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" ... the setting sun ; but the hall was so large, and these "dazzling objects so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland. The furniture of... "
Folklore - Page 184
redigeeritud poolt - 1891
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1857
...distant from it. that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....a silver kemb," " There was his sister burd Ellen ; a She stood up him before." Says, " ' God rue on thee, poor luckless fode ! What has thou to do here...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1857
...so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....a silver kemb," " There was his sister burd Ellen ; 25 She stood up him before." Says, " ' God rue on thee, poor luckless fode 1 What has thou to do...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1860
...so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....a silver kemb," " There was his sister burd Ellen ; 25 She stood up him before." Says, " ' God rue on thee, poor luckless fode ! What has thou to do...
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ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BALLADS.

FRANCIS JAMES CHILD - 1860
...distant from it. that tlieir blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....and gold, and " kembing her yellow hair wi' a silver kernb," " There was his sister burd Ellen ; w She stood up him before." Says, u ' God rue on thee,...
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ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BALLADS

1860
...so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....on a gorgeous sofa of velvet, silk, and gold, and u kembing her yellow hair wi' a silver kenib," " There was his sister burd Ellen ; 25 She stood up...
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The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland: Romantic and Historical. With Notes and ...

1871 - 656 lehte
...so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more thau a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....suitable to its architecture ; and at the farther eud, under a splendid canopy, seated on a gorgeous sofa of velvet, silk, and gold, and ' kembing her...
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Folk Lore, Or, Superstitious Beliefs in the West of Scotland Within this ...

James Napier - 1879 - 190 lehte
...objects so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing mellow lustre around, and excited no other than agreeable sensations in...hall was suitable to its architecture; and at the further end, under a splendid canopy, sitting on a gorgeous sofa of velvet, silk and gold, and "kembing...
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Folk lore: or, superstitious beliefs in the west of Scotland within this ...

James Napier - 1879 - 190 lehte
...objects so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing mellow lustre around, and excited no other than agreeable sensations in...hall was suitable to its architecture; and at the further end, under a splendid canopy, sitting on a gorgeous sofa of velvet, silk and gold, and "kembing...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1880
...cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes oí' Child Rowland. The furniture of the hall was suitable...on a gorgeous sofa of velvet, silk, and gold, and " kerubing her yellow hair wi' a silver kemb," " There was liis sister bnrd Ellen ; She stood up him...
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The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland

1893 - 656 lehte
...so far removed, that their blended radiance cast no more than a pleasing lustre, and excited no more than agreeable sensations in the eyes of Child Rowland....velvet, silk, and gold, and ' kembing her yellow hair with a silver keinb,' — * The cathedral of Elgin naturally enough furnished similes to a man who...
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