Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript; Ballads and Romances Volume 3

Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript; Ballads and Romances Volume 3

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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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...was a noble Knight, Sir Iohn the Gray, & Sir Thomas of Mountgomerye; Sir Rodger Sanfort was not away; 276 ffrom London came Sir Robert Brakenburye; there was Sir Marmaduke Constable, a noble Knight, of King Richards councell hee was nye; Sir william Conyous,1 allwayes that was wight, 284 Sir Robert Thribald with his meanye; soe was Sir Martine of the wardley, & Sir Richard the good Hortton, & Sir Richard Rosse sware smartlye 288 that Kiiig Richard shold keepe his crowne. There was Sir Robert, the sterne Sturley; Sir Iohn of Melton, thither Came hee, Sir Garuis Clyfton in rich array, 292 Sir Henery Perpoint in his degree, T. North, n. Stafford, Sir Thomas North with royaltye, & alsoe Sir Iohn of Babington, Sir Humphrey Stafford sware certainelye 296 that King Richard shold keepe his crowne. there was Sir Robert Ryder, a man of might, Sir Robert Vtridge in his dignitye; Sir Iohn Huntington was ffeirce to flight, 300 soe was Sir Iohn willmarley. Sir Robert Swayley with royalltye, & alsoe Sir Bryan of stableton,3 & Sir william his cozen nye, & all said Richard shold keepe his crowne. 308 There was Sir Richard Ratcliffe, a noblo Knight, of King Richards councell was hee; Sir William his brother was ffeirce to flight, & Sir Thomas, they were brethren 3. & Si'r Richard the Mallinere, & Sir Iohn the good Hortton, & Sir Thomas the good Mallynere, 312 & all said Richard shold keepe his crow no. n. Mallinere, T. Mallynere, There was Sir Raphe Dacres out of the North, & Sir Christopher the Moresbye '; Sir William Musgreauo was stifle to stand, 316 soe was Sir Alexander ffawne in his dignitye. Sir George Murkenffeild behind wold not bee, nor yett Sir Thomas the doughtyo Broughton; Sir Christopher Owen made...show more

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  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 281g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236521382
  • 9781236521385