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96. oldal - Than any wight imagin can or gesse ; For one Lefe givin of that noble tre To any wight that hath done worthily [An it be done so as it ought to be] Is more honour than any thing erthly, Witness of Rome, that foundir was truly Of all knighthode and dedis marvelous, Record I take of Titus Livius.
91. oldal - I was ware how one of them in grene Had on a coron rich and well-fitting, Wherefore I demid well she was a quene, And tho in grene on her were awaiting ; The ladies then in white that were coming Towardis them, and the knightis in fere, Began to comfort them and make them chere.
81. oldal - ... full well; Whereof I had so inly grete plesure, As methought I surely ravishid was Into Paradise, wherein my desire Was for to be, and no ferthir to pas As for that day, and on the sote grass I sat me down, for as for mine entent The birdis song was more convenient And more plesaunt to me by many fold Than mete or drink, or any othir thing, Thereto the herbir was so fresh and cold, The wholsome savours eke so comforting, That [as I demid] sith the beginning Of the worlde was nevir seen er than...
96. oldal - Ther triumph eke and martial glory, Which unto them is more perfite riches Than any wight imagin can or gesse ; For one Lefe givin of that noble tre To any wight that hath done worthily [An it be done so as it ought to be] Is more honour than any thing erthly...
6. oldal - Said to the ladies young and nise, " My sisters how it hath befall, • I trow ye know it one and all, That of long time here have I...
82. oldal - And swete accord was in so gode musike That the voicis to angels most were like. At the last, out of a grove evin by That was right godely and plesaunt to sight, I se where there came singing lustily A world of ladies, but to tell aright Ther beauty grete, lyith not in my might, Ne ther array ; nevirtheless I shall Tell you a part, tho
91. oldal - Of your annoy, and of the troublous tene, Wherein ye and your company have bene So long, alas ! and if that it you please To go with me, I shall do you the ease, " In all the pleasure that I can or may...
57. oldal - ... breath, Without more thus he tooke his death. For which cause the lusty hoast, Which in a battaile on the coast, At once for sorrow such a cry Gan rere thorow the company, That to the Heaven heard was the sowne, And under therth als fer adowne, That wild beasts for the feare, So sodainly afrayed were, That for the doubt, while they might...
44. oldal - And returue with such an host, That wedded might be least and most, This was concluded, written and sealed, That it might not be repealed In no wise but aie be firme, And all should be within a teanne, Without more excusation, Both feast and coronation, This knight which had thereof the charge, Anon into a little barge, Brought was late against an...
141. oldal - Dissemble stode not ferre from him in troth, "With party mantil party hode and hose, And said he had upon his lady routh, And thus he wound him in, and gan to glose Of his entent ful double I suppose, In all the world he said he loved her wele, But ay me thought he loved her nere a dele. Eke Shamfastnesse was there as I tooke hede, That blushed rede, and durst nat ben aknow She lover was, for thereof had she drede, She stode and hing her visage downe alow...

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