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" I have neither gold nor silver To maintain thee in this case ; And to travel is great charges, As you know, in every place. "
Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages - Page 127
by Percy Society - 1852
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A tour through the northern counties of England, and the borders ..., Volume 2

Richard Warner - England - 1802
...place." " My chains and jewels every one shall be thy own, " And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lie unknown." ' On the seas are many dangers, ' Many storms...will be to ladies dreadful, ' And force tears from watery eyes.' " Well in troth I shall endure extremity, " For I could find in heart to lose my life...
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A Topographical Account of the Parish of Scampton: In the County of Lincoln ...

Cayley Illingworth - Scampton (Lincolnshire) - 1808 - 63 pages
...travel is great charges, As you know, in ev'ry place." My chains and jewels every one shall be thy own, And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lies...Many storms do there arise, Which will be to ladies dredful, And force tears from watery eyes." Well in troth I shall endure extremity, For I could find...
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A Topographical Account of the Parish of Scampton: In the County of Lincoln ...

Cayley Illingworth - Scampton (England) - 1810 - 65 pages
...travel is great charges, As you know, in ev'ry place." My chains and jewels every one shall be thy own, And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lies...Which will be to ladies dreadful, And force tears from watery eyes." Well in troth I shall endure extremity, For I could find in heart to lose my life for...
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Drinking-songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

Ballads, English - 1819
...travel is great charges, ' As you know in every place.'— My chains and jewels every one shall be thy own, And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lies...do there arise, ' Which will be to ladies dreadful, ' Courteous lady, leave this folly, ' Here comes all that breeds the strife ; ' I in England have already...
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Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - English poetry - 1816 - 1064 pages
...chains and jewels ev'ry one shall be thy own, [unknown. And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lies " On the seas are many dangers, Many storms do there...dreadful, And force tears from wat'ry eyes." Well, in troth, I shall endure extremity, For I could find in heart to lose my life for thjee. " Courteous lady,...
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Ancient Songs and Ballads: From the Reign of King Henry the Second ..., Volume 2

Joseph Ritson - Ballads, English - 1829
...and jewels every one shall be thy own, And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lies unknown." 60 " On the seas are many dangers, Many storms do there...Which will be to ladies dreadful, And force tears from watery eyes." " Well in troth I shall endure extremity, For I could find in heart to lose my life for...
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - Anecdotes - 1832
...to travel is great charges As you know in every placa" " My chains and jewels every one shall be thy own. And eke ten thousand pounds in gold that lies...Which will be to ladies dreadful, And force tears from watery eyes." " Well in troth I shall endure extremity, For I could find in heart to lose my Ufe for...
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A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ..., Volume 2

John Burke - Genealogy - 1835
...jewels every one shall be thy own, [unknown. And eke five hundred pounds in gold that lies " On the sea* are many dangers, Many storms do there arise ; Which will be to ladies dreadful. And force tears from watery eyes." Well in troth 1 shall endure extremity, For I could find in heart to lose my life for...
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Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic ..., Volume 2

Thomas Percy - Ballads, English - 1839
...and jewels every one shal be thy own, And eke five hundred pounds* in gold that lies unknown. 60 " On the seas are many dangers, Many storms do there arise, Which wil be to ladies dreadful, And force tears from watery eyes." Well in troth I shall endure extremity,...
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Selections from the Early Ballad Poetry of England and Scotland

Richard John King - Ballads, English - 1842 - 291 pages
...As you know in every place." My chains and jewels every one shal be thy own, And eke five hundred 1 pounds in gold that lies unknown. " On the seas are many dangers, Many storms do there arise, Which wil be to ladies dreadful, And force tears from watery eyes." Well in troth I shall endure extremity,...
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