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Ivanhoe - Penn State University

Ivanhoe - Penn State University

Ivanhoe - Penn State

Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication

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  • Page 12 and 13: CHAPTER II A Monk there was, a fayr
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  • Page 28 and 29: Ivanhoe —Ah, Wilfred, Wilfred!”
  • Page 30 and 31: Ivanhoe Cedric darted at the forwar
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  • Page 38 and 39: CHAPTER V Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath
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    Ivanhoe seized upon the Jew at this

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    sonable hours.” Ivanhoe “To say

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    Ivanhoe example in all acts of tyra

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    Ivanhoe happy Christian who stands

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    CHAPTER VII Knights, with a long re

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    Ivanhoe for the martial display whi

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    Ivanhoe this seat of honour was des

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    Ivanhoe perhaps, even rejoicing in

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    Ivanhoe more conspicuous. The feath

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    Ivanhoe The blood rushed into the c

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    Ivanhoe and himself receiving as mu

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    Ivanhoe The Prince acquiesced, howe

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    souls are with the saints, we trust

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    Ivanhoe attaint,* that is, in strik

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    Ivanhoe of his spear the shield of

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    Ivanhoe not have been unhorsed. As

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    Ivanhoe knightly courtesy, declined

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    Ivanhoe But the Disinherited Knight

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    ising beauties of the age. Ivanhoe

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    Ivanhoe fortune, not perfectly to u

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    Ivanhoe The same acclamations were

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    Ivanhoe dresses, each of whom led h

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    Ivanhoe for the horse and arms with

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    Ivanhoe So saying, he resumed his d

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    Ivanhoe “And I say,” replied Gu

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    Ivanhoe Restore to thy master that

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    Ivanhoe therefore, the beams of the

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    Ivanhoe is little less miraculous t

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    Ivanhoe Gurth, whose temper was ste

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    CHAPTER XII The heralds left their

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    Ivanhoe obedience to a hint from hi

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    Ivanhoe and William de Wyvil, with

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    Ivanhoe sion, that, during the earl

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    Ivanhoe but ere the blow could desc

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    Ivanhoe While the trumpets sounded,

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    Ivanhoe “Front-de-Boeuf must prep

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    Ivanhoe “From foreign parts, my l

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    Ivanhoe “Then, Locksley,” said

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    shall be the worse for thee!” Iva

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    Ivanhoe attention so easily, had no

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    Ivanhoe appointment, without resent

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    Ivanhoe The topics were treated wit

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    Ivanhoe had received, “Whatever,

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    Ivanhoe Having enjoyed his triumph

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    Ivanhoe domains. The leaders of the

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    Ivanhoe terest? Come, Fitzurse, we

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    Ivanhoe “He is a Templar,” said

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    Ivanhoe mistress to meditate upon,

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    attention and gain admittance. Ivan

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    Ivanhoe lowed me the use of these a

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    Ivanhoe of the ignorant laity, are

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    Ivanhoe that that same honest keepe

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    Ivanhoe thou shalt be welcome to a

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    THE CRUSADER’S RETURN. 1. High de

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    Ivanhoe Dunstan knew, as well as an

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    Ivanhoe taught me to say, when impe

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    the gentle, I know no voice, save h

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    Ivanhoe of his faithful adherent in

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    Ivanhoe leading part of Cedric’s

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    Ivanhoe cursed the tournament, and

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    Ivanhoe dost list, ask neither aid

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    Ivanhoe once, with an impetuosity t

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    Ivanhoe recognise Locksley the yeom

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    Ivanhoe Upon hearing the sound of f

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    Ivanhoe under cover of which he rem

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    Ivanhoe “I should in that case ho

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    Ivanhoe “Come on, Jack Priest,”

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    captives as lovely as thine own.”

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    Ivanhoe fered them, of which none b

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    Ivanhoe flict, in which, after disp

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    Ivanhoe eight days after our libera

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    Ivanhoe them; so that no aggression

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    Ivanhoe mand?—Who ever heard, eve

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    Ivanhoe exhibited the same cold, ha

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    Ivanhoe “Take all that you have a

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    Ivanhoe Saxon heiress; and here she

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    Ivanhoe “Courtesy of tongue,” s

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    Ivanhoe open, let the leech but giv

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    Ivanhoe any money, threw them into

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    Ivanhoe guess—Bright eyes, black

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    Ivanhoe present situation required

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    Ivanhoe wealth?—We can have nough

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    Ivanhoe As she spoke this, she clas

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    “and the prospects of ambition.

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    CHAPTER XXV A damn’d cramp piece

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    Ivanhoe born man, Athelstane of Con

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    Ivanhoe “Thou dost not fear,” s

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    tion of its contents. Ivanhoe plain

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    CHAPTER XXVI The hottest horse will

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    Ivanhoe which he concluded, would,

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    said Cedric, looking to the Jester.

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    Ivanhoe self from the importunities

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    Ivanhoe “I am a Saxon,” answere

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    Ivanhoe on me, Cedric—are there n

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    Ivanhoe much misery, and wilt thou

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    Ivanhoe he shall find us whole and

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    Ivanhoe his Norman neighbours, and

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    Ivanhoe “To the battlements then,

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    Ivanhoe us news from his jovial mas

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    Ivanhoe window which led to a sort

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    CHAPTER XXVIII This wandering race,

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    Ivanhoe spised people, when wounded

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    Ivanhoe yesterday and this day also

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    Ivanhoe This Rebecca had foreseen,

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    Ivanhoe “It was less of her I wou

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    the journey on the succeeding day.

