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Scottish Stories for Young Readers


By Mrs. Blackford (now Lady Stoddart) (1857)

The Scottish Orphans
  Chapter 1
  Chapter 2
  Chapter 3
  Chapter 4
  Chapter 5
  Chapter 6
Arthur Monteith
  Introduction
  Chapter 1
  Chapter 2
  Chapter 3
  Chapter 4
  Chapter 5
  Chapter 6
  Chapter 7
The Young West Indian
  Preface
  The Story

Scottish Stories from the Treasure Chest

CONTENTS

Andy McLeod
The Maiden Martyrs
Janet Smith and Nannie Nivison
A Mother's Love
Isabel Fraser
Andrew McGregor
Renwick at Priesthill

Scottish Ghost Stories
By Elliott O'Donnell

CONTENTS

Case I.
The Death Bogle of the Cross Roads, and the Inextinguishable Candle of the Old White House, Pitlochry
Case II.
The Top Attic in Pringle's Mansion, Edinburgh
Case III.
The Bounding Figure of "--- House," near Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh
Case IV.
Jane of George Street, Edinburgh
Case V.
The Sallow-Faced Woman of No. --- Forres Road, Edinburgh
Case VI.
The Phantom Regiment of Killiecrankie
Case VII.
“Pearlin' Jean" of Allanbank
Case VIII.
The Drummer of Cortachy
Case IX.
The Room Beyond, An Account of te Hauntings of Hennersley, near Ayr
Case X.
“---- House,” Near Blythswood Square, Glasgow. The Haunted Bath
Case XI.
The Choking Ghost of "---- House," near Sandyford Place, Glasgow
Case XII.
The Grey Piper and the Heavy Coach of Donaldgowrie House, Perth
Case XIII.
The Floating Head of the Benrachett Inn, Near the Perth Road, Dundee
Case XIV.
The Hauntings of "---- House," in the Neighbourhood of the Great Western Road, Aberdeen
Case XV.
The White Lady of Rownam Avenue, Near Stirling
Case XVI
The Ghost of the Hindoo Child, or The Hauntings of the White Dove Hotel, Near St. Swithin's Street, Aberdeen
Case XVII.
Glamis Castle


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