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Side 203 - My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart's in the Highlands, a-chasing the deer; A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe, My heart's in the Highlands wherever I go...
Side 160 - God bless the King !— God bless the Faith's defender !— God bless — No harm in blessing the Pretender. Who that Pretender is, and who that King,— God bless us all, — is quite another thing.
Side 323 - I hope, sir," answered Fairford, civilly, " you are in the habit of reading better books." " Faith," answered Nanty, " with help of a little Geneva text, I could read my Sallust as well as you can ; " and snatching the book from Alan's hand, he began to read, in the Scottish accent.
Side 3 - ... practised by various great authors, and by ourselves in the preceding chapters. Nevertheless, a genuine correspondence of this kind (and Heaven forbid it should be in any respect sophisticated by interpolations of our own !) can seldom be found to contain all in which it is necessary to instruct the reader for his full comprehension of the story.
Side 240 - Charlie,' upon the tenth of June. He is a black sheep, and deserves no encouragement." " Not a bad tune though, after all," said Summertrees ; and, turning to the window, he half hummed, half whistled, the air in question, then sang the last verse aloud: Oh I...