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A quylte ful nobil lay tharon,
Richer saw he never none, &c. Here he is secreted. In the mean time, the Lord of the castle dies of his wounds, and is magnificently buried. But before the interment, the people of the castle search for fir Ywayne.
* They found. i i. e. On account of the ring. * Gates. k Never once minded, or thought, to " He still was there. strike at the bed, not seeing him there. * Understood witchcraft. | Bier.
* High chambers. Q_2 A lady
A lady folowd white so mylk,
* Early. Soon.
A damisel come unto me,
In Morte Arthu R, fir Launcelot going into a nunnery is unarmed in the abbess's chamber. B. xiii. ch. i. In MoR Te ARTH U R, fir Galahad is disarmed, and cloathed “ in a cote of red sendall and a “mantell surred with fyne ERMY Nes, &c.” B. xiii. ch. i. In the British LAY or romance, of LAUN v Al (MSS. Cott. VesPAs. B. 14. 1.) we have,
Un cher mantel de BLAN che ERMINE,
There is a statute, made in 1337, prohi
a Lovelier lived.
biting any under Iool. per annum, to wear
—Martens goode been her marchandie,
Hertes hides, and other of venerie,
Skinnes of otter, squirrell, and Irish hare;
Of sheepe, lambe, and foxe, is her chaf-
See Hacklvyt's Volaces, Vol. i. p. 199.
h Would. * Lodged,