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The Royal Review
William Topaz McGonagall
came from London, far away, To review the Scottish Volunteers in grand array: Most magnificent to bRate it:

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Victoria Park and Caledonian Games
James McIntyre
Mayor of the town. Come one, come all, to Scottish games On the banks of Canadian Thames ; You'll Rate it:

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Roan Stallion
Robinson Jeffers
lips; she was only a fourth part Indian; a Scottish sailor had planted her in young native earth, SRate it:

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Cymru
George Essex Evans
that flushes the blood of the restless Celt— Scottish, or Welsh, or Irish, whatever the branches beRate it:

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A Civic Holiday Trip
James McIntyre
came to see this presentation To stalwart son of Scottish nation. Rate it:

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A Humble Heroine
William Topaz McGonagall
any man there by far; She was the wife of a Scottish soldier in Matagarda Port, And to attend to heRate it:

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A Receipt To Restore Stella’s Youth. 1724-5
Jonathan Swift
The Scottish hinds, too poor to house In frosty nights their starving cows, While not a blade of grass or hay Appears from Michaelmas to May, Must ...Rate it:

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Book Agent Story
James McIntyre
As we have given several humorous Scottish stories in verse we will venture to trespass on your good nature by giving an American specimen. The sce...Rate it:

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Border Ballad
Sir Walter Scott
mountain glen, Fight for the Queen and our old Scottish glory. Come from the hills where your hiRate it:

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Burns
John Greenleaf Whittier
BLOSSOM. No more these simple flowers belong To Scottish maid and lover; Sown in the common soil oRate it:

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Channing
John Greenleaf Whittier
Saxon greets the Celt. The yeoman on the Scottish lines, The Sheffield grinder, worn and grim, TheRate it:

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Cotter's Saturday Night, The
Robert Burns
esteem and praise. To you I sing, in simple Scottish lays, The lowly train in life's sequester'd scRate it:

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Donal Campbell
William Henry Drummond
the corse of many a clansman from the far- off Scottish Highlands 'Mid the rocks of savage Dargai iRate it:

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Donald Ross
James McIntyre
A Scottish - Canadian tale. By the side of moss Lived young Donald Ross, Among the heathery hills And the mountain rills, In a snug little cot, ...Rate it:

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Fight With A Bear
James McIntyre
men on skates did him bother. But the bold Scottish lad, McBeath, Alas ! he nearly met his death, WRate it:

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From Lines to William Simson
Robert Burns
Southron billies. 31 At Wallace' name what Scottish blood 32 But boils up in a spring-tide floRate it:

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Galt and Dunlop
James McIntyre
was manager of the Canada Companies Lands, and a Scottish Novelist, Dunlop was once a leading BritiRate it:

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Honister Crag, Cumberland
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
the Graemes, in which the young leader of the Scottish clan was slain, though his party were victorRate it:

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Judex Judicatus
Ambrose Bierce
still a 'song o' sixpence' from The Scottish fiddle of each lusty palm, Thy Judges, California, skiRate it:

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Kinmont Willie
Andrew Lang
that the bauld Bacleuch Is keeper here on the Scottish side? 'And have they een taen him, Kinmont Rate it:

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Lines Composed In A Concert-Room
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
stretching from my nurses arms I kissed,) His Scottish tunes and warlike marches play, By moonshineRate it:

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Lines in Praise of Professor Blackie
William Topaz McGonagall
locks like a seer, And in the hearts of the Scottish people he was loved most dear; And many a hearRate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto III
John Trumbull
this to stand your ark of safety; Or driven by Scottish laird and laddie, Think ye to rest beneath Rate it:

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March, March, Ettrick and Teviotdale
Sir Walter Scott
mountain glen, Fight for the Queen and our old Scottish glory. II. Come from the hills where youRate it:

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Marmion: Canto III. - The Inn
Sir Walter Scott
wanted, in that martial day, The implements of Scottish fray, The buckler, lance, and brand. BeneatRate it:

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