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" Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spur should be in my horse's side, And the bridle upon his mane. "' If they hae twenty thousand blades, And we twice ten times ten, Yet they hae but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad... "
The Clan Donald - Page 157
by Angus MacDonald, Archibald Macdonald - 1896
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SCOTLAND HISTORIC AND ROMANTIC

MARIA HORNOR LANSDALE - 1901
...the enemy's force, consults his squire as to what it were best to do, and the instant reply is : " If they hae twenty thousand blades, And we twice ten...but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men." Between Inverurie and Old Meld rum is Barra, the site of the battle won by Robert Bruce over Comyn,...
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English Prose and Verse from Beowulf to Stevenson

Henry Spackman Pancoast - English literature - 1915 - 816 pages
...I Glenallan's Earl this tide,7 And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spur should be in my horse's side, 33 And the bridle upon his mane. " ' If they hae twenty...but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men. 40 "'My horse shall ride through ranks sae rude, As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er lot the gentle...
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English prose and verse from Beowulf to Stevenson

Henry Spackman Pancoast - Literary Criticism - 1915 - 816 pages
...I Glenallan's Earl this tide,7 And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spur should be in my horse's side, 36 And the bridle upon his mane. "'If they hae twenty...twice ten times ten, Yet they hae but their tartan plaid?, And we are mail-clad men. 40 "'My horse shall ride through ranks sae rude, As through the moorland...
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The Antiquary

Walter Scott - Fiction - 1995 - 541 pages
...tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spur should be in my horse's side, And the bridle upon his mane. Yet they hae but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men. As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er let the gentle Norman blude 'My horse shall ride through ranks...
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