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Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on Amadis stood in his stirrups, and gave him a blow on his head, and cut away the trappings....
" Amadis stood in his stirrups, and gave him a blow on his head, and cut away the trappings of his helmet and the skin of his head, and the sword held on and came upon the neck of the horse, so that he fell dead, and the rider senseless. Amadis waited a... "
Amadis of Gaul - Page 117
by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo - 1803
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Amadís de Gaul, Volume 2

Vasco de Lobeira, Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo - 1803
...entered in aslant, and he could not pluck it out. Amadis stood in his stirrups, and gave him a blow en his head, and cut away the trappings of his helmet...guerdon ! Durin stood weeping before him, and could make 117 no reply. Atnadis embraced him, and he commended him to God, and kissed the skirls of his armour...
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The new glories of the Catholic church, tr. from the Ital. by the fathers of ...

1859
...can do anything at the foot of the throne of the Divine Majesty, I will surely remember all of you, who have loved me so much, and done so much for me. Weep not for me, for I am happy in my cangue and my chains and my death. From my youth up I have desired...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...callest it fear ! thou art very desirous of thy own hurt : defend thyself now if thou canst ! They rau against each other, and both shields were pierced,...it was day-break : Amadis said to Gandalin, if you chuse to go with me, attempt not to disturb me in whatever I say or do : if you will not obey this,...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...you, and you in him, you may both enjoy : I leave you. So departing from him, he called Garidalin, and seeing Durin there, he said to him, Friend Durin,...it was day-break : Amadis said to Gandalin, if you chuse to go with me, attempt not to disturb me in whatever I say or do : if you will not obey this,...
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Nelson's Literature Readers, Book 2

Richard Garnett - 1905 - 464 pages
...very de sirous of thy own hurt: defend thyself now if thou canst." They ran against each other, and the knight was thrown down; he kept the reins, and...it was daybreak. Amadis said to Gandalin," If you choose to go with me, attempt not to disturb me in whatever I say or do. If you will not obey this,...
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