It was in one of these raids that they fell in with the original Dandie Dinmont.
She was stooping forward playing with Robert's Dandie Dinmont.
It was no more than three-quarters of an hour that Bertram and Dandie Dinmont had to keep their watch.
There is no better terrier exists to drive heavy gorse for rabbits than the Dandie Dinmont.
I never get my natural rest, as Dandie Dinmont says, in the steamer for noise, and on the shore for work.
But, since to do this was to abandon Dandie Dinmont to their mercy, Brown refused point-blank.
The author may here remark that the character of Dandie Dinmont was drawn from no individual.
The book was published in 1814, and Dandie Dinmont terriers have been popular in the border countries of Scotland ever since.
Dandie Dinmont, a humorous, jovial store-farmer in "Guy Mannering."