Come, your hanner, shall I play ye Croppies Get Up?
"Wild Wales Its People, Language and Scenery" by George Borrow
All lost in pity for croppy.
"Ulysses" by James Joyce
The best-known of them, in addition to the one already mentioned, are 'The Boyne Water,' 'The Croppy,' and 'Father Connell.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 4" by Charles Dudley Warner
In his red wig and croppy head, together with his rough attire and dazed aspect, Nick certainly presented a wretched appearance.
"With Links of Steel" by Nicholas Carter
It was an old horse named Croppy that she'd known from childhood and would eat anything on earth.
"Somewhere in Red Gap" by Harry Leon Wilson
No such croppy as old Time, Mrs.
"The Black Baronet; or, The Chronicles Of Ballytrain The Works of William Carleton, Volume One" by William Carleton
I could only hope that Croppy had left him his gaiters!
"All on the Irish Shore" by E. Somerville and Martin Ross
Banim's The Croppy; a Tale of the Irish Rebellion 1798.
"The House by the Church-Yard" by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
He recalls, in "Wild Wales," hearing the glorious tune of "Croppies lie Down" in the barrack yard at Clonmel.
"George Borrow The Man and His Books" by Edward Thomas
The conqueror brandished his conquering sword; Then down, down, Croppies lie down!
"Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest" by George Borrow
Come, croppy, come, croppy, I'll give you a run for your life.
"The Northern Iron" by George A. Birmingham
Croppy can pull like the devil.
"'Me-Smith'" by Caroline Lockhart
Croppy had eleven and Top-knot nine.
"Nine Little Goslings" by Susan Coolidge
That's why she's such a croppy.
"Jan and Her Job" by L. Allen Harker
Did you ever hear tell of the croppies?
"Tom Burke Of "Ours", Volume I (of II)" by Charles James Lever
How could she ride Croppy for the rest of the hunting when she would be at Kingsbury Crescent?
"Ayala's Angel" by Anthony Trollope
The Croppies and all their kind.
"No Quarter!" by Mayne Reid
I then, after letting Croppy blow awhile started back towards the herd at a slow gait.
"A Texas Cow Boy" by Chas. A. Siringo
If the Croppies had obeyed their priest, all would have gone well.
"My Lords of Strogue, Vol. II (of III)" by Lewis Wingfield
The Croppy and I will soon part to meet no more.
"My Lords of Strogue Vol. III, (of III)" by Lewis Wingfield