Profitable hearing in the church—Frightful
death-bed—Arrangements of the hut—Jealousy—Altercation—Domestic tidiness—
Cheap, the chapman—Exhortation—Revenge—Character of Jock—Mungo Clark—Bob's
success—Evil of avarice.
Death of Saunders's daughter Janet —
Death-bed experience-Triumph of faith—Funeral—Strange customs.
paid to ministers—Homeliness of the times—Respect to the laird—Means of
livelihood— Ridiculous punctuality in telling a story.
Bob's establishment in Say-na-Whair—
His marriage—The kirking— Old customs observed in the
Glen—Festivities—Amusements—Cock-fighting—Suicide in the Glen—The burial.
sayings—Character of Barbara—Condolence—Graves of the martyrs.
The wierd man's
cave—Brownies—Fairies—Warnings—Wraiths— Witchcraft—Strange sounds in the
lonely dells—Blood on the stone in the Haunted Lin—Sights in the churchyard
Travelling—Crawland—Saunders and his associates—James Burns, the
smith—Peter, the weaver—Andrew, the tailor—Henry, the cobbler.