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" and I most lost of men ! " "Now, speak not so, my noble lord, my husband and my life, Unhappy never can she be that is Alarcos "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 354
1823
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 13

1823
...so,) Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow : — " I fain would sleep — I fain would sleep," — the Count Alarcos said: —...Count had barr'd the chamber doors, they ne'er were borr'd till then ; " Unhappy lady," he began, " and I rrtost lost of men !" — " Now, speak not so,...
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Ancient Spanish Ballads: Historical and Romantic

Ballads, English - 1823 - 209 pages
...them so,) Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow :— " I fain would sleep — I fain would sleep," — the Count Alarcos said :—...Unhappy lady," he began, " and I most lost of men !" — XXIV " Now, speak not so, my noble lord, my husband and my life, Unhappy never can she be that...
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Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe, Volume 3

Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi - Italian literature - 1823
...them so, Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow ; — " I fain would sleep — I fain would sleep," the Count Alarcos said ; —...that sleep was none that night within their bed.* For tres hijos que tenia, El uno era de teta, Que la Condesa lo cria, Que no queria mamar De tres amas...
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Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe, Volume 2

Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi - Italian literature - 1827
...them so, Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow ; — " I fain would sleep— I fain would sleep," the Count Alarcos said; — Alas...be sure that sleep was none that night within their bed.t * Llorando se parte el Condc Llorando sin alegria, Llorando a la Condesa Quc mas que a si la...
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Outre-mer: A Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea, Volumes 1-2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Europe - 1835
...weeps. At length they retire to their chamber. In the language of Mr. Lockhart's* translation, — They came together to the bower, where they were used...Unhappy lady," he began, " and I most lost of men !" * Ancient Spanish Ballads, Historical and Romantic. By J. G. Lockhart. These are beautiful poems,...
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Ancient Spanish Ballads: Historical and Romantic

Ballads, Spanish - 1841 - 242 pages
...them so), Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow : ' I fain would sleep—I fain would sleep,' the Count Alarcos said : Alas !...them but the little babe that was upon the breast: COUNT ALAKCOS AND THE INFANTA SOLISA. The count had barred the chamber doors—they ne'er were barred...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1842
...them so), Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow : ' I fain would sleep — I fain would sleep,' the Count Alarcos said : Alas...little babe that was upon the breast : The count had barred the chamber doors — they ne'er were barred till then ; ' Unhappy lady,' he began, ' and I...
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Ancient Spanish ballads, tr. by J.G. Lockhart

1842
...them so), Then on the board he laid his head, and out his tears did flow : ' I fain would sleep — I fain would sleep,' the Count Alarcos said : Alas...them but the little babe that was upon the breast : COUNT ALARCOS AND THE INFANTA SOLISA. The count had barred the chamber doors— they ne'er were barred...
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Outre-mer: a pilgrimage beyond the sea

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Europe - 1848 - 374 pages
...weeps. At length they retire to their chamber. In the language of Mr. Lockhart's translation, — " They came together to the bower, where they were used...little babe that was upon the breast : The count had barred the chamber-doors, — they ne'er were barred till then : ' Unhappy lady," he began, ' and I...
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Outre-mer: a pilgrimage beyond the sea. To which are added, the latest poems ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1851
...weeps. At length they retire to their chamber. In the language of Mr. Lockhart's translation, — " They came together to the bower, where they were used...little babe that was upon the breast ; The count had barred the chamber doors, — they ne'er were barred till then ; Unhappy lady,' he began, ' and I most...
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