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" Lady of Egypt, art thou not content that I have risked my own life to preserve yours, but you would have me also sacrifice my honour, give over the chase of dazzling glory, lay all my warlike trophies in a woman's lap, and change my truncheon for a distaff.... "
The Renowned History of the Seven Champions of Christendom: St. George of ... - Page 29
by Richard Johnson - 1824 - 450 pages
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The Seven Champions of Christendom: A New Version from the Most Ancient ...

William Henry Giles Kingston - Children's stories - 1861 - 235 pages
...trophies in a woman's lap, and change my truncheon for a distaff? No, Sabra, George of England was born in a country where true chivalry is nourished,...heaven can lend him light, before he is fettered in the golden chains of wedlock. Why decline the suit of King Almidor, fit consort for one of your high rank?"...
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The renowned history of the seven champions of Christendom ... and their ...

Richard Johnson - 1862
...the champion's heart, that he was almost entangled in the snares of love; he, who before had never given way to any passion but the love of arms. Yet,...place to place, but cast your eyes on one more worthy of your own high rank. Why do you decline the suit of Almidor, who is a king, and would think no task...
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The seven champions of Christendom. New, complete ed

Richard Johnson - 1867
...of arms. Tet, to try her patience a little more, he made her this answer : " Lady of Egvpt, art thon not content that I have risked my own life to preserve...from place to place, but cast your eyes on one more wortby of your own high rank. Wby do you decline the suit of Almidor, who is a king, and would think...
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The seven champions of Christendom

William Henry Giles Kingston - 1879 - 250 pages
...trophies in a woman's lap, and change my truncheon for a distaff? No, Sabra ; George of England was born in a country where true chivalry is nourished,...heaven can lend him light, before he is fettered in the golden chains of wedlock. Why decline the suit of King Almidor, fit consort for one of your high rank...
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