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"So when he finally got them here he pointed down to the Swine Brook — which was beyond the enemy, of course — and told them there was plenty of water there, and they could drink to their heart's content when they'd reached it.
William Guthrie, the eldest son and sole heir of the laird of Pitforthy, might have had fishing and shooting to his heart's content on his own lands of Pitforthy and Easter Ogle had he not determined, when under Rutherford at St. Andrews, to give himself up wholly to his preaching.
'Change, and thence after business dined at the Sheriffe's [Hooker], being carried by Mr. Lethulier, where to my heart's content I met with his wife, a most beautifull fat woman.
Call her Faerie Queen, Gloriana, Astraea, Cynthia, Britomart to your heart's content she is first and foremost a politician, and not a goddess.
And when they had drunk and rioted in idleness to their heart's content they would once more set sail, and roam the seas in search of fresh adventure.