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" Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare upon the hill ; On which (for far the day was spent) The western sunbeams now were bent. The cry they heard, its meaning knew, Could plain their distant comrades view : Sadly to Blount did Eustace say,... "
Marmion;: A Tale of Flodden Field - 第 353 頁
Walter Scott 著 - 1808 - 377 頁
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Marmion; a tale of Flodden field

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...Marmion ! Marmion !" that the cry Up Flodden mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare...meaning knew, Could plain their distant comrades view : B 354 MARMION. CANTO viSadly to Blount did Eustace say, " Unworthy office here to stay ! No hope...
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The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, 第 3 卷

Walter Scott - 1818
...Marmiou ! Marmion !" that the cry Up Flodden mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare...; On which (for far the day was spent) The western sunheams now were hent. The cry they heard, its meaning knew, Could plain their distant comrades view...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott, 第 4 卷

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...Marmion ! Marmion !" that the cry Up Flodden mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare...No hope of gilded spurs to-day— But, see ! look up—on Flodden bent The Scottish foe has fired his tent"— And sudden, as he spoke, From the sharp...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, 第 6 卷

Walter Scott - 1821
...Marmion ! Marmion f that the cry, Up Flodden mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare...view : Sadly to Blount did Eustace say, " Unworthy oifice here to stay ! " No hope of gilded spurs to-day. — " But, see ! look up — on Flodden bent...
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Marmion, canto 6. Ballads and lyrical pieces. Songs. Ballads from the German

Walter Scott - 1822
...Flodden mountain shrilling high., Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested stilF With Lady Clare upon the hill; On which, (for far the day was spent,) The western gun-beams now were bent. The cry they heard, its meaning knew, Could plain their distant comrades view...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, 第 4 冊

John Pierpont - 1823 - 480 頁
...hear the lowly offering. LESSON CCV1I. Battle of Flodden Field, and Death of Mttrmion. — From Scotr, BLOUNT and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare upon the hill ; On which, (tor far the day was spent,) The western sun-beams now were bent. The cry they heard, its meaning knew,...
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The Albigenses, by the author of 'Bertram'.

Charles Robert Maturin - 1824
...faint and far-descending echo of the inaudible harmonies of heaven. VOL. II. CHAPTER VIII. filount and Fitz-Eustace rested still, With Lady Clare upon...day was spent) The western sun-beams now were bent. Marmion. THE lady Isabella with her attendants had been placed by the Crusaders on an eminence when...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: Complete in One Volume..

Walter Scott - 1827 - 489 頁
...foes. XXV. Blount and Fid-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare upon ihe hill; On which (for far ihe day was spent) The western sun-beams now were bent • The cry they heard, ils meaning knew, Could plain llieir distant comrades view • Sadly to Blouut did Eustace say, «...
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Exercises in Reading and Recitation

Jonathan Barber - 1828 - 251 頁
...'withdrawn from the sum of human existence . BATTLE OF FLODDEN FIELD, AND DEATH OF MARMION. SCOTT. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still 'With Lady Clare...(for far the day was spent,) The western sunbeams now weie bent. The cry they heard, its meaning knew, Could plain their distant comrades view; Sadly to...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

Walter Scott - 1831 - 490 頁
...the cry Up Floddcn mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Pitt-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare upon the hill; On which...heard, its meaning knew, Could plain their distant comrade* view; Sadly to Blount did Eustace say, M Unworthy office here to stay! No hope of gilded spurs...
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