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" On the Earl's cheek the flush of rage O'ercame the ashen hue of age : Fierce he broke forth, — "And... "
The poetical works of sir Walter Scott - Стр. 112
авторы: sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1823
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Marmion;: A Tale of Flodden Field, Том 1

Walter Scott - 1808 - Страниц: 377
...Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, P. ix. Note XI. And hopest thou hence unscathed to go? No, by St Bryde of Bothwell, no : Up draw-bridge, grooms — what, Warder, ho ! Let the portcullis fall P. 338. This ebullition of violence in the potent Earl of Angus is not without its examples in the...
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Marmion

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1810
...in his den, The Douglas in his hall ? And hop'st thou hence unscathed to go ? — No, by Saint Bryde of Bothwell, no ! — Up drawbridge, grooms — what,...Warder, ho! Let the portcullis fall." — Lord Marmion turned, — well was his need ! And dashed the rowels in his steed, Like arrow through the arch-way...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Marmion; a tale of Flodden field

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...in his den, The Douglas in his hall ? And hop'st thou hence unscathed to go ? — No, by Saint Bryde of Bothwell, no ! — Up drawbridge, grooms — what, Warder, ho! Let the portcullis fall." — Lord Marniion turned, — well was his need ! And dashed the rowels in his steed, Like arrow through the...
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The American Orator: Comprising a Collection, Principally from American ...

Joshua P. Slack - 1815 - Страниц: 324
...lion in his den, The Douglas in his hall ? And hop'st thou hence unscathed to go ? No, by Saint Bryde of Bothwell, no ! Up drawbridge grooms — what, Warder,...steed, Like arrow through the arch-way sprung, The pond'rous grate behind him rung : To pass, there was such scanty room, The bars, descending, razed...
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The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Том 3

Walter Scott - 1818
...what, Warder, ho ! Let the portcullis fall." Lord Marmion turned, — well was his need, And dashed the rowels in his steed, Like arrow through the arch-way sprung, The ponderous grate hehind him rung : To pass there was such scanty room, The hars, descending, razed his plume....
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The poetical works of Walter Scott, Том 4

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...Up drawbridge, grooms—what, Warder, ho! Let the portcullis fall."— Lord Marmion turn'd,—well was his need, And dash'd the rowels in his steed,...Like arrow through the arch-way sprung, The ponderous grate behind him rung: To pass there was such scanty room, The bars, descending, razed his plume. XV....
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, Том 6

Walter Scott - 1821
...then " To beard the lion in his den, " The Douglas in his hall ? " And hopest thou hence unscathed to go ? — " No, by Saint Bride of Bothwell, no !—...— Lord Marmion turn'd, — well was his need, And (hislf (I the rowels in his steed, Like arrow through the arch-way sprung, The ponderous grate behind...
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The London Magazine, Том 8

1823
...joins his band, and turning round, sends back a loud defiance to the Douglas. Lord Marmion tum'd, — tation was dependent and fluctua grate behind him rung : To pass there was such scanty room The bars descending razed his plume. C....
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Marmion

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1825
...darest thou then To beard the lion in his den, The Douglas in his hall ? And hopest thou hence unscathed to go ? — No, by Saint Bride of Bothwell, no ! Up...Like arrow through the arch-way sprung, The ponderous grate behind him rung : To pass there was such scanty room, The bars, descending, razed his plume....
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: Complete in One Volume..

Walter Scott - 1827 - Страниц: 489
...ttotliwell, no! — Гр draw-bridge, grooms — what, warder, ho! Let the portcullis fall.»— (n) Lord Marmion turn'd — well was his need, And dash'd the rowels in hie steed. Like arrow through the archway sprung The ponderous graie behind him rung: To pass there...
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