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" The Englishmen, perceiving that thei within could not long continue for faute of vitaile and pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei were accustomed, nor scoured now the countrey environed as thei before had ordained. "
Joan of Arc, an epic poem - Página 78
por Robert Southey - 1798
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey

Robert Southey - 1839 - 810 páginas
...p. 38, col. 1. — Deep through the sky the hollow thunders rolled. The circumstance of the Maid's entering Orleans at midnight in a storm of thunder...within could not long continue for faute of vitaile and poudor, kepte not theii watchc so diligently as thei wer accustomed, nor scoured not tho countrey environed...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Volumen10

Robert Southey - 1845 - 800 páginas
...stretched forth hit hand from heaven to stay his course." — De Serret. * The circumstance of the Maid's thel wer accustomed, nor scoured not the countrey environed as thei before had ordained. Whtche negligence...
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The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World: From Marathon to Waterloo

Edward Shepherd Creasy - 1851 - 364 páginas
...and 0n the evening of the 26th they approached the town. In the words of the old chronicler Hall :* " The Englishmen, perceiving that thei within could...pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei were accustomed, nor scoured now the countrey environed as thei before had ordained. Whiche negligence...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Volumen1

Robert Southey - 1853
...Serres. Page 103. 1. 461. — Deep thro' the shy the hollow thunders rolTd The circumstance of the Maid's entering Orleans at midnight in a storm of thunder...historically true. " The Englishmen perceiving that the! within could not long continue for faute of vitaile and pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently...
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Joan of Arc: And Minor Poems

Robert Southey - 1854 - 469 páginas
...IluUaclitla was believed an omen of their safety." NOTE 34, PACE 74. The circumstance of the maid's entering Orleans at midnight in a storm of thunder...pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei were accustomed, nor scoured not the countrey environed as tliei belore had ordained. Whiche negligence...
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Joan of Arc: And Minor Poems

Robert Southey - 1854 - 469 páginas
...Iluixachtla was believed an omen of their safety." NOTE 34, PAGE 74. The circumstance of the maid's entering Orleans at midnight in a storm of thunder...that thei within could not long continue for faute of vitatle and pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei were accustomed, nor scoured not the...
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The Dublin Review, Volumen60

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1867
...and on tho evening of the 28th, they approached the town. In the words of the old chronicler Hall : ' The Englishmen, perceiving that thei within could not long continue for faute of viiaile and poude-r, liepte not their watche so diligently ' as thei were accustomed, nor scoured not...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir, Volumen1

Robert Southey - 1880
...rolled. The circumstance of the Maid's entering Orleans nt midnight, in a storm of thunder and lightuing, is historically true. " The Englishmen, perceiving...within could not long continue for faute of vitaile and ponder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei wer accustomed, nor scoured not the countrey environed...
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The World's Great Classics: Decisive battles of the world, by E.S. Creasy

Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne - 1899
...and on the evening of the 28th they approached the town. In the words of the old chronicler Hall :* " The Englishmen, perceiving that thei within could...pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei were accustomed, nor scoured now the countrey environed as thei before had ordained. Whiche negligence...
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The Great Battles of All Nations from Marathon to Santiago, 490 B ..., Volumen1

Archibald Wilberforce - 1899
...French, and on the evening of the 28th they approached the town. In the words of the old chronicler Hall: "The Englishmen, perceiving that thei within could...pouder, kepte not their watche so diligently as thei were accustomed, nor scoured now the countrey environed as thei before had ordained. "Whiche negligence...
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