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" Woe worth you, woe worth, my mery men all You were nere borne for my good ; Why did you not offer to stay my hand, When you see me wax so wood... "
Popular Ballads and Songs: From Tradition, Manuscripts and Scarce Editions ... - Page 15
by Robert Jamieson - 1806
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Facetiae. Musarum deliciae: or, The muses recreation. Containing ..., Volume 1

Sir John Mennes, James Smith, Thomas Park, Edward Du Bois - English poetry - 1817
...were ne're borne for my good : Why did you not offer to stay my hand, When you see me wax so wood. For I have slaine the bravest sir knight That ever...steed, So have I done the fairest lady That ever did womans deed. A grave, a grave, Lord Barnard cryd To put these lovers in : But lay my lady on upper...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...in all that wrath 4 for I have slain one of the courtesusest knightl that ever bestrode a su-ede so have I done one of the fairest ladyes that ever ware woman's weede.' The hero's station in society is rendered decidedly clear in the concluding stanza. Late writers, and...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1807
...that math * for I have slain one of the courtesustst kugit* that етег be strode a sti'ede so have I done one of the fairest ladyes that ever ware woman's wde.' The hero's station in society is rendered deckecly clear in trie concluding stanza. Late...
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Musarum Deliciae: Or, the Muses Recreation, Contening Severall Pieces of ...

1817
...were ne're borne for my good : Why did you not offer to stay my hand, When you see me wax so wood. For I have slaine the bravest Sir Knight That ever...steed, So have I done the fairest lady That ever did womans deed. A grave, a grave, Lord Barnard cryd To put these lovers in : But lay my lady on upper...
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Minstrelsy: ancient and modern, with an historical intr. and notes, by W ...

Minstrelsy - 1827
...me when I was in all that wrath fibr I have slaine one of the courteousest knights that ever betrode a steede soe have I done one of the fairest ladyes that ever ware womans weede What has gone before forms a fit introduction to the very ancient traditionary ballad...
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Minstrelsy: Ancient and Modern: With an Historical Introduction and Notes

William Motherwell - Ballads, English - 1827 - 399 pages
...me when I was in all that wrath ffor I have slaine one of the courteousest knight* that ever betrode a steede soe have I done one of the fairest ladyes that ever ware womans weede What has gone before, forms a fit introduction to the very ancient traditionary ballad...
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Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modern: With an Historical Introduction ..., Volume 2

William Motherwell - Ballads, English - 1846
...me when I was in all that wrath ffor I have slaine one of the courteousest knights that ever betrode a steede soe have I done one of the fairest ladyes that ever ware woman's weede What has gone before forms a fit introduction to the very ancient traditionary ballad on the same subject,...
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English and Scottish ballads, selected and ed. by F.J. Child

Francis James Child - 1857
...meate, drinke, and clothe ; But cold they not have holden me, m When I was in all that wrath ! " Ffor I have slaine one of the courteousest knights That...have I done one of the fairest ladyes That ever ware womans weede." 1* CLERK SAUNDERS. See p. 45. From Jamiesou's Popular Ballads and Sonffs, i. 83. " THE...
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English and Scottish Ballads, Volume 2

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1857
...meate, drinke, and clothe ; But cold they not have holden me, us When I was in all that wrath ! " Ffor I have slaine one of the courteousest knights That...have I done one of the fairest ladyes That ever ware womans weede." ia> CLERK SAUNDERS. See p. 45. From Jamieson's Popular Ballads and Songs, i. 83. " THE...
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English and Scottish Ballads, Volume 2

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1857
...meate, drinke, and clothe ; But cold they not have holden me, iu When I was in all that wrath ! " Ffor I have slaine one of the courteousest knights That...bestrode a steede ; Soe have I done one of the fairest lady es That ever ware womans weede." 120 CLERK SAUNDERS. See p. 45. From Jamieson's Popular Ballads...
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