Sämmtliche Werke, Zväzok 4

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Strana 418 - And the teares they fall from her eyne ; And aye she laments the deadlye feude Betweene her house and thine. And here shee sends thee a silken scarfe Bedewde with many a teare, And biddes thee sometimes thinke on her, Who loved thee so deare. And here shee sends thee a ring of golde...
Strana 252 - I could a tale unfold whose lightest word Would harrow up thy soul, freeze thy young blood, Make thy two eyes, like stars, start from their spheres, Thy knotted and combined locks to part And each particular hair to stand on end, Like quills upon the fretful porcupine : But this eternal blazon must not be To ears of flesh and blood.
Strana 419 - Nowe hye thee backe, thou little foot-page, And greet thy ladye from mee, And telle her that I her owne true love Will dye, or sette her free. Nowe hye thee backe, thou little foot-page, And let thy fair ladye know This night will I bee at her bowre-windowe. Betide me weale or woe.
Strana 418 - And stood at his garden pale, Whan, lo ! he beheld fair Emmelines page Come trippinge downe the dale. The Child of Elle he hyed him thence, Y-wis he stoode not stille, And soone he mette faire Emmelines page Come climbing up the hille.
Strana 419 - The last boone thou mayst have, And biddes thee weare it for her sake, When she is layde in grave. For ah! her gentle heart is broke, And in grave soon must she bee.
Strana 188 - Uebersetzungen eingefunden, die aber nicht genügen; sie heissen so: 1. If but to one that's equally divine » None you'll incline to, you'll to none incline. 2. If, save whose charms with equal lustre shine, None ever thine can be, none ever can be thine. Wäre es also nicht der Mühe werth, fragt der Göttinger Professor, ob wir es im Deutschen nicht besser könnten?
Strana 421 - All this beheard her owne damselle, In her bed whereas shee ley, Quoth shee, My lord shall knowe of this, Soe I shall have golde and fee. Awake, awake, thou baron bolde! Awake, my noble dame! Your daughter is fledde with the Child of Elle To doe the deede of shame. The baron he woke, the baron he rose, And called his merrye men all: "And come thou forth, Sir John the knighte, Thy ladye is carried to thrall.
Strana 418 - On yonder hill a castle standes, With walles and towres bedight: And yonder lives the Child of Elle, A young and comely Knight. The Child of Elle to his garden went, And stood at his garden pale.
Strana 419 - Her father has brought her a carlish Knight, Sir John of the north countraye, And within three dayes shee must him wedde, Or he vowes he will her slaye.
Strana 1 - Two stones half sunk in the ground, shew their heads of moss. The deer of the mountain avoids the place, for he beholds a dim ghost standing there.

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