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" Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets ! Here's to all the wandering train ! Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all cry out Amen! "
Poems: Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect - Page 96
by Robert Burns - 1869
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The poetical works of Robert Burns: with notes, glossary, index of first ...

Robert Burns - 1896 - 635 pages
...cant about decorum 310 Who have characters to lose. Here 's to budgets, bags, and wallets ! Here 's to all the wandering train ! Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all cry out Amen ! [THE SAILOR'S SONG.] Tho' women's minds, like winter winds, May shift, an' turn, and a' that, The...
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History of English Literature ...

Hippolyte Taine - 1897
...have characters to lose. Here's to budgets, bags and wallets I Here's to all the wandering train I Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all cry out Amen." the instinct of destruction and an appeal to the senses ; there is hatred of cant and return to nature....
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The Poems of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - Poetry, Scottish - 1898 - 331 pages
...about decorum, Who have character to lose. A fig for, &c. Here's to budgets, bags and wallets ! Here's to all the wandering train. Here's our ragged brats and callets, One and all cry out, Amen ! Chorus. A fig for those by law protected ! Liberty's a glorious feast ! Courts for cowards were erected,...
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Early Critical Reviews on Robert Burns

Henry Mackenzie, James Currie, John Wilson, Thomas Carlyle, Alexander Peterkin, Sir Walter Scott, Josiah Walker, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, David Irving - Scotland in literature - 1900 - 8 pages
...about decorum Who have characters to lose. A fig, Ac. VI. Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets! Here's to all the wandering train! Here's our ragged brats and callets! One and all cry out, Amen! A fig, &c. We are at a loss to conceive any good reason why Dr. Currie did not introduce this singular and...
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The poetical works of Robert Burns, ed. by A. Smith. Vignette ed

Robert Burns - 1901
...about decorum Who have characters to lose. A fig, etc. Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets ! Here's to all the wandering train ! Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all cry out, Amen ! A fig, etc. A WINTER NIGHT. Poor naked wretches, wheresoe'er you are. That bide the pelting of this pitiless...
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A literary history of Scotland

John Hepburn Millar - English literature - 1903 - 703 pages
...them prate about decorum Who have character to lose. VI. Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets ! Here's to all the wandering train ! Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all, cry out, Amen ! Chorus. A iig for those by law protected ! Liberty's a glorious feast, Courts for cowards were erected,...
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The masters of English literature

Stephen Lucius Gwynn - English literature - 1904 - 423 pages
...them cant about decorum Who have characters to lose. Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets ! Here's to all the wandering train ! Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all cry out, Amen ! These admirable stanzas reveal, almost at his best, the Burns of the poems the poet of Tarn,...
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Garth's "Dispensary."

Sir Samuel Garth - History - 1905 - 175 pages
...them prate1 about decorum Who have characters to lose. VL Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets! Here's to all the wandering train! Here's our ragged brats and callets! One and all cry out, Amen! VII. A fig for those by law protected! Liberty's a glorious feast! Courts for cowards were erected,...
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The literature of roguery, Volume 1

Frank Wadleigh Chandler - Literary Criticism - 1907 - 584 pages
...beggar's strain, and concludes with an uproarious : Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets ! Here 's to all the wandering train ! Here's our ragged brats and callets ! One and all cry out Amen. Later scoundrel verse includes contributions from the nameless and the famous. "Life in St. George's...
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English Poetry and Prose of the Romantic Movement

George Benjamin Woods - England - 1916 - 1432 pages
...them cant about decorum 0 Who have character to lose. Here's to budgets, bags, and wallets! Here's whose eye beheld My child Zuleika's face unveil'd!) <0 Hence, lead my daughter from her towe ! Chorut 525 A fig for those by law protected ! Liberty 'sa glorious feast ! Courts for cowards were...
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