10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRUIZIE»
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Tammas Bodkin: or the Humours of a Scottish tailor. By W. D. ...
As soon as she cuist her een on me, my mither, fiingin' doon the cruizie in the ase
-hole, threw her arms roond my neck, an' cried oot—“ O Tammy, my bairn, what's
come ower ye, that ye've been sae lang 0' 00min' ! I dreed sair, ye've been at ...
William Duncan Latto, 1868
The Training System Established in the Glasgow Normal ...
... a ship,) a thing like this I am drawing on the ... black board. Like an oil cruizie,
master. Very like an oil cruizie, children, with a small ... spout, which keeps
dropping a little water the whole time the potter is making the clay into a ... shape
of a ...
The Athenaeum: An Original Literary Miscellany
Will I tak' the gatherin' aff the fire, an' light the cruizie?" said-Thomas, stooping to
lift a small stick, the ignited end of which was hid beneath the ashes to prevent its
live principle from expiring. " Do so if you dare !" quickly replied one of the party, ...
Neolithic Orkney in its European context
The spinning wheel and the horizontal loom with shuttle are out, along with metal
tools. But the plough and the animals ring true. What about the cruizie lamp,
fuelled by fish oil, the principal form of light, other than the fire itself: Kirns o'
Behind the scenes: being the confessions of a strolling player
... of Macbeth's banquet might be espied in another little wooden box in the
waggon; and there were swords also — little short ones, and long ones slender
and sharp ; and there were also to be seen Matties lantern, Lady Macbeth's "
James Glass Bertram, 1858
The Gentleman's Magazine
Again did victory sit upon the prow of the noble frigate, and again did my son
nobly hear his share of the danger and the glory of the cruizie. On his return to
port, he hastened to the arms of his wife, but found her not. She was from home,
William Evans Burton, Edgar Allan Poe, 1839
Tom of Wiseacre; or, Incidents in a somewhat chequered life
... said they to him, when the faint glimmer of the cruizie had rendered the
darkness of the hut more visible, ' far sprang ye frae ? Are ye the loon 'at wrocht '
Burny' intil sic a passion ? Was't you 'at lost the sheep ? By ma sang, ye'll hear o't
The Scottish journal of topography, antiquities, traditions, &c
Howevor sho is not uneasy, for Mary " wad be wi' the lasses o' the toon [farm]."
She has i * lit li t i t her cruizie an' set it in the window," She is very uneasy now, "
for tho gloamiu' is woarin' awa.-' Supper is ready — is "cauld wi' stanin' sao isng.
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Manual of Modern Scots
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