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" This is not a fit match," quoth bold Robin Hood, " That you do seem to make here ; For since we are come into the church, The bride shall chuse her own dear." Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew blasts two or three ; When four and twenty... "
English and Scottish Ballads - Page 282
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A Collection of old ballads. Corrected from the best and most ancient copies ...

Ambrose Philips - Ballads, English - 1723
...chufe her own Dear. Then Robin Hood put his Horn to his Mouth, And blew Blafts two or three ; Then Four and twenty Bow-men bold Came leaping over the...into the Church-yard, Marching all on a Row ; The firft Man there was Allen a Dale, To give bold Robin his Bow. This is thy true Love, Robin he faid...
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Robin Hood's garland. Wanting all before sig. A 3

Robin Hood - 1760
...And when they came into the church.yard,' y' Marching all on a row, The firft man was Allen.a.Dale, To give bold Robin his bow. This is thy true love, Robin faid, Young Allen, as I heard fay, And you fhall be married at the fame time, Before we depart away....
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Old ballads, historical and narrative. Collected, with notes, by T. Evans

Old ballads, Thomas Evans - 1784
...chufe her own dear. Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew out blatts two or three : Then four and twenty bowmen bold Came leaping over the...into the" church-yard, Marching all on a row, The firft man was Allen-a-Dale, \ To give bold Robin his bow. This is thy true love, Robin he faidj Young...
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Old Ballads: Historical and Narrative, with Some of Modern Date, Volume 2

Thomas Evans - Ballads, English - 1810
...put his horn to his mouth, And blew out blasts two or three : Then four and twenty bowmen bold Come leaping over the lee ; And when they came into the...church-yard^ Marching all on a row, The first man was Allen-a-Dale, To give bold Robin his bow. This is thy true love, Robin he said, Young Allen, as I hear...
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Robin Hood: a collection of all the ancient poems, songs, and ballads, now ...

Robin Hood - 1820
...you do seem to make here, For since we are come into the church, The bride shall chuse her own dear. And when they came into the church-yard, Marching...row, The first man was Allin a Dale, To give bold Rohin his bow. This is thy troe love, Rohin he said, And yon shall be married at' this' same time,...
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Robin Hood: A Collection of the Popular Poems, Songs and Ballads Relative to ...

1826 - 106 pages
...you seem to make here; For since we are come into the church, The bride shall choose her own dear. Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew...four and twenty bowmen bold Came leaping over the lea. And when they came to the church-yard, Marching all on a row, The first man was Allen a-Dale,...
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Robin Hood: A Collection of All the Ancient Poems, Songs, and ..., Volume 2

Joseph A. Frank - Robin Hood (Legendary character) - 1832 - 261 pages
...you do seem to make here, For since we are come into the church, The bride shall chuse her own dear. Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew...and twenty bowmen bold Came leaping over the lee. ao And when they came into the church-yard, Marching all on a row, The first man was Allin a Dale,...
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A Lytell Geste of Robin Hode: With Other Ancient & Modern Ballads ..., Volume 2

William Hone, Francis Douce, Edward Francis Rimbault - Ballads, English - 1847
...you do seem to make here, For since we are come into the church, The bride shall chuse her own dear. Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew...Robin his bow. This is thy true love, Robin he said, Young Allin, as I hear say ; And you shall be married at this same time, Before we depart away. That...
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The Robin Hood Garlands and Ballads: With the Tale of The Lytell ..., Volume 2

William Hone, Francis Douce, Edward Francis Rimbault - Robin Hood (Legendary character) - 1850
...you do seem to make here, For since we are come into the church, The bride shall chuse her own dear. Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew...Robin his bow. This is thy true love, Robin he said, Young Allin, as I hear say ; And you shall be married at tlus same time, Before we dejuirt away. That...
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English and Scottish ballads, selected and ed. by F.J. Child

Francis James Child - 1858
...do seem to make here, For since we are come into the church, 75 The bride shall chuse her own dear." Then Robin Hood put his horn to his mouth, And blew...his bow. " This is thy true love," Robin he said, " Young Allin, as I hear say ; And you shall be married at this same time, Before we depart away."...
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