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Sir Walter Scott
Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Vol. II



Consisting ofhistorical and romantic ballads, collected in the southern counties of scotland; with a few of modern date, founded upon local tradition.
The songs, to savage virtue dear. 
That won of yore the public ear, 
Ere Polity, sedate and sage, 
Had quench'd the fires of feudal rage.—WARTON. 
THIRD EDITION.
1806


PART FIRST - CONTINUED: HISTORICAL BALLADS
Lesly's March
The Battle of Philiphaugh
The Gallant Grahams
The Battle of Pentland Hills
The Battle of Loudonhill
The Battle of Bothwell-Bridge.

PART SECOND. - ROMANTIC BALLADS
Scottish Music, an Ode
Introduction to the Tale of Tamlane
The Young Tamlane
Erlinton
The Twa Corbies
The Douglas Tragedy
Young Benjie
Lady Anne
Lord William
The Broomfield Hill
Proud Lady Margaret
The Original Ballad of the Broom of Cowdenknows
Lord Randal
Sir Hugh le Blond
Graeme and Bewick
The Duel of Wharton and Stuart
The Lament of the Border Widow
Fair Helen of Kirconnell
Hughie the Graeme
Johnie of Breadislee
Katherine Janfarie
The Laird o' Logie
A Lyke-Wake Dirge
The Dowie Dens of Yarrow
The Gay Goss Hawk
Brown Adam
Jellon Grame
Willie's Ladye
Clerk Saunders
Earl Richard
The Lass of Lochroyan
Rose the Red and White Lilly
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