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" JENNY. Come, Meg, let's fa' to wark upon this green, This shining day will bleach our linen clean ; The water's clear, the lift unclouded blue, Will make them like a lily wet with dew. PEGGY. Gae farer up the burn to Habbie's How, Where a' the sweets... "
The gentle shepherd. To which is prefixed a mem. of the author - Page 4
by Allan Ramsay - 1808
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Glasgow, Past and Present: Illustrated in Dean of Guild Court Reports and in ...

James Pagan - Aliquis - 1856
...grass-bleaching was better than the regular bleacher's mode of whitening the cloths by chemical means — " Come, Meg, let's fa to wark upon this green, This...the lift unclouded blue, Will mak them like a lily wat wi' dew." — Gcallt Shepherd. But, over and above all, the business of selling his own linens,...
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The Rural Poetry of the English Language: Illustrating the Seasons and ...

Joseph William Jenks - English poetry - 1856 - 554 pages
...discommends, And Meg, with better sense, true love defends. PEGGY AND JENHY. JRXKT. Come, Meg, let 's nks water 'a clear, the lift unclouded blue, Will make them like a lily wet with dew. Gae farcr up the...
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The Rural Poetry of the English Language: Illustrating the Seasons and ...

Joseph William Jenks - Nature in literature - 1856 - 554 pages
...what she wishes diseommends, And Meg, with better sense, true lore defende. PEGGV ASD JESST. JEEVV. wrong design. So in the ehapel of old Ely Heuse, When wandering Ch bleaeh our linen elean ; The water's elear, the lift unelouded blue, Will make them like a lily wot...
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Glasgow, Past and Present: Illustrated in Dean of Guild Court Reports and in ...

James Pagan - 1856
...grass-bleaching was better than the regular bleacher's mode of whitening the cloths by chemical means— " Come, Meg, let's fa to wark upon this green, This shining day will bleaeh our linen elean ; The water's elear, the lift unelouded blue, Will mak them like a lily wat...
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Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets: With an ..., Volume 3

George Gilfillan - English poetry - 1860
...Jenny what she wishes discommends, And Meg with better sense true love defends. PEGGY AND JENNY. Jenny. Come, Meg, let's fa' to wark upon this green, This...bleach our linen clean; The water's clear, the lift 3 unclouded blue, Will mak them like a lily wet with dew. Peggy. Gae farrer up the burn to Habbie's...
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Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Volume 3

George Gilfillan - English poetry - 1860
...discommends, And Meg with better sense true love defends. PEGGY AND JENNY. Jenny. Come, Meg, let 's fa' to wark upon this green, This shining day will bleach our linen clean ; The water's clear, the lift3 unclouded blue, Will mak them like a lily wet with dew. Peggy. Gae farrer up the burn to Habbie's...
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A Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla

Leigh Hunt - Megara (Poem) - 1870 - 265 pages
...wishes discommends, And Meg, with better sense, true love defends. JENNY. Come, Meg, lets fa' to work upon this green, This shining day will bleach our linen clean : The waters clear, the lift unclouded blue, Will make them like a lily u-et in' deir. PEGGY. Gae far'er...
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From Thomas the Rhymer to Richard Gall

James Grant Wilson - English poetry - 1875
...Jenny what ahe wighe* discotnmcmlp, An' Meg. wi' better sensu, true love defends. PEGGY and JEXSV. Jtn. Come, Meg, let's fa' to wark upon this green, This...clean; The water's clear, the lift unclouded blue, ttill mak' them like a lily wet wi' dew. 1'rg. Gae fardcr up the burn to Habbie's How, Where a' the...
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The Poets and Poetry of Scotland, from the Earliest to the Present Time ...

James Grant Wilson - English poetry - 1876
...sense, true love defends. PEOOV and JKXNY. Jni. Come, Meg, let's fa' to wark upon this green. Thus shining day will bleach our linen clean ; The water's...unclouded blue, Will mak' them like a lily wet wi' dew. Pry. Gae farder up the burn to Habbic's How, Where a* the sweets o' spring an' summer grow: Between...
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The Poems of Allan Ramsay, Volume 2

Allan Ramsay - Scottish poetry - 1877
...what she wishes discommends, And Meg, with better sense, true love defends. PWQY and JENNY. JENNY. Come, Meg, let's fa to wark upon this green, This...lift unclouded blue, Will mak them like a lily wet with dew. PBGGY. Gae farer up the burn to Habbie's How, Where a' that's sweet in spring and simmer...
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