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" A lusty plain, habundaut of vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold, That founded were in time of fathers old, And many another delitable sighte, And Saluces this noble contree highte. A markis whilom lord was of that lond, As were his worthy... "
Che-le-co-the, Glimpses of Yesterday: A Souvenir of the Hundredth ... - Page 4
1896 - 261 pages
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Volume 1

English poetry - 1819
...Save that he wol eonveyen his matere : But this is the tale whieh that ye mow here " THE CLERKES TALE. right at the west side of Itaille Doun at the rote of Vesulus the eold, A lusty plain, hahundant of vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold. That founded...
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Select Works of the British Poets: From Chaucer to Jonson, with Biographical ...

Robert Southey - English poetry - 1831 - 1016 pages
...after wo, governe us in his grace, And fcepe us alle that ben in this place. THE CLERKES TALE. THEĽ wondrous noise below the hall : All Vesuhis the cold, A lusty plain, hobundant of vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour than muist behold,...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury tales

Geoffrey Chaucer, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Thomas Tyrwhitt - 1852
...Save that he wol conveyen his matere : But this is the tale which that ye mow here. Clerfeeg ^ale. THER is right at the West side of Itaille Doun at the rote of Vesulus the cold, A lusty plain, habundaut of vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold, That founded were in time of fathers...
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The Canterbury Tales: From the Text and with the Notes and Glossary of ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - History - 1856
...he wol conveyen his matere : But this is the tale winch that ye mow hero. c <£I*rfc*sf tit. TFIER is right at the West side of Itaille Doun at the rote of Vesulus the cold, A lusty plain, habundant ot vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold, That founded were in time of lathers old,...
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The Canterbury Tales: From the Text and with the Notes and Glossary of ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - History - 1867 - 586 pages
...Save that he wol conveyen his matere : But this is the tale which that ye mow here. Ei:e Pie:ies faU. THER is right at the 'West side of Itaille Doun at...rote of Vesulus the cold, A lusty plain, habundant ot vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold, That founded were in time of lathers old,...
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English Writers Vol. II Part I

1867
...this version of Boccaccio's tale, from the ' Est ad Italias latus occiduum Vesulus,' &c. : " There is right at the west side of Itaille Doun at the rote of Vesulus the cold,'' to the religious application at the end, and the citation of the general Epistle of St. James. Yet...
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An Introduction to the Study of English Literature;: Comprising ...

Henry Noble Day - English literature - 1877 - 539 pages
...speaks of the story as if an old one ; but whence Boccaccio obtained it is unknown. THE CLERKES TALE. 1. THER is right at the West side of Itaille Doun at the rote of Yesulus the cold, A lusty plain, habundant of vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold,...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1880 - 534 pages
...eldest son, But thanks to a' the powers in heaven That I gae maiden name ! " SCOTT'S VEHSION. GRISELDA. THE CLERKES TALE. Ther is right at the West side of...Doun at the rote of Vesulus the cold, A lusty plain, abundant of vitaille, Ther many a toun and tour thou maist behold, That founded were in time of fathers...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 5

Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin - English literature - 1890
...this version of Boccaccio's tale, from the " Est ad Italiae latus occiduum Vesulus," &c. : " There is right at the west side of Itaille Doun at the rote of Vesulus the cold," to the religious application at the end, and the citation of the general Epistle of St. James. Yet...
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