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" Denouncing judgment, but tho' changed the King's. ' Liest thou here so low, the child of one I honour' d, happy, dead before thy shame ? Well is it that no child is born of thee. The children born of thee are sword and fire, Red ruin, and the breaking... "
Fraser's Magazine - Page 312
1859
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The Shirburnian, Volume 1, Issue 1

College student newspapers and periodicals - 1859
...the King.' She sat Stiff-stricken, listening. " Liest thou here so low, the child of one I honoured, happy, dead before thy shame ? Well is it that no...thee. The children born of thee are sword and fire, Bed ruin, and the breaking up of laws, The craft of kindred and the Godless hosts Of heathen swarming...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 86

1859
...that no child 1s horn of thea. The children horn of thee arc sword and arc, Red mIn, and the hreaking up of laws, The craft of kindred and the godless hosts Of heathen ewnmiIng o'er the Northern Sea. Whom I, while yet Sir Lancelot, my right arm. The mightiest of my knights,...
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Fragments of Criticism

John Nichol - Criticism - 1860 - 244 pages
...compared with the speech that follows : — "'Liest thou here so low, the child of one I honour'd, happy, dead before thy shame ? Well is it that no...kindred, and the godless hosts Of heathen swarming over the Northern sea, Whom I, while yet Sir Lancelot, my right arm, The mightiest of my knights abode...
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Bentley's quarterly review

1860
...Denouncing judgment, but tho' changed the King's. ' " Liest thou here so low, the child of one I hononr'd, happy, dead before thy shame? Well is it that no child is born of thee. The children born of thee are swrod and fire, Red ruin, and the breaking up of laws, The craft of kindred and the Godless hosts Of...
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The History of France: (Ancient Gaul)

Parke Godwin - France - 1860 - 495 pages
...foundation in the soil ; and, as suon as his plastic genius and powerful hand were withdrawn, there came "Red ruin and the breaking up of laws, The craft of...kindred and the godless hosts Of heathen swarming over northern i CHAPTER XVTTI. DUSOLCTIO* or THE EMPIBK or THE FRAKK*. (Fsoji AI). 814 TO AD 843.)...
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Fragments of Criticism

John Nichol - Criticism - 1860 - 244 pages
...compared with the speech that follows : — " ' Liest thou here so low, the child of one I honour'd, happy, dead before thy shame ? Well is it that no child is born of thee. The children bora of thee are sword and fire, Bed ruin, and the breaking up of laws, The craft of kindred, and the...
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Bentley's quarterly review. [with variant title-leaf to vol. 1].

1860
...Denouncing judgment, but tho' changed the King's. ' " Liest thou here so low, tho child of one I honour'd, happy, dead before thy shame? Well is it that no child is born of thoe. The children born of thee are swrod and fire, Red ruin, and the breaking up of laws, The craft...
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The Poetical Works of Alfred Tennyson, Poet Laureate, Etc ..., Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - English poetry - 1866
...Denouncing judgment, but tho' changed the Kuig.s, ' Liest thou here so low, the child of one I honour'd, happy, dead before thy shame ? Well is it that no...while yet Sir Lancelot, my right arm, The mightiest of iny knights, abode with me, Have everywhere about this land of Christ In twelve great battles ruining...
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Foliorum silvula, selections for translation into Latin and Greek verse, by ...

Hubert Ashton Holden - 1866
...denouncing judgment, but tho' changed the King's. ' Liest thou here so low, the child of one I honoured, happy, dead before thy shame? Well is it that no child...Godless hosts of heathen swarming o'er the Northern sea. 1 1 69 Fear not; thou shalt be guarded till my death: howbeit I know, if ancient prophecies have erred...
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 27

Robert Hall Baynes
...Poet Laureate puts into the mouth of King Arthur when speaking to Guinevere : — " The children horn of thee are sword and fire, Red ruin and the breaking up of laws." The member for Greenwich does not, indeed, declare that we have yet reached the position in which the sins...
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