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to the ballad •Clerk
Bibliograpby of Dibdin, 2 - Tennyson's "Lord of Bur. The opening stanza of this narrative states
--Tintagel Church-Rookwood and his Ride_" Motor"
have been thinking of another ballad, where
Armigerous Families—Bruce and Burns, 11-Roubiliac's
Wi' a lang linen band ?
Kipling's 'City of Dreadful Night,' 16—" Lupo-mannaro
"Ohan! and alas !” in the text, and explains
"row,” meaning wrap or roll, as rap, which
IN 1887 the late Prof. Henry Morley
Till he has reached Dunallan's towers,
And there his mother dear resides.