Texel x - PS96 Willimoteswick, PS90 East House, PS89 Willimoteswick, East Greenridge& Aydonshields, PS88 Aydonshields, PS86 Satley, PS84 East Butsfield Dutch Texel x - PS79 Willimoteswick Suffolk x - PS98 Aydonshields, PS95 Field House & East House, PS92 Saugh
House, PS90 Satley Leicester - PS84 Glebe Farm Mule - PS84 Low Leam, PS78 East Butsfield, PS77 Low Leam, PS76 Little Harle Blackface - PS70 Carry House Swaledale - PS67 Howburn, PS66 East Unthank, PS60 & PS50 Wolf Hills Crossbred - PS86 Satley, PS81 East Greenridge, PS80 Field House (x2) Store Lambs A great entry of mainly first draw lambs was forward, topping at PS85.
But as I slepte, me mette I was [I dreamed I was] Withyn a temple ymad of glas, In which there were moo ymages Of gold, stondynge in sondry stages [on many stands], And moo ryche tabernacles, And with perre moo pynacles [And with precious stones more decorative pinnacles], And moo curiouse portreytures, And queynte maner of figures Of olde werk, then I saugh
Tradition has it that on that day in 1782 John Wesley preached from under a hawthorn tree at Saugh
House, near Scots Gap.
For a moment he understands the dissolution of the stasis he has so painstakingly created for himself--"He swyved thee; I saugh
it with myne yeff' (2378)--but the tales final dominant agent, May, removes his access to the certain, clear sign by refusing to acknowledge it.
And yet remoeved they nevere out of the hous, Whil they saugh
al this sighte merveillous, But in his studie, ther as his bookes be, They seten stille, and no wight but they thre.
and the Jan Saugh
, involved in them which he notes as 'riots', responible for making Muslim League more popular amongst the Muslim masses.
But as I slepte, me mette I was Within a temple ymad of glas, In which ther were moo ymages Of gold, stondynge in sondry stages, And moo ryche tabernacles, And with perre moo pynacles, And moo curiouse portreytures, And queynte maner of figures Of olde werk, then I saugh
This Troilus this letter thoughte al straunge, Whan he it saugh
and sorwfullich he sighte; Hym thoughte it lik a kalendes of change.
In the General Prologue, for instance, the narrator tells us that "She wolde wepe, if that she saugh
a mous/Kaught in a trappe, if it were deed or bledde" (I.
And as I seet in this sorwe, I saugh
how Kynde passede, And deeth drogh neigh me--for drede gan I quake, And cryde to Kynde, 'Out of care me brynge
Testament to the quality of these Angus steers the entire run were purchased by only two regular and respected purchasers of Hexham cattle and noted Angus finishers; John Dodd, Saugh
House and Les Oliver, Haswell Moor.
Wesley's tree at Saugh
House has been replaced a few times.