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But a 'the day I speir what news kind neibour bodies bring;
Whatever tune they intend to play of this, Battery 66 [Scotland] is not desir'd to mouve, untill his neibour [London] pulls off the mask.
I intended when the Court was over to haue com that way, but going to visit our neibour Brinsdell (who is ill) last Thurdsday night, his dogg bit thre holes in the small of my legg to the bone, which has bin so angry and painfull to me I haue not bin able to stir since, and I fear will lay me up for all winter, tho 'tis a little easier to day.
June 1, 2010 at 3:01 am kitteh cudn’t bear teh big blak furry neibour NEmoar…
"He wasna 'a poor man -- he was the chief o' a neibour clan and the twa were at feud.
There is som in the world that would find business with a neibour gov ™ * "'in time of warr, and haue their charg borne; however, let not that article hinder.