- Sa'a kam What time. - "The Incomparable 29th and the "River Clyde"", George Davidson.
- In 1805 Spohr was quietly settled in his avocation at Brunswick as composer and chief Kam- mer- musicus of the ducal court, when he received an offer to compete for the direction of the orchestra at Gotha, then one of the most magnificent organizations in Europe, to be at the head of which would give him an international fame. - "Great Violinists And Pianists", George T. Ferris.
- Come, men, we will accompany this gentleman to the tax- collector's office; and now let us sing a good Tyrolese song: D'Schoergen and d'Schreiber and d'Richter allsammt, Sind'n Teufel auskomma, druck'n ueberall auf's Land, Und schinden Bauern, es is kam zum sog'n, Es waer ja koan Wunder, wir thaeten's allsammt erschlog'n. - "Andreas Hofer", Lousia Muhlbach.