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The new Scots reader;

Author: A MacMillan
Publisher: Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd for the Burns Federation, 1972.
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MacMillan, A.
New Scots reader.
Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd for the Burns Federation, 1972
(OCoLC)654674397
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A MacMillan
ISBN: 0050025651 9780050025659
OCLC Number: 667651
Description: [6], 153 pages 22 cm
Contents: Tam o' the Linn / Anon --
Whistle, whistle, auld wife / Anon --
Willie Winkie / William Miller --
The sair finger / Walter Wingate --
The marriage of Robin Redbreast and the wren / Robert Burns --
The horny gollach / Anon --
Bonnie George Campbell / Anon --
Wee Jock Todd / Marion Angus --
Schule in June / Robert Bain --
The Sunday school soireé / J.J. Bell --
The tod / Anon --
The racing pigeon / Sandy Thomas Ross --
Holidays / J.K. Annand --
Conductress / J.K. Annand --
Crocodile / J.K. Annand --
The piper o' Dundee / Anon --
The lum hat wantin' the croon / David Rorie --
Extract from 'The Ayrshire legatees' / John Galt --
The puddock / J.M. Caie --
The boy in the train / M.C.S. --
The fox's skin / Marion Angus --
My hoggie / Robert Burns --
The whistle / Charles Murray --
The comin' o' the spring / Lady John Scott --
The night's rain / Walter Wingate --
A winter night / Robert Burns --
To a mouse / Robert Burns --
Poor Mailie's elegy / Robert Burns --
'Glen' a sheep-dog / Hilton Brown --
The sailor's wife / W.J. Mickle --
Tam Glen / Robert Burns --
The bonnie Earl of Murray / Anon --
Sir Patrick Spens / Anon --
Thomas the Rhymer / Anon --
Wee teeny / Neil Munro --
Helen of Kirkconnell / Anon --
The twa corbies / Anon --
The braw wooer / Robert Burns --
The cobbler / T.T. Kilbucho --
The tale of Tod Lapraik / R.L. Stevenson --
Poaching in Excelsis / G.K. Menzies --
The Laird o' Cockpen / Lady Nairn --
Duncan Gray / Robert Burns --
There's a fairmer that I ken o' / J.C. Milne --
Tam o' Shanter: a tale / Robert Burns --
Home thoughts from abroad / John Buchan --
Bonnie Dundee / Sir Walter Scott --
The image o' god / Joe Corrie --
Look up to Pentland's tow'ring tap / Allan Ramsay --
The coo park / Andrew Dodds --
It wasna his wyte / Charles Murray --
The boy's September / Walter Wingate --
Tullochgorum / Rev. John Skinner --
The auld doctor / David Rorie --
The Douglas tragedy / Anon --
The dowie houms o' Yarrow / Anon --
Binnorie / Anon --
Edward, Edward / Anon --
Fut like folk? / J.C. Milne --
The wife of Usher's well / Anon --
Bonny Kilmeny / James Hogg --
The rowan / Violet Jacob --
Bailie Nicol Jarvie / Sir Walter Scott --
The pawky duke / David Rorie --
A whigmaleerie / William Soutar --
Crowdieknowe / Hugh MacDiarmid --
The flowers of the forest / Jane Elliot --
Extract from 'Annals of the parish' / John Galt --
Pride / Violet Jacob --
The auld house / William Soutar --
Daith an' the gang'ril / T.T. Kilbucho --
Lintie in a cage / Alice V. Stuart --
Embro to the ploy / Robert Garioch --
Jamie the Saxt, Act IV / Robert McLellan --
Auld lang syne / Robert Burns.
Responsibility: compiled by A. MacMillan.

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