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" I hold by the blood of my clan; " Take up the mare for my father's gift by God, she has carried a man!" The red mare ran to the Colonel's son, and nuzzled against his breast; "We be two strong men," said Kamal then, "but she loveth the younger best. "
Departmental ditties: The vampire, etc - Page 117
by Rudyard Kipling - 1901
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Barrack-room Ballads and Other Verses

Rudyard Kipling - 1892 - 245 pages
...breast; ' We be two strong men,' said Kamal then, ' but she loveth the younger best. ' So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoise-studded rein,...straight; ' a limb for the risk of a limb. ' Thy father hath sent his son to me, I '11 send my son to him !' With that he whistled his only son, that dropped...
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Werner's Readings and Recitations

Readers - 1892
...breast. , "We be two strong men," said Kamal, then, "but she loveth the younger best ; So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoise-studded rein,...stirrups twain." The colonel's son a pistol drew and held its muzzle-end, "Ye have taken the one from a foe," said he; "will ye take the mate from a friend ?...
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Ballads and Barrack-room Ballads

Rudyard Kipling - 1893 - 217 pages
...his breast, 'We be two strong men,' said Kamal then, 'but she loveth the younger best. 'So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoisestudded rein,...saddle and saddle-cloth, and silver stirrups twain.' EAST AND WEST 9 The Colonel's son a pistol drew and held it muzzleend, 'Ye have taken the one from...
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The Heart of Oak Books, Volume 4

Kate Stephens, George Henry Browne - Literature - 1895
...his breast, " We be two strong men," said Kamal then, " but she loveth the younger best. So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoise-studded rein,...stirrups twain!" The Colonel's son a pistol drew and held its muzzle end, " Ye have taken the one from a foe," said he; " will ye take the mate from a friend...
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A Victorian anthology, 1837-1895: selections illustrating the ..., Volume 1

Edmund Clarence Stedman - English poetry (Collections) - 1895 - 744 pages
...men," said Kamal best. So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my then, "but she loveth the younger silver stirrups twain." The Colonel's son a pistol drew and held it turquoise-studded rein, My broidered saddle and saddle-cloth, and muzzle-end, " Ye have taken the one...
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Departmental ditties and ballads and Barrack room ballads

Rudyard Kipling - English poetry - 1908 - 207 pages
...his breast, 'We be two strong men,' said Kamal then, 'but she loveth the younger best. 'So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoisestudded rein,...foe,' said he; 'will ye take the mate from a friend ? ' J'A gift for a gift,' said Kamal straight; 'a limb for the risk of a limb. 'Thy father has sent...
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Departmental ditties: and ballads and barrack room ballads

Rudyard Kipling - 1899 - 217 pages
...his breast, "We be two strong men," said Kamal then, "but she loveth the younger best. " So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoisestudded rein,...saddle and saddle-cloth, and silver stirrups twain." EAST AND WEST 9 The Colonel's son a pistol drew and held it muzzleend, "Ye have taken the one from...
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Poems, ballads and other verses

Rudyard Kipling - 1899 - 330 pages
...his breast, "We be two strong men," said Kamal then, "but she loveth the younger best. "So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoise-studded rein,...saddle and saddle-cloth, and silver stirrups twain." 16 The Ballad of East and West The Colonel's son a pistol drew and held it muzzle-end, "Ye have taken...
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Works: Departmental ditties and Ballads and Barrack room ballads

Rudyard Kipling - 1899
...his breast, "We be two strong men," saidKamal then, "but she loveth the younger best. "So she shall go with a lifter's dower, my turquoisestudded rein,...'My broidered saddle and saddle-cloth, and silver The Colonel's son a pistol drew and held it muzzleend, "Ye have taken the one from a foe," said he;...
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