PUBLISHED BY HERBERT JENKINS LIMITED, LONDON, 1944
STATED FIRST PRINTING.
The chapters which go to the making of this book are the fruit of many rambles, taken in all seasons and in all the vagrancies of a Northern climate. tramping drove roads and lowland paths, wandering alone in the quiet places, that for me forms the golden hours of life.
The lore and legend of bygone days is gradually dying and I am of the opinion that the trend is to forget the past in the present and the future. Not that I have any complaint on that score, although sometimes, to my way of thinking, it is good to look back on the road one has travelled, not altogether to forget the traditions of one's native country. If this book serves no other purpose than to preserve a few of the romantic tales associated with my own land, I shall be more than satisfied.
ABBOTSFORD: AN AUTUMN PILGRIMAGE.
BY YARROW VALE
THE LOST ROAD
SNOW IN GLEN FALLOCH.
THE LURE OF GLEN ORCHY.
A DOONSIDE ECHO.
A TALE AT CLUNIE BRIDGE.
BYWAYS TO KILLEARN
CLOVA, AN ANGUS GLEN.
LOCH LOMOND - 1.
LOCH LOMOND - 2.
ON THE ROAD TO GLENCOE - 1.
ON THE ROAD TO GLENCOE - 2.
YESTERDAY IN ORKNEY - 1.
YESTERDAY IN ORKNEY - 2.
YESTERDAY IN SHETLAND - 1.
YESTERDAY IN SHETLAND - 2.
PUBLISHER..... HERBERT JENKINS LIMITED, LONDON, 1944
STATED FIRST PRINTING..
DUSTJACKET CONDITION... N/A.
BOOK CONDITION...... GILT ON FADED RED CLOTH.
FINGERWEAR TO TOP AND BOTTOM OF SPINE, CORNERS BUMPED, EDGEWEAR ALL EDGES, SPINE FADED, PAGES BECOMING AGETONED. VERY LIGHT FOXING TO FFP AND LFP.
PAGE COUNT... 172 PAGES.
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