1 edition of Around the Orkney peat-fires found in the catalog.
Around the Orkney peat-fires
|Statement||compiled by W. R. Mackintosh.|
|Contributions||Mackintosh, William R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||215 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||215|
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Author: W R MackintoshPublisher: W R Mackintosh, Kirkwall Sizemo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall Condition:Front & back hinges cracked, spine loose with some wear to cloth covering, ink spattering to front board - else a good reading copy of this hard to find volume. Special Note on Shipping Cost For Overseas Delivery: Please note the shipping cost quoted for Overseas delivery. Described by W.R. Mackintosh in Around the Orkney Peat-Fires (): “a born character, brimful of pawky humour and resource, which extricated him from many a scrape”, Mansie appealed to the anti-establishment and prohibited locals of the time – the Robin Hood of Orkney was everyone’s, bar the tax collectors, pal.
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Excerpt from Around the Orkney Peat-Fires: Being Sketches of Notable Orcadians, Smuggling Anecdotes, Stories of the Press-Gang and Witch and Other Stories With' notable Orcadians, the second is devoted to smuggling anecdotes, the third gives tales of the press-gang, and the last part is mainly.5/5(1).
Around the Orkney peat-fires: being sketches of notable Orcadians, smuggling anecdotes, stories of the press-gang, and witch and other stories Eighth edition. MACKINTOSH W. (Compiler) Published by Kirkwall Press ().
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Macintosh. Buy Around the Orkney peat-fires; being sketches of notable Orcadians, smuggling anecdotes, stories of the press-gang, and witch and other tales by Mackintosh, W. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). The ORKNEY PEAT-FIRES. walls, or the remains of the walls, of the house and *' yards " are distinctly visible at the present day.
Access to the water of the burn was con- veniently obtained by a flight of stone steps from the water up the face of the steep incline to the.
level of the surrounding peat-moss. Around the Orkney Peat Fires is A book full of adventure-packed stories, featuring the Press Gangs, smugglers and witches - tales as entertaining now as they were over a century ago.
Delightful, easy to read stories, once told around blazing fires on dark, 'coorse' Orcadian nights before TV.
Folklore and Myth. Explore the rich folklore and mythology of Orkney. The folktales of Orkney gathered together in one book. £ Add to cart More. Add to Compare. Quick view. £ Around the Orkney Peat Fires Review(s): 0. Short stories by W.R. Mackintosh. £ Add to cart More.
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Around the Orkney Peat Fires: by William R. Mackintosh. Published: c, 9th editionby The Orcadian, Kirkwall. In print. Traditional tales of notable Orcadians, smuggling anecdotes, press-gangs and witchcraft. Orkney Folklore and Sea Legends: by Walter Traill Dennison: edited by Tom Muir.
Published Kirkwallpp. Very good, like new Around the Orkney Peat Fires by W R Mackintosh. pages or short stories which can be read aloud in the traditional way. Read full description See details and exclusions - Book, Around the Orkney Peat Fires stories Mackintosh, paperback story telling.
Around the Orkney peat-fires: being sketches of notable Orcadians smuggling anecdotes, stories of the press-gang, and witch and other stories / By William R.
Mackintosh. Abstract "First pubished in the columns of the 'Orcadian' newspaper about twenty years ago." Cf.
of access: InternetAuthor: William R. Mackintosh. Thought to have been erected around BC, the Odin Stone, or Stone o' Odin, stood approximately metres (8 feet) high with a breadth of about one metre ( feet). The location of the Odin Stone was unclear until Maywhen archaeologists, surveying over 8, metres of land surrounding the Stenness stones.
The Standing Stones of Stenness, mouldering, scarred and grey with age, rising as they do from an unbroken bed of heather always have a weird mysterious appearance." Around the Orkney Peat Fires S tanding at a maximum height of six metres (around 19 feet), the sheer scale of the megaliths that make up the Stones o' Stenness, make the monument.
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The Orkney Bus, which travels direct from Inverness to Kirkwall and utilises the John O' Groats passenger ferry link, runs between June and the start of September. In his book, Around the Orkney Peat-Fires, William Mackintosh describes the Stones o’ Stenness in this way: “Even in daylight the place has something uncanny about it.
The Standing Stones o’ Stenness, mouldering, scarred and grey with age, rising as they do from and unbroken bed of heather always have a weird mysterious appearance.”.
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The islands lie on the key shipping route around the north of Britain and the huge expanse of Scapa Flow provides what was Author: Simon Calder.