370] From The Lady of the Lake, Canto III, lines 370-393. Scott writes: "The Coronoch of the Highlanders ... was a wild expression of lamentation, poured forth by the mourners over the body of a departed friend." In this instance, the mourners are the women of the village.
374] font: fountain.
386] correi: "the hollow side of the hill, where game usually lies" (Scott).
387] cumber: trouble.
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Original text: Sir Walter Scott, The Lady of the Lake (Edinburgh: J. Ballantyne, 1810). LE S431ka Fisher Rare Book Library (Toronto).
First publication date: 1810
RPO poem editor: P. F. Morgan
RP edition: 3RP 2.418.
Recent editing: 2:2002/4/3
Rhyme: ababcdcd ...
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