The greatest local disaster of modern times was the destruction of the first Tay bridge (see Tay).
Whoever has the ball on Tay has to fling it at one of the two men inside the square.
Tony went upstairs with a cup o' Tay for the ol' doman and came down with a roll of biscuits.
Dwenty shillings a veek, and meals at the mittle of the Tay.'
Unhappily a ship laden with money and other aids, had been lost on its passage from France, close to the Tay, for want of a pilot.
“Why, you said the other day there was nothing like Tay,” cried one of the men.
But for no request would he any longer tarry, either in the town or on that side of Tay.
The beef and mutton must follow; and in future I'm resolved to have my Tay breakfast.
"I thought it was Tay they wor takin'," said Larry Hogan, who was sitting in the chimney-corner, smoking.
I have got some Tay ready, sur, and I have toasted a piece of ham rasher.