They were loading each of these in their turn, and one or two had already put off to seaward. 'This speaks for itself, said Bertram; 'but I fear something worse has happened. Do you perceive a strong smell of smoke, or is it my fancy? 'Fancy? answered Dinmont, 'there's a reek like a killogie. Od, if they burn the custom-house it will catch here, and we'll lunt like a tar-barrel a' thegither.

Na, na, the muckle chumlay in the Auld Place reeked like a killogie in his time, and there were as mony puir folk riving at the banes in the court, and about the door, as there were gentles in the ha'. And the leddy, on ilka Christmas night as it came round, gae twelve siller pennies to ilka puir body about, in honour of the twelve apostles like.

Na, na, the muckle chumlay in the Auld Place reeked like a killogie in his time, and there were as mony puir folk riving at the banes in the court, and about the door, as there were gentles in the ha'. And the leddy, on ilka Christmas night as it came round, gae twelve siller pennies to ilka puir body about, in honour of the twelve apostles like.

They were loading each of these in their turn, and one or two had already put off to seaward. 'This speaks for itself, said Bertram; 'but I fear something worse has happened. Do you perceive a strong smell of smoke, or is it my fancy? 'Fancy? answered Dinmont, 'there's a reek like a killogie. Od, if they burn the custom-house it will catch here, and we'll lunt like a tar-barrel a' thegither.

They were loading each of these in their turn, and one or two had already put off to seaward. 'This speaks for itself, said Bertram; 'but I fear something worse has happened. Do you perceive a strong smell of smoke, or is it my fancy? 'Fancy? answered Dinmont, 'there's a reek like a killogie. Od, if they burn the custom-house it will catch here, and we'll lunt like a tar-barrel a' thegither.

Sitting, as I was saying, at our tea, one of the servant lasses came into the room with a sort of a panic laugh, and said, "What are ye all doing there when the Breadland's in a low?" "The Breadland in a low!" cried I. "Oh, ay!" cried she; "bleezing at the windows and the rigging, and out at the lum, like a killogie."

Na, na, the muckle chumlay in the Auld Place reeked like a killogie in his time, and there were as mony puir folk riving at the banes in the court, and about the door, as there were gentles in the ha'. And the leddy, on ilka Christmas night as it came round, gae twelve siller pennies to ilka puir body about, in honour of the twelve apostles like.