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  • “Even I mysell,” said Caleb, with the same determination.

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • I saw her out of the castle before I left it mysell.

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • I have heard their communing so often tauld ower, that I almost think I was there mysell, though I couldna be born at the time.


  • ‘If ye be a robber, I have nae money; if ye be a leal man, wanting company, I have nae heart to mirth or speaking; and if ye want to ken the road, I scarce ken it mysell.’


  • Muckle wark there was to bring me to mysell again, and sair they tried to make me believe it was a trick of Father Nicolas and

    The Monastery

  • ‘I intend to delate mysell to the Presbytery,’ said


  • Luckie Simson; “but I believe him now to be an auld wife, little baulder than mysell; and I dinna wonder that poor Mrs. Gray” — “Hold your peace, you foolish woman,” said the Doctor.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • Wha wad hae thought but mysell of making a bolt of my ain back-bane?

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • “But the moon, and the dew, and the night-wind, they are just like a caller kail-blade laid on my brow; and whiles I think the moon just shines on purpose to pleasure me, when naebody sees her but mysell.”

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • “No, sir,” said Jeanie; “as I am here for nae ill, I canna take the shame of hiding mysell frae the master of the house.”

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian


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