE AND HATTOCK.”
    • SECRET COMMONWEALTH.
    • THE FAIRY BOY OF LEITH.
    • THE DRACÆ.
    • A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OF MY LORD TARBAT’S RELATIONS, IN A LETTER TO THE HONORABLE ROBERT BOYLE, ESQUIRE, OF THE PREDICTIONS MADE BY SEERS, WHEREOF HIMSELF WAS EAR-AND EYE-WITNESS.
    • THE BOGLE.
    • DAOINE SHIE, OR THE MEN OF PEACE.
    • THE DEATH “BREE.”
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