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" to the mound, to sit there. And do thou," said he to the page who tended his horse, " saddle my horse well, and hasten with him to the road, and bring also my spurs with thee." And the youth did thus. And they went and sat upon the mound; and ere they... "
The Mabinogion: From the Welsh of the Llyfr Coch O Hergest (The Red Book of ... - 346 ページ
1877 - 504 ページ
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The Mabinogion, from the Llyfr coch o Hergest, and other ancient ..., 第 3 巻

Mabinogion - 1849
...settled himself in his saddle, she passed by, and there was a clear space between them. But her speed was no greater than it had been the day before. Then...the same road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. "Young man," said Pwyll, "I see the lady coming; give me my horse." And no sooner had he...

The Mabinogion: From the Llyfr Coch O Hergest, and Other Ancient ..., 第 3 巻

1849
...settled himself in his saddle, she passed by, and there was a clear space between them. But her speed was no greater than it had been the day before. Then...the same road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. "Young man," said Pwyll, "I see the lady coming; give me my horse." And no sooner had he...

The Age of Chivalry ...

Thomas Bulfinch - 1859 - 401 ページ
...of the mound ? " " Behold, lord, we arc hero," said they. " Let us go," said he, " to the mound, and sit there. And do thou," said he to the page who tended...they beheld the lady coming by the same road, and iu the same manner, and at the same pace. " Young man," said Pwyll, " I see the lady coming ; give...

The Age of Chivalry

Thomas Bulfinch - 1859 - 414 ページ
...of the mound ? " " Behold, lord, we are here," said they. " Let us go," said he, " to the mound, and sit there. And do thou," said he to the page who tended...with him to the road, and bring also my spurs with thec." And the youth did thus. And they went and sat upon the mound ; and ere they had been there but...

The Mabinogion: From the Welsh of the Llyfr Coch O Hergest (The Red Book of ...

1877 - 504 ページ
...'the gentle pace at which his horse went, he should soon overtake her. But this availed him not; so ho gave his horse the reins. And still he came no nearer...the same road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. " Young man," said Pwyll, " I see the lady coming; give me my horse." And no sooner had...

The Mabinogion, from the Welsh of the Llyfr coch o Hergest, tr., with notes ...

Mabinogion - 1877
...gentle pace at which his horse went, he should soon overtake her. But this availed him not ; so ho gave his horse the reins. And still he came no nearer...the same -road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. " Young man," said Pwyll, " I see the lady coming ; give me my horse." And no sooner had...

The boy's Mabinogion, ed. [from the tr. by lady C. Schreiber] by S. Lanier

Mabinogion - 1881
...came no nearer to her than when he went at a foot's pace. And the more he urged his horse, the farther was she from him. Yet she rode not faster than before....the same road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. "Young man," said Pwyll, "I see the lady coming : give me my horse." And no sooner had he...

The Boy's Mabinogion: Being the Earliest Welsh Tales of King Arthur in the ...

Sidney Lanier - 1881 - 361 ページ
...came no nearer to her than when he went at a foot's pace. And the more he urged his horse, the farther was she from him. Yet she rode not faster than before....the same road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. "Young man," said Pwyll, "I see the lady coming: give me my horse." And no sooner had he...

More Celtic Fairy Tales

Joseph Jacobs - 1894 - 234 ページ
...The next day they amused themselves until it was time to go to meat. And when meat was ended, Powel said, " Where are the hosts that went yesterday and...also my spurs with thee." And the youth did thus, They went and sat upon the mound. And ere they had been there but a short time, they beheld the lady...

More Celtic fairy tales, selected and ed. by J. Jacobs

Joseph Jacobs - 1894
...The next day they amused themselves until it was time to go to meat. And when meat was ended, Powel said, " Where are the hosts that went yesterday and...also my spurs with thee." And the youth did thus, They went and sat upon the mound. And ere they had been there but a short time, they beheld the lady...




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