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" ... time ; upon which he was desired by the porter to desist, otherwise he would find cause to repent his rudeness. His majesty finding this • method would not do, desired the porter to tell his master, that the Good-man of Baliageich desired to speak... "
Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ... - Page 204
1820
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The statistical account of Scotland: Drawn up from the ..., Volume 21

Sir John Sinclair - Scotland - 1799
...the goodman of Ballageich * defired to fpeak with the King of Kippen. The porter telling Arnpryor fo much, he in all humble manner came and received the King, and having entertained him with much fumptuoufnefs and jollity, became fo agreeable to King James, that he allowed him tp take as much of...
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A journey from Edinburgh through parts of North Britain, Volume 2

Alexander Campbell - History - 1802
...good man of ŁaUin~ guich defired to fpeak with the king of Kippen. The porter telling Arnpryor fo much, he in all humble manner came and received the king, and having entertained him with much fumptuoufnefs and jollity, became fo agreeable to King, James that he allowed him to take fo much of...
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A journey from Edinburgh through parts of North Britain

Alexander Campbell - 1811
...finding this method would not do, desired the porter to tell his master that the good man of Ba/litiguirh desired to speak with the king of Kippen. The porter...came and received the king, and having entertained hiin with much sumptuousness and jollity, became so agreeable to King James, that he allowed him to...
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The history of Stirling. To which is added, a sketch of a tour to Callander ...

Stirling town - History - 1812
...desired. to speak with the king of Kippen. The •J» orter telling Arnpryor so much, he in all humble Lie manner came and received the king, and having entertained him with much sumptonsness and jollity, became so agreeable to King James that he allowed him te take«o much of...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott, esq, Volume 4

Sir Walter Scott - 1818
...finding this method wonld not do, desired the porter to tell his master that the good man of Ballageigh desired to speak with the king of Kippen. The porter telling Arnpryor so mnch, he, in all hnmhle manner, came and received the king, and having entertained him with mnch snmptnonsness...
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The Scotsman's Library: Being a Collection of Anecdotes and Facts ...

James Mitchell - Scotland - 1825 - 740 pages
...finding this method would nol do, desired the porter to tell M> matter that the good-man of Ballageigh desired to speak with the king of Kippen. The porter...Arnpryor so much, he, in all humble manner, came and leceived the king, and having entertained him with much sumptuousness nnd jollity, became so agreeable...
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The lady of the lake: a poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1834 - 232 pages
...that the good man of Ballageith desired to speak with the king of Kippen. The porter telling Arnpryot so much, he, in all humble manner, came and received the king, and having entertained him with murh sumptuousness and jollity, became so agreeable to King James, that he allowed him to take so much...
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The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott - Literary Criticism - 1831 - 490 pages
...the porter to tell his master that the good man nf "lageiyh desired to speak with the king of Kippru. The porter telling Arnpryor so much, he, in all humble manner, came and received (he king, and having enter :ained him with much sumptuousness and jollity, he came so agreeable to...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1838
...finding this method would not do, desired the porter to tell his master that the good-man of Dallinguich desired to speak with the king of Kippen. The porter...received the king, and having entertained him with much aumptuoosneas and jollity, became so agreeable to King James, that he allowed him to take BO much of...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1838
...finding this method would not do, desired the porter to tell his master that the good-man of Ballageigh desired to speak with the king of Kippen. The porter telling Arnpryor so much, he, in all humbk manner, came and received the king, and having entertained him with much sumptuousness andjolity,...
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