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" Tis said, as through the aisles they pass'd, They heard strange noises on the blast ; And through the cloister-galleries small, Which at mid-height thread the chancel wall Loud sobs, and laughter louder, ran, And voices unlike the voice of man; As if... "
The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His Last ... - Page 329
by Walter Scott - 1833
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 25

1805
...sobs," and laughter louder, ran, And voices unlike the voice of man ; As if the fiends kept holiday, Because these spells were brought to day. I cannot...father said ; And when we are on death-bed laid, O may our dear Ladye, and sweet St. John, Forgive our souls for the deed we have done !' The Monk returned"...
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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1805 - 332 pages
...unlike the voice of man ; As if the fiends kept holiday, Because these spells were brought to-day. I cannot tell how the truth may be ; I say the tale...father said; " And when we are on death-bed laid, O may our dear Ladye, and sweet St John, Forgive our souls for the deed we have done !" The Monk returned...
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The lay of the last minstrel, a poem

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1806
...sobs, and laughter louder, ran, And voices unlike the voice of man ; As if the fiends kept holiday, Because these spells were brought to day. I cannot...Father said, " And, when we are on death-bed laid, O may our dear Ladye, and sweet St John, Forgive our souls for the deed we have done !" The Monk returned...
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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1811 - 295 pages
...unlike the voice of man ; As if the fiends kept holiday, Because these spells were brought to-day. I cannot tell how the truth may be ; I say the tale as 'twas said to me. XXIII. " Now hie the hence," the father said ; " And, when we are on death-bed laid, O may our dear latlye, and sweet...
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The lay of the last minstrel, a poem. With Ballads and lyrical pieces

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1812
...sobs, and laughter louder, ran, And voices unlike the voice of man ; As if the fiends kept holiday, Because these spells were brought to day. I cannot...truth may be; I say the tale as 'twas said to me. XXII. " Now, hie thee hence," the Father said, " And when we are on death-bed laid, O may our dear...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: The lay of the last minstrel. Ballads and ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...sobs, and laughter louder, ran, And voices unlike the voice of man; As if the fiends kept holiday, Because these spells were brought to day. I cannot...Father said, " And when we are on death-bed laid, O may our dear Ladye, and sweet St John, Forgive our souls for the deed we have done!" The Monk...
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Headlong hall [by T.L. Peacock].

Thomas Love Peacock - 1816 - 291 pages
...of .the quality, B2 and accordingly adopted the name Headlong, the appropriate epithet of waterfall. I cannot tell how the truth may be: I say the tale as 't was said to me. The present representative of this ancient and dignified house, Harry Headlong,...
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Headlong Hall

Thomas Love Peacock - 1816 - 217 pages
...that of the q 2 and accordingly adopted the name Headlong, the appropriate epithet of waterfall. I cannot tell how the truth may be : I say the tale as 't was said to me. The present representative of this ancient and dignified house, Harry Headlong,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 120

1876
...it difficult to paint the whipping scene to my mind's eye. I find it still harder to believe now. " I cannot tell how the truth may be, I say the tale as 'twas said to me." The fair Julia's handwriting is still extant. I have already hinted that she spelled badly, but that...
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The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1819
...were hrought to day. I cannot tell how the truth may he; I say the tale as 'twas said to me. xxm. " Now, hie thee hence," the father said> " And, when we are on death-hed laid, O may our dear Ladye, and sweet Saint John, Forgive our souls for the deed we have...
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