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" Ah, knight, thou hast asked a great thing ;' and all who were present were greatly grieved. But the King, who was the most loyal man in the world, bade them not trouble themselves. * It is better... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 126
by Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1804
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 4

Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo - 1803
...the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all: for how would the people keep faith one with another, if they could not depend upon the King's...he commanded his daughter to be brought. When the Queen and her Ladies heard that, they made the most sorrowful outcry that ever was heard ; but the...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1803
...themselves. It is better, said he, to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all : for how would the people keep faith one with another, if they could not depend upon the King's truth ? And he commanded his daughter to...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1803
...themselves. It is better, said he, to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all : for how would the people keep faith one with another, if they could not depend upon the King's truth ? And he commanded his daughter to...
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Periodical criticism, Volume 2

Walter Scott - 1835
...themselves. * It is better,' said he, ' to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all ; for how would the...he commanded his daughter to be brought. When the queen and her ladies heard that, they made the most sorrowful outcry that ever was heard ; but the...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott...

Walter Scott - 1835
...themselves. ' It is better,' said he, ' to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all ; for how would the...he commanded his daughter to be brought. When the queen and her ladies heard that, they inade the most sorrowful outcry that ever was heard ; but the...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott: Biographical memoirs of ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1838
...said he, ' t lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflict* few, the otiier wonld injure all ; for how would the people keep faith with...one another if they could not depend upon the King's troth ?' And h commanded his daughter to be brought. When the queen and her ladies heard that, they...
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Miscellaneous Prose Works, Volume 18

Sir Walter Scott - 1853
...themselves. ' It is better,' said he, * to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all ; for how would the...And he commanded his daughter to be brought When the queen and her ladies heard that, they made the most sorrowful outcry that ever was heard ; but the...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all : for how would the people keep faith one with another, if they could not depend upon the king's...he commanded his daughter to be brought. When the queen and her ladies heard that, they made the most sorrowful outcry that ever was heard ; but the...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...themselves. It ia better, said he, to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all : for how would the people keep faith one with another, if they could not depend upon the king's truth? And he commanded his daughter to...
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The Broad Stone of Honour: Or, The True Sense and Practice of Chivalry, Volume 4

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1876
...rash promise, he says, "It is better to lose my daughter than to break my word ; the one evil afflicts few, the other would injure all : for, how would the...another, if they could not depend upon the King's truth ? " 3 This answer was according to the order of knighthood, translated by Mr. Way, where the new-made...
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