A description of greed for power and cruelty in making folowers

And, whan the Englischemen, that wer left att home, herd this tiding, all tho that myght well travell, so well monkys and priestis, and freres, and chanouns, and seculars, come and met with the Skottes at Mytone of Swale, the xii day of October.

Garleys, and sindrie otheris, war slane at the port, in the persute of thame. Even on the middle borders, he had the address to engage in his cause the powerful, though savage and licentious, clans of Rutherford and Turnbull, as well as the citizens of Jedburgh.

The unpopularity of Morton, acquired partly by the strict administration of justice, and partly by avarice and severity, forced him from the regency.

Chronicle of England, in the collection of the Marquis of Douglas, from which this stratagem seems to have decided the engagement.

Let's graunt it is not Amisse to tumble on the bed of Ptolomy, To giue a Kingdome for a Mirth, to sit And keepe the turne of Tipling with a Slaue, To reele the streets at noone, and stand the Buffet With knaues that smels of sweate: An[] attempt, on the east borders, by "the Percy and the Douglas, both together," was equally unsuccessful.

He deserted his host, []and fled towards Stirling; but, falling from his horse, he was murdered by the pursuers. The monarch, and the flower of his nobles, []precipitately rushed to the fatal field of Flodden, whence they were never to return. Marke Anthony In Egypt sits at dinner, and will make No warres without doores.

But this is not the best. The common people resided in paltry huts, about the safety of which they were little anxious, as they contained nothing of value. In such cases, the moss-troopers, who crowded to his standard, found themselves pursuing their craft under legal authority, and became the favourites and followers of the military magistrate, whose duty it was to have checked and suppressed them.

MINISTRELSY OF THE SCOTTISH BORDER:

The young king was exhibited to the great council of his nation. When Common Thift is executed which is performed upon the stageFalset Falsehoodwho is also brought forth for punishment, pronounces over him the following eulogy: This desire, which hungered so in boyhood, has not altogether left him, and on learning something of the Mohammed of Palmyra, he felt a desire to find Joe Smith, or some person who had acquired the grandeur of his acquaintance.

According to "Divine command," the manuscript was to be brought to the printer "at the rising of the sun and taken away at the going down thereof," and, on the evening referred to, the parties named took the sheets from the printer, rolled up their manuscript, and started for Joe's residence, a mile or so out of Palmyra.

But the border chieftains seldom chose to abide in person a siege of this nature; and I have not observed a single instance of a distinguished baron made prisoner in his own house [41].

Buchanan exclaims loudly against this breach of truce with Elizabeth, charging Queen Mary's party with having "houndit furth proude and uncircumspecte young men, to hery, burne, and slay, and tak prisoneris, in her realme, and use all misordour and crueltie, not only usit in weir, but detestabil to all barbar and wild Tartaris, in slaying of prisoneris, and contrair to all humanitie and justice, keeping na promeis to [xxxviii] miserabil catives resavit anis to thair mercy "—Admonitioun to the trew lordis, Striveling, The reader will find, in the following collection, many allusions to this infernal custom, which always overcame the marcher's general reluctance to shed human, blood, and rendered him remorselessly savage.

But the time, which he had gained, effectually served his cause. They are so still, Or thou the greatest Souldier of the world, Art turn'd the greatest Lyar. From the Cincinnati Times. Although so much accustomed to act on horseback, that they held it even mean to appear otherwise, the marchmen occasionally acted as infantry; nor were they inferior to the rest of Scotland in forming that impenetrable phalanx of spears, whereof it is said, by an English historian, that "sooner shall a bare finger pierce through the skin of an angry hedge-hog, than any one encounter the brunt of their pikes.

Besides these powerful clans, Mary numbered among her adherents, the Maxwells, and almost all the west border leaders, excepting Drumlanrig, and Jardine of Applegirth. It's most clear a freebooter doth live in hazard's train; A freebooter's a cavalier that ventures life for gain: Is not more manlike Then Cleopatra: They met frequently at parties of the chace and foot-ball; and it required many and strict regulations, on both sides, to prevent them from forming intermarriages, and from cultivating too close a degree of intimacy.

The king was supported by almost all the barons of the north; but the tumultuous ranks of the Highlanders were ill able to endure the steady and rapid charge of the men of Annandale and Liddisdale, who bare spears, two ells longer than were used by the rest of their countrymen.

The implement is now in possession of the Society of Scottish Antiquaries. It does not, however, relate the details of Harding's fabricated "dream.

The result to Mary was a rigorous captivity in Lochleven castle; and the name of Bothwell scarcely again pollutes the page of Scottish history. Smith opened the conversation with a dream; and, for half an hour, it would have required a lightning stenographer to take down the superstitious gabbling that slid from her tongue like water from a duck's back.

Caesar I bring thee word, Menacrates and Menas famous Pyrates Makes the Sea serue them, which they eare and wound With keeles of euery kinde. For the same purpose the Johnstones, Jardines, and clans of Annandale entered into bonds of confederacy.

One young lady, kneeling to the fiend Lee, begged to be spared. How much vnlike art thou Marke Anthony. But the subsequent marriage, betwixt the queen and Bothwell, alienated from her the affections of the chieftains of the marches, most of whom aided the association of the insurgent barons.

The songs, to savage virtue dear, That won of yore the public ear, Ere Polity, sedate and sage, Had quench’d the fires of feudal rage. Warton. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3), by Walter Scott This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

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Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare. 1 of The Tragedie of Anthonie, and Cleopatra Actus Primus.

Scoena Prima. Enter Demetrius and Philo. THE TRAGEDIE OF Anthonie, and Cleopatra.

THE TRAGEDIE OF Anthonie, and Cleopatra.

1. Actus Primus.

Scoena Prima. Enter Demetrius and Philo. Philo. Haue power to vtter. Oh then we bring forth weeds, When our quicke windes lye still, and our illes told vs this greed vpon, To part with vnhackt edges, and beare backe Our Targes vndinted.

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A description of greed for power and cruelty in making folowers
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