The History of the Ingenious Gentleman, Don Quixote of La Mancha ...

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Hurst, Robinson, and Company, 1822

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الصفحة 290 - The Hag. THE hag is astride This night for to ride, The devil and she together ; Through thick and through thin, Now out and then in, Though ne'er so foul be the weather. A thorn or a burr She takes for a spur ; With a lash of a bramble she rides now, Through brakes and through briars, O'er ditches and mires, She follows the spirit that guides now.
الصفحة 287 - Dirò d'Orlando in un medesmo tratto cosa non detta in prosa mai né in rima: che per amor venne in furore e matto, d'uom che si saggio era stimato prima...
الصفحة 311 - His legs are short, his hams are thick, his hoofs are black as night; Like a strong flail he holds his tail in fierceness of his might; Like something molten out of iron, or hewn from forth the rock, Harpado of Xarama stands, to bide the alcayde's shock.
الصفحة 305 - Farewell, farewell, Granada! thou city without peer! Woe, woe, thou pride of Heathendom! seven hundred years and more Have gone since first the faithful thy royal sceptre bore!
الصفحة 302 - OF HIRCANIA, in folio, which he read quite through. Yet I have heard him attribute to these extravagant fictions that unsettled turn of mind which prevented his ever fixing in any profession.
الصفحة 305 - The gardens of thy Vega, its fields and blooming bowers — Woe, woe ! I see their beauty gone and scattered all their flowers ! No reverence can he claim — the King that such a land hath lost On charger never can he ride, nor be heard among the host ; But in some dark and dismal place, where none his face may see, There, weeping and lamenting, alone that King should be.
الصفحة 304 - There was crying in Granada when the sun was going down ; Some calling on the Trinity — some calling on Mahoun. Here passed away the Koran — there in the Cross was borne — And here was heard the Christian bell — and there the Moorish horn...
الصفحة 290 - O'er ditches and mires, She follows the spirit that guides now. No beast, for his food, Dares now range the wood, But hush'd in his lair he lies lurking ; While mischiefs, by these, On land and on seas, At noon of night are a working.
الصفحة 311 - They have slipped a noose around his feet, six horses are brought in, And away they drag Harpado with a loud and joyful din. Now stoop thee, lady, from thy stand, and the ring of price bestow Upon Gazul of Algava, that hath laid Harpado low.
الصفحة 301 - Orleans ; yea, and peradventure this also, to esteem of the p — x as a pimple, to wear a velvet patch on their face, and walk melancholy with their arms folded.

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