Castle Dangerous, by Walter Scott

Table of Contents

Introduction. —(1832.)

Appendix.

Chapter the First.

Chapter the Second.

Chapter the Third.

Chapter the Fourth.

Chapter the Fifth.

Chapter the Sixth.

Chapter the Seventh.

Chapter the Eighth.

Chapter the Ninth.

Chapter the Tenth.

Chapter the Eleventh.

Chapter the Twelfth.

Chapter the Thirteenth.

Chapter the Fourteenth.

Chapter the Fifteenth.

Chapter the Sixteenth.

Chapter the Seventeenth.

Chapter the Eighteenth.

Chapter the Nineteenth.

Chapter the Twentieth.

Postscript.

As I stood by yon roofless tower,

Where the wa’flower scents the dewy air,

Where the howlet mourns in her ivy bower,

And tells the midnight moon her care:

The winds were laid, the air was still,

The stars they shot along the sky;

The Fox was howling on the hill,

And the distant echoing glens reply.

ROBERT BURNS.

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