Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 4 of 8 from 1860 edition -online book

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YOUNG CHILD DYKING. See p. 29.
Translated from the Kjcempeviser, in Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, p. 335.
It was the young Child Dyring,
Wi' his mither rede did he : " I will me out ride
Sir Magnus's bride to see." His leave the page takes to-day from his master.
" Will thou thee out ride,                                     s
Sir Magnus's bride to see ? Sae beg I thee by Almighty God
Thou speed thee home to me." His leave, Ifc.
Syne answeiM young Child Dyre ;
He rode the bride to meet;                            10
The silk but and the black sendell
Hang down to his horse feet. His leave, fyc.
All rode they there, the bride-folk,
On row sae fair to see, Excepting Sir Svend Dyre,                                 is
And far about rode he. His leave, tyc.







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