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1) 296. The Five Carlins: An Election Ballad. Burns, Robert. 1909-14. Poems and Songs. The Harvard Classics
...25 This errand fain wad gae; But nae ane could their fancy please, O ne er a ane but twae. The first ane was a belted Knight, Bred of a Border band; 2 30 And he wad...

2) 10. Difficulty of estimating his Originality; His treatment of the Old Songs; "The Tea-Table Miscellany" and "The Evergreen". XIV. Scottish Popular Poetry before Burns. Vol. 9. From Steele and Addison to Pope and Swift. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 190721
...Dear Bessy Bell and Mary Gray, Ye unco sair oppress us: Our fancies gae between you twae, Ye are sic bonney lasses. Commonplace, truth to tell, is the dominating...

3) 24. Clerk Saunders. Rhys, Ernest, ed. 1921. The Haunters & the Haunted
...his arms as asleep she lay; 50 And sad and silent was the night, That was atween thir twae. And they lay still and sleepit sound, Till the day began to daw; And kindly...

4) 371. Clerk Saunders. Anonymous. The Oxford Book of English Verse
...Into his arms as asleep she lay; And sad and silent was the night That was atween thir twae. And they lay still and sleepit sound 45 Until the day began to daw';...

5) 27. Clerk Saunders. Quiller-Couch, Arthur, ed. 1910. The Oxford Book of Ballads
...d Into his arms as asleep she lay; And sad and silent was the night That was atween thir twae. XII And they lay still and sleepit sound 45 Until the day began to...

6) 2. Tam Lin. Quiller-Couch, Arthur, ed. 1910. The Oxford Book of Ballads
...Carterhaugh As fast as she can hie. XX She hadna pu d a leaf, a leaf, A leaf but only twae, When up and started young Tam Lin, 85 Says, Ladye, thou s pu nae mae....

7) 3. The Adventure of the Literary Innkeeper. Buchan, John. 1915. The Thirty-nine Steps
...the cushions. 20 'And that's a' I get,' he moaned. 'A heid hetter than hell fire, and twae een lookin' different ways for the Sabbath.' What did it?' I asked. 'A...

8) Paras. 25-49. Carlyle, Thomas. 1909-14. Sir Walter Scott. The Harvard Classics
...is, at six o clock, the ballad-hunters had, just to lay the stomach, a devilled duck or twae and some London porter. Auld Thomas found them, nevertheless, well disposed...

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