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" ... the hill, which rises opposite to the Castle. Hu. Ha! There it is! There is Wulfingen ! — Hail, castle of my fathers ! Hail, ye moss grown towers ! In blooming manhood I forsook you. In drooping age I now again behold you. I left these gates, accompanied... "
The Dramatic Works of Baron Kotzebue - الصفحة 19
بواسطة August von Kotzebue - 1800
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Adelaide of Wulfingen: A Tragedy in Four Acts. (Exemplifying the Barbarity ...

August von Kotzebue - 1800 - عدد الصفحات: 67
...oj the hill, which rises opposite to the Castle. Hu. Ha! There it is! There is Wulfingen !— Hal), castle of my fathers! Hail, ye moss grown towers!...wall were still the same. — There, in the shade of yonder towering oak, I, for the last time, pressed to my heart my weeping wife, and blessed the...

Otto of Wittlesbach. Dageobert. By J.M. Babo. Adelaide of Wulfingen, by A ...

1811
...age I now again behold you. I left these gates, accompanied by a hundred valiant warriors. The (words of the Saracens have slain them, and I return alone.— (Descends the hill, and, for a few moments, surveys the castle with great emotion.) — All is as I left it. No stone is broken...

The German theatre, tr. by B. Thompson, المجلد 4

1811
...age I now again behold you. I left these gates, accompanied by a hundred valiant warriors. The sword* of the Saracens have slain them, and I return alone. —(Descends the hill, and, for a few moments, surveys the castle with great emotion.) — All is as I left it. No stone is broken...




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