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Page 137 - She looked at a boat with the breezes that swung Away on the wave, like a bird of the main ; And aye as it lessened, she sighed and she sung, " Fareweel to the lad I shall ne'er see again...
Page 137 - The bonny young Flora sat sighing her lane, The dew on her plaid, and the tear in her e'e. She looked at a boat with the breezes that swung Away on the wave, like a bird of the main ; And aye, as it lessened, she sighed and she sang, — Farewell to the lad I shall ne'er see again...
Page 132 - First William the Norman, then William his son ; Henry, Stephen, and Henry, then Richard and John. Next Henry the Third, Edwards one, two, and three ; And again, after Richard, three Henrys we see.
Page 146 - Oh weel I ken my ain lassie, Kind love is in her ee. 1 Beguile.—' If.— ' Scared — « Own. I SEE a form, I see a face, Ye weel may wi' the fairest place : It wants, to me, the witching grace, The kind love that 's in her ee.
Page 244 - Fair though the lassie be; 0 weel I ken my ain lassie, Kind love is in her ee. I SEE a form, I see a face, Ye weel may wi' the fairest place : It wants, to me, the witching grace, The kind love that 's in her ee.
Page 67 - Faith, thank you so much for letting me come and talk to you ; you can't think what a relief it is when I am puzzled.
Page 161 - Elizabeth — saved a piece for me ; and she kept one of the black silk gowns (she has been in the house ever since she was a child), to put in the family chest.
Page 208 - Pour tout le monde il faut avoir Perruque blonde, et collet noir...