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A TALE OF FLODDEN FIELD
SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART.
WITH ALL HIS INTBODUCTIONS. AND THE EDITORS NOTES.
EIGHTY ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD FROM DRAWINGS
BY BIRKET FOSTER AND JOHN GILBERT.
BOOKSELLERS ANL> PUBLISHERS TO THE QUEEN.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
DES1UNED BY BIRKET FOSTER AND JOHN U1LBERT,
ENIiRAVED ON WOOD BY J. W. WHYMPER ANI> EDMUND EVAK8,
AND PRINTED BY U. A B. CLARK.
lfanto first— a l>e lI'asflr.
Vkixette Title To The Caxto. Johx Gilbeet.
Day set on Norham's castled steep,
And Tweed's fair river, broad and deep. Birket Foster.
Along the bridge Lord Marmion rode,
Prondly his red-roan charger trode. .iohx Gilbeet.
And placed him in the upper place—
They feasted full and high. Johx Gilbeet.
Norham is grim and grated close,
Hemm'd in by battlement and fosse. Birhet Foster.
The summon'd Palmer came in place .
His sable cowl o'crhung his face. Johx Gilbert.
Soon in the castle nought was heard
But the slow footstep of the guard. Birket Foster.