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" Atween the preachings meet wi' me; Meet wi' me, or, when it's mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing, thae days are gane : Frae kirk and fair I come alane, While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae me and Logan braes. "
The Universal Magazine - Page 557
1804
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Harper's Cyclopædia of British and American Poetry

Epes Sargent - 1881 - 1000 pages
...Meet wi' me, or, whan it's mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logau kirk. I wecl may sing thae days are gane ; l that is past; I am ready not to do At lost, at last. My half da faes, Far, far frae me and Logau braes. At e'en, when hope amaist is gane, I danuder1 out, and sit...
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The Scottish Minstrel: The Songs of Scotland Subsequent to Burns, with ...

Charles Rogers - 1882 - 544 pages
...Meet wi' me, or, whan it's mirk, Convoy me liame frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing thae days are gane, Frae kirk and fair I come alane ; While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae me and Logan braes. " Encyclopaedia of Scottish, English, and Irish Song»," printed...
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Harper's Cyclopaedia of British and American Poetry

Epes Sargent - 1882 - 1002 pages
...me, or, whan it's mirk, Convoy me hamo frac Logau kirk. I wei-1 may sing time days aro gano ; Frac Sargent faes, Far, far frac me and Logan braes. At e'en, when hope amaist is gane, I dannder1 out, and sit...
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The Scottish Minstrel: The Songs of Scotland Subsequent to Burns, with ...

Charles Rogers - 1885 - 614 pages
...Meet wi' me, or, whan it's mirk, Convoy me home frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing thae days are gane, Frae kirk and fair I come alane; While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae me and Logan braes. At e'en, when hope amaist is gane, I daunder dowie and forlane;...
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The Complete Works of Robert Burns (self-interpreting)

Robert Burns - 1886 - 490 pages
...wi' me, or, when it's mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing— thae days are gane ! Frae kirk and fair I come alane, While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae me and Logan braes ! ' "Burns Imagined that this delightful composition of Mr....
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The Popular Songs of Scotland with Their Appropriate Melodies

George Farquhar Graham - 1887 - 430 pages
...Meet wi' me, or, when it's mirk, Convoy me hame inte Logan kirk. I weel may sing, thae days are gane ; Frae kirk and fair I come alane, While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae nie and Logan braes. 1 I wander melancholy and alone. At e'en, when hope amaist...
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Paisley Poets: With Brief Memoirs of Them, and Selections from ..., Volume 1

1889 - 522 pages
...Meet wi' me, or whan its mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logan Kirk. I weel may sing, thae days are gane— Frae Kirk and Fair I come alane, While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae me or Logan braes J At e'en whan Hope amaist is gane, I dauncr out or sit alane...
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The Leading Poets of Scotland: From Early Times

Walter Jenkinson Kaye - 1891 - 350 pages
...; Meet wi' me or when its mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing thae days are gane, Frae kirk and fair I come alane ; While my dear lad maun face his faes, Far, far frae me and Logan braes. At e'en, when hope amaist is gane, I daunder dowie and forlane...
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Lyric Love: An Anthology

William Watson - 1892 - 276 pages
...Meet wi' me, or when it's mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing thae days are gane — Frae kirk and fair I come alane While my dear lad maun face his faes Far, far frae me and Logan braes. At e'en, when hope amaist is gane, I dander dowie and forlane,...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1895 - 656 pages
...it's mirk, Convoy me hame frae Logan kirk. I weel may sing thae days are gane — Frae kirk and lair I come alane, While my dear lad maun face his fact-, Far, far frae me and Logan braes l O ! cou'd I see thae days again, My lover skaithless, and my ain ; Rever'd by friends, and...
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