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" And the Ladye had gone to her secret bower ; Her bower that was guarded by word and by spell, Deadly to hear, and deadly to tell — Jesu Maria, shield us well ! No living wight, save the Ladye alone, Had dared to cross the threshold stone. "
Once a Week - Página 137
1871
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volumen36

Josiah Gilbert Holland, Richard Watson Gilder - 1888
...Scott, in the " Lay of the Last Minstrel," says : The stag-hounds, weary with the chase, Lay stretched upon the rushy floor, And urged in dreams the forest race From T eviot-stone to Eskdalc Moor. Tennyson also speaks of dogs that hunt in dreams. Darwin, in the " Descent...
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Poems. Ed., with notes, by W.S. Dalgleish

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1871
...and deadly to tell. No living wight, save the Ladye alone, Had dared to cross the threshold stone. The tables were drawn, it was idlesse all ; Knight, and page, and household squire, Loitered through the lofty hall, Or crowded round the ample fire . 10 The stag-hounds, weary with the...
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Love or hatred, Volumen2

Fanny E. Fisher - 1871
...Lily went to bed happy and content upon that Christmas Eve. CHAPTER XIX. CHRISTMAS AT LINCONDOON. " The tables were drawn, it was idlesse all, Knight and page and household squire Loitered through the lofty hall, Or crowded round the ample fire." SCOTT. A MONTH had passed over Mrs....
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Cassell's popular natural history, Volúmenes1-2;Volumen109

Cassell, ltd - 1871
...drawn, it was idlesseall : Knight, and page, and household eqnire, Loitered through the lofty ball, Or crowded round the ample fire; The staghounds, weary with the chase, Lay stretched upon the rushy floot. And urged, in dreams, the forest rae«, From Teviot-stone to Eskdale...
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Miscellanies

John Addington Symonds - 1871 - 416 páginas
...habits of animals, Sir Walter Scott, to say, " The Stag hounds, weary with the chase, Lay stretched upon the rushy floor ; And urged, in dreams, the forest race, From Teviot Stone to Eskdale Moor.'' Lucretius describes the indications of dreaming in the lower animals...
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The poetical works of sir Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1872 - 665 páginas
...shield us well ! No living wight, save the Ladye alone, Had dared to cross the threshold stone. II. The tables were drawn, it was idlesse all ; Knight,...the forest race, From Teviot-stone to Eskdale-moor. III. Nine-and-twenty knights of fame Hung their shields in Uranksome-Hall :'-' Nine-and-twenty squires...
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The lay of the last minstrel. With notes [&c.].

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1872
...shield us well ! No living wight, save the Ladye alone, Had dared to cross the threshold stone. II. The tables were drawn, it was idlesse all ; Knight,...the forest race, From Teviot-stone to Eskdale-moor. 1ll. Nine-and-twenty knights of fame Hung their shields in Branksome Hall ; Nine-and-twenty squires...
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The lay of the last minstrel. With photogr. illustr. by R. Sedgfield

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1872
...shield us well ! No living wight, save the Ladye alone, Had dared to cross the threshold stone. II. The tables were drawn, it was idlesse all ; Knight,...the forest race, From Teviot-stone to Eskdale-moor. In. Nine-and-twenty knights of fame Hung their shields in Branksome-Hall ; Nine-and-twenty squires...
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The Christian Ambassador, Volumen10

1872
...known to neigh, and the dog to bark during sleep. The staghounds, weary with the chase, Lay stretched upon the rushy floor, And urged in dreams the forest race, From Teviot-stone to Eskdale moor.—Scott. But there is an essential difference between their dreams and the pure dream-state...
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Scott's poems. The lay of the last minstrel. With intr., notes and glossary ...

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1874
...shield us well ! * No living wight, save the Ladye alone, Had dared to cross the threshold stone. II. The tables were drawn, it was idlesse all ; Knight,...household squire, Loiter'd through the lofty hall, IO Or crowded round the ample fire : The stag-hounds, weary with the chase, Lay stretch'd upon the...
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