Some Account of the Antiquities of Hawkstone, in the County of Salop

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W. and J. Eddowes, Corn-Market, 1835 - 92 pagina's

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Pagina 61 - As Also, All the Noble Acts, and Heroicke Deeds of his Valiant Knights of the Round Table.
Pagina 22 - ... him for the Lord Audley, if any knew anything of him. Some knights that were there answered and said: "Sir, he is sore hurt and lieth in a litter here beside.
Pagina 21 - Audley with the aid of his four squires fought always in the chief of the battle : he was sore hurt in the body and in the visage: as long as his breath served him he fought; at last at the end of the battle his four squires took...
Pagina 19 - I may accomplish my vow." The prince accorded to his desire and said, "Sir James, God give you this day that grace to be the best knight of all other,
Pagina 63 - Launcelot had great lust to sleep. Then Sir Lionel espied a great apple-tree that stood by an hedge, and said: "Brother, yonder is a fair shadow; there may we rest us and our horses.
Pagina 19 - I made once a vow that the first battle that other the king your father or any of his children should be at, how that I would be one of the first setters on, or else to die in the pain: therefore I require your grace, as in reward for any service that ever I did to the king your father or to you, that you...
Pagina 20 - God give you this day that grace to be the best knight of all other," and so took him by the hand. Then the knight departed from the prince and went to the foremost front of all the battles, all only accompanied with four squires, who promised not to fail him. This Lord James was a right sage and a valiant knight, and by him was much of the host ordained and...
Pagina 24 - I and all ours take you in this journey for the best doer in arms, and to the intent to furnish you the better to pursue the wars, I retain you for ever to be my knight with five hundred marks of yearly revenues, the which I shall assign you on mine heritage in England.
Pagina 23 - I and all ours take you in this journey for the best doer in arms, and to the intent to furnish you the better to pursue the wars, I retain you...
Pagina 58 - Here is a spot of ground where a small city once ' stood, the very ruins of which are almost extinct ; but the Roman coyns that are found there, with such bricks as they used in building, are evidence of its antiquity and founders. The people ¡tuina it to have been very famous iu King Arthur's days.

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