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" Wherefore the queen said in hearing of them all : I beseech Almighty God that I may never have power to see Sir Launcelot with my worldly eyen ; and thus, said all the ladies, was ever her prayer these two days, till she was dead. "
Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble ... - Page 479
by Sir Thomas Malory - 1868 - 496 pages
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La Mort D'Arthur: The Most Famous History of the Renowned Prince ..., Volume 3

Sir Thomas Malory - 1816
...lord King Arthur he shall bury me." Wherefore the Queen said in the hearing of them all: " 1 beseech God that I may never have power to see Sir Launcelot with my worldly eyes.** " And this,'1 said all the ladies, ' was ever her prayer all those two days, until) she vras dead.'* Tuen...
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La Mort D'Arthure: The History of King Arthur and of the Knights ..., Volume 3

Thomas Wright - 1858
...Arthur hee shall bury mee." Wherefore the queene said, in hearing of them all, " I beseech Almightie God that I may never have power to see sir Launcelot with my worldy eyes." " And this," said all the ladies, " was ever her prayer all those two dayes untill shee...
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La mort d'Arthure. The history of king Arthur and of the knights ..., Volume 3

Arthur (king.) - 1866
...Arthur hee shall bury mee." Wherefore the queene said, in hearing of them all, " I beseech Almightie God that I may never have power to see sir Launcelot with my worldy eyes." " And this," said all the ladies, " was ever her prayer all those two dayes untill shee...
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Troubadours and Trouvères: New and Old

Harriet Waters Preston - 1876 - 280 pages
...hither he cometh, as fast as he may, to fetch my corpse ; and beside my lord, King Arthur, he shall bury me.' Wherefore the queen said, in hearing of them...her visage, but he wept not greatly, but sighed." The " Idyls" themselves contain no touch finer than this last. Sir Launcelot's own release was not...
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Troubadours and Trouvères: New and Old

Harriet Waters Preston - 1876 - 280 pages
...hither he cometh, as fast as he may, to fetch my corpse ; and beside my lord, King Arthur, he shall bury me.' Wherefore the queen said, in hearing of them...eyes.' ' And thus,' said all the ladies, ' was ever her pra3rer, these two days, till she was dead.' Then Sir Launcelot saw her visage, but he wept not greatly,...
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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
...Sir Launcelot was come to Almesbury, within the nunnery, Queen Guenever died but half an hour before. Then Sir Launcelot saw her visage, but he wept not...but sighed ; and so he did all the observance of the mass himself, both the dirige [dirge} at night and the mass on the morrow. [And so with many holy rites,...
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The boy's king Arthur, sir T. Malory's history of king Arthur and his ...

Arthur (king.) - 1880
...Sir Launcelot was come to Almesbury, within the nunnery, Queen Guenever died but half an hour before. Then Sir Launcelot saw her visage, but he wept not...but sighed ; and so he did all the observance of the mass himself, both the dirige [dirge] at night and the mass on the morrow. [And so with many holy rites,...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 103

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1888
...that I may never have the power to see Sir Lancelot with my worldly eyes." " And there Sir Lancelot saw her visage ; but he wept not greatly, but sighed. And so he did all the observance himself, both the dirge at night, and the Mass on the morrow ; and there was ordained an horse-bier,...
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La Morte D'Arthure: The History of King Arthur and of the Knights ..., Volume 3

Thomas Wright - 1889
...Arthur hee shall bury mee." Wherefore the queene said, in hearing of them all, " I beseech Almightie God that I may never have power to see sir Launcelot with my worldy eyes." " And this," said all the ladies, "was ever her prayer all those two dayes until shee...
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The Smith College Monthly, Volume 11

1903
...Guenevere dies a penitent nun, praying that she may not live until Launcelot is able to come to her. " Then Sir Launcelot saw her visage, but he wept not greatly, but sighed " a touch in which Malory for once has risen far above romantic convention. So she is buried beside...
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