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" These chains have not dishonoured me !" There was crushing scorn in each simple word, Mightier than battle-axe or sword. Not long did the heart of the false king thrill To the touch of passing shame, For it was hard, and mean, and chill ; As breezes... "
Lays and ballads from English history etc., by S.M. - Página 58
1845
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

1845
...a mail-dad host by night. * Ttrother of Cocur do Lion/ said he, * These chains have not dishonoured me!' There was crushing scorn in each simple word, Mightier than battle-axe or sword. Not long ditl the heart of tho false king thrill To the touch of passing shame, FÎT it w:is hard, and mean,...
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The new American speaker: a collection of oratorical and dramatical pieces ...

John Celivergos Zachos - 1851 - 552 páginas
...lips of the false King died, Like the murmuring sounds of an ebbing tide By the traveler heard afar. Not long did the heart of the false King thrill To...knight he made reply, Pleading his cause right craftily ; Skilled was his tongue in specious use Of promise fair and of feigned excuse, Blending with words...
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Lays and Lyrics of the Nineteenth Century

1863
...mail-clad host by night. " Brother of Coaur de Lion," said he, " These chains have not dishonoured me !" There was crushing scorn in each simple word,...knight he made reply, Pleading his cause right craftily ; Skilled was his tongue in specious use Of promise fair and of feigned excuse, Blended with words...
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The Star reciter; a collection of prose and poetical gems, selected and ...

Star reciter - 1873
...mail-clad host by night. " Brother of Cceur de Lion," said he, " These chains have not dishonoured me !" There was crushing scorn in each simple word,...mean, and chill ; As breezes sweep o'er a frozen rill That feeling went and came, Leaving it cold and unbroken still ; And now to the knight he made reply,...
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Ferguson's readings & recitations

Ferguson - 1881
...mail-clad host by night. " Brother of Coeur de Lion," said he, " These chains have not dishonoured me !" There was crushing scorn in each simple word,...mean, and chill ; As breezes sweep o'er a frozen rill That feeling went and came, Leaving it cold and unbroken still ; And now to the knight he made reply,...
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The boy's book of poetry, selections from Engl. and Amer. authors

Boy - 1884
...stern sound, like that ye hear In the march of a mail-clad host by night. " Brother of Cceur de Lion," said he, " These chains have not dishonour'd me!"...he made reply, Pleading his cause right craftily; Skilled was his tongue in specious use Of promise fair and of feign'd excuse, Blended with words of...
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The Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopædia of Universal Authorship ...

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon - 1893
...a mail-clad host by night. " Brother of Cœur de Lion," said he, " These chains have not dishonor'd me! " There was crushing scorn in each simple word...touch of passing shame, For it was hard, and mean, anil chill; As breezes sweep o'er a frozen rill, Leaving it cold and unbroken still, — Pleading his...
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