10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FAINLY»
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Ballads Founded on Ayrshire Traditions
i::: I'M FAR FRAE HER I FAINLY LOO. I'm far frae her I fainly loo, An' O! my heart
is sair; For weirdings aften fill my min' I ne'er sail see her mair. Nae blitheness
noo lichts up my heart, As in the days of yore, Whan I sae happy wandered aft By
PATERSON. Lineage—The manor, “ or small proportion,” of Dunboy,
Taughboyne, co. Done-gal, was granted 16 July, 1610, by JAMES 1 to James
Cunningham, of Crafield, Beith, co. Ayr, whose father, Sir James Cunningham,
Laird of ...
Ashworth Peter Burke, 1897
The English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete ...
And. I'd own you asabrither fainly, $111.1. Coltar's Sunday (1845) 163. Ayr. I'm far
frae her Ifainly loo, BROWN Ballads (1850) 173. (b) 811.1. Hits sklender
croopeen an' fainly vind,Sll. News (Nov. 6, 1897). (2) Se. For fainness, deary, I'll
gar ye ...
The English dialect dictionary, being the complete ...
\Vhile fainly they fidgit at ilka tale, JANIESON Po/l. Ballads (1806) 1.303. Abd. I'd
own you asabrither fainly, 5111.1. Cottar's Su1nla_v(1845) 163. Ayr. l'm far l'rae
herlfainlyloo,BnowN Ballads (18501 173. ([1) 811.1. llits sklcnder croopeen an' ...
Ballades of Olde France, Alsace, and Olde Holland
Philippa thy gest doth plainly Bind my hands, albeit fainly I had known thee
otherwhere. Take these objects of thy prayer In thy care.' fine, put an end to. gest,
action, act. fainly, gladly. A FOOL'S SONG THE MADNESS OF CHARLES VI.
The hypocrite; or, The modern Janus
fainly have preferred such a man as De- loraine to all the noblemen in the
kingdom." " So should I," hastily replied Ellen. " Were the rank and fortune on my
side, and lord Edwin pennyless, my affection would lead me to make the same
The Works of [Lord] Byron: including the suppressed poems
Fountain of 1 topes, and doubta, and fears' Sweet promise of ecstatic years' How
could I fainly bend the knee, And turn idolater to thee! T is nature's worship — felt
— confest. Far aa the life which warms the breast :— The iturily savage, 'midst ...
George Gordon Byron Byron, 1831
Jones's cabinet edition of British poets
Sweet promise of extatlc years ! ilow could I fainly hend the knee, And turn
idolater to thee 1 Tis nature's worship — feit — confess'd, Far as the life which
warms the hreast : The sturdy sarage, 'midst his clan, The rudest portraiture of
How fainly would I bend the knee. And tnrn idolater to thee ! 'Tis nature's worship
— felt — confessed Far as the life which warms tbe breast : The sturdy savage, '
midst bis clan The rudest portraiture of man, In trackless woods, and boundless ...
The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror
Fountain of hopes, and doubts, and fears, Sweet promise of ecstatic years ; How
fainly would I bend the knee, And turn idolater to thee. 'Tis nature's worship— felt
— confessed Far as the life which warms the breast ; The surly savage, 'midst ...
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