Revue hispanique: Recueil consacré á l'étude des langues, des littératures et de l'histoire des pays castillans, catalans et portugais, Volumen62

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C. Klincksieck, 1924
 

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Página 491 - Quarto), and seemed to enjoy a spirited charge of the knights therein described, as much as he could have done in his best days ; placing his walking-stick in rest like a lance, to suit the action to the word.
Página 279 - ... publico que para esto fuere llamado que de ende al que vos la mostrare testimonio signado con su signo, por que nos sepamos en como se cunple nuestro mandado.
Página 279 - ... e los unos nin los otros non fagades nin fagan ende al por alguna manera...
Página 279 - ... al ome que vos esta nuestra carta mostrare que vos enplaze que parescades ante nos en la nuestra corte, do quier que nos seamos, del dia que vos enplazare fasta quinze...
Página 277 - Don Fernando e doña Ysabel, por la gracia de Dios, Rey e Reyna de Castilla, de León, de Aragón, de...
Página 482 - Till some knight, the mark attaining, Lays it at my royal feet. Of the noise was well aware he, In the dungeon depth who lay :— ' Holy Cross and Blessed Mary, Wherefore shout the Moors to-day ? Does their chief some blooming virgin Home as bride in triumph bring?
Página 482 - Day, which both a fast proclaim. Moors were then seen myrtle strewing Christians then burnt frankincense ; And a royal prize bestowing Bade the King the sports commence. At a shield with jewels flaming, Which aloft was seen to rise, All the Moors, their lances aiming, Strove in vain to win the prize. From the lists with shame returning All confest their skill too weak ; Till with scorn and anger burning, Thus the King was heard to speak : — 'Touch no breast shall babe complaining Man no bread shall...
Página 481 - Seized at length the Christian Lord. Whose the Knight should be, deciding. Seven times seven the dice they shake > Seven times seven the rest deriding, Proud Marlotes wins the stake. More rejoiced that he possest him, Than Arabia's realm to sway, — " Captive" — thus the Prince addrest him,
Página 277 - ... de nauarra de granada de toledo de valencia de galizia de mallorcas de seuilla de cerdeña de cordoua de corcega de murcia de...
Página 488 - Of those who bent a subject knee ; And now on earth no soul exists, Would stoop to show respect to me ! " Then curst that day, and curst that hour, Which saw me born to wealth and sway, Since all that wealth and all that power One luckless morn hath snatched away. " Oh ! haste thee, Death, my woes to end ; My soul from this loathed body free ? I'll thank thee, as my truest friend, The only friend now left to me-" FINIS, N

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