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" The fiery youth, with desperate charge. Made, for a space an opening large — The rescued banner rose. But darkly closed the war around, Like pine-tree, rooted from the ground. It sunk among the foes. Then Eustace mounted too; yet... "
The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet - Page 142
by William James Rolfe - 1887 - 646 pages
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Marmion;: A Tale of Flodden Field

Sir Walter Scott - Flodden, Battle of, England, 1513 - 1808 - 377 pages
...pine-tree, rooted from the ground, It sunk among the foes. Then Eustace mounted too ; — yet staid, As loth to leave the helpless maid, When, fast as shaft can...would return in haste, Then plunged into the fight. XXIX. Ask me not what the maiden feels, Left in that dreadful hour alone : Perchance her reason stoops,...
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The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed

Arthur Aikin - 1809
...mounted too ; — \etstaid. As lutli to leave ihe he'pless maid; When, fast as shaft can fly. Blood- shot his eyes, his nostrils spread, The loose rein dangling...saddle bloody red, Lord Marmion's steed rushed by ; Aud l¨islace, maddening at the sight, A look and sign to Clara cast, To mark he would return in...
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A criticism of the Elegy written in a country churchyard

John Young - 1810 - 148 pages
...thundered from the other JJ. That fine incident in the battle of Flodden, • " Fast as shaft could fly, Blood-shot his eyes, his nostrils spread, The...Housing and saddle bloody red, Lord Marmion's steed rush'd by," Marmion, Canto VI. St. 27. is introduced again in the engagement at London-hill : ' At...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Marmion; a tale of Flodden field

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...pine-tree, rooted from the ground, It sunk among the foes. Then Eustace mounted too ; — yet staid, As loth to leave the helpless maid, When, fast as shaft can...mark he would return in haste, Then plunged into the iight. XXVIII. Ask me not what the maiden feels, Left in that dreadful hour alone : Perchance her reason...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott, esq, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1818
...pine-tree, rooted from the ground, It sunk among the foes. Then Eustace mounted too ;— yet staid. As loath to leave the helpless maid, When, fast as...loose rein dangling from his head, Housing and saddle hloody red, Lord Marmion's steed rushed hy , And Eustace, maddening at the siyl,l., A look and sign...
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The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1822
...pine-tree, rooted from the ground, It sunk among the foes. Then Eustace mounted too ; yet staid, As loth to leave the helpless maid, When, fast as shaft can...from his head, Housing and saddle bloody red, Lord Mannion's steed rush'd by ; And Eustace, maddening at the sight, A look and sign to Clara cast, To...
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Letters to Richard Heber, esq: containing critical remarks on the series of ...

John Leycester Adolphus - English fiction - 1822 - 216 pages
...King !" thundered from the other.fl That fine incident in the battle of Flodden, " Fast as shaft could fly, Blood-shot his eyes, his nostrils spread, The...Housing and saddle bloody red, Lord Marmion's steed rush'd by," Marmion, Canto VI St. 27. is Introduced again in the engagement at Loudon-hill : " At length...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, Book 4

John Pierpont - Recitations - 1823 - 480 pages
...helpless maid, I * Pnit. falrttiuoa. - „ ' .t Prim, fawTro. - . ' • Lesson 207.] FIRST CLASS BOOK. 473 When, fast as shaft can fly, Blood-shot his eyes,...mark he would return in haste Then plunged into the light. Ask me not what the maiden feels, Left in that dreadful hour alone : Perchance her reason stoops,...
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The poetical works of sir Walter Scott, Volume 10

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1827 - 380 pages
...spread, Tbe loose rein dangling from hisjicad, Housing aud saddle bloody red, Lord Marmion's steed rush'd by; And Eustace, maddening at the sight, A look and...would return in haste, Then plunged into the fight. xxvni. Ask me not what the maiden feels. Left in that dreadful hour alone : Perchance her reason stoops,...
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Exercises in reading and recitation

Jonathan Barber - 1828 - 251 pages
...pine-tree, rooted from the groundr It sunk among the foes. Then Eustace mounted too; — yet staid, As loath to leave the helpless maid, When, fast as...would return in haste Then plunged into the fight. Ask me not what the maiden feels, Left in that dreadful hour alone : Perchance her reason stoops, or...
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