Rob Roy, by Walter Scott

Table of Contents

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Introduction —-(1829)

Appendix to Introduction.

Editor’s Introduction to Rob Roy

Volume One.

Chapter First.
Chapter Second.
Chapter Third.
Chapter Fourth.
Chapter Fifth.
Chapter Sixth.
Chapter Seventh.
Chapter Eighth.
Chapter Ninth.
Chapter Tenth.
Chapter Eleventh.
Chapter Twelfth.
Chapter Thirteenth.
Chapter Fourteenth.
Chapter Fifteenth.
Chapter Sixteenth.
Chapter Seventeenth.

Volume Two.

Chapter First
Chapter Second.
Chapter Third.
Chapter Fourth.
Chapter Fifth.
Chapter Sixth.
Chapter Seventh.
Chapter Eighth.
Chapter Ninth.
Chapter Tenth.
Chapter Eleventh.
Chapter Twelfth.
Chapter Thirteen.
Chapter Fourteen.
Chapter Fifteen.
Chapter Sixteen.
Chapter Seventeen.
Chapter Eighteenth.
Chapter Nineteenth.
Chapter Twentieth.
Chapter Twenty-First.
Chapter Twenty-Second.

Postscript.

Illustrations

  1. Frontispiece
  2. Cattle Lifting
  3. Frank at Judge Inglewood’s
  4. Die Vernon at Judge Inglewood’s
  5. Frank and Andrew Fairservice
  6. Die Vernon and Frank in Library
  7. Helen MacGregor
  8. Rob Roy in Prison
  9. Rob Roy Parting the Duelists
  10. Fray at Jeannie MacAlpine’s
  11. Escape of Rob Roy at the Ford
  12. Parting of Die and Frank on the Moor
  13. Loch Lomond
  14. The Death of Rashleigh

Frontispiece
Frontispiece

For why? Because the good old rule

Sufficeth them; the simple plan,

That they should take who have the power,

And they should keep who can.

Rob Roy’s Grave — Wordsworth

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