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Books Books 1 - 10 of 62 on I drawe you to record, lords," he said, With that he cast him a gods-pennie : " Now....  
" I drawe you to record, lords," he said, With that he cast him a gods-pennie : " Now by my fay," sayd the heire of Linne, " And here, good John, is thy money." And he pull'd forth three bagges of gold, And layd them down upon the bord ; All woe begone... "
Ancient songs and ballads, from the reign of King Henry the Second to the ... - Page 88
by Joseph Ritson, Joseph Frank - 1829
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Reliques of ancient English poetry:: consisting of old heroic ballads, songs ...

Thomas Percy - 1767 - 400 pages
...105 And layd them down upon the bord : All woe begone was John o' the Scales, Soe fhent he cold fay never a word. . He told him forth the good red gold, He told it forth with mickle dinne. I to The gold is thine, the land is mine, And now Ime againe the lord of Linne. Sayes, Have thou here,...
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Reliques of ancient English poetry: consisting of old heroic ..., Volume 2

Thomas Percy - Ballads, English - 1794
...105 And layd them down upon the bord ; All woe begone was John o' the Scales, Soe flient he cold fay never a word. He told him forth the good red gold, He told it forth mickle dinne. ito The gold is thine, the land is mine, And now Ime againe the lord of Linne. Sayes,...
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Ancient Ballads : Selected from Percy's Collection: With Explanatory Notes ...

Lady - Ballads, English - 1807 - 211 pages
...forth three bagges of gold, And layd them down upon the bord , All woe begone was John o'the Scales, So shent he cold say never a word. He told him forth the good redd gold, He told it forth with mickle dinne (1) ; The gold is thine, the land is mine, And now I...
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Doctor Faustus, by C. Marlowe. Lust's dominion. Mother Bombie; Midas, by ...

Charles Wentworth Dilke - English drama - 1814
...Chaucer and Spencer. It is used metaphorically for a pkce of gold coin. So in the " Heir of Linne :" " He told him forth, the good red gold, He told it forth with mickle diiine." mistress' favour ; not he that bears his leg on a stilt for his country's safety. Sop. Stay,...
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British Minstrel, Volume 2

John Struthers - Music - 1822
...three baggs of gold, And layd them down upon the board : All woe begone was John o' the Scales, So shent he cold say never a word. He told him forth the good red gold, He told it forth with little din. The gold is thine, the land is mine, And now I'm again the lord of Linne. Says, have thou...
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The Scottish ballads

Robert Chambers - Music - 1829 - 399 pages
...the bagges of gold, And layd them doun upon the borde : All woe-begone was John o' the Scales ; So shent he cold say never a word. He told him forth...The gold is thine ; the land is mine ; And now Ime again the Lord of Linne !" Says, " Have thou here, thou good fellowe ; Forty pence thou didst lend...
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The Scottish ballads

Robert Chambers - Ballads, Scots - 1829 - 399 pages
...forth the bagges of gold, And layd them doun upon the borde : All woe-begone was John o' the Scales; So shent he cold say never a word. He told him forth...dinne. " The gold is thine ; the land is mine ; And now lme again the Lord of Linne !" Says, " Have thou here, thou good fellowe ; Forty pence thou didst lend...
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The history and antiquities of the castle and town of Arundel: including the ...

Mark Aloysius Tierney - Arundel (England) - 1834 - 772 pages
...at his word, closed the contract, and, to the surprise and mortification of the " keen stewarde," " He told him forth the good red gold, " He told it forth with mickle clinne ; " The gold is thine, the land is mine, " And now Ime againe the Lord of Linne. " Now welladay...
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The king's son, ed. [or rather, written] by mrs. Hofland

Barbara Hofland - History - 1843
...assembly; and one and all, yielding to a generous impulse, gave utterance to a hearty hurrah. CHAPTER VL He told him forth the good red gold, He told it forth...The gold is thine, the land is mine, And now I'me again the Lord of UnneThe Heir of L* NOTWITHSTANDING that Astley, on the mom ing that he had visited...
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The Book of British Ballads

Samuel Carter Hall - Ballads, English - 1844 - 152 pages
...money.' ' And he pulled forth three bagges of golde, And layd them down upon the bord : All woe begone was John o' the Scales, Soe shent he cold say never a word. He told him forth the good redd gold, He told it forth wi' mickle dinne. ' The golde is thine, the lande is mine, And now Ime...
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