This assembly of people and Church in joint session assented, and the desires of the people became Acts of Tynwald.
And when they're making you Dempster, you'll back us up in the Tynwald Coort.
And when he goes to the Tynwald Coort there, it'll be lockjaw and the measles with some of them.
We're going up to Tynwald Coort on Tynwald day, two thousand strong.
It was their language at Tynwald; they sang their grim carvals in it, and their wailing, woful ballads.
The ground at Tynwald Hill (as it is called) remains unchanged.
The day of Tynwald came, and the week before it had passed like a year.
At ten o'clock the open green that surrounds the hill of Tynwald was densely thronged.
When he came by the Tynwald he paused and turned partly toward Greeba, as though half minded to alter his course.
Tynwald Day as described by Mr. Hall Caine is an interesting, historic, but not an impressive ceremony.