We have with us one book of Gally Knight's, but it is only the Norman book.
Gally, then, is not as Theophrastan as he professes vi to be.
Here Gally might well be talking of the Clarendon kind of portrait.
Jack was handy in the cabin, and capital feller to carry soup from the gally, aft.
One bit of detail which Gally Knight saw may still be seen untouched.
All this while our admirall kept the men ready houering in the gally and the boats.
The Gally hose were made large and wide, reaching down to the knees only.
When the auxiliaries gwîl and gally are used to form a passive, it is sometimes the auxiliary that takes the passive form.
Section I of Gally's essay, thoroughly conventional in nature, is omitted here.
It is Gally's concept of the character as an art-form, however, which is most interesting to the modern scholar.