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" Dougal ; in flew the liverymen ; yell on yell gied the laird, ilk ane mair awfu' than the ither. My gudesire knew not whether to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdie-girdie — naebody to say " come in " or "... "
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
...Robert gied a yelJoch that garr'd the castle rock. Back ran Dougal—in flew the livery-men —yell on yell gied the Laird, ilk ane mair awfu' than the...cauld water to his feet, and wine to cool his throat; andj Hell, hell, hell, and its flames, was aye the word in his mouth. They brought him water, and when...
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine ..., Volumen1

Tobias Merton (pseud) - 1824
...to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdy-girdy — naebody to say ' come in' or ' gae out.' Terribly the Laird roared for cautd water to his feet, and wine to cool his throat ; and Hell, hell, hell, and its flames, was a'...
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Legends of Terror!: And Tales of the Wonderful and Wild ; Original and ...

1826 - 642 páginas
...hirdy-girdie — aaebftdy to say • come in,' or ' gae out.' Tembly the Laird roared for cauld water to IMS feet, and wine to cool his throat ; and Hell, hell,...plunged his swoln feet into the tub, he cried out it wns burning ; and folks say that i< did bubble and sparkle like a seething cauldron. He flung the cup...
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The Library of Romance: A Collection of Traditions, Poetical Legends, and ...

1837 - 440 páginas
...to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdy-girdie — naebody to say " come in," or " gae out." Terribly the Laird...feet into the tub, he cried out it was burning ; and folks say that it did bubble and sparkle like a seething cauldron. He flung the cup at Dougal's head,...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volumen4

Walter Scott - 1841
...ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdy-eirdie— naebody to say 'come in,' or 'gaeout.' Terribly the Laird roared for cauld water to his feet,...mouth. They brought him water, and when they plunged hisswoln bet into the tub, he cried out it was burning; and folk fay that it did bubble and sparkle...
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Cruikshank at Home: A New Family Album of Endless Entertainment ; with ...

Robert Cruikshank - 1845
...whether to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdy-girdy—naebody to say "come in" or "gae out." Terribly the Laird...throat; and Hell, hell, hell, and its flames, was a' the word in his mouth. They brought him water, and when they plunged his swoln feet into the tub,...
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Waverly Novels: Redgauntlet. The bethrothed. The talisman

Walter Scott - 1846
...to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdy-girdie — naebody to say ' come in,' or ' gae out.' Terribly the Laird...his feet, and wine to cool his throat ; and Hell, heu, hell, and its flames, was aye the word in his mouth. They brought him water, and when they plunged...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volumen4

Walter Scott - 1847
...to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdy-girdie — naebody to say 'come in,' or 'gae out.' Terribly the Laird roared for cauld water to nia feet, and wine to cool his throat ; and hell, hell, hell, and its flames, was aye the word in his...
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The Novels of Walter Scott: With All His Introd. and Notes, Volumen4

Sir Walter Scott - 1850
...to stand or Bee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where •' *at gaun uirdy-girdie — naebody to say • come in,' or 'gae out* Terribly the Laird roared for auld water to his feet, and wine to cool his throat ; *<>d Hell, hell, hell, and its flames, waa aye...
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Waverley Novels ...: Red-gauntlet

Walter Scott - 1853
...to stand or flee, but he ventured back into the parlour, where a' was gaun hirdygirdie — naebody to say ' come in,' or ' gae out.' Terribly the Laird...roared for cauld water to his feet, and wine to cool hi. tiiroat ; and Hell, hell, hell, and its flames, was aye the word in his mouth. They brought him...
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