Unique Traditions Chiefly of the West and South of Scotland (1886) ebook
by John Gordon Barbour
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72 UNIQUE TRADITIONS. IN portraying some antiquities of Scotland, and these antiquities somewhat connected with natural scenery, well may we notice the caves, or " Coves of Barholm. Be that as it may, a trifling tradition re- mains, that some of the nuns, when driven from their cloisters at the Reformation, were wont to exclaim, when set to regular industry - " I wish we were back at the Thirteen Thorns of the Trailflatt. Indeed, the routine of regular, and sometimes hard work would prove more irksome than sitting in a cell, or wandering at stated hours a-down the sylvan sides of the Cargen stream.
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by John Gordon Barbour. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9781372090561.
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