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His journal to fairy-land, as narrated in the fifteenth-century romance, survives in the well-known ballad of Thomas the Rhymer.
The ardent house-warming prepared for the passengers at the Inn Yard on Fire barely justifies the rapture of the rhymer.
Mrs Rhymer was a friend of the old lady's of some thirty years' standing.
SHE STANDS ACCUSEDVICTOR MACCLURE
The fact that the poet is a rhymer and connected with the Duke's house rules out most other possibilities.
This 'fantastic pandemonium,' as it is called by a Sevillian rhymer, lasts for about eight to ten days.
THE STORY OF SEVILLEWALTER M. GALLICHAN
Unconscious of his own peculiarities, the persistent rhymer went about pleased with himself and all the world.
I maintain that the Rhymer and the Fairy Queen is an extraordinary picture, and the general public the best judge.
That is Mr. Harry Graham, whose skill as a rhymer in other directions has already been abundantly proved.
VERSE AND WORSEHARRY GRAHAM
The Rhymer of Ercildoune was probably only a man more learned and far-seeing than others of his time.
THE BALLADISTSJOHN GEDDIE
Thus to those who dwelt in the countryside the Rhymer was known as Thomas of Ercildoune.

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