The deil's gane ower Jock Wabster is a saying which I have been accustomed to in my part of the country from early years.
But it concerns me mair aboot Francie nor my leddy: what's to come o' him when a' 's gane?
"She has just gane into the green parlour in the west tower," said the baron.
Ay, he tellt her aboot me, an' hoo I had gane and droont mysel'.
If it is gane, it is neither to mend nor to match in the whole wide world.
But I said to them, let life gang when gude fame is gane before it.
I canna pay you, replied Nashon; the money is gane—at least I hae nane ot.
Sin' the Rhymer's days, the spirit o' true warlockry is gane.
We—that is, some o's thocht—Walter an' me, onyway—that ye had gane to the theatre in London to be an actress.
His arm hurts him sairly, and I was noticing that the fish had gane to deep waters.