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Works of SIR WALTER SCOTT, Baronet.


Baronet, now first collected. 12 Volumes, foolscap octavo ; with a Portrait of the Author, engraved by c. Heath.

31. 12s. boards. These Poetical Works are now for the first time collected and published in a

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