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" Ector, but he knew not them. Then went Sir Bors unto Sir Ector, and told him how there lay his brother Sir Launcelot dead. And then Sir Ector threw his shield, sword, and helm from him ; and when he beheld Sir Launcelot's visage he fell down in a swoon... "
Christian History in Its Three Great Periods: Second period: The Middle Age - Page 124
by Joseph Henry Allen - 1884
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La Mort D'Arthur: The Most Famous History of the Renowned Prince ..., Volume 3

Sir Thomas Malory - 1816
...then Sir Ector threw his shield, his sword« and his helm from him, and when he beheld Sir bauncelot'a visage, he fell down in a swoon; and when he awaked it were hard for any'tongue to telt , the doleful complaints that he made for his brother, " Ah, .-»ir Launcelot,''...
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La Mort D'Arthure: The History of King Arthur and of the Knights ..., Volume 3

Thomas Wright - 1858
...from seven. men sing the service full lamentably ; and all they knew sir Ector, but hee knew not them. Then went sir Bors unto sir Ector, and told him how...Launcelot dead. And then sir Ector threw his shield, his sword, and his helme from him ; and when hee beheld sir Launcelots visage hee fell downe in a sowne,...
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The Age of Chivalry

Thomas Bulfinch - 1859 - 414 pages
...Bohort, and told him how there lay Sir Launcelot his brother dead. Then Sir Hector threw his shield, his sword, and helm from him. And when he beheld Sir Launcelot's visage, it were hard for any tongue to tell the doleful complaints he made for his brother. " Ah, Sir Launcelot...
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Age of Chivalry: Or Legends of King Arthur

Thomas Bulfinch - 1863 - 414 pages
...Bohort, and told him how there lay Sir Launcelot his brother dead. Then Sir Hector threw his shield, his sword, and helm from him. And when he beheld Sir Launcelot's visage, it were hard for any tongue to tell the doleful complaints he made for his brother. " Ah, Sir Launcelot!...
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La mort d'Arthure. The history of king Arthur and of the knights ..., Volume 3

Arthur (king.) - 1866
...from seven. men sing the service full lamentably ; and all they knew sir Ector, but hee knew not them. Then went sir Bors unto sir Ector, and told him how...Launcelot dead. And then sir Ector threw his shield, his sword, and his helme from him ; and when hce beheld sir Launcelots visage hee fell downe in a sowne,...
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Morte D'Arthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur & of His Noble ...

Sir Thomas Malory - 1868 - 496 pages
...into the quire, and there he saw men sing and weep. And all they knew Sir Ector, but he knew not them. Then went Sir Bors unto Sir Ector, and told him how...down in a swoon ; and when he awaked it were hard for any tongue to tell the doleful complaints that he made for his brother. Ah, Launcelot, he said,...
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The Young scholar, Volume 1

1872
...him how that there lay his brother Sir Launcelot, dead ! Then Sir Ector threw his shield and sword from him, and when he beheld Sir Launcelot's visage, he fell down in a swoon. And when he awoke, it were hard for any tongue to tell the doleful complaints that he made for his brother. " Ah,...
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The Civil Service Handbook of English Literature: For the Use of Candidates ...

Austin Dobson - 1874 - 296 pages
...hee saw men sing the service full lamentably ; and all they knew sir Ector, but hee knew not them. Then went sir Bors unto sir Ector, and told him how...Launcelot dead. ' And then sir Ector threw his shield, his sword and his helme from him ; and when hee beheld sir Launcelot's visage hee fell downe in a sowne,...
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Specimens of English Prose Style: From Malory to Macaulay

George Saintsbury - 1885 - 367 pages
...there he saw men sing the service full lamentably. And all they knew Sir Ector, but he knew not them. Then went Sir Bors unto Sir Ector, and told him how...Launcelot dead. And then Sir Ector threw his shield, his sword and his helm from him, and when he beheld Sir Launcelot's visage, he fell down in a swoon...
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Specimens of English Prose Style: From Malory to Macaulay

George Saintsbury - 1885 - 367 pages
...there he saw men sing the service full lamentably. And all they knew Sir Ector, but be knew not them. Then went Sir Bors unto Sir Ector, and told him how...Launcelot dead. And then Sir Ector threw his shield, his sword and his helm from him, and when he beheld Sir Launcelot's visage, he fell down in a swoon...
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