None but a dalesman, he said, could read Wordsworth aright, or really love him.
ON the following morning there was a sheep-auction at the dalesman's Daughter.
It was in a very wrathful mood that on his way home he turned into the dalesman's Daughter in Silverdale.
The dalesman you meet on the highway can tell you all the lore of his parish, giving dates and citing illustrative lays.
A red-headed dalesman snatched up a sword, but was felled by a blow from the fist of his neighbor.
My companion talked as only a dalesman can talk—as one whose whole heart is in his subject.
The dalesman's broad breast heaved indignantly, and there was a sob in his voice as he replied.
At last the carline came to him, and spake softly to him in his ear: "All is free now, dalesman, come thou!"
An Asturian dalesman is commonly reputed capable of driving a nail into a wall with his head.
It is a country in which sheep are paramount; and every other dalesman is engaged in that profession which is as old as Abel.