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Page 13 - Such is the sacred hunger for gold. Then come to my pack, While I cry " What d'ye lack, What d'ye buy ? For here it is to be sold.
Page 108 - Deeside tales ; or sketches of men and manners among the peasantry of upper Deeside since 1745. Map. 12°, Aberd. 1872. New edit. by FC Diack, with introduction and biography of author. 8°, Aberd. 1908. [RHIND, W.] Li2ars' Victoria and Albert Tour, from Aberdeen to Balmoral, etc.
Page 13 - Gentles all, now fare you well, I must trudge my wares to sell ; Lads so blythe and dames so young Drop a guerdon for my song, Juat let me have a touch of your gold.
Page 110 - ABERDEEN AWA' Sketches of its Men, Manners, and Customs. BY GEORGE WALKER. With Portraits and Ilhistrations. The volume contains nearly double the matter which appeared in Brown.s Book-Stall.
Page 83 - He was a prominent and faithful churchman, taking a deep and sincere interest in all eccleciastical affairs ; and was a member of a number of learned societies, including the American Philogical Society, in which he was especially prominent.
Page 77 - Sum quod eris, fui quod es — I am what thou wilt be; I have been what thou art Sunt superis sua jura.
Page 73 - War protests, the last years of the fifties and the first few years of the sixties, young people of right and left lay down together like the lion and the lamb — sometimes more like the boy and the girl.
Page 103 - Edinburgh mail coach with flowers and evergreens, but he had it running that day with no fewer than six horses in splendid new harness.