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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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Exercises in Rhetorical Reading: With a Series of Introductory Lessons ...

Richard Green Parker - 1849 - 432 頁
...gradation lost, and the next step is spirit — Deity! I can command the lightning, and am dust! 343. Sadly to Blount did Eustace say, Unworthy office here to stay ! no hope of gilded spurs to-day — hut, see, look up — on Flodden bent, the Scottish foe has tired his tent. 344. Good God ! that...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT

1852
...Marmion ! Marmion ! " that the cry Up Flodden mountains shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. On which (for far the day was spent) The western sunbeams...Blount did Eustace say, " Unworthy office here to stay I' No hope of gilded spurs to-day. — But, see ! look up — on Flodden bent, The Scottish foe has...
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Second collection of instructive extracts: no.vi of a new series of school-books

Scottish school-book assoc - 1852
...way To villain-bonds and despot-sway. XV.—Battle o/Flodden. BLOTTOT and Fitz-Eustace rested stDl With Lady Clare upon the hill; On which, (for far...day was spent,) The western sun-beams now were bent. " But, see! look up—on Flodden bent, The Scottish foe has fired his tent."— And sudden, as he spoke,...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Complete in One Volume. With ...

Walter Scott - 1854 - 840 頁
...Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare upon the hill 1 On which (for far the day was spent) The western sunbeams...Blount did Eustace say, " Unworthy office here to stay ! lío hope of gilded spurs to-day. — But see ! look up — on Flodden bent The Scottish foe has...
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Marmion, by sir W. Scott. With all his intrs., and the editor's notes ...

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1855
...Marmion !" that the cry, Up Flodden mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. XXV. Blounl and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare upon...now were bent. The cry they heard, its meaning knew, Co1dd plain their distant comrades view : Sadly to Blount did Eustace say, readers ; as an edition,...
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The poetical works of sir Walter Scott. With life. 8 engr. on steel

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1855
..." Marmion ! Marmion !" that the cry Up Flodden Mountain shrilling high, Startled the Scottish foes. Blount and Fitz-Eustace rested still With Lady Clare...day was spent), The western sunbeams now were bent. Ail; me not what the maiden feels, Left in that dreadful hour alone : I'erchance her reason stoops...
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The modern reader and speaker

David Charles Bell - 1856
...are blue and earth is gay. LXXX.— BATTLE OF FLODDEN FIELD, AND DEATH OF MARMION.— Scott. BLOCNT and Fitz-Eustace rested still with Lady Clare upon the hill; on which (1'or far the day was spent), the western sunbeams now were bent. The cry they heard — its meaning...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Memoir of the Author, 第 2 卷

Walter Scott - 1857
...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 : of undefiled from his white armour and banner, the latter bearing a white cock, about to crow, as...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT

1857
...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 : of undefiled from his white armour and banner, the latter bearing a white cock, about to crow, as...
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Progressive Exercises in Rhetorical Reading, etc

Richard Greene PARKER - 1857 - 136 頁
...gradation lost, and the next step is spirit— Deity ! I can command the lightning, and am dust! 343. Sadly to Blount did Eustace say, Unworthy office, here to stay! no hope of gilded spurs to-day—but, see, look up—on Flodden bent, the Scottish foe has fired his tent. 344. Good God !...
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