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" Oriana was there, the queen gave her the child of the sea, that he should serve her, and Oriana said that " it pleased her ;" and that word which she said, the child kept in his heart, so that he never lost it from his memory, and in all his life he was... "
Amadis of Gaul - Page 34
by Vasco de Lobeira - 1803
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Old Blackfriars: A Story of the Days of Sir Anthony Van Dyck

Beatrice Marshall - 1901 - 323 pages
...gave me Fairest Flowers,' but reading ' She was called the one without a peer, and in all his life he was never weary of serving her and his heart was surrendered to her,' and the trout stream rippled and babbled an accompaniment. Why did the halcyon morning with its blue sky...
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A School Reader

Fanny E. Coe - 1908
...his heart, so that he never lost it from his memory. All his life he was never weary of serving her, for as well as he loved her did she also love him. And now the time came that he thought he could take arms if he were knighted. With this desire he went...
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The Living Age, Volume 216

1898
..."kept herword in his heart, and in all his lifewas never weary of serving her. . . . And their loves lasted as long as they lasted, for as well as he loved her did' she also love him." Like Aucassin, Mr. Pater's ideal of passion in its mood of "Monseigneur Tristan," and embraces deepest...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 73

1894
...she said the Child kept in his heart, so that he never lost it from his memory, and in all his life he was never weary of serving her, and his heart was...to have placed his thoughts on her, and dared not speak to her ; and she, who loved him in her heart, was careful not to speak more with him than with...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 73

1894
...she said the Child kept in his heart, so that he never lost it from his memory, and in all his life he was never weary of serving her, and his heart was...to have placed his thoughts on her, and dared not speak to her ; and she, who loved him in her heart, was careful not to speak more with him than with...
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Spanish and Portuguese Romances of Chivalry

Henry Thomas
...she said the Child kept in his heart, so that he never lost it from his memory, and in all his life he was never weary of serving her, and his heart was...of her love, thought himself presumptuous to have 1 Original of 1508, bk 1. ch. xxx1. ; Souther's abridged translation, bk 1. ch. xxx11. 2 Don Quixote,...
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