Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 1 of 8 from 1860 edition

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THE HORN OF KING ARTHUR.              27
Kyng Arthour lived at Karlyon, With hys cokwolds euerychon,
And made both gam and gle :
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A knyght ther was withouten les,
That seruyd at the kyngs des,                       
Syr Corneus hyght he ; He made this gest in hys gam, And named it after hys awne name,
In herpyng or other gle.
And after, nobull kyng Arthour                  ao
Lyued and dyed with honour,
As many hath don senne, Both cokwoldes and other mo : God gyfF vs grace that we may go
To heuyn ! Amen, Amen.
241, left at Skarlyon. 243, Three lines omitted in MS.







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