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Fareweel To A'Our Scottish Fame
Robert Burns
Fareweel to a' our Scottish fame, Fareweel our ancient glory; Fareweel ev'n to the Scottish name, Sae famed in martial story! Now Sark rins over So...Rate it:

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Response To Sentiment of Scottish Poets
James McIntyre
Hame. ' Charles McKay, the greatest living Scottish Poet, is most favourably known by his splendiRate it:

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The Scottish Engineer
Andrew Barton Paterson
There on the door of his engine -- dead -- The Scottish Engineer! Rate it:

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A Poor French Sailor’s Scottish Sweetheart
William Johnson Cory
I CANNOT forget my Joe, I bid him be mine in sleep; But battle and woe have changed him so There ’s nothing to do but weep. My mother r...Rate it:

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Scottish Names in Oxford County
James McIntyre
We have the Murray and McKay From the country of Lord Rae ; * McKenzie too from many a loch, From Dingwall, Fain, and old Dornoch. *Lord Rae, chie...Rate it:

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The Old Scotish Cavalier
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
e'er wore sword on thigh! Like a brave old Scottish cavalier, All of the olden time! II. He kept Rate it:

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The Ballad Of How Macpherson Held The Floor
Robert William Service
you'll shame us if you stop. Remember you're of Scottish birth - keep piping till you drop. Aye, thRate it:

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The Battle of Bannockburn
William Topaz McGonagall
waggons in his train, Expecting that most of the Scottish army would be slain, Hoping to make the rRate it:

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The Battle of Flodden Field
William Topaz McGonagall
thirteen. And on the ridge of Braxton hill the Scottish army lay, All beautifully arrayed, and eaRate it:

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'Bobbie' for Brotherhood
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
my soul; For critics said 'twas aye a crime Nae Scottish patriot could thole Whit way I ca'ed theiRate it:

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Ode to the Great Unknown
Thomas Hood
Constable's literary John-a-nokes— The real Scottish wizard—and not which, Nobody—in a niche; ERate it:

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The Heart Of The Bruce
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
do you take its dearest pledge From this our Scottish land? ''The sultry breeze of Galilee Creeps Rate it:

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The Island Of The Scots
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
next their hearts, And ta'en a last farewell Of Scottish earth and Scottish sky, Where Scotland's gRate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto I
John Trumbull
less avail'd his optic sleight, And Scottish gift of second-sight. No ancient sybil, famed in rhymeRate it:

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Edinburgh After Flodden
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
back I never come, And if, instead of Scottish shouts, Ye hear the English drum,- Then let the warnRate it:

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English Names on Canadian Thames
James McIntyre
and Kent. She Essex kisseth in her mouth, And Scottish names, one north, one south ; And London nowRate it:

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Heath from the Highlands
Henry Kendall
me dream - It sends my soul afar To where the Scottish mountains gleam Against the Northern star. Rate it:

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It Was an English Ladye Bright
Sir Walter Scott
fair on Carlisle wall,) And she would marry a Scottish knight, For Love will still be lorRate it:

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Marmion: Canto 6 (excerpt)
Sir Walter Scott
Baron climb'd the tower, To view afar the Scottish power, Encamp'd on Flodden edge: Rate it:

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Marmion: Canto IV. - The Camp
Sir Walter Scott
meanwhile, the cost Had reckoned with their Scottish host; And, as the charge he cast and paid, 'IlRate it:

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Ode to the Memory of Burns
Thomas Campbell
their scorn of death and chains ? And see the Scottish exile, tanned By many a far and foreign cliRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 5
Ludovico Ariosto
I believe, that if the circling sun To these our Scottish shores approach less near Than other landRate it:

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Robert Louis Stevenson
Richard Le Gallienne
he came, Heir to those lights that guard the Scottish coast, And caring only for a filial fame; ProRate it:

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The Death of Sir James, Lord of Douglas
James Clerk Maxwell
protect the Christian right!" To whom Alphonso—"Scottish lord, That now for Spain cost draw that swRate it:

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The Pipes At Lucknow
John Greenleaf Whittier
mountaineer, - To the cottage and the castle The Scottish pipes are dear; - Sweet sounds the ancienRate it:

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