Tylney Hall


Tylney Hall



and a chield in a coble wi' a wbeen quaichs and

bickers — "

" Is to serve it out to the young Squire's

health," said Mrs. Hamilton, laughing. " And

weel may the boatie row, say I, that rows to such

a good purpose. So away to your own bed, lass,

and dream over a dream, one half of which at least

is likely to come true."

Thus dismissed, Tibbie retired, drawing the

chamber-door after her, but not so suddenly as to

prevent the words " wasterie " and " red-wud "

an^ " down-come," from slipping in before it


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