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" Go on yet a little farther," said the hen-wife, till thou come to a round green hill surrounded with rings* (terraces) from the bottom to the top ; go round it three times widershins, and every time say, u Open, door! open, door ! and let me come in ;... "
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redigeeritud poolt - 1891
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Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1849 - 275 lehte
...with terraces from the bottom to the top : go round it three times widershins,* and every time say, ' Open door, open door, and let me come in !' and the third time the door will open, and you may go in." Child Rowland immediately cut off the hen-wife's head in return for...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1857
...rings (terraces) from the bottom to the top ; go round it three times widershins, and every time say, " Open, door ! open, door ! and let me come in ; and the third time the door will open, and you may go in." So Child Rowland drew the good claymore, [Excalibar,] that never struck...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1857
...rings (terraces) from the bottom to the top; go round it three times widershins, and every time say, " Open, door ! open, door ! and let me come in ; and the third time the door will open, and you may go in." So Child Rowland drew the good claymore, [Excalibar,] that never struck...
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ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BALLADS.

FRANCIS JAMES CHILD - 1860
...hill surrounded with rings (terraces) from the bottom to the top; go round it three times uridershins, and every time say, " Open, door ! open, door ! and...and the third time the door opened, and he went in. agreeably warm like a May evening, as is all the air of Elfland. The light was a sort of twilight or...
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ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BALLADS

1860
...rings* (terraces) from the bottom to the top ; go round it three times widershins, and every time say, u Open, door! open, door ! and let me come in ; and...and the third time the door opened, and he went in. agreeably warm like a May evening, as is all the ah of Elfland. The light was a sort of twilight or...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1860
...rings (terraces) from the bottom to the top; go round it three times widershins, and every time say, " Open, door ! open, door ! and let me come in ; and the third time the door will open, and you may go in." So Child Rowland drew the good claymore, [Excalibar,] that never struck...
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The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland: Romantic and Historical. With Notes and ...

1871 - 656 lehte
...rings (terraces) from the bottom to the top ; go round it three times widershiru, and every time say, Open, door ! open, door .' and let me come in ! and the third time the door will open, and you may go in.' So Child Rowland drew the good claymore [Excalibar], that never struck...
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Nursery rhymes, tales and jingles. The Camden ed. Compiled by mrs. Valentine

Laura Valentine - 1874
...with terraces from the bottom to the top : go round it three times widershins,* and every time say, ' Open door, open door, and let me come in ! ' and the third time the door will open, and you may go in." Child Rowland immediately cut off the henwife's head in return for her...
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English and Scottish Ballads, 1. köide

Francis James Child - 1880
...hen-wife. Then went he three times widerihins round the green hill, crying, " Open, door! open, doorl and let me come in;" and the third time the door opened,...through a long passage, where the air was soft and AND líUIlD ELLEN. 249 agreeably warm like a May evening, as is all the air of Elfland. The light was...
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English Fairy Tales

Joseph Jacobs - 1890 - 253 lehte
...the terrace-rings from top to bottom, and he went round it three times, widershins, saying each time: Open, door ! open, door ! And let me come in. And the third time the door did open, and he went in, and it closed with a click, and Childe Rowland was left in the dark. It was...
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