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DAVID ELGINBROD.

BY

GEORGE MACDONALD, LL.D.

printed in 1871

 

by Hurst and Blackett Ltd, London

[This Electronic text was compiled by John Bechard, email address: JaBBechard@aol.com.

 

Note from Electronic text creator: I have compiled a word list with definitions of most of the Scottish words found in this work at the end of the book. This list does not belong to the original work, but is designed to help with the conversations and references in broad Scots found in this work. A further explanation of this list can be found towards the end of this document, at the beginning of the list itself.

 

There are two footnotes in this book which have been renumbered and placed at the end of the work.]

 

 

And gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche.

 

                                        CHAUCER.

 

TO THE MEMORY OF

LADY NOEL BYRON,

THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED,

WITH A LOVE STRONGER THAN DEATH.

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