After the dinner Cairns rose to his feet, to the sound of loud applause.
Here they found the last of the Cairns, and the answer to their construction.
There was one for Betty, one for Cairns, and two for the servants.
Maitland, in his History of Edinburgh, p. 307, calls these Cairns the "Cat-heaps."
Three Cairns, all demolished, stood on the Stuart property, half a mile from Woodland Cave.
I went to Mrs. Cairns, and thus became acquainted with Anne.
That white cluster is part of Cairns, and the huge blue plain of sea makes a background to a picture hard to beat.
However, after prolonged negotiations, he accepted Cairns on the latter's own terms.
Cairns assented, and promised to furnish two articles yearly.
Then the door opened suddenly, and Cairns confronted him in a white fury.