'Lambe them, lads lambe them' a cant phrase of the time derived from the fate of Dr. Lambe, an astrologer and quack, who was knocked on the head by the rabble in Charles the First's time.
More Quotes from Walter Scott:To every lovely lady bright, I wish a gallant faithful knight To every faithful lover, too, I wish a trusting lady true.
Steady of heart and stout of hand.
I was not always a man of woe.
Bluid is thicker than water.
Where lives the man that has not tried How mirth can into folly glide, And folly into sin.
Upon the death of his wife May 16 1826 She died at nine in the morning, after being ill for two dayseasy at last. I arrived here late last night. For myself, I scarce know how I feel sometimes as firm as the Bass Rock, sometimes as weak as the wate.
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