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It is not the lucre — it is not the lucre — but that I , that have ate of her father's loaf
, and drank of his cup , for twenty years and more to think that I am going to leave
her — and to leave her in distress and dolour - No , Miss Lucy , you need never ...
... speaking low and hastily ; you will never speak of what you have seen this
night ; the other , that you will not leave this country till you see me again , and
that you leave word at the Gordon Arms where you are to be heard of ; and when
I next ...
Then give me leave to ask where you spent the night -- not in the snow , I
presume ? you do not suppose that will pass , or be taken , credited , and
received ? ' ' I beg leave , ' said Bertram , his recollection turning to the gipsy
female , and to ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mbmackay - LibraryThing
The second published novel of Walter Scott. Apparently written in 6 weeks when Scott needed to raise funds urgently when in a financial crisis, the book holds together remarkably well. The plot is of ... Read full review
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This is the second novel written by Walter Scott, and arguably better than his first one Waverley. Set mainly in the rural Galloway region of Scotland in the late 1700s, Guy Mannering tells us a story ... Read full review