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" ... gnarled oak can be twisted as easily as the young sapling. Can I forget that I have been branded as an outlaw — stigmatized as a traitor — a price set on my head as if I had been a wolf — my family treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox,... "
Rob Roy Macgregor; or, Auld lang syne! A musical drama. Founded on the novel ... - 第 76 頁
Isaac Pocock 著 - 1818
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Yes, Or No?: A Musical Farce, in Two Acts

1809 - 38 頁
...think the old gnarled oak can be twisted like the green sapling ? Think you I can forget being branded as an outlaw— stigmatized as a traitor — a price...ancestors, denounced as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil ! Frank. Rely on it, the prosr^-ition of your name and family is considered b> ..ne English...
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Rob Roy, 第 3 卷

Sir Walter Scott - 1818 - 348 頁
...and cubs of the hill-fox, m— £'•< wh'cto all aiay torment, vilify, degrade, and insult,— -4he very name which came to me from a long and noble line...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil As he went on in this manner, I could plainly see, that, by the enumeration of his wrongs,...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, 第 4 冊

John Pierpont - 1823 - 480 頁
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox, whom all may torment, :vilify, degrade, and insult ; — the very name which came to me from a long and noble...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with ? — And they shall find (fiat the name they have dared to proscribe — that the...
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Rob Roy [by sir W. Scott]. With the author's last notes and additions

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1831
...hill-fox, whom all may torment, vii«J' ) degrade, and insult,—the very name which came to ffl e from a long and noble line of martial ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with?" As he went on in this manner, I could plainly see, th at > by the enumeration of...
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Rob Roy, 第 1-2 卷

Walter Scott - 1834
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox, whom all may torment, vilify, degrade, and insult, — the very name which came to me from a long and noble...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with 9" As he went on in this manner, I could plainly see, that, by the enumeration of...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation ...

John Pierpont - 1835 - 480 頁
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hillfox, whom all may torment, vilify, degrade, and insult'? — the very name which came to me from a long and noble liae of martial ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjuret up the devil with ? — And...
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The Elocutionist: Consisting of Declamations and Readings in Prose and ...

Jonathan Barber - 1836 - 392 頁
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox, whom all may torment, vilify, degrade, and insult;—the very name which came to me from a long and noble line...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with ? They that scoffed at the groveling worm, and trod upon him, may cry and howl when...
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Waverley Novels: Rob Roy. The heart of Mid-Lothian

Walter Scott - 1843
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox, whom all may torment, vilify, degrade, and insult — the very name which came to me from a long and noble...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with ?" As he went on in this manner, I could plainly see, that, by the enumeration of...
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Waverley Novels: Vol. 3, 第 3 卷

Walter Scott - 1843 - 669 頁
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox, whom all may torment, vilify, degrade, and insult — the very name which came to me from a long and noble...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with ?" As he went on in this manner, I could plainly see, that, by the enumeration of...
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The Common School Speaker: A New Collection of Original and Selected Pieces ...

William Bentley Fowle - 1844 - 288 頁
...treated as the dam and cubs of the hill-fox, whom all may torment vilify, degrade, and insult, — the very name which came to me from a long and noble...ancestors, denounced, as if it were a spell to conjure up the devil with I And they shall find, that the name they have dared to proscribe — that the name...
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