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1805
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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: A Poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1805 - 319 pages
...accordingly administered to the wizard, who died in consequence of eating it. The words that clove Eildon hills in three, And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone. St. XIII. p. 44-. Michael Scott was, once upon a time, much embarrassed by a spirit, for whom he was...
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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: A Poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1805 - 319 pages
...cave, Him listed his magic wand to wave, The bells would ring in Notre Dame ! Some of his skill he taught to me ; And, warrior, I could say to thee, The words that clove Eildon hills in three, And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone : But to speak them were a...
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The lay of the last minstrel, a poem

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1806
...consequence of eating it; surviving, however, long enough to put to death his treacherous confidante. The words, that cleft Eildon hills in three, And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone. St. XIII. p. 52. Michael Scott was, once upon a time, much embarrassed by a spirit, for whom he was...
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Caledonian Sketches, Or A Tour Through Scotland in 1807: To which is ...

Sir John Carr - Scotland - 1809 - 317 pages
...cave Him listed his magic wand to wave, " The bells would ring in Notre Djme ! Some of his skill he taught to me; And, warrior, I could say to thee The words that cleft Eildon Hills in three." Canto ii. p. 51. . Upon the summit of the most northerly hills are the vestiges of»a Roman camp. Melrose...
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Caledonian sketches

Sir John Carr - Literary Criticism - 1809 - 317 pages
..." Him listed his magic wand to wave, " The bells would ring in Notre Dame! *' Some of his skill he taught to me; " And, warrior, I could say to thee " The words that cleft Eildon Hills in three." Canto ii. p. 52. Upon the summit of the most northerly hills are the vestiges of a Roman camp. Melrose...
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The Metamorphosis of Sona: A Hindú Tale: with a Glossary, Descriptive of the ...

John Dudley - Mythology, Hindu - 1810 - 144 pages
...Minstrel, to have been known to the wizard Michael Scott. They are alluded to in the following lines : — Warrior, I could say to thee The words that cleft...three, And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone. The words may not again be said ; They would rend this abbayes massy nave, And pile it in heaps above...
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The lay of the last minstrel, a poem. With Ballads and lyrical pieces

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1811
...cave, Him listed his magic wand to wave, The bells would ring in Notre Dame ! Some of his skill he taught to me; And, Warrior, I could say to thee The...And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone: But to apeak them were a deadly sin ; And for haying but thought them my heart within, A treble penance must...
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The lay of the last minstrel, a poem. With Ballads and lyrical pieces

Walter Scott (sir, bart.) - 1812
...of eating it ; surviving, however, long enough to put to death his treacherous confidante. Note XIV. The words, that cleft Eildon Hills in three, And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone. — P. 52. Michael Scott was, once upon a time, much embarrassed by a spirit, for whom he was under...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: The lay of the last minstrel. Ballads and ...

Sir Walter Scott - Poetry - 1813
...of eating it; surviving, however, long enough to put to death his treacherous confidante. Note XIV. The words that cleft Eildon Hills in three, And bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone.—P. 52. Michael Scott was, once upon a time, much embarrassed by a spirit, for whom he was...
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St. Clyde

St. Clyde (fict.name.) - 1816
...hardly believe that iron was capable of being sawed like a piece of oak, and therefore only he who cleft Eildon hills .in three, and bridled the Tweed with a curb of stone, and twined ropes out of the sand of the sea, could have assisted out of his fetters and from a jail...
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