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Text:"...OOWENTUDOR. that touched Owen to the heart. He endeavoured to look with less scorn and disgust at the fearful spectacles that presented themselves, but his fine nostrils lost not their dilation..."
Date:1849
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. O its utmost splendour, irradiated by the master passions of her nature - love and ambition ! Neither Hueline, nor the Chevalier Sauvage, was well aware how it happened, but the arm..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. O scattered amidst the wilds of Anglesea. Even the mediaeval antiquarian might spend as useful hours as he can at a much greater distance and expense, endeavouring to rebuild in fantasy..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. O herds and huntsmen than as an exhibition of taste or comfort in domestic architecture. But its claims, even to answer purposes so simple, seemed gone by at a period as remote..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 131 returned to renew the conflict according to his promise. Owens bitter sentiments against the monarch received an accession; he even imagined that this was done for the purpose..."
Date:1849
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Text:"... to have any reason to dread the consequences. She was coquettish and light-hearted by nature, and OwenTudor was the handsomest,..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 85 What impudent ragstafF is this? - Crook thy leg, fellow, or I will have half a dozen new joints broken in it ! said the haughty and irritated baron, staring at the messenger with his..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...196 OWENTUDOR. astonishing. The immense masses of the University, which he passed, particularly attracted his notice. He remembered, with a smile, how often he had been wearied with the regrets..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...22 OWENTUDOR. the ravages committed throughout Anglesea by the English, in their wrath at the escape of the Welsh army to those mountain fastnesses whither it was impossible for their heavy..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 23 youthful warrior at length wearied out even the wiles and patience of the mountaineers. He brought them to encounters in which he always defeated them, and the crafty policy of Henry..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 133 throughout the most successful of all their leaders ; he was old, of matured and tried sagacity. The king listened to every speaker in turn, as it seemed, with equal assent..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 163 the stout English Roys, mark you, and not of those of France, who, for carpet service, wear the lilies in their coats. Thou seest my lily is in a lions clutch - which is by heralds..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 13 evident agitation in Welsh, as he was addressed, How is it with my father, Rhys ? Why art thou here? Is he worse or - what has chanced that thou art here ? The aged snow melts fast..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...332 OWENTUDOR. He is a Burgundian ! - Sir Provost, do not believe them ! - They are all Burgundians together - they would deceive you ! shouted the furious scholar of the Sorbonne. Thou liest..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...258 OWENTUDOR. How know we but that le Feron himself is in the conspiracy, since he suffered his son to obtain possession of the keys so Hghtly? returned another. I would stand to it were it all..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 175 watched, suspected ! I can but see thee safely in the bosom of danger - and there I await thee or destruction ! It needed not all this eloquence of despair to win OwenTudor..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...276 OWENTUDOR. he made the most violent efforts to come to his assistance. But the rush of the fugitive populace, and the conflict around him, not only prevented his advance, but swept him out..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...OWENTUDOR. 263 And you, my lord, proceed at once to the Hostel of St. Pol ! said de Giac. Paris itself is not worth winning if we lose the persons of the king and princes! On to St. Pol! - We..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...64 OWENTUDOR. an expense which testified rather to his own attachment to old customs and pride than to his prudence. The great feast with which it was celebrated, at which half the island..."
Date:1849
Publication place:London, England