The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
& Ireland In Dictionary Form - Volume 2

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WE ARE THE ROVERS                         353
Yes, we have some bread and wine, &c.
We shall have one glass of it, &c.
You shall not have one glass of it, &c\
To what men do you belong ? &c.
We are all King George's men, &c.
To what men do you belong, &c.
We are all King William's men, &c.
We shall have a fight, then, &c.
—Perth (Rev. W. Gregor).
XIV. Have you any bread and wine, Ye o' the boatmen ? Have you any bread and wine, Ye the drunk and sober ?
Yes, we have some bread and wine, &c.
Will you give us of your wine, &c.
Take one quart and go your way, &c.
One quart is not enough for us, &c.
Take two quarts and go your way, &c.
[Continue up to six quarts, then—]
Pray, what sort of men are you ? &c.
We are all King George's men, &c.
Are you ready for a fight ? &c.
Yes, we're ready for a fight, &c.
—Forest of Dean (Miss Matthews).
XV. I will fetch you a pint of beer,
He I over; I will fetch you a pint of beer, Whether we are drunk or sober.
I will fetch you a quart of beer,
He I over; I will fetch you a quart of beer, Whether we are drunk or sober. vol. 11.                                                                      z







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