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" I find my dogs' feet on my knees. I hear them whining and seeking me everywhere — this is nonsense, but it is what they would do could they know how things are. Poor Will Laidlaw ! poor Tom Purdie ! this will be news to wring your heart, and many a... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 403
edited by - 1890
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The Complete Poetical Works of Scott

Sir Walter Scott - Ballads, Scots - 1900 - 582 pages
...but it is what they would do could they know how things are. Poor Will Laidlaw ! poor Tom Purdie 1 this will be news to wring your heart, and many a...fellow's besides to whom my prosperity was daily bread. . . . For myself the magic wand of the Unknown is shivered in his grasp. He must henceforth be termed...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott - 1900 - 582 pages
...what they would do could they know how things are. Poor Will Laidlaw ! poor Tom Purdie I this will he news to wring your heart, and many a poor fellow's besides to whom my prosperity was daily bread. . . . For myself the magic wand of the Unknown is shivered in his grasp. He must henceforth be termed...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 4

John Gibson Lockhart - 1901
...can answer this question? Poor Will Laidlaw — poor Tom Pnrdie — such news will wring your hearts, and many a poor fellow's besides, to whom my prosperity was daily bread. Ballantyne behaves like himself, and sinks the prospect of his own ruin in contemplating mine. I tried...
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My Favorite Book-shelf: A Collection of Interesting & Instructive Reading ...

Charles Josselyn - English literature - 1903 - 292 pages
...everywhere—this is nonsense, but it is what they would do could they know how things are. Poor Will Laidlaw! Poor Tom Purdie! this will be news to wring your heart,...fellow's besides to whom my prosperity was daily bread. Ballantyne behaves like himself, and sinks his own ruin in contemplating mine. I tried to enrich him...
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The Life of Sir Walter Scott

Gerald Le Grys Norgate - Authors, Scottish - 1906 - 365 pages
...His regrets are more for others than himself, as his children are provided for. " Poor Will Laidlaw ! poor Tom Purdie ! this will be news to wring your...besides to whom my prosperity was daily bread." The thought of parting with his dogs moved his own feelings more than anything. Lady Scott ("Another person")...
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Sir Walter Scott's Friends

Florence Anne Sellar MacCunn - Authors, Scottish - 1909 - 448 pages
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STORIES OF AUTHORS

EDWIN WATTS CHUBB - 1910
...everywhere—this is nonsense, but it is what they would do could they know how things are. Poor Will Laidlaw! Poor Tom Purdie! this will be news to wring your heart,...fellow's besides to whom my prosperity was daily bread." After touching on some other matters he comes back to Abbotsford,—"Yet to save Abbotsford I would...
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Stories of Authors, British and American

Edwin Watts Chubb - Authors, American - 1910 - 369 pages
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The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, 1825-32: From the Original ..., Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1927 - 943 pages
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The Life of Sir Walter Scott

Stephen Lucius Gwynn - Authors, Scottish - 1930 - 384 pages
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