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Todo:Rose the Red and White Lily

Scott, Walter, ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish border; consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland; with a few of Modern Date, founded upon Local Tradition (Kelso; London; Edinburgh, 1802), vol. II, pp. 60-72: Rose the Red and White Lilly

Vol. II, p. 60: "This legendary tale is given chiefly from Mrs Brown's MS".

Vol. II, p. 60: "Perhaps the ballad may have originally related to the history of the celebrated Robin Hood; as mention is made of Barnisdale, his favourite abode." [Entire passage printed in italic type, except "Robin Hood" in ordinary type.]

Vol. II, p. 62, st. [12]: And out then spake her White Lilly— —" My sister, we'll be gane : Why suld we stay in Barnisdale, To mourn our bour within ?"—

Vol. II, p. 71: st. [48]: " Our father is a wealthy lord, Lives into Barnisdale; But we had a wicked step-mother, That wrought us meikle bale.


Scott, Walter, ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish border; consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland; with a few of Modern Date, founded upon Local Tradition. Second Edition (Edinburgh; London, 1803), vol. II, pp. 67-79: Rose the Red and White Lilly.

Vol. II, p. 67: As above, vol. II, p. 60, except that "Robin Hood" is in italics (like the rest of the passage) in the 2nd ed.

Vol. II, p. 69, st. [12]: As above, vol. II, p. 62, st. [12].

Vol. II, p. 78: st. [48]: as above, vol. II, p. 71: st. [48].