Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume III

by John Mackay Wilson

No collection of tales published in serial form ever enjoyed so great a popularity and the secret of their success lies in the fact that they are stories in the truest sense of the word, illustrating in a graphic and natural style the manners and customs, trials and sorrows, sins and backslidings, of the men and women of whom they treat. The heroes and heroines of these admirable stories belong to every rank of life, from the king and noble to the humble peasant.

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