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TALES OF MY LANDLORD.

VOL. Iv.

Ahora bien, dito el Cura, traedme, señor huésped, aguesos libros, que los quiero ver. Que me place, respondió el, y entrando, en su aposento, sacó del una muletilla vieja cerrada con una cadenilla, y abriéndola, halló en ella tres libros grandes y unos papeles de muy buena letra escritos de mano.—Don Quixote, Part I. Capitulo 82.

It is mighty well, said the priest; pray, landlord, bring me those books, for I have a mind to see them. With all my heart, answered the host; and, going to his chamber, he brought out a little old cloke-bag, with a padlock and chain to it, and opening it, he took out three large volumes, and some manuscript papers written in a fine character.—Jarvis's Translation.

COLLECTED AND ARRANGED
BY

JEDEDIAH CLEISHBOTHAM,

SCHOOLMASTER AND PARISH-CLERK OF CANDERCLEUCII.

Hear, Land o' Cakes and brither Scots,
Frae Maidenkirk to Jonny Groats',
If there's a hole in a' your coats,

I rede ye tent it,
A chiel's amang you takin' notes.

An' faith he'l! prent it.

Burns.

IN POUR vOLUMES.
VOL. IV.

THIRD EDITION.

EDINBURGH:

PRINTED FOR WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, Trince's STREET
AND JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET, LONDON.

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