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" I will well, said Arthur, and rode fast after the sword, and when he came home, the lady and all were out to see the jousting. Then was Arthur wroth, and said to himself, I will ride to the churchyard, and take the sword with me that sticketh in the stone,... "
Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble ... - Page 27
by Sir Thomas Malory - 1868 - 496 pages
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The boy's king Arthur, sir T. Malory's history of king Arthur and his ...

Arthur (king.) - 1880
...sword ; and when he came home, the lady and all were gone out to see the jousting. Then was Arthu1 wroth, and said to himself, " I will ride to the church-yard...brother Sir Kay shall not be without a sword this day." And so when he came to the church-yard Arthur alighted, and tied his horse to the stile, and so went...
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The Boy's King Arthur: Being Sir Thomas Malory's History of King Arthur and ...

Sir Thomas Malory - 1880 - 403 pages
...the service was done the barons rode to the field. were gone out to see the jousting. Then was Arthui wroth, and said to himself, " I will ride to the church-yard...take the sword with me that sticketh in the stone, foi my brother Sir Kay shall not be without a sword this day." And so when he came to the church-yard...
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The Book of Merlin: The Book of Sir Balin

Sir Thomas Malory - 1904 - 86 pages
...and rode fast after the sword. And when he came home, the lady and all were out to see the jousting. Then was Arthur wroth, and said to himself, "I will...me that sticketh in the stone, for my brother, Sir Kaye, shall not be without a sword this day." And so, when he came to the churchyard, Sir Arthur alighted,...
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Stories of King Arthur and His Knights ...

Sir Thomas Malory - 1904 - 322 pages
...to see the jousting, and he found nobody at home to deliver him the sword. Then was Arthur troubled, and said to himself^ " I will ride to the churchyard and take the sword that sticketh in the stone, for my brother Sir Kay shall not be without a sword this day." So when...
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Famous Legends Adapted for Children

Emeline Gifford Crommelin - 1904 - 181 pages
...one there to give him his brother's sword, for all had gone to the contest. Then Arthur, being angry, said to himself : " I will ride to the churchyard, and take the sword from within the stone, for my brother, Sir Kay, shall not be without a sword this day." When Arthur...
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Language Reader, Book 5

Franklin Thomas Baker, George Rice Carpenter, Jennie Freeborn Owens - 1906
...to see the tournament. Then said Arthur to himself, " I will ride to the church and take the sword that sticketh in the stone, for my brother, Sir Kay, shall not be without a sword this day." And when he came to the church, Arthur alighted, tied hisi5 horse to the stile, and grasping the sword...
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The Arthurian Tales: The Greatest of Romances which Recount the Noble and ...

Thomas Malory - 1907 - 374 pages
...; and when he came home, the lady and all were gone out to see the jousting. Then was Arthur wrath, and said to himself, "I will ride to the churchyard...the sword with me that sticketh in the stone, for my hrother, Sir Kaye, shall not be without a sword this day." And so, when he came to the churchyard,...
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... King Arthur Stories from Malory

Sir Thomas Malory, Lillian O. Stevens, Edward Frank Allen - 1908 - 188 pages
...he rode fast after the sword. When he came home, the lady and all had gone out to see the jousting. Then was Arthur wroth and said to himself, "I will...Sir Arthur alighted and tied his horse to the stile. Then he went to the tent, but found no knights there, for they were all at the jousting. So he took...
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The story of king Arthur, from Malory's Morte Darthur

Mary Macleod - 1908 - 123 pages
...one at home to give him the sword, for every one had gone to see the jousting. Then Arthur was angry and said to himself: "I will ride to the churchyard,...brother, Sir Kay, shall not be without a sword this day." When he came to the churchyard he alighted, and tied his horse to the stile, and went to the tent....
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Child Classics, Book 4

Georgia Alexander - 1909
...the sword; and when he came home the lady and all were gone out to see the jousting. Then said Arthur to himself," I will ride to the churchyard and take...me that sticketh in the stone, for my brother, Sir Kaye, shall not be without a sword this day." And so, when he came to the churchyard, Arthur alighted,...
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