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" Long ago there were people in this country called the Pechs ; short wee men they were, wi' red hair, and long arms, and feet sae braid, that when it rained they could turn them up owre their heads, and then they served for umbrellas. The Pechs were great... "
The Archaeological Review - Página 184
1890
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Select Writings of Robert Chambers, Volumen7

Robert Chambers - 1847
...braid, that when it rained they could turn them up owre their heads, and then they served for umbrellas. The Pechs were great builders ; they built a' the...the stanes to his neebor, till the hale was biggit. The Pechs were also a great people for ale, which they brewed frae heather; sae, ye ken, it bood to...
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The popular rhymes of Scotland, with illustr., collected by R. Chambers

Robert Chambers - 1869
...braid, that when it rained they could turn them up owre their heads, and then they served for umbrellas. The Pechs were great builders ; they built a' the...the kintry ; and do ye ken the way they built them ? — I '11 tell ye. They stood all in a row from the quarry to the place where they were building,...
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Popular Rhymes of Scotland

Robert Chambers - 1870 - 400 páginas
...braid, that when it rained they could turn them up owre their heads, and then they served for umbrellas. The Pechs were great builders ; they built a' the...the kintry ; and do ye ken the way they built them ? — I '11 tell ye. They stood all in a row from the quarry to the place where they were building,...
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The Testimony of Tradition

David MacRitchie - 1890 - 205 páginas
...subject. The late Robert Chambers, in putting together the popular Scotch beliefs regarding these people,2 not only states that they were " short, wee men,"...building, and ilk ane handed forward the stanes to his 1 Scots Magazine, vol. iii. 1818, p. 503. 1 " Popular Rhymes of Scotland," 1870, pp. 80-82. neebor,...
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The Testimony of Tradition

David MacRitchie - 1890 - 205 páginas
...subject. The late Robert Chambers, in putting together the popular Scotch beliefs regarding these people,2 not only states that they were " short, wee men,"...building, and ilk ane handed forward the stanes to his 1 Scots Magazine, vol. iii. 1818, p. 503. 3 " Popular Rhymes of Scotland," 1870, pp. 80-82. How the...
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Caledonia: A Monthly Magazine of Literature, Antiquity, and ..., Volúmenes1-2

1895
...braid, that when it rained they could turn them up ower their heads, and then they served for umbrellas. The Pechs were great builders ; they built a' the...they were building, and ilk ane handed forward the stenes to his neebor, till the hale was biggit. The Pechs were also a great people for ale, which they...
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