What is Sir Walter Scott?

  • (noun): British author of historical novels and ballads (1771-1832).
    Synonyms: Scott, Walter Scott

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Selkirk, Scottish Borders - History - Sir Walter Scott and Selkirk
... Sir Walter Scott was appointed Sheriff-Deputy of the County of Selkirk in 1799, and was based in the Royal Burgh's Courthouse, which can be found in the town ... The Sir Walter Scott Way from Moffat to Cockburnspath passes through Selkirk ...
Stewart Of Balquhidder - History - Sir Walter Scott's A Legend of Montrose
... The following story of murder provided the inspiration for Sir Walter Scott’s tale, A Legend of Montrose ... is one of the great historical characters of the Covenanting Wars and is the hero of Sir Walter Scott's novel The Legend of Montrose, in which Scott ...
Scottish Lullaby
... on till dawn) and not the original Scottish verses were used when a dramatization of Sir Walter Scott’s Guy Mannering was presented ... For this, Sir Walter Scott composed the verses ‘Lullaby for an Infant Child’ ... They are a curtailed version of Sir Walter Scott’s verses ...
Features - List of Books Included - 100 Classic Book Collection - UK Version
... London Moby Dick Herman Melville Tales of Mystery and Imagination Edgar Allan Poe Ivanhoe Sir Walter Scott Rob Roy Sir Walter Scott Waverley Sir Walter Scott Black Beauty Anna Sewell All's ...
Historical Films - High and Late Middle Ages (1000-1453)
... leading up to and including the Third Crusade Richard the Lion-Hearted 1190 ... Levant based on Sir Walter Scott's The Talisman and set in the Third Crusade Richard the Lion-Hearted 1190 ... Levant ...

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