Lays and legends of the West, with minor poems

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1847 - 80 pages

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Page 31 - me the Castle Because a bard of Ireland told me once, I should not live long after I saw Richmond.
Page 96 - are all ashamed of the thing. Not one of them will fairly own to having gone to see the lamb dance in the saint's well, on the dawn of one of their earliest Good Fridays.
Page 96 - are the girls now, with boldness enough to troop merrily to the parish church in their simple frocks of virgin white and their fresh-gathered garlands of wild-flowers.
Page 98 - of holding a considerable sum, the party returning the loan being wholly trusted as to the exactitude of his repayment. Of one of these dishes
Page 98 - which many are in existence, I have preserved a sketch, that we may not wholly lose sight of a circumstance so
Page 96 - is scarcely a family now, willing to confess a serious faith in the old
Page 98 - by coins carefully counted and grudgingly transferred, but by measures of money in dishes

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