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" ... days of Chaucer, which is not a translation of some earlier French one. While these circumstances operated to retard the improvement of the English language in England itself, there is great reason to believe, that in the Lowlands of Scotland its... "
Origin of the Scots and the Scottish language - Pagina ix
door James Paterson - 1858 - 166 pagina’s
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The Annual Review and History of Literature, Volume 3

1805
...limited by the Tweed, but extended, at least occasionally, ns far northward as the Frith of I'orth. The fertile plains of Berwickshire, and the Lothians,...language resembled that of the Belgic tribes whom tlisy had conquered, and this blended speech contained, as it were, the original materials of the English...
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Sir Tristrem: A Metrical Romance of the Thirteenth Century

Thomas (the Rhymer) - 1811 - 401 pagina’s
...believe, that in the Lowlands of Scotland its advances were more rapid. The Saxon kingdom of Bernicia was not limited by the Tweed, but extended, at least occasionally, as far northward as the Firth of Forth. The fertile plains of Berwickshire, and the Lothians, were inhabited by a race of Anglo-Saxons,...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Sir Tristram

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...Bernicia was not limited by the Tweed, but extended, at least occasionally, as far northward as the Firth of Forth. The fertile plains of Berwickshire, and...original materials of the English tongue. Beyond the Firths of Forth and of Tay, was the principal seat of the Picts, a Gothic tribe,* if we can trust the...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1833
...behove, that in tin; Lowlands of -Scotland its advances were more rapid. The Saxon kingdom of Bemicia was not limited by the Tweed, but extended, at least occasionally, as far northward an the Frith of Forth. The fertile plains of Berwickshire, and thu Lothian*, were inhabited by a race...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart.., Volume 5

Walter Scott - 1880
...believe, that in the Lowlands of Scotland its advances were more rapid. The Saxon kingdom of Bernicia was not limited by the Tweed, but extended, at least...contained, as it were, the original materials of the Enghsh tongue. Beyond the Friths of Forth and of Tay, was the principal seat of the Picts, a Gothic...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart.., Volume 5

Sir Walter Scott - 1833
...believe, that in the Lowlands of Scotland its advances were more rapid. The Saxon kingdom of Bernicia was not limited by the Tweed, but extended, at least...northward as the Frith of Forth. The fertile plains of Berwicksbire, and the Lothians, were inhabited by a race of Anglo-Saxons, whose language resembled...
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