The Famous History of Montelion; Knight of the Oracle, Shewing His Strange Birth, Unfortunate Love, Perillous Adventures, &C. Adorned with Suitable Cu

The Famous History of Montelion; Knight of the Oracle, Shewing His Strange Birth, Unfortunate Love, Perillous Adventures, &C. Adorned with Suitable Cu

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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. 1759 edition. Excerpt: ... now become of me f How shall I escape further Misery r Here am I left alone ready to be devour'd of wild Beasts; yet what need I fear any Mischief, when so great a Misery hath befallen me, -as greater cannot be Her Laments conducted the Step of an age, d Her mit that dwelt in those Woods, to the Place where /he lay weeping over Montclion.: . Damsel (said the Hermit) sear not, I will do my bell to help you. And kneeling down by Montclion, rubbing his Cheeks, and laying his Hand upon his Breast, selt some Sign ot Life in him: Seeking for an Herb, which presently he found, he bruisod the same, letting the Juice fall into his Nostrils. with the Virtue whereof he came to. himself again. With that, raising himself upon his Arm, he.said; I perceive I have troubled you on si and (as it were half ashamed of himself) he desired her not to be troubled at his Misfortunes. Philothetas Heart rejoicing to see him revived, not so well knowing what to say, now he Was revived, as when he was in a.Trance; but her Virtue and: his Desert constraining her, she could do no less than utter these Speeches. Sir Knight, your Courtesy being so far beyond my Desert, bindeth me to yield you Thanks, and Thanks is an insussicient Requital for your Pains; although I know you not, nor never saw you until this Day, yet your Valour and Courtesy in delivering me from Captivity, hath bound me to become grateful, and deserveth more Recompence than I am able to yield. Lady, said Montelion, the Heavens have assisted you, not my Valour, which I have attempted without Expectation of kecompence: If you think well of my Pains, it is all the Reward I crave-v The old Helmet perceiving some strange Accident had brought them thither, desired them, (Montelion being very sore bruised, and Ihe muchshow more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123661576X
  • 9781236615763