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Janet, gang na to see: Ye left a chair afore the fire, Whaur I tauld ye nae chair sud be.

Gin it hadna been for Bannockburn, sir, whaur wad Scotland hae been the day?

Yonder, and when we won to it we were just about fornent whaur you and Mr Kinloch were on the ither side.

Gang on as ye are gaun, tak the first turn to the north, and syne east again whaur ye see a muckle windmill that pumps the water frae the sheughs.

Jack, To whaur the emus bide, Ye shall find the auld hen on the nest, While the auld cock sits beside.

Shirra has been sent for to carry her to the Kirk Aller steeple, whaur they confine the warlocks.

Jack, To whaur the emus bide, Ye shall find the auld hen on the nest, While the auld cock sits beside.

Gin it hadna been for Bannockburn, sir, whaur wad Scotland hae been the day?

For ae thing, the tailor taks a bit o' 't to mark whaur he's to sen' the shears alang the claith, when he's cuttin oot a pair o' breeks.

But she's jist huntit wi' the idea that she pat the bairnie doon, and left him, and kens na whaur.

I, for my pairt, confess nae obligation but to drap workin, and sit doon wi' clean han's, or as clean as I can weel mak them, to the speeritooal table o' my Lord, whaur I aye try as weel to weir a clean and a cheerfu' face--that is, sae far as the sermon will permit--and there's aye a pyke o' mate somewhaur intil 't!