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" TUNE—" The Boatman." YE gales that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boatman, Bear me frae hence, or bring to me My brave, my bonny Scotman. In haly bands We join'd our hands, Yet may not this discover, While parents rate A large estate, Before... "
Dante and the Early Astronomers - Page 103
by Mary Acworth Orr - 1807 - 359 pages
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Travels in Scotland, by an Unusual Route: With a Trip to the ..., Volume 1

James Hall (of Walthamstow.) - Scotland - 1807
...and the fortunes of the great under the form of pastorals — to bring them down to the simpilcity, ease, and familiarity of a country life. It was on...composed : Ye gales that gently wave the sea, And plea*; the canny boatman ; Bear me from hence, or bring to me, My brave, my bonny Scotsman. In haly...
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The Songs of Scotland, Ancient and Modern: With an Introduction ..., Volume 3

Allan Cunningham - Ballads, Scots - 1825
...Pretender ; at all events, the white rose of the Stuarts marks it for a Jacobite song. THE BONNY SCOT. Ye gales, that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boat-man, Bear me frae hence, or bring to me My brave, my bonny Scot-man ! In haly bands We join'd our hands, Yet may...
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The Scottish Songs, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - Ballads, Scots - 1829
...old Italian author. See Chalmerfs Life ofRuddintan. 635 THE BONNY SCOT. RAMSAY. TUNE — The Boatman. YE gales, that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boat-man, Bear me frae hence, or bring to me My brave, my bonny Scot-man. In haly bands we joined our hands, Yet may...
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The Scottish Songs, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - Ballads, Scots - 1829
...And, for strumpets and jilts, 1 abhor them, by Jove !* THE BONNY SCOT. RAMSAY. TUNE— The Boatman. YE gales, that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boat-man, • From the Tea-Table Miscellany, where it is marked by the signature L ; the initial, no doubt, of...
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The works of Allen Ramsay. With life of the author by G. Chalmers ..., Volume 2

Allan Ramsay, George Chalmers - History - 1851
...courage is ready, Which makes me delight in my soger laddie. THE BONOT SCOT. TUNE—" The Boatman." YE gales that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boatman, Bear me frae hence, or bring to me My brave, my bonny Scotman. In haly bands We join'd our hands, Yet may not...
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The Songs of Scotland Chronologically Arranged, with Introduction and Notes

1872
...lay down, The right ye hae to Britain's Isle, And offer mo yer crown. BONNIE SCOT-MAN. ALLAN RAMSAY. YE gales, that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boat-man, Bear me frae hence, or bring to mo My brave, my bonnie Scot-man. In haly bands we joined our hands, Yet may...
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The Poems of Allan Ramsay, Volume 2

Allan Ramsay, George Chalmers, Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee - 1877
...courage is ready, Which makes me delight in my soger laddie. THE BONNY SCOT. TUNE—" The Boatman." Ye gales that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boatman, Bear me frae hence, or bring to me My brave, my bonny Scotman. In haly bands We join'd our hands, Yet may not...
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An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is ..., Volume 1

John Jamieson - English language - 1879 - 5 pages
...uroperly denotes that species of knowledge which implies artfulness. 3. Attentive, wary, watchful, S. • Ye gales that gently wave the sea, And please the canny boatman. Bear me frae hence, or bring to me My brave, my bonny Scot-man. Кат&ч/'а Роет», ii. 256. That this...
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