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3rd Beggar absolve ALFRED LORD TENNYSON Aquitaine archbishoprick arm'd bless Brito Broc brother Canterbury Castle Chancellor child cross crown crown'd customs death doors dost thou Eleanor Eleanor of Aquitaine England Ev'n excommunicate Exeunt Exit fear Fitzurse four Knights France Geoffrey Gilbert Foliot God's eyes Grim hand hate hath hear Heaven Herbert of Bosham hold Holy Church Holy Father honour John of Oxford John of Salisbury King Louis King's King's men kneeling Leicester liege look lord Archbishop Lord Leicester Madam Margery Monks Morville mother murder'd never peace poor Pope pray priest Queen re-entering realm Reginald Fitzurse Retainer Roger of York Rome rose royal Saltwood Castle Save Scene sheep shouldst sign'd speak swear swords thee thine Thomas Thomas Becket Thou art thou hast thro throne thy King thyself Tracy traitor Walter Map Wilt thou wine woman young Henry
Page 52 - Barons and bishops of our realm of England, After the nineteen winters of King Stephen — A reign which was no reign, when none could sit By his own hearth in peace ; when murder common As nature's death, like Egypt's plague, had fill'd All things with blood...
Page 23 - I served King Henry well as Chancellor; I am his no more, and I must serve the Church. This Canterbury is only less than Rome, And all my doubts I fling from me like dust, Winnow and scatter all scruples to the wind, And all the puissance of the warrior, And all the wisdom of the Chancellor...
Page 21 - Lord my God, Henry the King hath been my friend, my brother, And mine uplifter in this world, and chosen me For this thy great archbishoprick, believing That I should go against the Church with him. And I shall go against him with the Church, And I have said no word of this to him: 'Am 7 the man?' And the Lord answer'd me, Thou art the man, and all the more the man.