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" By this he meant magical power, to which he had himself some vague pretensions, or which, at least, he had studied and reflected upon till it had become with him a kind of monomania. Scott disavowed the possession of any gifts of that kind, evidently... "
The Border Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly - Стр. 77
редактор(ы): - 1896
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A History of Peeblesshire

William Chambers - 1864 - Страниц: 557
...perception of an extraordinary mental character in this limping youth, which was then hid from other eyes. After grinning upon him for a moment with a smile...where it perched itself, and seemed to the excited senses of the visitors as if it had really been the familiar spirit of the mansion. ' He has poo'er,'...
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A History of Peeblesshire

William Chambers - 1864 - Страниц: 557
...himself some vague pretensions, or which, at least, he had studied and 404 HISTORY OF PEEBLESSHIRE. reflected upon till it had become with him a kind...where it perched itself, and seemed to the excited senses of the visitors as if it had really been the familiar spirit of the mansion. ' He has poo'er,'...
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Heads and tales; or, Anecdotes and stories of quadrupeds and other beasts

1870
...perception of an extraordinary mental character in this limping youth, which was then hid from other eyes. After grinning upon him for a moment with a smile...great disappointment of the inquirer, who then turned * "A History of Peeblesshire," by William Chambers of Qlenormiston, p. 403 (1864). round and gave a...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 148

1890
...perception of an extraordinary mental character in this limping youth, which was then hid from other eyes. After grinning upon him for a moment with a smile...where it perched itself, and seemed to the excited senses of the visitors as if it had really been the familiar spirit of the mansion. ' He has poo'er,'...
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Border Essays

John Veitch - 1896 - Страниц: 246
...stranger, seized him by the wrist with one of his iron hands, and said : " Man, hae ye ony poo'er 1 " By this he meant magical power, to which he had himself...where it perched itself, and seemed to the excited senses of the visitors as if it had really been the familiar spirit of the mansion. " He has poo'er,"...
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The Story of a Lifetime

Lady Eliza Chambers Priestley - 1908 - Страниц: 333
...STOEY OF A LIFETIME it, and then, coming up to the stranger, seized him by the wrist with one of his hands and said, ' Man, hae ye ony poo'er ? ' By this...monomania. Scott disavowed the possession of any gifts of this kind, evidently to the great disappointment of the inquirer, who then turned round and gave a...
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