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" Lord, send us peace into the realm, That every man may live on his own ! I trust to God, if it be his will, That Weardale men may never be overthrown. For great troubles they've had in hand, With Borderers pricking hither and thither, But the greatest... "
The British Poets - Page 125
1866
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1880
...trust to God, if it be his will, That Weardale men may never be overthrown. For great troubles they 've had in hand, With Borderers pricking hither and thither, But the greatest fray that o'er they had, Was with the men of Thiiiwall and Willie-haver They gather'd together so royally, The...
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Northern Garlands: A Collection of Songs

Joseph Ritson - Ballads, English - 1887 - 261 pages
...Go war the bows of Hartlie-hurn See they sharp their arrows on the wa': Warn Witteva, and spear Edom Lord, send us peace into the realm, That every man...his own ! I trust to God, if it be his will, That Weardale-men may never be overthrown, For great troubles they've had in hand With borderers pricking...
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Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Volume 2

Thomas Finlayson Henderson - Ballads, English - 1902
...their goods to the fell, But limmer thieves drives them away, That fears neither heaven nor hell ? v Lord, send us peace into the realm, That every man...his will, That Weardale men may never be overthrown. VI For great troubles they Ve had in hand, With Borderers pricking hither and thither, But the greatest...
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Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Volume 2

Thomas Finlayson Henderson - Ballads, English - 1902
...to God, if it be his will, That Weardale men may never be overthrown. VI For great troubles they Ve had in hand, With Borderers pricking hither and thither,...had, Was with the men of Thirlwall and Williehaver. VII They gathered together so royally, The stoutest men and the best in gear ; And he that rade not...
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English and Scottish popular ballads

Francis James Child, Helen Child Sargent, George Lyman Kittredge - Ballads, English - 1904 - 729 pages
...their goods to t' fell, But limmer thieves drives them away, That fears neither heaven nor hell ? 5 Lord, send us peace into the realm, That every man...his will, That Weardale men may never be overthrown. 6 For great troubles they *ve had in hand, With borderers pricking hither and thither, But the greatest...
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England und Schottland in den englisch-schottischen Volksballaden

Wilhelm Hillmann - Ballads, English - 1906 - 99 pages
...wieder Ruhe in das Land einkehren lasse: For God wil punish all those With a great heavy pestilence. 33 Lord, send us peace into the realm, That every man may live on his own! 5 Murray, unter dessen Regentschaft sich grösstenteils die letzterwähnten Ereignisse abspielten,...
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The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, Volume 3

Francis James Child - Literary Collections - 2003 - 521 pages
...Weardale men may nerer he orerthrown. 6 For great trouhles they 've had in'hand, With horderers prieking hither and thither, But the greatest fray that eer they had Was with the ' men ' of Thirlwa 'nd Willieharer. 7 They gatherd together so royally, The stoutest men and the heet in gear,...
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