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" Saddled and bridled, And booted rade he: A plume in his helmet, A sword at his knee ; But toom cam' his saddle A' bluidy to see, O hame cam' his gude horse, But never cam "
Bread Upon the Waters - Page 176
by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik - 1870 - 269 pages
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The Southern literary messenger

History
...the sign of despair '." The ballad we speak of is as follows : " Saddled and bridled and booted rode he, A plume in his helmet, a sword at his knee : But loom cam' the saddle a' bluidy to see, And hame cam' the steed, but hame never cam' h« ! Down cam'...
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The songs of England and Scotland

England - History - 1835
...Ferguson of Craigdarrort — CK SlJAHHK. l HAME NEVER CAME HE. Saddled and bridled, And booted, rode he, A plume in his helmet, A sword at his knee ; But toom came the saddle, All bloody to see, And hame came his steed, But hame never came he. Down came...
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The Works of Robert Burns: Containing His Life

Robert Burns, John Gibson Lockhart, James Currie - Scotland - 1837 - 425 pages
...welcome, my dear lad. To take a part of mine. HAME NEVER CAME HE. SADDLED, and bridled, and booted rod* he, A plume in his helmet, a sword at his knee ; But toom cam' the saddle, all bluidr to am, And hame cam' the steed, but ham« never ваш' he. Down cam'...
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Alice Learmont ; Or, A Mother's Love

Dinah Maria Mulock Craik - 1859 - 166 pages
...laug o' comin' ? " " Haud your tongue, Mistress Thomas ; ye're no fit for a Border wife. My son sall come and gang as it pleases him." " Aweel, aweel,"...see, And hame cam his gude horse — but never cam he ! " drich scream, when, as if in strange coincidence, the clatter of a horse's hoofs came nearer and...
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A Hero: Bread Upon the Waters, Alice Learmont

Dinah Maria Mulock Craik - History and criticism - 1859 - 269 pages
...with the ribbons of the yet empty cradle, until the voice of Daft Simmie made her start once more. " Out cam his mither dear, greeting fu' sair, Out cam...his saddle, all bluidy to see, And hame cam his gude horse—but never cam he !" Hardly had ceased the song, which in the gathering darkness sounded almost...
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Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland: With Many Old and Familiar ..., Volume 2

Robert Ford - Scottish ballads and songs - 1901 - 259 pages
...the corn is unshorn, But bonnie George Campbell will never return. Saddled and bridled, and booted rade he, A plume in his helmet, a sword at his knee; But toom cam' the saddle, all bloody to see; Hame cam' his gude horse, but never cam' he. Where is he lying,...
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Vagabond songs and ballads of Scotland. Ed., with notes, by R. Ford

Robert Ford - 1904
...the corn is unshorn, But bonnie George Campbell will never return. Saddled and bridled, and booted rade he, A plume in his helmet, a sword at his knee ; But toom cam' the saddle, all bloody to see; Hame cam' his gude horse, but never cam' he. 3II Where is...
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The Tripled Crown: A Book of English, Scotch and Irish Verse

Children's poetry, English - 1908 - 304 pages
...and my corn is unshorn, My barn is to bigg and my babe is unbourn.' Saddled and bridled and booted rade he, A plume in his helmet, a sword at his knee; But toom cam' his saddle a' bluidy to see, Hame cam' his guid horse, but never cam' he. OLD SCOTTISH BALLAD...
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The Best English and Scottish Ballads

Ballads, English - 1911 - 375 pages
...And my corn is unshorn, My barn is to bigg, And my babe is unborn.' 3. Saddled and bridled And booted rade he; A plume in his helmet, A sword at his knee; But toom cam' his saddle A' bluidy to see, O hame cam' his gude horse, But never cam' he! BOOK IV ROBIN...
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Captains of Adventure

Roger S. Pocock - Adventure and adventurers - 1913 - 376 pages
...in the saddle to cheer her with a scrap of song for farewell: " Saddled and bridled, and booted rode he, A plume in his helmet, a sword at his knee." But the girl took up the verse, her song broken with sobbing: " But toom' cam' the saddle, all bluidy to...
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