kept at the printing-house; and of course Sir Walter (who alone in fact had capital at stake) might have there examined ... if he ever once attempted to do so; and it is certain that they were never balanced during the latter years of the connection. ... and myself round the deserted halls of the ancient family of Riddell, and remarking how much it increased the wonder of ... I could, I believe, place before my reader the sum-total of sixpences that it had cost him to ride through turnpike - gatesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Life of Sir Walter Scott|
|Publisher||:||Ardent Media -|