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" ... us maun to our wark again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer. "
Autobiography Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (T - Page 19
by Hester L. S. Thrale Piozzi - 1861 - 506 pages
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The Antiquary, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1816 - 370 pages
...answered the fisher gruffly, " unless I wanted to see four children starve, because ane is drowned r' It's weel wi' you gentles, that can sit in the house...when ye lose a friend; but the like o' us maun to our warks again, if oar hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." Without taking more notice of (Wdfruck...
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The antiquary. By the author of 'Waverley'.

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1821
...answered the fisher gruffly, unless I wanted to see four children starve, because ane is drowned? It's weel wi' you gentles, that can sit in the house...when ye lose a friend; but the like o' us maun to our \varks again, if our hearts were heating as hard as my hammer. Without taking more notice of Oldbnck...
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Novels and tales of the author of Waverley, Volume 5

sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) - 1822
...answered the fisher gruffly, " unless I wanted to see four children starve, because ane is drowned ? It's weel wi' you gentles, that can sit in the house...ye lose a friend ; but the like o' us maun to our warks again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." Without taking more notice of Oldbuck...
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Antiquary. - Rob Roy

Walter Scott - 1823
...four bairns starve, because ane is drowned ? It's weel wi' you gen. ties, that can sit in thuJiousc wi' handkerchers at your een when ye lose a friend ; but the like o' us maun to our warks again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hummer." Without taking more notice of Oldbuck,...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 6

Walter Scott - 1829
...in a tone of sympathy — " I am glad, Saunders, that you feel yourself able to make this exertion." wi' you gentles, that can sit in the house wi' handkerchers...wark again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." Without taking more notice of Oldbuck he proceeded in his labour ; and the Antiquary, to...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 4

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 486 pages
...would you have me to do. • unless I wanted to see four children starve, because one is drowned ? Ifs weel wi' you gentles, that can sit in the house wi'...wark again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." It may be worth noting, that it was in correcting the proof-sheets of this novel that Scott...
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Foster's Cabinet Miscellany: A Series of Publications on Various ..., Volume 3

Literature - 1837
...flowed from his pen. unless I wanted to see four children starve, because one is drowned ? Ifs weel wV you gentles, that can sit in the house wi' handkerchers...wark again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." Unlike, I believe, most men, whenever Scott neared the end of one composition, his spirits...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart..

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837
...four children starve, because one is drowned ? if 3 weel wi' you gentles, that can sit in the house wf handkerchers at your een, when ye lose a friend ;...wark again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." It may be worth noting, that it was in correcting the 14 LIFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT. proof-sheets...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 10

1837
...four children starve, because one is drowned ? it's well wf you gentles, that can sit in the house wf handkerchers at your een, when ye lose a friend; but the like o' us maun to our tvarh again, if our hearts were beating as hard as my hammer.' " It may be worth noting, that it was...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 2

John Gibson Lockhart - Authors, Scottish - 1837
...starve, because one is drowned ? it's weel wi you gentles, that can sit in the house wt kandjeerchers at your een, when ye lose a friend; but the like o' us maun to our wark again*ifour hearts were beating as hard as my hammer." . . .• • It may be worth noting, that it...
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