This interesting historic memorial is still preserved by the lineal descendant of the Macdougals of lorn.
I'm a lone, lorn grass-widow, dear, but I will not sleep in my stays.
This results in the galley of lorn being in chief, and the Campbell gyrons in base.
John at once noticed her lorn, abstracted looks, pitied her,—how much he pitied her!
"I know it has been hard, dear," said Cousin Martha gently looking her sympathy at my lorn state, over her glasses.
John of lorn then sent forward five of his stoutest men to take Bruce.
I know how 'tis; I know you think that I am lone and lorn; but, deary love, 'tan't so no more!
Sometimes in the spring of the year the winds from lorn have it their own way with the Highlands.
So I just skipped, came back here, and forgathered with a lone, lorn Englishman on his first trans-Channel trip.
How could I expect to be wanted, being so lone and lorn, and so contrary!'