Syr Gawayne; a Collection of Ancient Romance-poems, by Scotish and English Authors: Relating to that Celebrated Knight of the Round Table
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الصفحة viii - HON. SIR JOHN A. MURRAY, LORD MURRAY. WILLIAM MURRAY, ESQ. MACVEY NAPIER, ESQ. SIR FRANCIS PALGRAVE. LORD PANMURE. HENRY PETRIE, ESQ.
الصفحة xli - Calidore, beloved over all: In whom it seemes that gentlenesse of spright And manners mylde were planted naturall; To which he adding comely guize withall, And gracious speach, did steale mens hearts away.
الصفحة 287 - Arthur he sayes for He haue noe other hier K. Arthur then held vp his hand according thene as was the law he tooke his leaue of the baron there and homword can he draw And when he came to Merry Carlile to his chamber he is gone and ther came to him his Cozen Sr Gawaine as he did make his mone And there came to him his Cozen Sr Cawaino 1 y* was a curteous knight why sigh you soe sore vnckle Arthur...
الصفحة vii - WILLIAM M'DOWALL, ESQ. HON. JH MACKENZIE, LORD MACKENZIE. JAMES MACKENZIE, ESQ. JOHN WHITEFOORD MACKENZIE, ESQ. WILLIAM FORBES MACKENZIE, ESQ. JAMES MAIDMENT, ESQ. THOMAS MAITLAND, ESQ. VISCOUNT MELVILLE. 70 WILLIAM HENRY MILLER, ESQ. THE EARL OF MINTO. HON. SIR JW MONCRIEFF, LORD MONCRIEFF.
الصفحة 305 - There is sufficient internal evidence of their being Northern, although the manuscript containing them appears to have been written by a scribe of the midland counties, which will account for the introduction of forms differing from those used by writers beyond the Tweed.
الصفحة xxiv - I spoke in the first book, but not until he had compensated for his exile by much damage wrought upon them, worthily sharing in the praise of his uncle, in that they deferred for many years the ruin of their falling country.
الصفحة viii - BART. 80 EDWARD PIPER , ESQ. ROBERT PITCAIRN, ESQ. ALEXANDER PRINGLE , ESQ. JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ. THE EARL OF ROSEBERY. RIGHT HON. A. RUTHERFURD , LORD ADVOCATE. THE EARL OF SELKIRK. JAMES SKENE, ESQ. WILLIAM SMYTHE , ESQ. THE EARL SPENCER. 90 JOHN SPOTTISWOODE, ESQ. EDWARD STANLEY, ESQ. MAJOR-GENERAL SIR JOSEPH STRATON. THE HON. CHARLES FRANCIS STUART. THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND. ALEXANDER THOMSON , ESQ. WALTER C. TREVELYAN, ESQ. DAWSON TURNER , ESQ. ADAM URQUHART, ESQ. RIGHT HON. SIR GEORGE WARRENDER...
الصفحة xxiii - Gawayn yelded up the spyryte ; and thenne the kynge lete entiere hym in a chappel within Douer Castel ; and there yet alle men maye see the sculle of hym, and the same wound is sene that Syr Launcelot gaf hym in bataill.
الصفحة xl - Cox's' (Hertford: Ballad Society, 1890; reprinted New York: AMS Press, 1968, pp. 28-30 and 41). (a) But aware, keep bak, make room noow, heer they cum! And fyrst, captin Cox...
الصفحة 290 - And she says a woman will haue her will & this is all her cheef desire doe me right as thou art a baron of sckill this is thy ransome & all thy hyer He sayes an early vengeance light on her she walkes on yonder more it was my sister that told thee this...