The Antiquities of Scotland, Volume 2

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S. Hooper, 1791 - Scotland
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1789-1791/ 2 vols/ 308p in all, but only vol 1/ 201A

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Page 200 - cantraip flight) Each in its cauld hand held a light; By which heroic Tarn was able To note upon the haly table, A murderer's banes, in gibbet-aims ; Twa fpan-lang, wee,
Page 200 - Where drunken Charlie brak's neck-bane; And thro' the whins, and by the cairn, Where hunters fand the murdcr'd bairn ; And near the
Page 200 - and furious : The piper loud and louder blew; The dancers quick and quicker flew ; They
Page 199 - and clatter, And ay the ale was growing better : The landlady and Tam grew gracious, With favors
Page 251 - fo that when I entered within, and looked upward, I could fcarce forbear imagining myfelf at the bottom of a deep draw-well : it has only one door or entrance facing the North, fomewhat above the
Page 174 - but the figure is now mutilated, and her bones, till lately, were Scattered about in a moft indecent manner, by fome wretches who broke open the repofitory in fearch of treafure. The tomb is in
Page 233 - have been better for him to have been in peace, than to have this reward. All that God fendeth is for the beft. My Lord of
Page 200 - flafh from pole to pole; Near, and more near, the thunders roll; When, glimmering
Page 201 - her wing maun cour, Sic flights are far beyond her power; To fing how Nannie lap and
Page 233 - could not fend your grace the piece of the King of Scots coat, which John Glyn now bringeth. In this your grace

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