La Mort D'Arthur: The Most Famous History of the Renowned Prince Arthur, and the Knights of the Round Table

R. Wilks, 89 Chancery Lane; sold also by, 1816

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Página 249 - I be cold ; and let me be put in a fair bed with all the richest clothes that I have about me, and so let my bed and all my...
Página 249 - So her father granted it her faithfully, all things should be done like as she had devised. Then her father and her brother made great dole, for when this was done anon she died. And so when she was dead the corpse and the bed...
Página 368 - And hither he cometh as fast as he may to fetch my corpse : and beside my lord king Arthur he shall bury me.
Página 350 - Castle ; and there yet all men may see the skull of him, and the same wound is seen that Sir Launcelot gave him in battle.
Página 360 - YET some men say in many parts of England that King Arthur is not dead, but had by the will of our Lord Jesu into another place ; and men say that he shall come again, and he shall win the holy cross.
Página 203 - Jesu Christ, and a great multitude of angels bare his soul up to heaven, that the two fellows might well behold it. Also the two fellows saw come from heaven an hand, but they saw not the body. And then it came right to the Vessel, and took it and the spear, and so bare it up to heaven. Sithen was there never man so hardy to say that he had seen the Sangreal.
Página 179 - So when they saw all this they turned to the chapel, and saw the good man in a religious weed and in the armour of Our Lord, for he would sing mass of the Holy Ghost ; and so they entered in and heard mass. And at the secrets of the mass they three saw the hart become a man, the which marvelled them...
Página 101 - ... candlestick which bare six great candles, and the candlestick was of silver. And when Sir Launcelot saw this light, he had...
Página 79 - And there was all the hall fulfilled with good odours, and every knight had such meats and drinks as he best loved in this world. And when the Holy Grail had been borne through the hall, then the holy vessel departed suddenly, that they wist not where it became : then had they all breath to speak.
Página 248 - And then she called her father, Sir Bernard, and her .brother, Sir Tirre, and heartily she prayed her father that her brother might write a letter like as she did indite it : and so her father granted her.

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