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  • Port Washington, Ohio, on the 11th of January 1836. He was a pupil of Hans Gude in Carlsruhe, Germany. A trip with a government exploring expedition in
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  • maister, When we was on the lan, But nevertheless, my gude maister, I'll tak your helm in han.' O laith, laith was oor bonny boys To weet their cork-heeled
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  • court, And knights and lords sae gude, And he is to the black smithy, To learn to shoe a steed. His hammer-shaft o gude red gowd, His studdy o the steel
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  • they are on to gude greenwood, As fast as gang coud they; O then they spied him Robin Hood, Below a green aik tree. 'Gude day, gude day, kind sir,'
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  • to gude greenwood, And soon came back again; 'Gude sooth,' replied the proud porter, 'We've lost our stately dame.' 'My maid's faen sick in gude greenwood
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  • They are all gane frae me.' The wager was a gude wager, Of fifty tuns of wine, And as much o the gude black silk As cleathd their lemans fine. At
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  • and fine, There she has born to him, And never was in gude church-door, Nor ever got gude kirking. Ance she took harp into her hand, And harped them
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  • thee. 'O shall I call him honey, Sandy, Husband, or my gude lord? Or shall I call him my gude master, Let well or woe betide?' 'Ye winna call him honey
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  • firlot o the gude red gowd, Well straiket wi a wan; And if that winna please you well, I'll heap it wi my han.' Then out it spake the gude Lord John
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  • be wed." "Cast off, cast off thy auld beggar-weed, An I'll gie thee my gude gray steed." * * * * When he cam to our guid king's yet, He sought a
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  • narrowly. She was tramp-trampin' in the cla'es, croonin' to hersel'; and eh! Gude guide us, but it was a fearsome face. Whiles she sang louder, but there was
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  • heard a bairn's greet And lady's moan in the sta. 'Gude make ye safe, my ae son Willie, Gude keep ye safe frae harm; Ye might hae chosen a lighter
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  • As tho I was ane otter.' * * * * 'Gude day, gude day, my liege the king, Gude day, gude day, to thee;' 'Gude day,' quoth he, 'My lady fair, What
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  • menseless, graceless brutes. <50>  'An' niest, my yowie, silly thing;  Gude keep thee frae a tether string!  O, may thou ne'er forgather up  Wi' onie
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  • shott-window, He saw her peeping out. 'Gude morrow, gude morrow, Lady Maisry, God make you safe and free!' 'Gude morrow, gude morrow, my brother dear, What
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  • ye come up to my castle Wi me and take your dine? And ye shall eat the gude white bread, And drink the claret wine.' 'I thank you for your bread, lady
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  • rings aff ither's hands, And ay the best was mine? 'For mine was o the gude red gould, But thine was o the tin; And mine was true and trusty baith
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  • mither, And knelt upon his knee. 'O rede, O rede, mither,' he says, 'A gude rede gie to mee; O sall I tak the nut-browne bride, And let Fair Annet
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  • carry me on to gude greenwood, Before that it be day.' He mounted her upon a steed, He chose a steed o gray; He had her on to gude greenwood, Before
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  • vl′ihi:, O.Ir. mligim; gi: (gy:), ‘to beseech’, past part. git′ə, O.Ir. gude; f′iə, ‘to weave’, pres. pass. f′it′ər, imperf. d′it′i:, past part. f′it′ə;
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