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WAVERLEY.

PRINTED BY JULES DIDOT, SENIOR, PRINTER TO HIS MAJESTY, No 6, RUE DU PONT-DE-LODI.

OR,

'TIS SIXTY YEARS SINCE.

BY SIR WALTER SCOTT.

Under which king, Bezonian? speak, or die!

Henry IV. Part II.

NEW EDITION,

WITH THE AUTHOR'S NOTES, ETC.

IN THREE YOLUMES.

VOL. III.

PARIS:
PUBLISHED BY A. AND W. GALIGNANI,
AT THE ENGLISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN, GERMAN, AND SPANISH LIBRARY,

N° 18, RUE VIVIENNE.

1830.

BIBLIOTHECA

REGIA MONACENSIS.

3 TAATSB113LIOTHEK MUENCHEN

WAVERLEY;

OR,

'TIS SIXTY YEARS SINCE.

CHAPTER I.

An unexpected Embarrassment.

When the battle was over, and all things coming into order, the Baron of Bradwardine, returning from the duty of the day, and having disposed those under his command in their proper stations, sought the Chieftain of Glennaquoich and his friend Edward Waverley. He found the former busied in determining disputes among his clansmen about points of precedence and deeds of valour, besides sundry high and doubtful questions concerning plunder. The most important of the last respected the

property of a gold watch, which had once belonged to some unfortunate English officer.

VOL. III,

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