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    Ivanhoe have turned sick men’s nu

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    Ivanhoe She hastened after this bri

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    Ivanhoe missed by Front-de-Boeuf. T

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    Ivanhoe whizzing of shafts and of m

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    tiles—The besieged have the bette

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    which gilds our sepulchre and embal

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    Ivanhoe field azure, displaying thu

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    Ivanhoe aid from his bull’s head

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    Ivanhoe have alleged that the Churc

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    Ivanhoe in my own breast, and in th

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    Ivanhoe same dark coast with thysel

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    pline of wars, or the attack of str

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    Ivanhoe such shelter; two were inst

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    part—Templar, thou wilt not fail

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    what will be his fate!” Ivanhoe h

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    Ivanhoe hind them, ran to tell the

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    “De Bracy! De Bracy!” he shoute

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    Ivanhoe The towering flames had now

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    Ivanhoe I am monarch—they are my

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    Ivanhoe I fight for you!—There is

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    Ivanhoe to the Black Champion, and

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    Ivanhoe your censure as he would di

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    Ivanhoe his huge partisan in one ha

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    Ivanhoe alarmed than before, “as

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    Ivanhoe silvan throne of the outlaw

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    Ivanhoe to boot,” answered the Ou

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    Ivanhoe altar at Jorvaulx, I shall

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    Ivanhoe “Friends,” said the Chi

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    Ivanhoe and sound—these will I se

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    Ivanhoe With a much worse grace tha

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    thy mind?” Ivanhoe to exercise it

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    Ivanhoe cess of their conspiracy; a

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    Ivanhoe “The Templar is fled,”

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    Ivanhoe “Who spoke of harming him

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    Ivanhoe tend me also.—Adieu, my P

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    CHAPTER XXXV Arouse the tiger of Hy

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    Ivanhoe “Nevertheless,” said Is

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    Ivanhoe octangular cross peculiar t

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    Ivanhoe from the right path to para

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    Ivanhoe me, to take our vows and to

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    Ivanhoe of King Bacchus and of my L

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    Ivanhoe the preceptory; all his ent

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    one of its most important prohibiti

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    Ivanhoe be brought to grant any. Th

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    Ivanhoe sand such frail baubles as

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    Ivanhoe the end, entered the great

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    Ivanhoe When the sounds ceased, the

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    Ivanhoe excommunicatis, and therefo

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    Ivanhoe himself. Herman was an anci

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    Ivanhoe and camphire, which they to

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    Ivanhoe the facts. The circumstance

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    Ivanhoe dost vaunt—by the honour

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    mand of a champion.” Ivanhoe her.

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    which it was couched, was expressed

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    Ivanhoe nearly, discovered that one

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    Ivanhoe self to Cordova, where thy

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    Ivanhoe our foes amaze, Forsaken Is

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    Ivanhoe eternity is short but terri

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    Ivanhoe Beaumanoir, but of which I

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    Ivanhoe “A dream,” said Rebecca

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    Ivanhoe more than is natural.—Fai

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    Ivanhoe the haughty Richard hear th

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    Ivanhoe castle of the deceased Athe

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    Ivanhoe or avert the danger; which,

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    Ivanhoe their Superior, except Fath

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    Knight and Wamba. There came three

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    Ivanhoe “Their trade, Wamba! how

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    Ivanhoe “My knightly word I pledg

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    Ivanhoe The Jester instantly made u

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    Ivanhoe “True says the proverb,

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    Ivanhoe every season; but if that d

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    Ivanhoe will you thus vex the heart

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    Ivanhoe to his government, but who

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    Ivanhoe “Such a one,” said Robi

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    Ivanhoe such funeral banquets were

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    CHAPTER XLII I find them winding of

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    Ivanhoe to be desecrated, if handle

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    Ivanhoe demeanour was serious, but

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    Ivanhoe has been passed to a Norman

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    Ivanhoe “Ay but, by the rood of B

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    Ivanhoe prevent my being recognised

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    Ivanhoe that Ivanhoe had disappeare

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    Ivanhoe arranged around a stake, de

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    Ivanhoe “That’s a lie, and a lo

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    arms folded, and looks bent upon th

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    Ivanhoe deliverer; and when such ut

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    Ivanhoe edly he presented himself i

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    Ivanhoe He descended into the lists

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    Ivanhoe spiracy against the King of

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    Ivanhoe provided, transported her s

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    Ivanhoe nacy of Cedric sunk beneath

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    Ivanhoe than concealing the eleganc

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    dare not accept a gift of such cons

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    Ivanhoe The disabling dogs, which m

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    NOTE TO CHAPTER XXI. Note D.—Batt

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    Ivanhoe Bannatyne, secretary to Joh

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    Ivanhoe pain. The famous King of Ca

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    Ivanhoe hacquebute blasted his shou

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    NOTE TO CHAPTER XXXII Note G.—Ric

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    Ivanhoe mode of architecture, which

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    Ivanhoe which access is gained from

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    Ivanhoe Gough’s Edition Of Camden

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    Ivanhoe external qualities necessar

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    Ivanhoe referred, as expressing aut

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    Ivanhoe ing-match in Sherwood Fores

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    Ivanhoe requite his hospitality, an

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    Ivanhoe common readers of romance,

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    Ivanhoe Admitting (as I could not d

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    Ivanhoe gether insurmountable. The

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    Ivanhoe us, or which, arising out o

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    Ivanhoe It is true, that this licen

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    Ivanhoe of the heather, upon a moor

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