And the capteyn demaundit me what was my cause of comyng thedyr, and why that I made my fellowe to stele a wey with the horse.
South of Chertsey to the wey is rather uninteresting country.
The salmon, presumably, swam with the other "beast ffish" in the wey.
wey and Mitchell were killed by Piegans on Badger creek in 1875.
The wey has a treble mouth, and at this point boats are to be hired, and there was a ferry across the river.
From the top of the keep there is a fine view of the wey valley.
It is beautifully situated on an acclivity of the northern chalk Downs and on the river wey.
This turns upon the definition of the phrase 'the wey of the sonne.'
The wey runs over as many beds as any little river in England; here it races over clean ironstone.
I was often wae for him, puir man, an' I did a' I could for him in my ain sma' wey.