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" Light up, light up! as best ye may, The night is black, and frore the way. " But ere ye catch me, sore I fear, The shoes from off your feet you'll wear— " The shoes of the gilded blue cordwain; * For your scales—you'll ne'er need them again. " Your... "
Ballads and songs of Brittany, by T. Taylor, tr. from the 'Barsaz [sic ... - Page 50
edited by - 1865 - 239 pages
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Once a Week, Volume 2

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1860
...Ho ! Harů ! " He gallops forth out. through the night ; " Ho ! torches, torches—on his night !" " Light up, light up ! as best ye may, The night is black, and fröre the way. " But ere ye cut<-h me, sore I fear, The shoes from off your feet you'll wear— "...
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Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literatures: Studies in Comparative Mythology

Laura Elizabeth Poor - Literature, Ancient - 1880 - 468 pages
...Ho, Haro !" He gallops forth out through the night: " Ha ! torches, torches ! — on his flight!" " Light up, light up, as best ye may! The night is black,...catch me, sore I fear The shoes from off your feet you '11 wear, — Your shoes of gilded blue cord wain : — For your scales, —you '11 ne'er need...
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Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literatures: Studies in Comparative Mythology

Laura Elizabeth Poor - Literature, Ancient - 1880 - 468 pages
...Ho, Haro !" He gallops forth out through the night: " Ha ! torches, torches ! — on his flight!" " Light up, light up, as best ye may! The night is black,...catch me, sore I fear The shoes from off your feet you '11 wear, — Your shoes of gilded blue cord wain: — For your scales, — you '11 ne'er need...
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Once a Week, Volume 2

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1860
...slayer ! Ho ! Harň ! " illops forth out through the night ; "Ho ! torches, torches—on his flight !" " Light up, light up ! as best ye may, The night is black, aud fröre the way. " But ere ye catch me, sore I fear, The shoes from off your feet you'll wear—...
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Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literatures, Studies in Comparative Mythology

Laura Elizabeth Poor - Literature - 1881 - 472 pages
...LITERATURES. 259 He gallops forth out through the night: " Ha ! torches, torches ! — on his flight!" " Light up, light up, as best ye may! The night is black,...catch me, sore I fear The shoes from off your feet you '11 wear, — Your shoes of gilded blue cord wain: — For your scales, — you '11 ne'er need...
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