And waes me, wha kens but that the bluidy villain might tak' their lives!
waes the wife that wants the tongue, but weel's the man that gets her.
A sequel, entitled "The waes o' War," which appeared in 1796, attained nearly an equal popularity.
waes me,” cried the big Scotch mate, as he ran up and down the quarter-deck wringing his hands, “what is to be done noo?
Scotland's Scaith or the waes of War, met with the unprecedented sale of 10,000 copies in one month.
waes me, but the very lift turned black when I heard it, and I cried out on the liars that said the like.
waes me, Mr. Walkinshaw, that ye should cast up to me the sincerity with which I did but my duty to a client.