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" How since it pleased me ? Remember, lady, the day whereon your father departed, the queen took me by the hand, and leading me before you, said, I give you this child to be your servant ; and you said it pleased you. And from that time I have held... "
Amadis of Gaul - Page 45
by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo - 1803
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1803
...one who is not his own, but yours. Mine ! said she, since when ? Since it pleased you. How since it pleased me ? Remember, Lady, the day...give you this child to be your servant ; and you said /'/ f leased you. And from that time I have held and hold myself yours to do you service : yours only,...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...one who is not his own, but yours. Mine ! said she, since when ? Since it pleased you. How since it pleased me ? Remember, lady, the day...yours to do you service : yours only, that neither I nor any other while I live can have command over me. That word, said she, you took with a meaning...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...his own, but yours. Mine ! said she, since when ? Since it pleased you. How since it phased me ? Remember, lady, the day whereon your father...yours to do you service : yours only, that neither I nor any other while I live can have command over me. That word, said she, you took with a meaning...
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Stories from the Classic Literature of Many Nations

Bertha Palmer - 1898 - 297 pages
...is not his own, but yours." " Mine ! " said she. " Since when ? " " Since it pleased you." " How since it pleased me ? " " Remember, lady, the...that time I have held and hold myself yours to do your service : yours only, that neither I nor any other, while I live, can have command over me." "That...
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A School Reader, Book 4

Fanny E. Coe - 1908
...said, "this is the first thing you have ever asked of me, and I shall do it with a good will." 183 "Remember, lady, the day whereon your father departed,...said it pleased you. And from that time I have held myself yours to do your service; yours only, that neither I nor any other, while I live, can have command...
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