Quotes of John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae

“ Loud laughed with scorn, at these vagaries, the magnates of a certain terrace; A terrace which far surpasses, the humbler dwellings of the masses; A terrace which from ground to attic, is thoroughly aristocratic; And tenanted by men of rank, All pure merinos, trained to keep, their distance from your coarse wooled sheep. ”

- John Rae
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