SCARCE VOLUME OF SCOTTISH FICTIONAL SKETCHES.
“The houses of Friarsrigg lay clustered near the river, while the gardens and orchards behind them stretched up the slope of the hill, so that from their higher grounds they commanded a magnificent view, not only of the village and river, but of the town of Battle-mount, and indeed of the whole countryside beyond.”
DIBDIN, James C. (1856-1901). Scottish Border Life A Series of Original Sketches. (Sporadic light spotting). Publisher’s red and green pictorial cloth (faded, rubbed). Some pages uncut.
8vo. London: Methuen and Co., 1897.
Chapters include: “Lessudden Fair”, “Shiels Hill Inn”, “The Sorrows of Andrae”, ‘Lady Grizzle” and “The Return”.
A scarce book of fictional accounts relating to various characters.
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