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Count Robert of Paris by Walter Scott1098
The Betrothed by Walter Scott1187
The Talisman by Walter Scott1191
Ivanhoe by Walter Scott1194
Ivanhoe, Volume 1 by Walter Scott 1194
Ivanhoe Vol 2 by Walter Scott 1194
Ivanhoe Volume III by Walter Scott 1194
Castle Dangerous by Walter Scott1306
The Fair Maid of Perth by Walter Scott1402
The Fair Maid of Perth, Vol 1 by Walter Scott1402
The Fair Maid of Perth, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1402
Quentin Durward by Walter Scott1468
Quentin Durward (Vol. II of II) by Walter Scott1468
Anne of Geierstein, or The Maiden of the Mist by Walter Scott1474
Anne of Geierstein (Vol. II of II) by Walter Scott1474
The Monastery by Walter Scott1550
The Abbot by Walter Scott1567
Kenilworth by Walter Scott1575
Death of the Laird's Jock (bound w/ Chronicles of the Cannongate, The Betrothed, The Talisman, the highland widow) by Walter Scott 1600
The Fortunes of Nigel by Walter Scott1604
The Fortunes of Nigel, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1604
A Legend of Montrose by Walter Scott1645
Woodstock by Walter Scott1652
Woodstock, Vol 1 by Walter Scott 1652
Woodstock, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1652
Peveril of the Peak by Walter Scott1678
Peveril of the Peak, Vol. II of II by Walter Scott1678
Peveril of the Peak, Vol 3 by Walter Scott1678
Old Mortality by Walter Scott1679
The Bride of Lammermoor by Walter Scott1695
The Bride of Lammermoor, Vol 1 by Walter Scott1695
The Bride of Lammermoor, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1695
The Pirate by Walter Scott1700
The Pirate, Vol 1 by Walter Scott 1700
The Pirate, Vol 2 by Walter Scott 1700
My Aunt Margaret's Mirror by Walter Scott1702
The Black Dwarf by Walter Scott1706
Rob Roy by Walter Scott1715
Rob Roy, vol. 1 by Walter Scott1715
Rob Roy - Volume 02 by Walter Scott1715
The Heart of Midlothian by Walter Scott1736
The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Volume 1 by Walter Scott1736
The Heart of Midlothian, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1736
Waverley by Walter Scott1745
Waverley Volume 1 by Walter Scott1745
Waverley, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1745
Redgauntlet by Walter Scott1763
Redgauntlet, Vol 1 by Walter Scott1763
Redgauntlet, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1763
Guy Mannering by Walter Scott1765
Guy Mannering, Vol 1 by Walter Scott 1765
Guy Mannering, Vol 2 by Walter Scott 1765
The Highland Widow by Walter Scott1775
The Surgeon's Daughter by Walter Scott1780
The Tapestried Chamber by Walter Scott1782
The Two Drovers by Walter Scott1795
The Antiquary by Walter Scott1795
The Antiquary (Vol. I of II) by Walter Scott1795
The Antiquary, Vol 2 by Walter Scott1795
St. Ronan's Well by Walter Scott1812
St. Ronan's Well. Volume I by Walter Scott 1812
St. Ronan's Well (Vol. II of II) by Walter Scott1812
Chronicles of the Canongate, 1st set by Walter ScottOmnibus
Castle Dangerous (Vol. II of II) and Chronicles of the Canongate (Vol. I of II) by Walter ScottOmnibus
Chronicles of the Canongate, 1st and 2nd set by Walter ScottOmnibus
The talisman: The two drovers: My Aunt Margaret's mirror: Death of the Laird's: Woodstock: Count Robert of Paris by Walter ScottOmnibus

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In order of historical setting, the historical novels of Walter Scott, referred to collectively as the "Waverley Novels" after the title of his first novel.

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