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'Here, beldam, deyvil's kind, growled the harsh voice of Dirk Hatteraick from the inside of his den, 'what makest thou there? 'Laying the roughies to keep the cauld wind frae you, ye desperate do-nae-good. Ye're e'en ower weel off, and wotsna; it will be otherwise soon. 'Have you brought me the brandy, and any news of my people? said Dirk Hatteraick. 'There's the flask for ye.

I'm weel convinced Gabriel drapped the roughies in the water on purpose; he doesna like to see ony body do a thing better than himsell. 'Ay, said another, 'he's sair shamed o' himsell, else he would have been up here the night; Gabriel likes a little o' the gude thing as weel as ony o' us. 'Is he of this country? said Brown.

'Here, beldam, deyvil's kind, growled the harsh voice of Dirk Hatteraick from the inside of his den, 'what makest thou there? 'Laying the roughies to keep the cauld wind frae you, ye desperate do-nae-good. Ye're e'en ower weel off, and wotsna; it will be otherwise soon. 'Have you brought me the brandy, and any news of my people? said Dirk Hatteraick. 'There's the flask for ye.

'Here, beldam, deyvil's kind, growled the harsh voice of Dirk Hatteraick from the inside of his den, 'what makest thou there? 'Laying the roughies to keep the cauld wind frae you, ye desperate do-nae-good. Ye're e'en ower weel off, and wotsna; it will be otherwise soon. 'Have you brought me the brandy, and any news of my people? said Dirk Hatteraick. 'There's the flask for ye.

And now I wad like a wise man to tell me whether Heaven is maist pleased wi' the sight we are looking upon thae pleasant and quiet lang streaks o' moonlight that are lying sae still on the floor o' this auld kirk, and glancing through the great pillars and stanchions o' the carved windows, and just dancing like on the leaves o' the dark ivy as the breath o' wind shakes it I wonder whether this is mair pleasing to Heaven than when it was lighted up wi' lamps, and candles nae doubt, and roughies,* and wi' the mirth and the frankincent that they speak of in the Holy Scripture, and wi' organs assuredly, and men and women singers, and sackbuts, and dulcimers, and a' instruments o' music I wonder if that was acceptable, or whether it is of these grand parafle o' ceremonies that holy writ says, It is an abomination to me.

I'm weel convinced Gabriel drapped the roughies in the water on purpose; he doesna like to see ony body do a thing better than himsell. 'Ay, said another, 'he's sair shamed o' himsell, else he would have been up here the night; Gabriel likes a little o' the gude thing as weel as ony o' us. 'Is he of this country? said Brown.

I'm weel convinced Gabriel drapped the roughies in the water on purpose; he doesna like to see ony body do a thing better than himsell. 'Ay, said another, 'he's sair shamed o' himsell, else he would have been up here the night; Gabriel likes a little o' the gude thing as weel as ony o' us. 'Is he of this country? said Brown.

And now I wad like a wise man to tell me whether Heaven is maist pleased wi' the sight we are looking upon thae pleasant and quiet lang streaks o' moonlight that are lying sae still on the floor o' this auld kirk, and glancing through the great pillars and stanchions o' the carved windows, and just dancing like on the leaves o' the dark ivy as the breath o' wind shakes it I wonder whether this is mair pleasing to Heaven than when it was lighted up wi' lamps, and candles nae doubt, and roughies,* and wi' the mirth and the frankincent that they speak of in the Holy Scripture, and wi' organs assuredly, and men and women singers, and sackbuts, and dulcimers, and a' instruments o' music I wonder if that was acceptable, or whether it is of these grand parafle o' ceremonies that holy writ says, It is an abomination to me.