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(To save trouble, let it be stated that the sheil is a dependency of the Home Farm, and not contrasted with or opposed to it.)
Lol very funny i espically like the sheil orphans at least she does a good deed twixie
Mellanauir, and took the Prince about two miles further into Benalder, to a little sheil called Uiskchibra, where the hut or bothie was superlatively bad and smoky; yet His Royal Highness put up with everything.
The rain descended javelin-like upon us as we struggled through the heavy peat-hags; we lost our bearings and determined to make for any light that we might descry in lonely farm or shepherd's sheil on this forsaken waste.
The sheil of Ravensnuik was, for the present at least, at his disposal; the foreman or 'grieve' at the Home Farm was anxious to be friendly.
The sheil of Ravensnuik was, for the present at least, at his disposal.
TTie Drsninga sheil be without delay exhibited to the Society; and your Memoir, explanatory of them, lead.