A book of ballad stories

by Macleod, Mary, 1859 or 1860-1914.

Format: Print Book 1900
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Thirty-four children's stories adapted from English and Scottish ballads.
Patient Griselda
The three gallant outlaws
King Henry and the miller of Mansfield
The marriage of Sir Gawaine
King Estmere
The young Tamlane
The beggar's daughter of Bethnal Green
Sir Cauline
The Heir of Linn
Thomas the Rhymer
The wife of Auchtermuchty
The hired lad
Valentine and Orson
The frolicsome duke
The child of Elle
The merchant's daughter of Bristol
Saddle to rags
The gay goss hawk
Robin Hood and his merry men
Hynde etin
The jolly harper
Lizzie Lindsay
The crafty lover
Proud Lady Margaret
Lord Beichan
King Lear and his three daughters
The children in the wood
King Cophetua and the beggar-maid
King Alfred and the shepherd
The nut-brown maid
The strange lives of two young princes
The friar of orders grey
The hunting of the Cheviot.

Additional Information
Subjects Ballads, English -- England -- Adaptations.
Ballads, Scots -- Scotland -- Adaptations.
Tales -- England.
Tales -- Scotland.
Folklore -- England.
Folklore -- Scotland.
Publisher London :Wells Gardner, Darton & Co.,1900
Other Titles Ballad stories
Contributors Walker, Arthur G.
Language English
Notes Illustrated t.p. in red and black.
Description xxiv, 402 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
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