The morn's mornin' cam, an' by that time I had decided on my plan o' operautions.
He's jist as dour as ever, and as far as man could weel be frae them he cam o'!
And it's no the first time he's been owre there to see me sin' he cam hame!'
Or again, he would know that the effect could be achieved by a cam.
And as he cam towarde them, he askyd and sayd: is he fat, is he fat?
He, nought perceuyng, cam to his maister and sayde: Sir, what lacke you?
There was no licht in't but what cam' noo an' than frae a low i' the fire.
The tide sets that way, and from Cam Point it is but a step.
"You came ashore at Cam Point, most probably," Mr. Fossell suggested.
He also reduced the number of the moving parts and perfected the cam arrangement.