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" Where a' the sweets o' spring an' simmer grow : Between twa birks, out o'er a little lin, The water fa's an' maks a singan din : A pool breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses, wi' easy whirls, the bord'ring grass. "
The gentle shepherd. To which is prefixed a mem. of the author - Page 4
by Allan Ramsay - 1808
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 25

English drama - 1797
...spring and simmer grow 5 Between twa birks, out o'er a little lin, The water fa's and makes a singand din ; A pool breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses, wi' easy whirles, the bordering grass, We'll, end our washing, while the morning's cool, And when the day grows...
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Bell's British Theatre: The old batchelor, by E. Congreve. ... Barbarossa ...

English drama - 1797
...spring and simmer grow j Between twa birks, out o'er a little lin, The water fa's and makes a singand din ; A pool breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses, wi' easy whirles, the bordering grass, We'll, end our washing, while the morning's cool, And when the day grows...
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A Companion, and Useful Guide to the Beauties of Scotland: To the Lakes of ...

Sarah Murray - Craven (England) - 1799 - 396 pages
...and simmer grow ;, 1 " Between twa birks, out o'er a little lin, " The water fa's and maks a singand din : " A pool, breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, " Kisses wi' easy whirls the bord'ring grass. " We'll end our washing while the morning's eool; " And when the day grows het, we'll...
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The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - Architecture - 1805 - 544 pages
...corresponds with, the description in the poem, Between twa birks, out o'er a little lin, The water fa's, and maks a singan din; A pool breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses, with easy whirles, the bord'ring grass. At the same time, when the Editor of this Work, a few years...
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Beauties of Allan Ramsay: Being a Selection of the Most Admired Pieces of ...

Allan Ramsay - 1815 - 166 pages
...dew. feggy. Gae farer up the burn to Habbie's How, Where a' the sweets o' spring an' simmer grow : Between twa birks, out o'er a little lin, The water fa's an' rnaks a singan din : A pool breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses wi' easy whirls, the bord'ring...
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The Scotsman's Library: Being a Collection of Anecdotes and Facts ...

James Mitchell - Scotland - 1825 - 740 pages
...sweets o' spring and simmer grow. Ik-lween twa birks, out o'er a lillle lin, The »vater fa's, and mak's a singan din : A pool, breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses »vi1 easy »vhirles the bord'rini ˇxrnss. We'll end our washing »»hile the morning's cool, And...
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Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland: With an Accurate Travelling Map ...

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - Scotland - 1842 - 500 pages
...'tween twa birks, out ower a little linn, The water fa's and mak's a singand din ; A pule breast deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses wi' easy whirls the bordering grass." Still farther up the vale, at a place called the Carlops,* a tall rock shoots up on each side. At this...
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The Genius of Scotland: Or Sketches of Scottish Scenery, Literature and Religion

Robert Turnbull - Scotland - 1847 - 379 pages
...'tween twa birka out ower a little linn, The water fa's and mak's a singand din ;* A pule breast deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses wi' easy whirls the bordering grass." Ascending yet further, at a place called the " Carlops," (a contraction of " Carline's Loups," so called,...
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A Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla

Leigh Hunt - 1848 - 200 pages
...and simmer grow ; There 'tween two, birks, out ower a little lin, The water fa's, and maks a singin din ; A pool breast-deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses, wi' easy whirls, the bordering grass, We '11 end our washing while the morning 's cool, And when the day grows het, we '11 to the pool, There...
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Black's Guide Through Edinburgh with Pleasure Excursions in the Environs

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1851 - 192 pages
...'tween twa birks, out ower a little linn, The water fa's, and mak's a singand din ; A pule, breast deep, beneath as clear as glass, Kisses wi' easy whirls the bordering grass." Still farther up the vale, at a place called the Carlops,* a tall rock shoots up on each side. At this...
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