The History of Wolfelee
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The History of Wolfelee
Palliser Hudson
Casell & Co., 1921

The origins of Wolfelee go back to the late 16th-early 17th centuries. It is located between England and Scotland. It is now a hotel. The house was immortalized as Wolfcrag castle in the Walter Scott's The Heart of Midlothian and Guy Mannering. The house was the seat of the Hume, Cransoun and Elliot Families and the book describes their interests, the landscape and the house. The author discusses visits by both John Ruskin and Walter Scott. This copy is inscribed by the author. Rare. Only three copies in the UK; no copies in America until this copy was acquired by the Festival Institute Bybee Library.

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