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The Death Of Sir James, Lord Of Douglas

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"Men may weill wyt, thouch nane thaim tell,
How angry for sorow, and how fell,
Is to tyne sic a Lord as he
To thaim that war off hys mengye.’

- Barbour's Bruce, B. XX. i. 507.


Where rich Seville's proud turrets rise
A foreign ship at anchor lies;
The pennons, floating in the air,
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Dr Antony Theodore 12 September 2019
But let us forward to the fight, And God protect the Christian right! " To whom Alphonso—" Scottish lord, That now for Spain cost draw that sword, very good poem illustrating facts. tony
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