The buik of the croniclis of Scotland: or, A metrical version of the history of Hector Boece, Volume 2

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Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1858 - Poetry of places
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Page 639 - Quhen this wes said, than scho begouth to flyt With him that tyme, and said he had the wyit, So cowartlie that durst nocht tak on hand, For to fulfill as God had gevin command. " Thairfoir," scho said, " revenge yow of yon king ; " Sen gratius God decreittit hes sic thing, " Quhy suld thow dreid or stand of [him] sic aw, " So blunt, so blait, berand himself so law, (39,800) " That war nocht thow and thi auctoritie, " With all his liegis he wald lichleit be ? " And now to the sen he is so...
Page 519 - As leill luiffaris to vther sould be kynd, He schew to hir the secreit of his mynd, How that he wes commouit at the king ; Content scho wes richt hartlie of that thing ; And he culd nocht his purpois weill cum till, That causit him to want part of his will.

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