The Collected Writings Of Dougal Graham, "skellat" Bellman Of Glasgow (volume 2); Jockey And Maggy's Courtship. The Coalman's Courtship. Comical Trans by Dougal GrahamThe Collected Writings Of Dougal Graham, "skellat" Bellman Of Glasgow (volume 2); Jockey And Maggy's Courtship. The Coalman's Courtship. Comical Trans by Dougal Graham

The Collected Writings Of Dougal Graham, "skellat" Bellman Of Glasgow (volume 2); Jockey And Maggy…

byDougal Graham

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883. Excerpt: ... sack gowns and buttock-males, an I dinna ken what, but bide you yet till I see the minister. THE WONDERFUL WORKS OF OUR JOHN MADE MANIFEST BEFORE THE MINISTER, &c. Part III. Now Jockey and his mither went into the little byre, and held a private meeting, nane present but auld bruckie, and the two brutes the bits a couties. Mith. Ye silly dog, an he be drown'd to you, how cou'd ye confess sae muckle to maeslie shanket Marion, altho' she be her mither. Jock. O mither, mither, say nae mair about it, my ain wand has dung me dourly; sadly have I suffered for that, and ye ken a' the misery's com'd o'er our Maggy, my mouth's the mither o't, sae ha'd your tongue I tell you now. Mith. An tell ye me to ha'd my tongue, an ye had a hauden your tongue and your tail, an a done as I bade you, ye hadna hane sae muckle ado the day daft silly dog it thou is. Jock. Mither, mither, gies nane o' your mocks nor malice, for tho' I got the wean, ye hae as muckle the wyte o't as I Gae seek me out my three new sarks, an Sunday's shune, an I'se gae whar ne'er man saw my face before, neither wood, water nor wilderness, sall haud me again. A fine paid to the Kirk-Session, who distributed it, with the other moneys in their possession, among the poor of the parish. See the second part of The History of Buckhaven, where the culprit is made to pay ' four pound and a groat,' probably Scots money, equal to about seven shillings sterling. t The following paragraph concludes the second part in modern editions:--'Now Jockey and his mither went into the little byre and held a private meeting, nane present but auld Bruckie and the twa Brutes, the bits of couties, that she might give him counsel how to behave when he appeared before Mess John, to answer for his bastard; which concludes the thir...
Title:The Collected Writings Of Dougal Graham, "skellat" Bellman Of Glasgow (volume 2); Jockey And Maggy…Format:PaperbackDimensions:86 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.18 inPublished:January 31, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217072143

ISBN - 13:9780217072144

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