Altenglisches Lesebuch: zum Gebrauche bei Vorlesungen und zum Selbstunterricht, 1. osa

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Lippert [Max Niemeyer], 1874 - 4 pages

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Page 77 - Thare slogh ye many sakles, als it was sene, and now has king Edward wroken it I wene...
Page 72 - Thus me pileth the pore that is of lute pris: Nede in swot and in swynk swynde mot swo :" Nede he mot swynde thah he hade swore^ That nath nout en hod his hed for te hude. Thus wil walketh in londe, and lawe is for-lore, And al is piked of the pore, the prikyares prude.
Page 75 - I understonde Ne may no king wel ben in londe, Under God Almihte, But he cunne himself rede, Hou he shal in londe lede Everi man wid rihte. For might is riht, Liht is night, And fiht is fliht.
Page 77 - Inglis men harmes he hetes, Fast makes he his mone to men, that he metes, Bot fone frendes he findes, that his bale betes.
Page 111 - ... the wodes waxen grene, Lef ant gras ant blosme springes in Averyl, y wene, Ant love is to myn herte gon with one spere so kene, Nyht ant day my blod hit drynkes, myn herte deth me tene.
Page 78 - SIR David the Bruse, Was at distance, When Edward the Baliolfe Rade with his lance ; The north end of Ingland Teched him to daunce, When he was met on the more With mekill mischance. Sir Philip the Valayse May him noght avance, The flowres that faire war Er...
Page 37 - Dei descendet de cœlo, et mortui qui in Christo sunt resurgent primi. Deinde nos qui vivimus qui relinquimur, simul rapiemur cum illis in nubibus obviam Christo in aera ; et sic semper cum Domino erimus.
Page 78 - But now has sir David Missed of his merkes, And Philip the Valays, With all thaire grete clerkes. Sir Philip the Valais, Suth...
Page 93 - That laien yslayn in the fen. Alisaundre arisen is And sittith on his hygh deys, His duykes and his barouns, saun doute, Stondith and sittith him aboute. 3970 He hette brynge forth that felawe, That him wolde have yslawe. He is forth brought and the kyng Geveth him acoysyng...
Page 93 - Yusturday thow come in amiture, Yarmed so on of myne, Me byhynde at my chyne Smotest me with thy spere. No hadde myn hawberk beo the strongere, 3980 Thou hadest me vyly yslawe.

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