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" Sir Lancelot, as became a noble knight, Was gracious to all ladies, and the same In open battle or the tilting-field Forbore his own advantage, and the King In open battle or the tilting-field Forbore his own advantage, and these two Were the most nobly-mannered... "
Idylls of the King - Page 242
by Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1859 - 261 pages
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The Churchman's companion

...seemed to have attained full manhood, charming all round him by his graceful, courteous manners, and " Manners are not idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature, and of noble mind." With ready tact that could give no offence, he never failed to introduce a profitable thought or give...
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The Marlborough magazine

Marlborough coll - 1859
...reserve, and noble reticence, Manners so kind, yet stately, such a grace Of tenderest courtesy." " For manners are not idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature, and of noble mind." " No knight of Arthur's table dealt in sconi ; But, if a man were halt or hunch" d, in him By those...
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The English Woman's Journal

Women - 1863
...varnish would not touch the substantial reality of which it has come to be the pseudo-representative ; " For manners are not idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature and of noble mind." One point of improvement in sincerity of social intercourse I am inclined to find in the behaviour...
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Idyls of the king. Author's ed

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1859
...you moved Among them, Lancelot or our lord the King ? " Then the pale Queen looked up and answered her. " Sir Lancelot, as became a noble knight, Was...Yea," said the maid, " be manners such fair fruit ? Then Lancelot's needs must be a thousand-fold Less noble, being, as all rumor runs, The most disloyal...
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The Universal review

Social Science - 1859
...character and mind of a man. As Tennyson says, speaking of Launcelot's courtesy and good manners " For manners are not idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature and of noble mind." So we say of style it is the body, the outward manifestation of the writer's mind ; part and...
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The poetical works of Alfred Tennyson, poet laureate, etc ..., Volume 2

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - History - 1861
...you moved Among them, Lancelot or our lord the King ? ' Then the pale Queen look'd up and answered her. ' Sir Lancelot, as became a noble knight, Was...Yea,' said the maid, ' be manners such fair fruit ? Then Lancelot's needs must be a thousand-fold Less noble, being, as all rumour runs, The most disloyal...
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Poetical Works, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1861
...to all ladies, and the same In open battle or the tilting-field Forbore his own advantage, and tho King In open battle or the tilting-field Forbore his...idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature, and of noble inind.' ' Yea,' said the maid, ' be manners such fair fruit ? Then Lancelot's needs must be a thousand-fold...
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the poetical works of alfred tennyson

alfred tennyson - 1862
...became a noble knight, Was gracious to all ladies, and the same . In open battle or the til ting-field Forbore his own advantage, and the King In open battle...' Yea/ said the maid, ' be manners such fair fruit ? Then Lancelot's needs must be a thousand-fold Less noble, being, as all rumour runs, The most disloyal...
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Routledge's Every Boy's Annual

Edmund Routledge - Children's literature - 1864
...spontaneously from a gentle and courteous heart ; as in the beautiful words of our greatest living poet : " manners are not idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature, and of noble mind." When, of old, Wat Tyler and his associates inveighed so bitterly against the great ones of the land,...
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Pastoral counsels: being papers on practical and devotional subjects

John Robertson - Sermons, English - 1865 - 319 pages
...Lord, may thus be full of real and high Christian feeling. For the poet is undoubtedly right "And manners are not idle, but the fruit Of loyal nature and of noble mind." There is a precept to which our Lord has attached very great importance, "Thou shalt love thy neighbour...
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