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Sir George Douglas
Scottish Fairy And Folk Tales Sir George Douglas *SCARCE* 1st 1900 - AL Burt Co. Extremely scarce 1st Edition copy in excellent cond.
New York: A.L. Burt Company, Publishers, 1900. Extremely scarce 1st Edition copy in excellent condition. No marking or writing on interior. Tight binding. Scottish Fairy And Folk Tales - Sir George Douglas Copyright 1900 by A.L. Burt Company, Publishers Here is an extremely scarce 1st Edition, 1st Printing Scottish Fairy Tale novel in excellent condition. WOW! The second edition was reprinted by Publisher London, W. Scott in 1903. George Brisbane Scott Douglas was a Scottish poet and writer, as well as a Baronet. He was born on 22 December 1856 in Gibraltar. His mother, Dona Sanchez de Pina, was a native of Gibraltar. He never married and he combined the running of a large country estate with his literary and academic endeavours. CONTENTS OF THIS FAMOUS NOVEL : Nursery stories. The story of the white pet ; The milk-white doo ; The croodin doo ; "The cattie sits in the kiln-ring" ; Marriage of Robin Redbreast and the wren ; The tempted lady ; The fause knight and the wee boy ; The strange visitor ; Rashin-Coatie --Stories of animals. The fox outwitted ; The fox troubled with fleas ; The fox and the bag-pipes ; The fox's strategm ; The fox and the wrens ; The fox and the cock ; How the wolf lost his tail ; The frog and the crow ; The grouse cock and his wife ; The eagle and the wren ; The wren's presumption ; The two foxes ; The bee and the mouse ; The two mice --Giants and monsters. The battle of the birds ; The sea-maiden ; Assipattle and the Mester Stoorworm --Legends and traditions. The pechs ; The worme of Linton ; The legend of Linton Church ; Thomas the rhymer ; Michae … [Click Below for Full Description]
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