H'ard ye 'im ever tell the story aboot colonsay Castel yon'er?
No, no, you may be sure of it; but in with Kate of colonsay, giving the maid the bloody tale of Inkerman.
We anchored at nightfall in a deep bay at the southern end of colonsay, called Toulgoram.
The earl of colonsay had already been pinioned in like manner.
He looked about for their shepherd that he might ask him concerning the earls of Jura and colonsay.
But two there were who drank not at all, and they were men of colonsay.
Is it the singing of the sea-maiden of colonsay, bewailing still the loss of her lovers in other years?
He did not like the look of the heavy breakers that were crashing on to the colonsay rocks.
Kate could assure her, they worked quite often out in colonsay—in the winter-time.
His mind continued to revert to colonsay and the girl he had left behind him there.