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Series: Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott

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The Life of Scott Vol I by John Gibson LockhartI of IX
Memoirs of Sir Walter Scott In Five Volumes - Vol III by J. G. Lockhart
The Life of Scott Vol II by J. G. LockhartII of IX
The Life of Sir Walter Scott (memoirs of), vol III of IX by John Gibson LockhartIII of IX
The Life of Sir Walter Scott (memoirs of), vol IV of IX by John Gibson LockhartIV of IX
Memoirs Of The Life Of Sir Walter Scott, Bart; Vol. V. by J. G. LockhartV of IX
The Life of Sir Walter Scott (memoirs of), vol VI of IX by John Gibson LockhartVI of IX
The Life of Sir Walter Scott (memoirs of), vol VII of IX by John Gibson LockhartVII of IX
The Life of Sir Walter Scott (memoirs of), vol VIII of IX by John Gibson LockhartVIII of IX
The Life of Sir Walter Scott (memoirs of), vol IX of IX by John Gibson LockhartIX of IX
The life of Sir Walter Scott (Abridged by E. MacKerchar) by J. G. Lockhartabridged
Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by J. G. Lockhartabridged and edited

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