english and scottish ballads

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第10页 - And then your grace need not make any doubt But in twenty-four hours you'll ride it about. The king he laughed, and swore by St. Jone, I did not think it could be gone so soone ! — Now from the third question thou must not shrinke, But tell me here truly what I do thinke.
第56页 - They did lay him to sleep the drink out of his crown. In the morning when day, then admiring he lay, For to see the rich chamber both gaudy and gay. Now he lay something late, in his rich bed of state, Till at last knights and squires they on him did wait...
第7页 - Now three weeks space to thee will I give. And that is the longest time thou hast to live; For if thou dost not answer my questions three, Thy lands and thy livings are forfeit to mee.
第6页 - The following is chiefly printed from an ancient black-letter copy to "the tune of Deny down." AN ancient story He tell you anon Of a notable prince, that was called King John ; And he ruled England with maine and with might, For he did great wrong, and maintein'd little right.
第258页 - There was an old farmer in Sussex did dwell, And he had a bad wife, as many knew well.
第43页 - quoth our king merrilye; " In faith, I take it now very unkind : I thought thou wouldst pledge me in ale and wine heartily." Quoth Dicke, " You are like to stay till I have din'd : You feed us with twatling dishes soe small ; Zounds, a blacke-pudding is better than all.
第9页 - fore our fader the pope." " Now, welcome, sire abbot," the king he did say, " Tis well thou'rt come back to keepe thy day : For and if thou canst answer my questions three, Thy life and thy living both saved shall bee.
第8页 - How soone he may ride this whole world about ; And at the third question I must not shrinke, But tell him there truly what he does thinke.
第257页 - BELL'S Edition, revised. With Preliminary Essay by the Rev. WW SKEAT, MA 4 vols. y. 6d. each. EARLY BALLADS AND SONGS OF THE PEASANTRY OF ENGLAND.
第63页 - He had never a penny left in his purse, Never a penny left but three, And one was brass, another was lead, And another it was white money.

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