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Seite 7 - I'M wearing awa', Jean, Like snaw when its thaw, Jean, I'm wearing awa' To the land o' the leal. There's nae sorrow there, Jean, There's neither cauld nor care, Jean, The day is aye fair In the land o' the leal. Ye were aye leal and true, Jean, Your task's ended noo, Jean, And I'll welcome you To the land o
Seite 8 - I'll welcome you To the land o' the leal. Our bonnie bairn's there, Jean, She was baith guid and fair, Jean; O we grudged her right sair To the land o' the leal! Then dry that tearfu' e'e, Jean, My soul langs to be free, Jean, And angels wait on me To the land o
Seite 269 - ... engagement, purporting, or intending to bind the person taking the same to commit any treason, or murder, or any felony, punishable by law with death, shall, on conviction thereof, by due course of law, be adjudged guilty of felony, and suffer death as a felon, without benefit of clergy.
Seite 269 - Every person who shall, in any manner or form whatsoever, administer, or cause to be administered, or be aiding or assisting at the administering of any oath or engagement purporting or intending to bind the person taking the same to commit any treason, or murder, or any felony punishable by law with death, shall, on conviction thereof, by due course of law, be adjudged guilty of felony, and suffer death as a felon, without benefit of clergy.
Seite 14 - Then dry that tearfu' e'e, Jean, My soul langs to be free, Jean, And angels wait on me To the land o' the leal. Now fare ye weel, my ain Jean, This warld's care is vain, Jean ; We'll meet and aye be fain In the land o
Seite 269 - G. 3. c. 104. § 1., to render the foregoing statute more effectual, it is enacted, that every person who shall in any manner or form whatsoever, administer or cause to be administered, or be aiding or assisting at the administering of any oath or engagement, purporting or intending to bind the person taking the same to commit any treason...
Seite 205 - Tis two or three, my lord, that bring you word, Macduff is fled to England. Macb. Fled to England ? Len. Ay, my good lord. Macb. Time, thou anticipat'st my dread exploits : The flighty purpose never is o'ertook, Unless the deed go with it : from this moment, The very firstlings of my heart shall be The firstlings of my hand.
Seite 273 - ... is not to come out until the proper process of incubation be gone through by his majesty's advocate. The public prosecutor has been hatching this evidence in the castle of Edinburgh, and it is not yet disclosed. If we go to the castle, and approach the sentinels to ask admission to the witnesses, they ask, who goes there, and present their muskets to us.
Seite 263 - The Solicitor-General then ordered the clerk to write these words, as he thinks :— " Whereupon the Solicitor-General assures the declarant, that every means necessary will be taken to preserve him and his wife, and that he will get a passport to quit the country and go to the continent, and the means to carry him 36 there.