The Scottish Chiefs, by Jane Porter

Table of Contents

  1. Scotland.
  2. Lanark.
  3. Ellerslie.
  4. Corie Lynn.
  5. Lanark Castle.
  6. Cartlane Craigs.
  7. Bothwell Castle.
  8. Bothwell Chapel.
  9. Bothwell Dungeons.
  10. St. Fillan’s.
  11. The Chapter House.
  12. Drumshargard.
  13. Banks of the Clyde.
  14. The Pentland Hills.
  15. The Hut.
  16. The Glen of Stones.
  17. The Hermit’s Cell.
  18. Cartlane Craigs, and Glenfinlass.
  19. Craignacoheilg.
  20. The Cliffs of Loch Lubnaig.
  21. Loch Lomond.
  22. Dumbarton Rock.
  23. The Fortress.
  24. The Great Tower.
  25. The Citadel.
  26. Renfrewshire.
  27. The Frith of Clyde.
  28. Isle of Bute.
  29. The Barns of Ayr.
  30. The Barns of Ayr.
  31. Berwick and the Tweed.
  32. Stirling.
  33. Cambus–Kenneth.
  34. Stirling Castle.
  35. Stirling Citadel.
  36. The Carse of Stirling.
  37. Snawdoun Palace.
  38. The Bower, or Ladies’ Apartment.
  39. Stirling Castle and Council Hall.
  40. The Governor’s Apartments.
  41. The State Prison.
  42. Chapel in Snawdoun.
  43. The Carse of Stirling.
  44. The Cheviots.
  45. Lochmaben Castle.
  46. Lammington.
  47. Lammington.
  48. Loch Awe.
  49. Stanmore.
  50. Stirling.
  51. Stirling and Snawdoun.
  52. Banks of the Forth.
  53. Falkirk.
  54. Carron Banks.
  55. Church of Falkirk.
  56. The Monastery.
  57. Durham.
  58. The Bishop’s Palace.
  59. The Round Tower.
  60. Gallic Seas.
  61. Normandy.
  62. The Widow’s Cell.
  63. Chateau Galliard.
  64. Forest of Vincennes.
  65. Paris.
  66. The Louvre.
  67. Scotland.
  68. Roslyn.
  69. Roslyn Castle.
  70. Berwick.
  71. The Camp.
  72. Stirling Castle.
  73. Ballochgeich.
  74. Arthur’s Seat.
  75. Dalkeith.
  76. Hawthorndean.
  77. Wallace’s Tent.
  78. Banks of the Eske.
  79. Lumloch.
  80. Huntingtower.
  81. The Thames.
  82. The Tower of London.
  83. The State Dungeon.
  84. Tower Hill.
  85. The Warden’s Apartments.
  86. Highgate.
  87. Scotland — Dumfries.
  88. Stirling.
  89. Bannockburn.

Appendix.

  1. Note Respecting the Personal Conformation of Sir William Wallace and King Robert Bruce.
  2. Note Concerning Joanna of Mar and Strathearn.
  3. The Scarf of James the Fifth of Scotland, in the possession of Dr. Jefferson, of West Lodge, Clapham.

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