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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Death of KingJohn. 3. Bedd Gelert, a Welsh Legend of the Valley and the Tomb. 4. 'The Three Knights of Camelott a Fairy Tale. h. The Ballad of Delora, or the Passion of Andrea Como. 6. The Elf Subscribers-only content

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    the Death of King Jchn. 3. Bedd Gelert. a Welsh Legend of the Valley and the Tomb. 4. The Three Knights of Camelott, a Fairy Tale. 5. The Ballad ot Ddlora. or the Passion of Andrea Coma. 6. Ben Capstan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to these, I think we may fairly consider the following bal- lads, which are current in England, " The Three Knights," " The Outlandish Knight," and " The West-country Wager," as altered versions of " Fine Flowers i' the Valley," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Mincing Lane, or for unworldliness in Convocation than in Rotten Row. The following account of " How the Three Knights met together at Carbopeck, and of the marvels of the Sanegreal," is painfully out of joint with times when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cance to give up his bishop for the two pawns, and Lasker won. Tchigorin v. Maabail was a Three Knights game. which at seven p.m. VW adjournd in an even position. Leading scores: Pillbutry won 8%, lost %; Lasker Subscribers-only content

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