Schriften zur Geschichte der Dichtung und Sage: Abhandlung zu den volksliedern

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Page 41 - SPRING, the sweet spring, is the year's pleasant king; Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring, Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds do sing: Cuckoo, jug-jug, pu-we, to-witta-woo...
Page 141 - Monuments pour servir à l'histoire des provinces de Namur, de Hainaut et de Luxembourg, recueillis et publiés pour la première fois par le baron de Reiffenberg, tome IV, 1846, in-4°, pp.
Page 338 - En Castilla está un castillo, que se llama Rocafrida ; al castillo llaman Roca, y á la fonte llaman Frida. El pie tenia de oro, y almenas de plata fina ; entre almena y almena está una piedra zafira ; tanto relumbra de noche como el sol á mediodía.
Page 545 - And one morning in the summer time, they were upon their couch, and Geraint lay upon the edge of it. And Enid was without sleep in the apartment which had windows of glass. And the sun shone upon the couch. And the clothes had slipped from off his arms and his breast, and he was asleep. Then she gazed upon the marvellous beauty of his appearance, and she said, "Alas, and am I the cause that these arms and this breast have lost their glory and the warlike fame which they once so richly enjoyed!
Page 520 - I'll come and gang to Carterhaugh, And ask nae leave o' thee." He's ta'en her by the milk-white hand, Among the leaves sae green ; And what they did, I cannot tell— The green leaves were between.
Page 519 - OI forbid ye, maidens a', That wear gowd on your hair, To come or gae by Carterhaugh ; For young Tamlane is there. There's nane, that gaes by Carterhaugh, But maun leave him a wad ; Either goud rings, or green mantles, Or else their maidenheid.
Page 169 - It befell, between March and May, When kind corage* beginneth to prick, When frith and fielde waxen gay. And every wight desireth her like : When lovers slepen with open eye, ^ .. As nightingales on greene tree, And sore desire that they coud fly. That they mighten with, their love be...
Page 339 - Se par lei vient Aucasins, Et il por l'amor de li Ne s'i repose un petit , Ja ne sera ses amis , N'ele s'a - mi - e.
Page 545 - ... of it. And Enid was without sleep in the apartment, which had windows of glass; * and the sun shone upon the couch. And the clothes had slipped from off his arms and his breast, and he was asleep. Then she gazed upon the marvellous beauty of his appearance, and she said, "Alas! and am I the cause that these arms and this breast have lost their glory, and the warlike fame which they once so richly enjoyed!
Page 41 - The cuckoo's a bonny bird, he whistles as he flies ; He brings us good tidings, he tells us no lies. He sucks little birds' eggs, to make his voice clear ; And never sings cuckoo 1 till summer draws near.

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