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" ... a wild set in his day. At last they parted, and my gudesire was to ride hame through the wood of Pitmurkie, that is a' fou of black firs, as they say. — I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. — At the entry of... "
Redgauntlet: A Tale of the Eighteenth Century
por Walter Scott - 1834
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Redgauntlet. By the author of 'Waverley'.

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1824
...At last they parted, and my gudesire was to ride hame through the wood of Pitmarkie, that is a' fou of black firs, as they say.—I ken the wood, but...that was keepit then by an ostler-wife, they suld hae ca'd her Tibbie Faw, and there puir Steenie cried for a mutchkin of brandy, for he had had no refreshment...
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine ..., Volumen1

Tobias Merton (pseud) - 1824
...black firs, as they say. — I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can teil. At the entry of the wood, there is a wild common, and...that was keepit then by an ostler-wife, they suld hae ca'd her Tabbie Faw, and there puire Steenie cried for a muchkin of brandy, for he had no refreshment...
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The Portfolio of Entertaining & Instructive Varieties in History ..., Volumen3

1824
...firs, as they say. — I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. — At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and...little lonely changehouse, that was keepit then by au ostlerwife, they suld hae ca'd her Tibbie Faw, and there puir Steenie cried for a mutchkin of brandy,...
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The Literary Magnet of the Belles Lettres, Science, and the Fine Arts, Volumen1

Tobias Merton - 1824
...black firs, as they say. — I ken the wood; but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. At the entry of the wood, there is a wild common, and on the edge of the common * a liltic lonely change-house that was keepit then by an ostler-wife, they suld hae ca'd her Tabbie Faw,...
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Legends of Terror!: And Tales of the Wonderful and Wild ; Original and ...

1826 - 642 páginas
...black firs, as they say. 1 ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. — At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and on the edge of thecommon, a little lonely change-house that was keepit then by an ostler-wife, they suld hae ca'd...
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Redgauntlet

Walter Scott - 1836
...firs, as they say. — \ ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. — At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and...her Tibbie Faw, and there puir Steenie cried for a mutchkiii of brandy, for he had had no refreshment the haill day. Tibbie was earnest vvi' him to take...
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The Library of Romance: A Collection of Traditions, Poetical Legends, and ...

1837 - 440 páginas
...black firs, as they say. I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and...was keepit then by an ostler-wife ; they suld hae ca'd her Tibbie Faw ; and there puir Steenie cried for a mutchkin of brandy, for he had had no refreshment...
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Cruikshank at Home: A New Family Album of Endless Entertainment ; with ...

Robert Cruikshank - 1845
...black firs, as they say.—I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white, for what I can tell. At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and...that was keepit then by an ostler-wife, they suld hae ca'd her Tibbie Faw, and there puire Steenie cried for a muchkin of brandy, for he had no refreshment...
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Waverley Novels: Redgauntlet. The bethrothed. The talisman

Walter Scott - 1846
...firs, as they say. — I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. — At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and...her Tibbie Faw, and there puir Steenie cried for a mntchkin of brandy, for he had had no refreshment the haill day. Tibbie was earnest wi' him to take...
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Waverly Novels: Redgauntlet. The bethrothed. The talisman

Walter Scott - 1846
...firs, as they say. — I ken the wood, but the firs may be black or white for what I can tell. — At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and...little lonely change-house, that was keepit then by an ostler- wife, they suld hae caa'd her Tibbie Faw, and there puir Steenie cried for a mutchkin of brandy,...
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