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Text:"... Lt. Wells Hutchins, Asst to G-3. 41. Maj. John T. McEwen, Adjt 8th Brig. 42. Lt CoL James M. Lockett, 39th Inf. 43. Mr. HenryNoble Hall, War Correspondent 44. Maj. Edward S. Greenbaum, Asst Div. J. A..."
Date:1920
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Text:"...-a. 40. 1st Lt Wells Hutchins, Asst to G-3. 41. Maj. John T. McEwen, Adjt 8th Brig. 42. Lt Col. James M. Lockett, 39th Inf. 43. Mr. HenryNoble Hall, War Correspondent 44. Maj. Edward S. Greenbaum, Asst..."
Date:1920
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Text:"...THE FOURTH DIVISION ITS SERVICES AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE WORLD WAR (fathered from the Records of the Division BY CHRISTIAN A. BACH COLONEL, GENERAL STAFF, CHIEF OF STAFF FOURTH DIVISION AND HENRY..."
Date:1920
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Text:"... rhymes. I am indebted to the Rev. F. M. Yglesias, rector of Tattershall, for the tomb inscription and other details concerning it. HenryNoble MacCbacken. Yale University. Three Philosophical Poets..."
Date:Between 1450 and 1911
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Text:"...140 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. (2) The motto of the Paston family, at the earliest date at which it can be traced, agrees with that of the ladys motto in the original version of the Temple of Olas. (3..."
Publication date:Jan 1 1908
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Text:"...518 HENRYNOBLE MacCBACKEN. the boy martyr, was sometimes called Huchown ; and Mr. Bradley rejoined that Huchown was a common English name, and not merely Scotch. A few months later, Mr. Neilson..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...526 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. in Huchowns book ? Simply the letter of the emperor to Arthur, Arthurs conquest abroad, his return and death. Much has been made of the fact that the places given..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...516 HENRYNOBLE MacCBACKEN. denied all his arguments against other identifications. He accepted Amourss identification of The Awntyrs of Arthur as Huchowns Awntyrs of Gawain, but denied his arguments..."
Date:1910
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Text:".... vnto. 19. all so fast. 20. Men shall wepe that shall se. 21. A, dere son! 22. my. 23. sokid. 24. his. 25. dide wrappe. 26. Be so naylid. HenryNoble MacCbacken. Weitees with New Ideas. To the Editors..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...598 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. When Henry IV married Joan of Navarre, this young knight kepte joustes for the. Queenes part ageynst alle other commers. At the battle of Shrewsbury (1403), he behaved..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...534 HENRYNOBLE MacCKACKEN. Neilson would have him the author of the Wynner and Wastour ; but the evidence he relies upon, metrical and linguistical, is absolutely nil, and we need not trouble..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...138 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. After praising his handsome form in conventional terms the poet calls him, 559. like to ben a man And erwithal as I reherse can Of face and chere Je most gracious..."
Publication date:Jan 1 1908
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Text:"... public act in the last public meeting * for the organization and success of the American Colonization Society. HenryNoble Sherwood, Ph.D. State Normal School, La Crosse, Wis. Robert Ralston Richard Rush..."
Date:1917
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Text:"...514 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. The Awntyrs of Arthur was brought up in a volume of Scottish alliterative poems from the Scottish Text Society in 1897, where Mr. Amours contended that there was strong..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...600 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. But the following extract from another source •will not be unwelcome, I think, as a brilliant picture of a typical scene in the revival of chivalry in the fifteenth..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...520 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. later in 1902 published through the publishers to the University his complete story of Huchown of the Awle Ryale, the Alliterative Poet. As a far-off echo..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...522 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. tered and is common in alliterative poetry. I cite the Destruction of Troy 3. 8. 81. The next word, herbergage, is too common to attract attention. Trayle, the last word..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...136 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. (23) For whome he wryte)e in good aventure Sanz plus vous belle 1 perpetually tendure. Jacqueline is referred to by name, but Humphrey is not. The poem, like the Temple..."
Publication date:Jan 1 1908
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Text:"...510 HENRYNOBLE MacCRACKEN. Qwhar Jat he callit hym emperoure, He had ma grewit be cadence {an had relewit e sentence. Ane emperoure, in propyrte, A commawndour sulde callit be ; Lucyus swylk micht..."
Date:1910