The Poetical Works of Henry Taylor by Sir Henry TaylorThe Poetical Works of Henry Taylor by Sir Henry Taylor

The Poetical Works of Henry Taylor

bySir Henry Taylor

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 Excerpt: ...and Rouen, And every reach of road from Paris south: Then point we to the north, where Artevelde Wields at his single will the Flemish force, Five hundred thousand swords; and ask what fate Awaits our France, if those with these unite, Bold villains both, and ripe for riving down All royalty,--thereafter or therewith Nobility!--Then strike whiles yet apart Each single foe. Bourbon. But Philip speaks us fair. Burgundy. As fair as false. Sir Flenreant. My lords, there's proof of that Here close at hand; a yeoman from Tournesis, But now arrived with news of ravage done On the French frontier. Burgundy. There, good brother, there! There's Flemish friendship, Flemish love of peace! Shall we make nought of this? Bourbon. We'll sift it, brother, And find if it be true. Burgundy. Where is the man? Sir Fleureant. I'll bring him in, my lord. Exit. Enter the King with a Hawk on his hand. Burgundy. How now,my royal cousin, have you done? Can you repeat the speech? King. 0 yes, good uncle. "Right noble our liege councillors all, We greet you! We have required your--" Burgundy. Presence here this day. King. "We have required your presence here this day On matters of high import, which surcharge Our royal mind, that still affects the weal Of our beloved lieges. Much to peace Our tender years incline us, but--but--but--" I'll fly my hawk, good uncle, now; to-morrow I'll say the rest. Come, Jerry, Jerry, Jerry! He is a Marzarolt, uncle, just reclaim'd; The best in France for flying at the fur. Whew! Jerry, Jerry, Jerry! Burgundy. Cousin, stay. Enter Sir Fleureant with the Yeoman. Here is a worthy yeoman from Tournesis, Who hath a tale to tell of ravage done Upon the realm of France. King. A yeoman, uncle? Here, worthy yeoman, you shall kiss our hand. Get...
Title:The Poetical Works of Henry TaylorFormat:PaperbackDimensions:106 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:May 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217605168

ISBN - 13:9780217605168