3 edition of The Anecdotage Of Glasgow found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
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Introduction; Legendary stories of the life of St. Mungo, Founder of the city of Glasgow; Parentage of St. Mungo; Story of St. Thenaw, the Mother of St.
Mungo; Birth of St. Mungo; St. Serf becomes foster-father to St. Mungo; Story of the Robin; Story. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Malloch, D. Macleod (Donald Macleod), Book of Glasgow anecdote. London: T.N. Foulis, (OCoLC) Genre/Form: Anecdotes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Malloch, Donald Macleod.
Book of Glasgow anecdote. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, The Anecdotage of Glasgow Story of the Robin The other boys who were being brought up and educated with St. Mungo by St. Serf are said to have been jealous of the love shown to him by their master, and to have done what they could to do him mischief.
The Anecdotage of Glasgow Story of St. Mungo's Bell JOCELIN, in his life of St. Kentigern, states that "the saint went seven times to Rome, and consulted the blessed Gregory concerning his state." He laid open, in their order, all the fortunes that had befallen him.
The Anecdotage of Glasgow Story of the Frozen Branch IN the refectory, it is stated, there was a fire which had been sent down thither from heaven, and which St.
Serf’s disciples watched by turns in the night, one after another, that it might not be suffered to go out. The Book of Glasgow Anecdote Hardcover – 1 Jan.
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It is jam packed with wonderful short stories and is difficult to stop reading as they are all so interesting. Glasgow in Published: Author: James Hamilton Muir. Although I have to say, a lot of Jack House's stories come directly from "The Anecdotage Of Glasgow" by Robert Alison ().
A book you can pick up from online book dealers and a 'must read' for anyone interested in old Glasgow. And I mean old.
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