Poems (Google eBook)

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s.n., 1760 - Scottish poetry - 426 pages
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Page 332 - I'll employ wi' pleasure a' my art To keep him cheerfu', and secure his heart. At e'en, when he comes weary frae the hill, I'll ha'e a...
Page 296 - And switch their broomsticks thro' the sky, Ride post o'er hills, and woods, and seas, From Thule to the Hesperides ? * And yet the men of Gresham own That this, and stranger feats, are done By a warm fancy's power alone. This granted, why can't you and I Stretch forth our wings and cleave the sky ( Since our poetic brains, you know, Than theirs must more intensely glow. Did not the Theban swan take wing. Sublimely soar, and sweetly sing...
Page 331 - Tis no to gie, your merchant's to the bent ; His honour maunna want, he poinds your gear ; Syne driven frae house and hald, where will ye steer ?Dear Meg, be wise, and lead a single life ; Troth, 'tis nae mows to be a married wife ! PEGGY. May sic ill luck befa...
Page 404 - I've mony day been; For Lochaber no more, Lochaber no more, We'll maybe return to Lochaber no more. These tears that I shed they are a...
Page 315 - The genial hearth first blush'd with strangers' blood. The friend no more upon the friend relies, And semblant falsehood puts on truth's disguise ; The peaceful household fill'd with dire alarms ; The ravish'd virgin mourns her slighted charms ; The voice of impious mirth is heard around, In guilt they feast, in guilt the bowl is crown'd ; Unpunish'd violence lords it o'er the plains, And happiness forsakes the guilty swains.
Page 417 - I'll ne'er beguile thee. Alane through flow'ry hows I dander, Tenting my flocks left they fhou'd wander, Gin thou'll gae alang, I'll dawt thee gaylie, And gi'e my thumb I'll ne'er beguile thee.
Page 384 - I met betimes my lovely maid In fit retreats for wooing. Beneath the cooling shade we lay, Gazing and chastely sporting ; We kiss'd and promis'd time away, Till night spread her black curtain.
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Page 329 - I'll lean my head. There we may kiss as long as kissing's good, And what we do, there's nane dare call it rude. He's get his will: Why no ? 'Tis good my part To give him that; and he'll give me his heart Jenny He may indeed, for ten or fifteen days, Make meikle o...
Page 411 - When wandring o'er the flow'ry Park, No nat'ral Beauty wanting ; How lightfome is't to hear the Lark, And Birds in Confort chanting : But if my Chrijly tunes her Voice, I'm rap't in Admiration, My Thoughts with Extafies rejoice, And drap the hale Creation.

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JSTOR: Thomas Percy's Unfinished Collection, Ancient English and ...
Many little Poems printed at Glasgow, as the' Battle of Hurlaw, Hardyknute, &e. I should be very glad to borrow the Collection of Scots Poems printed by ...
links.jstor.org/ sici?sici=0013-8304(193609)3%3A3%3C183%3ATPUCAE%3E2.0.CO%3B2-0

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS 343 ALLAN RAMSAY'S POEMS 1720 A octavo with ...
constitution of the Poems is certified by remnants of a blue paper ... This, the genuine Poems of 1720, is, as we shall see, a composite ...
res.oxfordjournals.org/ cgi/ reprint/ os-III/ 11/ 343.pdf

Allan Ramsay - poems -
Classic Poetry Series. Allan Ramsay. - poems -. Publication Date:. 2004. Publisher:. poemhunter.Com - The World's Poetry Archive ...
www.poemhunter.com/ ebooks/ redir.asp?ebook=1398& filename=allan_ramsay_2004_9.pdf

The Poems of Allan Ramsay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Look for The Poems of Allan Ramsay on one of Wikipedia's sister projects: ... Start the The Poems of Allan Ramsay article or add a request for it. ...
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Choice Collection of Comic and Serious Scots Poems (work by Watson ...
Such works as James Watson's Choice Collection of Comic and Serious Scots Poems (1706) and Allan Ramsay's Ever Green (1724), however, while deliberately ...
www.britannica.com/ eb/ topic-113983/ Choice-Collection-of-Comic-and-Serious-Scots-Poems

The Poems of Allan Ramsay - Wiktionary
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The Poems of Allan Ramsay - Wikimedia Commons
The Poems of Allan Ramsay. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to: navigation, search. This page does not currently exist. ...
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Fergusson Bibliography (mckenzie)
Poems on Various Subjects, by Robert Fergusson: Part II (Edinburgh: Ruddiman ... There are inscribed copies of his 1773 Poems and some scraps among the Cape ...
andromeda.rutgers.edu/ ~jlynch/ C18/ biblio/ fergusson.html

Early Scottish Poetry
Gertrude of Wyoming and other Poems. London 1825 6th. ed. ... Poems by Allan Ramsay and Robert Fergusson. The Association for Scottish Literary Studies No. ...
www.grian.demon.co.uk/ spe.html

Allan Ramsay (Poet) - lovetoknow 1911
The success of these ventures prompted him to collect his poems in 1722. ... Between the publication of the collected edition of his poems and his settling ...
www.1911encyclopedia.org/ Allan_Ramsay_(Poet)

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