Hawkie


THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A GANGREL
EDTED BY
JOHN STRATHESK

The Gangrel, on his timmer pegs,
Wha, through the day, for awmous begs;
At night, will dance on twa good legs
And - Whistle ower the lave o't.

- Charles Gray.


GLASGOW:
DAVID ROBERTSON & CO.
EDINBURGH: OLIVER & BOYD. PAISLEY: ALEX. GARDNER.
__________

1888.


CONTENTS.


CHAPTER I - The Early Years

CHAPTER II - Starting On "The Road."

CHAPTER III - The Dens Of Glasgow.

CHAPTER IV - The Irish "Question."

CHAPTER V - A Birthright For A Mess Of Pottage.

CHAPTER VI - On The Warpath - Buffy.

CHAPTER VII - In Full Swing.

CHAPTER VIII -  Kittle Company.

CHAPTER IX - The "Ins" And "Outs" Of Begging.

CHAPTER X - "A Chiel's Amang You Taking Notes."

CHAPTER XI - "Rogues In All Trades."

CHAPTER XII - Street Oratory.

CHAPTER XIII - "The Croon O' The Causeway."

CHAPTER XIV - The Gloamin' - "Some Hained Rig."

APPENDIX II - Street Oratory.

 


 

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The cover to Hawkie's autobiography, published in 1888.