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" I humbly require you, in the honour of the son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses. "
The Broad Stone of Honour Or the True Sense and Practice of Chivalry: Tancredus - Page 291
by Kenelm Henry Digby - 1846 - 394 pages
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Edward III & His Wars, 1327-1360: Extracts from the Chronicles of Froissart ...

William James Ashley - Great Britain - 1887 - 197 pages
...I passed the sea in great peril I have desired nothing- of you, therefore I now humbly pray you in honour of the Son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that you will take mercy of these six burgesses." The king beheld the queen, and stood still in thought...
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Mediaeval France from the Reign of Hugues Capet to the Beginning of the ...

Gustave Masson - France - 1888 - 354 pages
...since I passed the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing of you ; therefore now I humbly require you, in the honour of the Son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that ye will 'take mercy of these six burgesses." The king beheld the queen, and stood still in a study a space,...
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Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble ...

Sir Thomas Malory - Arthurian romances - 1889 - 509 pages
...sith I passed the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing of you ; therefore now I humbly require you, in the honour of the Son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses." The king beheld the queen, and stood still in a study a space,...
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English Prose, Volume 1

Sir Henry Craik - English prose literature - 1893
...sith I passed the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing of you ; therefore now I humbly require you, in the honour of the son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses. The king beheld the queen, and stood still in a study a space,...
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The Chronicles of Froissart

Jean Froissart - Europe - 1895 - 484 pages
...sith I passed the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing 'of you ; therefore now I humbly require you in the honour of the Son of the Virgin Mary and for the love of me that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses.' The king beheld the queen and stood still in a study a space,...
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Periods of European Literature, Volume 3

1899
...sith I passed the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing of you : therefore now I humbly require you, in the honour of the son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses.' The king beheld the queen, and stood still in a study a space,...
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The Fourteenth Century

Frederick John Snell - Europe - 1899 - 428 pages
...sith I passed the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing of you : therefore now I humbly require you, in the honour of the son of the Virgin Mary, and for the love of me, that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses.' The king beheld the queen, and stood still in a study a space,...
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England's Story: A History for Grammar and High Schools

Eva March Tappan - Great Britain - 1901 - 370 pages
...came over the sea to you in much peril, and no boon have I desired of you. Now I beg that in the honor of the Son of the Virgin Mary and for the love of me, you will have mercy on these six citizens." To this the king answered : " Ah, lady, I wish you had...
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The Chronicle of Froissart, Volume 1

Jean Froissart - Burgundy - 1901
...A gentyll sir, syth I passed the see in great parell, I have desyred nothyng of you ; therfore nowe I humbly requyre you, in the honour of the Son of the Virgyn CAP. CXLVI Mary and for the love of me that ye woll take mercy of these Howe the sixe burgesses....
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Great Men and Famous Deeds

Babylonia - 1903 - 632 pages
...the sea in great peril, I have desired nothing of you; therefore now I humbly require you in honor of the Son of the Virgin Mary and for the love of me that ye will take mercy of these six burgesses." The king beheld the queen and stood still in a study a space,...
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