Thus spoke Richard, a little ashamed, perhaps, of his own condescension, though sanctioned both by humanity and gratitude. But when Neville continued to make remonstrances on the peril to his royal person, the King imposed silence on him.
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Page 20 - Thorough grace of God it shall be your boot.' Before King Richard carff a knight, He ate faster than he carve might. The king ate the flesh and gnew┐ the bones, And drank well after for the nonce. And when he had eaten enough, His folk hem turned away, and lough.
Page 20 - Broth. ┐ Sweet. ┐ Gnawed • Laughed. He lay still and drew in his arm; His chamberlain him wrapped warm. He lay and slept, and swet a stound, And became whole and sound. King Richard clad him and arose, And walked abouten in the close.” An attack of the Saracens was repelled by Richard in person, the