Much the same motive led to the pressing of Charles M'Donald, a north-country youth of education and property.
A north-country name for whitings and other small fish, split and dried.
There was the calculating son of a poor north-country parson, who liked coffee after dinner and knew the value of sixpence.
He's a north-country man by birth, and has been out in New Zealand all his life.
But it was not always the north-country coaches that felt the fury of the snowstorms.
On that condition I will show you some north-country sport—on that alone, mind.
But the north-country dread of words, of speech that only defines and magnifies, prevailed.
Tertia ran away with a north-country drover, and hath been on the run ever since.
Pendlemere people could appreciate good music, and showed their approval with north-country heartiness.
As regards good Aberdeen or north-country crosses, they are rent-payers.
a general name for the countries that lay north of Palestine. Most of the invading armies entered Palestine from the north (Isa. 41:25; Jer. 1:14,15; 50:3,9,41; 51:48; Ezek. 26:7).