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" For hete her clothes down sche dede Almest to her gerdyl stede, Than lay sche uncovert ; Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wynterys day, He seygh never non so pert. "
A Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs ... - Page 608
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1852
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Popular Ballads and Songs: From Tradition, Manuscripts and Scarce ..., Volume 2

Robert Jamieson - Ballads, Scots - 1806
...than shall she dye ; Hounds of hir shall have ther fode, Margrat of all hir kyn and she." Then Thommas a sory man was he, The terys ran out of his een gray : " Lufly lady, zet tell to me, If we shall parte for ever and ay." " Nay ; when thu sitts at Erseldown, To Hunteley...
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Popular Ballads and Songs: From Tradition, Manuscripts and Scarce ..., Volume 2

Robert Jamieson - Ballads, Danish - 1806
...than shall she dye ; Hounds of hir shall have ther fode, Margrat of all hir kyn and she." Then Thommas a sory man was he, The terys ran out of his een gray : " Lufly lady, zet tell to me, If we shall parte for ever and ay." " Nay ; when thu sitts at Erseldown, To Hunteley...
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Publications, Volume 26

1845
...bry3t. For hete her clothes down sche dede Almest to her gerdyl stede, Than lay sche uncovert ; Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wyuterys day, He seygh never non so pert. The rede rose, whan sche ys newe, A3ens her rode nes nau3t...
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Phantastes: A Faerie Romance for Men and Women

George MacDonald - English fiction - 1858 - 323 pages
...her, or as if a sleep Lay on her eyelid, easier to sweep Than bee from daisy. BEDDOES' Pygmalion. Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wynterys day. Romance of Sir Launfal. I WALKED on, iii the fresh morning air, as if new-born. The only thing that...
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Phantastes: a faerie romance

George Macdonald - 1858
...her, or as if a sleep Lay on her eyelid, easier to sweep Than bee from daisy. BEDDOES' Pygmalion. Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wynterys day. Romance of Sir Launfal. I WALKED on, in the fresh morning air, as if new-born. The only thing that...
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Works of fancy and imagination, Volume 5

George Macdonald - 1871
...her, or as if a sleep Lay on her eyelid, easier to sweep Than bee from daisy. BEDDOES* Pygmalion. Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wynterys day. Romance of Sir Launfal. I WALKED on, in the fresh morning air, as if new-born. The only thing that...
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Fairy Tales, Legends and Romances Illustrating Shakespeare and Other Early ...

Joseph Ritson - Dwarfs - 1875 - 426 pages
...bry3t. For hete her clothes down sche dede Almest to her gerdyl stede, Than lay sche uncovert ; Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wynterys day, He seygh never non so pert. The rede rose, whan sche ys newe, A3ens her rode nes na3t of hewe, I dar welle say yn sert ; l 1 The...
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Select Remains of the Ancient Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland

David Laing, John Small - Dialect poetry, Scottish - 1885 - 411 pages
...In a dyke then shall she dye ; Houndis of hir shall have ther fode, Magrat of all hir kyng of le." Then Thomas a sory man was he, The terys ran out of his een gray : — 170 " Lufly lady, get tell thou me, If we shall parte for ever and ay ? " — " Nay ; when thou...
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Launfal, an ancient metrical romance

Thomas Chestre - Arthurian romances - 1891 - 98 pages
...For hete her clothes down she dede, Almest to her gerdyl stede, 29 Than lay sche uncovert ; Sche was as whyt as lylye yn May, Or snow that sneweth yn wynterys day, He seygh never non so pert . The rede rose, whan she ys newe, Ayens her rode nes naught of hewe, I dar well say yn sert!; Her...
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Early Popular Poetry of Scotland and the Northern Border, Volume 1

David Laing, William Carew Hazlitt - Dialect poetry, Scottish - 1895
...than shall she dye ; Houndis of hir shall have ther fode, Margrat of all hir kyn and she. i MS. Then. Then Thomas a sory man was he, The terys ran out of his een gray : i?o Lufly lady, get tell to me, If we shall parte for ever and aye ? Nay, when thou sitts at Erseldown,]...
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