Stormy hours were the hands of that clock from the quiet fifeshire Abbey destined to mark!
In size and plan they are curiously like the mighty stone dovecotes of fifeshire.
Then a fishing-boat took them to Anstruther in fifeshire, where they surrendered to the bailies.
But I did not feel only the city interesting, but the whole of fifeshire.
Kennoway, in fifeshire, where the experiment has been tried on a small scale, has had its supporters and detractors.
Direct for me at Kirkaldy, fifeshire, where I shall remain all the rest of the season.
In 1807 he married, and settled down at Pratis, one of his father's estates in fifeshire.
On the 24th and 27th of January, he preached in fifeshire, and at Borrowstoness, on the 29th.
Pate Birnie was a celebrated fiddler or violinist who resided in Kinghorn, fifeshire.
It was found in the parish of Denino, fifeshire, and appears to have been very imperfectly cast—probably in loam.
1550s, from German Pfeife "fife, pipe," from Old High German pfifa, or via Middle French fifre (15c.) from the same Old High German word; ultimately imitative. German musicians provided music for most European courts in those days. As a verb from 1590s. Agent noun fifer is recorded earlier (1530s). Fife and drum is from 1670s.
A small flute with a high, piercing tone, used mainly in military bands.