SIR GIBBIE

BY GEORGE MAC LL. D. DONALD

AUTHOR OF
"DAVID ELGINBROD," "ALEC FORBES OF HOWGLEN,"
"ROBERT FALCONER," ETC. ETC.

LONDON:
HURST AND BLACKETT, LIMITED
13, GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Chapter I - The Earring 1
  • Chapter II - Sir George 7
  • Chapter III - Mistress Croale 12
  • Chapter IV - The Parlour 18
  • Chapter V - Gibbie's Calling 23
  • Chapter VI - A Sunday at Home 27
  • Chapter VII - The Town-Sparrow 36
  • Chapter VIII - Sambo 41
  • Chapter IX - Adrift 49
  • Chapter X - The Barn 57
  • Chapter XI - Janet 64
  • Chapter XII - Glashgar 72
  • Chapter XIII - The Ceiling 76
  • Chapter XIV - Hornie 79
  • Chapter XV - Donal Grant 87
  • Chapter XVI - Apprenticeship 90
  • Chapter XVII - Secret Service 93
  • Chapter XVIII - The Broonie 97
  • Chapter XIX - The Laird. 102
  • Chapter XX - The Ambush. 108
  • Chapter XXI - The Punishment 113
  • Chapter XXII - Refuge 120
  • Chapter XXIII - More Schooling 131
  • Chapter XXIV - The Slate. 139
  • Chapter XXV - Rumours. 145
  • Chapter XVII - The Gamekeeper 152
  • Chapter XXVII - A Voice 164
  • Chapter XXVIII - The Wisdom of the Wise 168
  • Chapter XXIX - The Beast-Boy 171
  • Chapter XXX - The Lorrie Meadow. 180
  • Chapter XXXI - Their Reward. 187
  • Chapter XXXII - Prologue. 193
  • Chapter XXXIII - The Mains. 199
  • Chapter XXXIV - Glashruach 211
  • Chapter XXXV - The Whelp. 220
  • Chapter XXXVI - The Brander 225
  • Chapter XXXVII - Mr. Sclater 234
  • Chapter Xxxviii. . - The Muckle Hoose 238
  • Chapter XXXIX - Daur Street. 244
  • Chapter XL - Mrs. Sclater. 250
  • Chapter XLI - Initiation. 256
  • Chapter XLII - Donal's Lodging. 259
  • Chapter XLIII - The Minister's Defeat 270
  • Chapter XLIV - The Sinner 276
  • Chapter XLV - Shoals Ahead. 286
  • Chapter XLVI - The Girls. 291
  • Chapter XLVII - A Lesson of Wisdom. 298
  • Chapter XLVIII - Needfull Odds and Ends 302
  • Chapter XLIX - The Houseless. 311
  • Chapter L - A Walk. 316
  • Chapter LI - The North Church. 325
  • Chapter LII - The Quarry. 330
  • Chapter LIII - A Night-Watch. 340
  • Chapter LIV - Of Age 347
  • Chapter LV - The Auld Hoose O' Galbraith 352
  • Chapter LVI - The Laird and the Preacher 356
  • Chapter LVII - A Hiding-Place from the Wind 361
  • Chapter LVIII - The Confession. 366
  • Chapter LIX - Catastrophe. 371
  • Chapter LX - Arrangement and Preparation. 376
  • Chapter LXI - The Wedding. 380
  • Chapter LXII - The Burn. 385
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