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" Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spur should be in my horse's side, And the bridle upon his mane. "' If they hae twenty thousand blades, And we twice ten times ten, Yet they hae but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad... "
The Clan Donald - Page 157
by Angus MacDonald, Archibald Macdonald - 1896
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The Antiquary, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1816 - 370 pages
...counsel of her ancestor: ' Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spear should be in my horse's side, And the bridle upon...their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men. " ' My herse shall ride through ranks sae rude, As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er let the gentle Norman...
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The Antiquary, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1816 - 370 pages
...counsel of her ancestor : " • Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spear should be in my horse's side, And the bridle upon...but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men. i , " * My horse shall ride through ranks sae rude, As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er let the...
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Antiquary. - Rob Roy

Sir Walter Scott - 1823
...Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, The spur should be in my horse's Bide, And the bridle upon his mane. " ' If they hae twenty...twice ten times ten. Yet they hae but their tartan plaid*, And we are mail-clad men. " ' My horse shall ride through ranks sac rude. As through the moorland...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 6

Sir Walter Scott
...Angus." Her voice rose and became more animated as she recited the warlike counsel of her ancestor : " ' Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland...ten times ten, Yet they hae but their tartan plaids, " ' My horse shall ride through ranks sie rude, As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er let the gentle...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 6

Sir Walter Scott - 1829
...Angus." Her voice rose and became more animated as she recited the warlike counsel of her ancestor : " ' Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland...And we twice ten times ten, Yet they hae but their tart;m plaids, " ' My horse shall ride through ranks sae rude, As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61

1847
...were Roland Cheyne, The spear should be in my horse's side, The bridle upon his mane. ' If they hac twenty thousand blades, And we twice ten times ten, Yet they hae bnt their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men. ' My horse shall ride through ranks sac rnde, As...
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Memoirs and Papers of Sir Andrew Mitchell, K. B.: Envoy ..., Volume 2

Andrew Bisset - Prussia (Germany) - 1850
...defeated Comyn, Earl of Buchan, King Edward the First's General. Here tradition also places the " ' Though they hae twenty thousand blades, And we twice ten...And we are mail-clad men. " ' My horse shall ride throngh ranks sae rude, As through the moorland fern, — Then ne'er let the gentle Norman blude Grow...
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Waverley Novels: The antiquary

Walter Scott - 1877
...Her voice rose and became more animated as she recited the warlike counsel of her ancestor— ' Were I Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland...mail-clad men. " ' My horse shall ride through ranks sac rude, As through the moorland fern, Then ne'er let the gentle Norman blude Grow cauld for Highland...
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Occasional Papers and Reviews

John Keble - Jews - 1877 - 506 pages
...Glenallan's Earl this tide, And ye were Roland Cheyne, My spur should be in my horse's side, And my bridle on his mane. " ' If they hae twenty thousand blades,...mail-clad men. " ' My horse shall ride through ranks so rude , As through the moorland fern ; Then ne'er let the gentle Norman blood Grow cauld for Highland...
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The Poem of the Cid

Epic poetry, Spanish - 1879 - 124 pages
...cavalleros devemos veneer aquelas mesnadas — with Roland Cheyne before the battle of Harlaw — ' If they hae twenty thousand blades, And we twice ten...but their tartan plaids, And we are mail-clad men. Vukp. 82. " " ' * ' 49 APPENDIX TO INTRODUCTION. i. ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF THE CID. Nuno Rasura,...
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