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Plastic bags fluttered in the wind, caught on the thorns of the wild burnet roses.
The child's literary education was directed by Burnet, with the title of Preceptor.
But it soon appeared that many who could not help smiling at Burnet's weaknesses did justice to his abilities and virtues.
Burnet's very name sufficed to raise among the High Churchmen a storm of mingled merriment and anger.
The ignominious failure of the attacks on Somers and Burnet seemed to prove that the assembly was coming round to a better temper.
The reason for this apparent divergence between the provisions of the statute and the facts of the case is given by Burnet.The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert