" Meanwhile Joe Parkinson, a young man much enamored, who fought the world by ordinary like Hal o' the Wynd, "for his own hand," was seeing Patricia every day.
Meanwhile Joe Parkinson, a young man much enamored, who fought the world by ordinary, like Hal o' the Wynd "for his own hand," was seeing Patricia every day.
His assistant offered to go with us to one or two Irish families in a close wynd, hard by, called Wilkie's Court.
but there was none near, and many cried for it who might have got it from the well at Blackfriar's Wynd.
He was born in a house at the head of the College Wynd.
but there was none near, and many cried for it who might have got it from the well at Blackfriars Wynd.
Meanwhile, it was a comfort to one fresh from the cities of the Old World, and the short and stunted figures, the mesquin and scrofulous visages, which crowd our alleys and back wynds, to see everywhere health, strength, and goodly stature, especially among women.
An ancient, picturesque, high-built looking city, with its wynds and closes, it had far more the characteristics of an old French ville de province than of a northern capital.
For then across the crowded roofs softly comes a strange sweetness, and deep down among the gloomy wynds of deserted warehouses, still as temples, sudden fairies of sunset dance and dazzle, and touch the grimy walls with soft hands.
"The party is taken ill with a poem," said Wynd.
whispers Wynd in return, laying his hand on Naylor's arm, and pointing to the left of the road.
They are Wynd and Naylor, the two Cambridge boating-men, in bedrabbled flannel trousers, and shooting-jackets pocketful of water; who are both fully agreed, that hunting a mad poet over the mountains in a thunder-storm is, on the whole, "the jolliest lark they ever had in their lives.
" "'Pon my honour, Wynd, we ought to be saying our prayers rather than joking in this way.
Do you mean to use force?" "I do," said Wynd quietly, as he took him round arms and body, and set him down on the rock like a child.
Wynd and Naylor, congratulating themselves on his better mind, lay down also beneath the other plaid, intending to watch him.
He went out and found Wynd and Naylor.
We must go back some twenty years before the date of the said sermon to find a certain merchant-burgess of the city of Edinburgh, David Grierson, occupying a portion of a front land situated in the Canongate, a little to the east of Leith Wynd.
By Oswald Wynd.
Oswald Wynd (A); 1Aug75; R610655. R610656.
By Oswald Wynd.
Oswald Wynd (A); 25Mar74; R573341. R573342.
In its ancient "wynds and closes," now tenanted by the veriest of the plebeian race, in former days resided men of the most distinguished rank and celebrity.
The river Cale, from which the town derives its name (Wynd-Caleton) flows at its foot.
We were delighted with our drive from Chepstow to Rossthe Wye scenery is exquisitely beautiful; we exhausted ourselves and our epithets in exclamations, and the day seemed made for the magnificent view from the Wynd Cliff, and then we came to Tintern Abbey!
Notwithstanding the high character borne for so many years by our countrymen as a people, and as specially attentive to all religious observances, still there can be no doubt that there has sprung up amongst the inhabitants of our crowded cities, wynds, and closes, a class of persons quite unknown in the old Scottish times.