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" He then passed on, and left sir Geoflry standing, without having a word to say for himself. When he came to sir Eustace de Ribeaumont, he assumed a cheerful look, and said, with a smile ; " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom,... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - 235. oldal
1806
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Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the ..., 2. kötet

Jean Froissart - 1805
...are the moft valiant knight in Chriftendom, that I ever faw attack his enemy, or defend himfelf. 1 never yet found any one in battle, who, body to body, had given me fo much to do as you have done this day. I adjudge to you the prize of valour, above all the knights...

True tales of the olden time. Selected from Froissart

Jean Froissart - 1841 - 173 oldal
...Ribeaumont he assumed a cheerful look, and said with a smile,' Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom, that I ever saw attack his enemy,...never yet found any one in battle, who body to body has given me so much to do as you have done this day. I adjudge to you the prize of valour above all...

Stories from the chroniclers. Froissart

Henry Peter Dunster - 1847
...to whom he said, with a smile, "Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom that 1 ever saw attack his enemy or defend himself. I never yet found any one in battle, who body to body, has given me so much to do as you have this day. I therefore adjudge to you the prize of valour above...

The chronicles of England, France, Spain, etc, 1. kötet

Jean Froissart - 1847
...Ribeaumont, and said with a smile, " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom ; I never yet found any one in battle who, body to body, has given me so much to do as you have this day ; I adjudge to you the prize of valour." He then took...

Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Adjoining Countries ..., 1. kötet

Jean Froissart - 1849
...he assumed a cheerful look, and said, with a smile ; " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom, that I ever saw attack his enemy,...prize of valour above all the knights of my court, »s what is justly due to you." The king then took off the chaplet, which was very rich and handsome,...

A History of the Dress of the British Soldier: From the Earliest Period to ...

John Luard - 1852 - 171 oldal
...he assumed a cheerful look, and said, with a smile, ' Sir Eustace, you arc the most valiant knight in Christendom that I ever saw attack his enemy or...body to body, had given me so much to do as you have this day. I adjudge to you the prize of valour above all the knights of my court, as what is justly...

The North American Review, 89. kötet

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1859
...addressed his late opponent with a smile : " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom ; I never yet found any one in battle who, body to body, has given me so much to do as you have this day ; I adjudge to you the prize of valor." And removing...

Life of Edward the Black Prince

Louise Creighton - 1876 - 235 oldal
...knights. To Sir Eustace de Eibeaumont he said, smiling, " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom that I ever saw attack his enemy or...himself. I never yet found any one in battle who, hand to hand, gave me so much to do as you have done this day. I adjudge to you, as your just due,...

The Boy's Froissart: Being Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of Adventure ...

Jean Froissart - 1879 - 422 oldal
...Ribeaumont, he assumed a cheerful look, and said with a smile, " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom, that I ever saw attack his enemy,...have done this day. I adjudge to you the prize of valor above all the knights of my court, as what is justly due to you." The king then took off the...

The boy's Froissart [selections from] sir J. Froissart's Chronicles [tr. by ...

Jean Froissart - 1879
...Ribeaumont, he assumed a cheerful look, and said with a smile, " Sir Eustace, you are the most valiant knight in Christendom, that I ever saw attack his enemy,...have done this day. I adjudge to you the prize of valor above all the knights of my court, as what is justly due to you." The king then took off the...




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