The Scottish Review, 18

A. Gardner, 1891
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˹ 168 - Das Drüben kann mich wenig kümmern; Schlägst du erst diese Welt zu Trümmern, Die andre mag darnach entstehn. Aus dieser Erde quillen meine Freuden, Und diese Sonne scheinet meinen Leiden; Kann ich mich erst von ihnen scheiden, Dann mag, was will und kann, geschehn.
˹ 468 - has freedom to do all that he wills, provided he infringes not the equal freedom of any other...
˹ 362 - ... where the coast was indented with bays. They stood into a bay with their ships. There was an island out at the mouth of the bay, about which there were strong currents, wherefore they called it Straumey (Stream Isle).
˹ 364 - Skrellings was rushing towards them from every side, and they did not pause until they came to certain jutting crags, where they offered a stout resistance. Freydis came out, and seeing that Karlsefni and his men were fleeing, she cried : "Why do ye flee from these wretches, such worthy men as ye, when, meseems, ye might slaughter them like cattle.
˹ 404 - ... ground behind, all in a neglected state, undrained, wretchedly enclosed, much of it covered with nothing better than the native heath. The farm-house itself was small and poor, with a common kail-yard on one flank, and a staring barn of the doctor's erection on the other; while in front appeared a filtby pond covered with ducks and duckweed, from which the whole tenement had derived the unharmonious designation of Clarty Hole.
˹ 354 - There came also a ship from Greenland, less in size than small Icelandic trading vessels. It came into the outer Stream-firth. It was without an anchor. There were seventeen men on board, and they had sailed to Markland, but had afterwards been driven hither by storms at sea.