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Amaryllis Argyll arms art thou Benlora BERNARD Bertram bless brave clan CONJUROR CONSTANTINE COUNT ZATERLOO COUNTESS ZATERLOO CROWD dark David dear Dolly door dost thou doth DUGALD eagerly Elizabeth Enter ev'n ev'ry Exeunt Exit eyes faith father fear friends gen'rous gentle give Glenfadden GOBUS GREY hand HANNAH HARDIBRAND hath head hear heard heart heaven Helen Heugho hold honour honour'd JENKINS Justiniani LADY GOODBODY LANDLADY LOCHTARISH Lome look lord Lorne Lucia Maclean madam MAHOMET Mardonio Marthon MIRA Miss Martin Morton noble o'er Osmir OTHORIC OTHUS pardon PETRONIUS PIPER pity play poor pray thee RAYNER Rodrigo Rosa say'st SCENE SIR JOHN HAZELWOOD smile speak stage stranger sure tell thank thine thing thou art thou dost thou hast thou wilt Thou'rt thought thro thyself Turk turn VALERIA valiant VASSAL voice whilst woman WORSHIPTON would'st thou
Page 93 - When we are sick, where can we turn for succour ; When we are wretched, where can we complain ; And when the world looks cold and surly on us, Where can we go to meet a warmer eye With such sure confidence as to a mother ?
Page v - ... at this distance, it was difficult for me to judge what part of these I could avail myself of with real advantage, my friends have thought it better that I should print it in its primitive state. The story, from which I have taken the plot, was put into my hands in the year 1 805, by the Hon.
Page 439 - THE MINSTRELSY OF THE SCOTTISH BORDER; consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland ; with a few of a modern Date, founded on local Tradition. With an Introduction, and Notes by the Editor, WALTER SCOTT, Esq.