The Song of Dermot and the Earl: An Old French Poem from the Carew Manuscript No. 596 in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth Palace

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Goddard Henry Orpen
Clarendon Press, 1892 - Anglo-Norman dialect - 355 pages

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Page 27 - ... Of Ireland I was born a lord, In Ireland acknowledged king; But wrongfully my own people Have cast me out of my kingdom. To you I come to make plaint, good sire, In the presence of the barons of your empire.
Page 9 - Often did the king send word That she was altogether, in truth, The thing in the world that he most loved ; Thus he besought her very often For her true love covertly.
Page 281 - Robert pleaded that it was no felony because the deceased was a mere Irishman and not of free blood...

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