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" The cudgel in my nieve did shake, Each bristl'd hair stood like a stake, When wi' an eldritch, stoor quaick, quaick, Amang the springs, Awa ye squatter'd like a drake, On whistling wings. Let warlocks grim, an' wither'd hags, Tell how wi... "
The humorous poetry of the english language - Page 248
by J. Parton - 1856
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Orange lily, by the author of 'Queenie'. by M. Crommelin

Maria Henrietta De la Cherois-Crommelin - 1880
...I gat a fright. Each bristled hair stood like a stake, When wi' an eldritch stoor, quaiek, quaick, Amang the springs, Awa ye squatter'd like a drake, On whistling wings." BtJBNi. THE girls had all passed through the side-door first, therefore the young men and lads were...
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An Empire of Information: Uniting Four Regions of Thought ...

John McGovern - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1880 - 700 pages
...A muir is a marshy waste. The last line means " O'er dug-up dead" : Let warlocks grim, and withered hags, Tell how wi' you, on ragweed nags, They skim the muirs and dizzy crags, i Wi' wicked speed; i And in kirkyards renew their leagues Owre howkit dead. The Scotchman...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers ...

Matthew Arnold - English poetry - 1881
...fist. ' hoarse. :luu ixd. Let warlocks ' grim, an' withered hags, Tell how wi' you on ragweed2 nags, They skim the muirs, an' dizzy crags, Wi' wicked...an' plunge the kirn * in vain ; For, oh ! the yellow treasure 's taen By witching skill ; An' dawtit 6, twal-pint 6 Hawkie's gaen As yell's7 the bill"....
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The English Poets: Addison to Blake

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1881
...fist. ' hoarse. ' fluttered. J Let warlocks' grim, an' withered hags, Tell how wi' you on ragweed 2 nags, They skim the muirs, an' dizzy crags, Wi' wicked...May plunge an' plunge the kirn * in vain ; For, oh I the yellow treasure's taen By witching skill ; An' dawtit", twal-pint 5 Hawkie's gaen As yell's 7...
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Poems

Robert Burns - 1881
...Amang the springs Away ye squattered. like a drake, On whistling wings. Let warlocks grim, an' withered hags, Tell how wi' you on ragweed nags, They skim...kirkyards renew their leagues Owre howkit dead. Thence count ra wives, wi' toil an' pain May plunge an' plunge the kirn in vain ; For, oh! the yellow treasure's...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers ...

Matthew Arnold - English poetry - 1881
...bush of rushes. ' fist. ' hoarse. Let warlocks' grim, an' withered hags, Tell how wi' you on ragweed 2 nags, They skim the muirs, an' dizzy crags, Wi' wicked...And in kirk-yards renew their leagues, Owre howkit 8 dead. Thence, countra wives, wi' toil an' pain, May plunge an' plunge the kirn * in vain; For, oh...
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The poetical works of Robert Burns, ed. by W.M. Rossetti. ed. by W.M ...

Robert Burns - 1881
...nieve7 did shake, Kach bristled hair stood like a stake, When wi' an eldritch stoor quaick, quaick, Amang the springs, Awa' ye squatter'd, like a drake, On whistling wings. Let warlocks grim, and wither'd hags, Tell how wi' you, on ragweed nags, They skim the muirs and dizzy crags, Wi' wicked...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volume 3

M. Arnold - English poetry - 1881
...Let warlocks ' grim, an' withered hags, Tell how wi' you on ragweed 2 nags, They skim the muirs, an1 dizzy crags, Wi' wicked speed ; And in kirk-yards renew their leagues, Owre howkit3 dead. Thence, countra wives, wi' toil an' pain, May plunge an' plunge the kirn 4 in vain ;...
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TEXT-BOOK OF POETRY; FORM WORDSWORTH,COLERIDGE, BURNS, BEATTIE, GOLD-SMITH ...

REV. HENRY N. HUDSON, LL.D. - 1882
...hair stood like a stake, When, wi' an eldritch, stoor quaick Amang the springs [quack, Away yc squatter'd, like a drake, On whistling wings. Let...you, on ragweed nags. They skim the muirs an' dizzy erags, Wi' wicked speed ; And m kirkyards renew their leagues Owre howkit dead. Thence countra wives,...
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The poetical works of Robert Burns, ed. by W.M. Rossetti. ed. by W.M ...

Robert Burns - 1882
...wings. Let warlocks grim, and wither'd hags, Tell how wi' you, on ragweed nags, They skim the muirs and dizzy crags, Wi' wicked speed ; And in kirk-yards renew their leagues Owre howkit6 dead. Thence countra wives, wi' toil and pain, May plunge and plunge the kirn in vain : 1 Flaming...
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