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" What gars ye rin sae still ? ' Till said to Tweed, ' Though ye rin wi' speed, And I rin slaw, Yet, where ye drown ae man, I drown twa. "
The History of St. Cuthbert: Or, an Account of His Life, Decease, and ... - Página 94
por Charles Eyre (Abp. of Glasgow) - 1887 - 363 páginas
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The Popular Rhymes of Scotland: With Illustrations, Chiefly Collected from ...

1826 - 319 páginas
...well-known rhyme. — TWEED SAID TO TILL, " WHAT OARS YE EIN SAE STILL ?" Wad — a pledge 01 hostage. TILL SAID TO TWEED, " THOUGH YE RIN WI* SPEED, " AND I RIN SLAW, " YET WHERE YE DROUN AE MAN, " I DROUN TWA !" TARRAS. The Tarras, a Roxburghshire stream, is so impetuous, and so...
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The New sporting magazine, Volumen15

...the country people in the neighbourhood often repeat : — " Tweed said to Till, ' What gars ye tin sae still ?' Till said to Tweed, ' Though ye rin wi'...I rin slaw ; Yet where ye drown ae man I drown twa !' " Twizel Castle, the seat of Sir Francis Blake, Bart., stands in this locality. Beneath this structure...
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The Sportsman

...following rhyme, which the country people in the neighbourhood often repeat : — " Tweed said to ТШ, ' What gars ye rin sae still ?' Till said to Tweed,...rin slaw ; Yet where ye drown ae man I drown twa!"' Twizel Castle, the seat of Sir Francis Blake, Bart., stands in this locality. Beneath this structure...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'., Volumen19

John William Carleton - 1848
...the neighbourhood often repeat : — " Tweed said to Till, ' What gars ye rin an- rtffl ?' Till aaid to Tweed, ' Though ye rin wi' speed And I rin slaw ; Yet where ye drown ae man I drown twa !' " Twizel Castle, the seat of Sir Francis Blake, Bart., stands in this locality. Beneath this structure...
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Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1845 - 442 páginas
...generally preferred. t The different characteristics of the two rivers are pointed out in the following rhyme : — Tweed said to Till, " What gars ye rin...rin slaw, Yet, where ye drown ae man I drown twa!" Francis Blake, Bart.) Beneath the castle, the ancient bridge is still standing by which the English...
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The Child's companion

1851
...There is an old saying about these two rivers : •Tweed said to Till, What gars (makes) ye fin (run) sae still? Till said to Tweed, Though ye rin wi' speed And I rin slaw, Yet where ye droun ae (a) man 1 drown twa (two).' "Thus you see a narrow stream may be more unsafe than a broad...
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Select Writings of Robert Chambers, Volumen7

Robert Chambers - 1847
...the deep voice of Sir Walter Scott, seemed to me to possess a solemnity approaching to poetry : — Tweed said to Till, ' What gars ye rin sae still ?'...Though ye rin wi' speed, And I rin slaw, Yet where ye droun ae man, I droun twa ! ' EYEMOUTH FORT, &C. Near the sea-side village of Eyemouth, in Berwickshire,...
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History of Berwick-upon-Tweed: Being a Concise Description of that Ancient ...

Frederick Sheldon - 1849 - 438 páginas
...that faithfully describes the characters of the two rivers, — " Tweed said to Till, What gars ye run sae still ; Till said to Tweed, Though ye rin wi' speed, And I rin slaw, Where ye drown yae man, I drown twa." The Whitadder, though not one of the largest of the tributary...
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History of Berwick-upon-Tweed: Being a Concise Description of that Ancient ...

Frederick Sheldon - 1849 - 438 páginas
...that faithfully describes the characters of the two rivers, — " Tweed said to Till, What gars ye run sae still ; Till said to Tweed, Though ye rin wi' speed. And 1 rin slaw, Where ye drown yae man, I drown twa." The Whitadder, though not one of the largest of the...
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Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland

1851 - 543 páginas
...this warlike family, at the battle of Homildon Hill, in 1402, has been dramatized by Sir Walter Scott, Tweed said to Till, " What gars ye rin sae still ?"...wi' speed, And I rin slaw, Yet, where ye drown ae roan I drown twa!" * " They cross'd Still pouring down the rocky den, The Till, by Twisel Bridge. Where...
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