Monday, August 1, 2016

Douglas. Scottish Fairy and Folk Tales

Today's free book is Scottish Fairy and Folk Tales by George Douglas with illustrations by J. Torrance. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Sacred Texts, Internet Archive, and Hathi Trust.


Introduction
The Three Green Men of Glen Nevis.

Nursery Stories
The Story of the White Pet
The Milk-White Doo.
The Croodin Doo
The Cattie Sits in the Kiln-Ring Spinning
Marriage of Robin Redbreast and the Wren
The Tempted Lady
The Fause Knight and the Wee Boy
The Strange Visitor
Rashin-coatie

Stories of Animals
The Fox Outwitted
The Fox Troubled With Fleas
The Fox and the Bag-Pipes
The Fox's Stratagem
The Fox and the Wrens
The Fox and the Cock
How the Wolf Lost His Tail
Frog and Crow
The Grouse Cock and His Wife
The Eagle and the Wren
The Wren's Presumption
The Two Foxes
The Bee and the Mouse
The Two Mice
Alexander Jones

Fairy Tales
The Fairies of Scotland
The Fairy and the Miller's Wife
Sir Godfrey Macculloch
The Laird O' Co'
Habitrot
The Tulman
The Isle Of Pabaidh
Sanntraigh
Water Fairies
Fairy Transportation
The Poor Man of Peatlaw
The Fairy Boy of Leith
Mind the Crooked Finger
The Two Young Ploughmen
The Smith and the Fairies
The Lothian Farmer's Wife
Redemption From Fairy Land
The Fairy and the Bible-Reader
Thom and Willie
The Gloaming Bucht
The Fairy's Song
The Faithful Purse-Bearer

The Brownie, The Bogle, The Kelpy, Mermen, Demons
The Scottish Brownie
The Brownie Of Bodsbeck
The Brownie And The Thievish Maids
The Bogle
The Doomed Rider
Graham Of Morphie
The Fisherman and the Merman
The Mermaid Wife
The Seal-Catcher's Adventure
The Mermaid Of Knockdolion
The Young Laird Of Lorntie
Nuckelavee
The Two Shepherds
Fatlips
The Silly Mutton

Witchcraft
Macgillichallum of Razay
The Witch Of Laggan
The Blacksmith's Wife of Yarrowfoot
The Miller of Holdean
Ronaldson of Bowden
The Farmer's Wife Of Deloraine
Laird Harry Gilles
The Missing Web
The Witches Of Delnabo
The Brazen Brogues

Comic Tales
The Wee Bunnock
The Tale of The Shifty Lad, The Widow's Son
Lothian Tom
The Ploughman's Glory; Or, Tom's Song.
The Witty Exploits of Mr. George Buchanan, the King's Fool

Literary Tales
The Haunted Ships
Elphin Irving
Cousin Mattie
Rat Hall

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