The Buik of the Most Noble and Vailzeand Conquerour Alexander the Great

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Reprinted [at the Bannatyne club Press, by Ballantyne and Company], 1831 - Epic poetry, Scottish - 442 pages
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Page 441 - Romanes can this buke to translait I began And as I can I maid ending, Bot thocht I failzeit of ryming Or meter or sentence for the rude, Forgif me for my will was gude to follow that in franche I fand writtin ; Bot thocht that I seuin...
Page 252 - Be all our Goddis and be Marcus. I rede we to the pacok do, The vfage that couftumit is thair to.
Page 244 - We fall to ranfoun cum I wys, It fallis in weir quhilis to tyne, And for to wyn ane vthir...
Page 333 - Na the worft was precious, thare followit him faft out of the hous, the folk that hardy was and gude, that better luffit fecht than fifch the flude. thare armour zeid thay for to fe, to help that nedit for that melle, tothir ftill in the chalmer is, ay tua and tua held fpek I wys. Porrus beheld to fezony, and faw hir fetas and loly, Zing and fare of fimpill manere, Priually he faid my deir.

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