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DURING the long French war, two old ladies in Stranraer were going to
the kirk, the one said to the other, Was it no a wonderfu' thing that
the Breetish were aye victorious ower the French in battle?--Not a
bit, said the other old lady, dinna ye ken the Breetish aye say their
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French say their prayers as weel? The reply was most characteristic,
Hoot! jabbering bodies, wha could understan' them?





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