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Lays of the Covenanters
By James Dodds (1880)

The Death of Archibald, First Marquis of Argyle
The Death of James Guthrie
Sharpe Offering a Bishopric to Robert Douglas
The Christian Exile
Battle-Song of the Pentlands
The Aged Covenanter
The Battle of Airsmoss
Cargill taken Prisoner at Covington Mill, on the Clyde
Renwick in the Cottage of John Brown of Priesthill
Renwick's Visit to the Death-Bed of Peden
Peden's Shroud
Trial and Death of Robert Baillie of Jervieswoode
The Martyr of Priesthill
Meeting of General Dalziel and Captain John Paton of Meadowhead
The Dove and the Ruin

John Knox administrating the Sacrament at Calder House

More reading on the Covenanters

The Ladies of the Covenant
Memoirs of Distinguished Scottish Female Characters, Embracing the Period of the Covenant and the Persecution by James Anderson (1862)

History of the Covenanters in Scotland
By William Sime in 2 volumes
Volume 1  |  Volume 2

The Covenanters in Moray and Ross
By Rev. Murdoch MacDonald (1875)

The Covenanters of Teviotdale
By the Rev. Duncan Stewart (1908)

Galloway and the Covenanters
Or the Struggle for Religious Liberty in the South-West of Scotland By Alex. S. Morton (1904)

Traditions of the Covenanters
Or, Gleanings Among the Mountains by the Rev. Robert Simpsom, D.D., Sanquhar

Tales of the Scottish Covenanters
By Robert Pollok (1842)

Tales, Legends, and Historical Reminiscences of the Scottish Covenanters
By Ellen Emma Guthrie, Second Edition (1862) (pdf)

The Fifty Years' Struggle of the Scottish Covenanters
1633 - 88 by James Dodds (Third Edition) (1861) (pdf)


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