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 Scott, ThomasScrivener, Rev. Frederick Henry Ambrose, LL.D., D.C.L. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Scott, Sir Walter
(b. Edinburgh, August 15th, 1771; d. Abbotsford, September 21st, 1832). Translation of Bürger’s “Ballads” (1796); a version of Goethe’s “Goetz von Berlichingen” (1799); “The Eve of St. John,” “Glenfinlas,” and “The Grey Brothers” (1800); “The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border” (1802–3); “The Lay of the Last Minstrel” (1805); “Ballads and Lyrical Pieces” (1806); “Marmion” (1808); “The Lady of the Lake” (1810); “The Vision of Don Roderick” (1811); “Rokeby” (1812); “The Bridal of Triermain” (1813); “Waverley” (1814); “The Lord of the Isles” (1815); “The Field of Waterloo” (1815); “Guy Mannering” (1815); “Paul’s Letters to his Kinsfolk” (1815); “The Antiquary” (1816); “Old Mortality” (1816); “The Black Dwarf” (1816); “Harold the Dauntless” (1817); “Rob Roy” (1817); “The Heart of Midlothian” (1818); “The Bride of Lammermoor” (1819); “The Legend of Montrose” (1819); “Ivanhoe” (1819); “The Monastery” (1820); “The Abbot” (1820); “Kenilworth” (1821); “The Pirate” (1821); “The Fortunes of Nigel” (1822); “Halidon Hill” (1822); “Peveril of the Peak” (1822); “Quentin Durward” (1823); “St. Ronan’s Well” (1823); “Redgauntlet” (1824); “The Betrothed” (1825); “The Talisman” (1825); “Lives of the Novelists” (1825); “Woodstock” (1826); “The Life of Napoleon” (1827); “The Two Drovers” (1827); “The Highland Widow” (1827); “The Surgeon’s Daughter” (1827); “Tales of a Grandfather” (1827–30); “The Fair Maid of Perth” (1828); “Anne of Geierstein” (1829); “Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft” (1830); a “History of Scotland” (1829–30); “The Doom of Devorgoil” (1830); “Auchindrane” (1830); “Count Robert of Paris” (1831); and “Castle Dangerous” (1831); besides editions of Dryden (1808), Swift (1814), Strutt’s “Queenhoo Hall” (1808), Carleton’s “Memoirs of the War of the Spanish Succession” (1808); “Memoirs of the Earl of Monmouth” (1808); “Original Memoirs written during the Great Civil Wars,” “The State Papers and Letters of Sir Ralph Sadler” (1809); “The Somers Tracts” (1809–15), and “Paul’s Letters to his Kinsfolk” (1815); “Border Antiquities of Scotland” (1818); “Letters of Malachi Malagrowther” (1826); and “Sir Tristram,” a romance (1804). For Biography, see Life by Lockhart (1837–39), Gilfillan (1870), Rossetti (1870), Chambers (1871), Hutton (1878), and Yonge, etc. See Hazlitt’s “Spirit of the Age,” Jeffrey’s “Essays,” Keble’s “Occasional Papers,” Carlyle’s “Essays,” Senior’s “Essays on Fiction,” Masson’s “Novelists and their Styles,” Jeaffreson’s “Novels and Novelists,” Taine’s “English Literature,” Stephen’s “Hours in a Library,” Mortimer Collins’s Introduction to the Miniature Edition of the Poems, and F. T. Palgrave’s preface to the Globe Edition. See also “Scott Dictionary,” by Mary Rogers, New York (1879), and Canning’s “Philosophy of the Waverley Novels.”   1

 Scott, ThomasScrivener, Rev. Frederick Henry Ambrose, LL.D., D.C.L. 


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