The Selkirk Grace
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The Selkirk Grace, is a prayer said afore eatin that's attreebute tae Robert Burns:
- Some hae meat and canna eat,
- And some wad eat that want it,
- But we hae meat and we can eat,
- Sae let the Lord be Thankit!
On page 173 o The complete works of Robert Burns (Gebbie Self-interpreting edeetion in 6 volumms set furth bi Bigelow, Brown & Co., New York). The beuk rig is embossed "Library Edition" an the latest copyricht date is 1909 hauden bi James Perkins & Co.
Volume IV haes a fitmerk "Epigram on the Laird of Laggan". The relevant pairt reads:
"In connection with the poet's visit to the seat of the Earl of Selkirk, it is stated by Cunningham,[wha?] that at one of the meals there, Burns was asked to say Grace, and he delivered what is usually styled 'The Selkirk Grace'":
- Some Folk hae meat that canna eat,
- And some can eat that want it;
- But we hae meat, and we can eat,
- So let the Lord be Thanket!
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