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and what she said in the Court of King Lisu-
arte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - -

CHAPTER 10,
How the Damsel of Denmark went in search
of Amadis, and by adventure after much toil
came to the Poor Rock, where Amadis was,
who called himself Beltenetros ............

CAAPTER 11

How Don Galaor and Florestan and Agrayes
having gone a long time in search of Amadis and
found no trace of him, came all disconsolate to
the Court of King Lisuarte . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

CHAPTER 12.
How, when King Lisuarte was at table, there
came in a strange Knight armed at all points,
and defied the King and all his Court, and of
what passed between him and Florestan, and
how Oriana was comforted and Amadis found.

CHAPTER 13.

How Beltenebros ordered arms to be made,
and prepared to see his Mistress Oriana, and
of the adventures which befel him upon the
road • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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CHAPTER 14.
How Beltenebros having finished these adven-
tures went to the Fountain of the Three Chan-
nels, where he concerted his going to Mira-
jlores, where his Lady Oriana sojourned. And
how a strange Knight brought certain jewels,
which were to try true lovers to the Court of
the King, and how Amadis agreed with his
Lady Oriana that they twain should go in dis-
guise to try them . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213

HAPTER 15.
How Beltenebros and Oriana sent the Damsel
of Denmark to know what answer was given
to their demand, and how they went to the

CHAPTER 16.
How Beltenebros went to Miraflores and abode
there with his Lady Oriana after the conquest
of the Sword and Garland, and how he went
from thence to the battle which had been ap-
pointed with King Cilladan, and of what
there befel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239.

CHAPTER 17.
How King Cildadan and Don Galaor were
carried away to be cured, and how they were:

placed, the one in a strong tower surrounded
ly the sea, the other in a garden with high
walls and iron railings, where each thought he
was in prison, not knowing by whom he had
been brought there, and of what befell them..

CHAPTER 18.

How the King beheld a strange sight offires
apon the sea, and of what happened ......

CHAPTER 19.

How when King Lisuarte was talking with
his Knights how he would go against the Is-
land of the Boiling Lake, to deliver King Ar-
ban of North Wales and Angriote of Estra-
vaus, there came a Damsel of the race of the
Giants from the sea, and demanded before the
Court that Amadis should do battle with Ar-
dan Canileo, and if he conquered the prisoners
should be released and the Island surrendered
to the King; but if Ardan Canileo won the
battle he desired nothing more than to carry
the head of Amadis to Madasima . . . . . . . .

UHAPTER 20.

How the battle was performed between Don
Bruneo of Bonamar, and Madaman the envi-

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ous, brother to the Insolent Damsel, and of the
confusion which was occasioned by envy among
the friends of Amadis, for which Amadis for-
sook the Court of King Lisuarte............ 310

CHAPTER 21.
How Amadis took leave of King Lisuarte and
with him ten Knights, his friends and kins-
men, who were the best and bravest of the
Court, and went their way to the Firm Island,
where Briolania proved the adventures of the
Arch of True Lovers and of the Forbidden
Chamber, and how they determined to deliver
Madasima and her Damsels from the King's
power. . . . . . . . . . . . • * ~ * * * ~ * . . . . . . . . . . . . 328

CHAPTER 22.

How Oriana was greatly afflicted for the de-
parture of Amadis, and moreover to find her-
self great with child; and how twelve Knights
came from the Firm Island to defend Mada-
sima and the other Damsels, who were in dan-
ger of death with them, though there was no
just cause why they should be put to death .. 347

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