The Bard of Tweeddale

sir-tamburlaine-bryce-macgregorAt the height of his powers in the middle years of the nineteenth century Sir Tamburlaine Bryce MacGregor was the preeminent Scottish writer and the equal of any in Greater Britain.

Destiny McCloud, Edenborough Review

Site Map

A Work of Fiction

The Editor

The Bard of Tweeddale (this page)

Sir Tamburlaine Bryce MacGregor

Acts of the Servant

The Publishers, then and now

  • Sir Sidney Beresford and Master John Lucas (article pending)
  • Hare & Drum, publishers of the revised edition of Acts of the Servant (article pending)


One thought on “The Bard of Tweeddale

  1. Very impressive. I’m sure much research went in to this. I can’t help but wonder if you are related to Sir Mac Gregor.

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