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This annunciation, though something of the latest Meg received with great complacency, observing, it was a civil attention in Maister Tirl ; and that John Hislop, though he wasna just sae fast, was far surer than ony post of them a*, or express either.She also ob- served with satisfaction, that there was no gun-case along with her guest's baggage ; " for that weary gunning had brought him and her into trouble — the lairds had cried out upon't, as if she made her house a howff for common fowlers and poachers ; and yet how could she hinder twa daft herapie callants from taking a start and an owerloup ?

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" Afk he indulged these sombre recollections, his officious land-i lady disturbed their tenor by her entrance^ ^^ I was thinking to ofier you a dish of tea, Maistei^ Francie, just for the sake of auld lang syne, and I'll gar the quean Beenre bring it here, and mask it mysell.-^Bul. " " I am indeed, TMr Sf Dods,*' answered Tyrrel ; " wd [ beg you will remove the bottle." '^ Refnove the bottle, end the wine no half drank out !, ** this ceremonial would be a little hard upon strangers like myself, for how were we to find partners in these famify parties of yours P' " Never you fash your thumb about fliat, Maiister Fran- cie," returned the landlady, with a knowing wink.— « Every Jack will find a Jill; gang the world as it may-— and, at the warst o't, better hae some fashery in finding ft partner ibr the ni^^ht, than get yoked with ane diat you may not 'ie abl- to shake off the morn." ^' And doer that sometimes happen ? Having seen that the faithful creature was in every respect attended to, Tyrrel availed himself of the continued and lingering twilight, to visit the old Castle, which upon former occasions had been his favour- ite evening walk.He remained while the light permitted, admiring the prospect we attempted to describe in the first chapter, and comparing, as in his former reverie, the faded hues of the glimmering landscape to those of hu- Digitized by Google ST. 33 man life, when early youth and hope have ceased to gild them. There must be government in all society — Bees have their Queen, and stag-herds have their leader t Rome had her Consuls, Athens had her Archons, And we, sir, have our Managing Committee.There's tomehody in the kitchen —gang foi \7brd wi' the lantern, John Ortler.' At thii crittcal moment, the ttnin* ger opened the door of the kitchen, and heheld the dame advancing at the head of her household troops. But if they had come to Saint Rona^'s because the house at the Well was full — or if she disliked what the sa Uor calls the cut of their jib— or if, above all, they were critical about their accommodations, none so likely as Meg to give them what in her country is called a^ecm« In fact, she reck-* oned such persons a pdrrt (^ that ungenerous asd ufi^ grateful pi^lie, fer whose sake sbe was keeping bef house open at a dead loss^ and who bad left her^ as it were, a victkn to her patriotic seal* Hence arose the different reports conceming tte little inn of Saint Rotian's, whieb some favoured travellefs praised as the neatest and most cofnrfortable old-'Siisfaion- ed house in Scotland, wber« yoo liaid good stttendsi Dcei and good elieer, at moderate rmes ; while olbers, less fortunate, could only talk of the darkness of the rooms, tlie homeliness of the old fomiture, and tba detestable bad humour of Meg Dbds, the landlady.But, notwithstanding this admirable disposition, no sooner had the stranger shown his face, and pronounced the words * Mis. Reader, if you come from the more sunny ade of the Tweed— or even if, being a Scot, you have had the ad- vantage to tie born within the last twenty-five years, you hiay be induced to diink this portrait of Queen Efisa'^ abeth, in Dame Quickly's piqued hat and green apron somewhat overcharged in the features.Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. FRANCIS * Ca PHILADELPIUA: THOMAS, COWPERTHWAIT, ft CO. It was therefore with a sense of temerity that the author intruded upon a species of composition which had been of late practised with such distinguished suc- cess.

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" " No other son," said Meg ; " and there's e'en eneugh, unless be cou H have left a better ane." " He died then," said Tyrrel, ** excepting this son, without children ? — ^be has her aften jinketting about, and back and forward, wi' a' the fine ffiehtering fools that come* yonder ; and clapping palms wi' them, and linking at their dances and daffings. " " And does Clara, — I mean does Miss Mowbray, keep company with such women as these ? " She maun keep the company that her brother keeps, for she is clearly dependent.