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الصفحة v - Sysiphus of his restles stane : Your Titius breist that dois full ryfely bleid, Grant grace thairto, befoir the grip be gane, Cum stanche the thrist of Tantalus anone, And cure the wounds geuin with Achilles knyfe : Accept for yours fair maistres, such a one, That for your saik dar sacrifice his lyfe.
الصفحة ii - Adamson's journey to London, must have been written so late as the year 1583, the author describes himself by his initials RS It is admitted that Lord Semple continued to profess the popish religion ; but the poems of Robert Semple contain the most unequivocal proofs of having been written by a protestant, and the Legend was manifestly written by a zealous presbyterian. According to 1 Sibbald's Chronicle of Scottish Poetry, vol. iii. p. 397. Preface to Semple's Sege of the Castel of Edinburgh. [Lond....
الصفحة 22 - ... slaine. His wife beyng delivered at her appoincted tyme brought forthe a girle, and yet, notwithstandyng her housbandes commaundement, brought up the childe, makyng her housebande beleeve it was a boye, and called it by the name of Iphis, and thus as it grew in yeares was apparelled like a lad. And beyng after by his father assured to a wife, called by the name of lanthe, a young maiden, and the daughter of one Telest, dwellyng in Dictis, Telethusa, the mother of Iphis, fearyng her deceipt would...

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