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"herman two" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"herman two" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"I did to the king your father or to you that you will give me license to depart from you and to set myself there as i may accomplish my vow the prince accorded to his desire and said sir james god give you this day that grace to be the best night of all other and so took him by the hand. Then the night departed from the prince and went to the foremost front of all the battles all only accompanied with four squires. Who promised not to fail him. This lord james was a right sage in a valiant night and by him was much of the host ordained and govern the day before the sir james was in front of the battle ready to fight with the battle of the marshals of france in likewise the lord eustis dobrich accord did his pain to be one of the foremost to set on when sir james oddly began to set forward to his enemies it fortune to sir used as dobrich accord as ye shall hereafter ye of heard before how the al maine's in the french host were appointed to be still a horseback sir. Houston's being a horseback laid his spear in the rest and ran into the french battle and then a night of almane called the lord louis of re combs who bear a shield silver five roses gills and sir use despair. Herman's two branches of gilles. When this almane saw the lord eustis come from his company he wrote against him and they met so rudely that both nights fell to the earth. The al was hurt in the shoulder therefore he rose not so quickly as did sir eustis who when he was up and had taken his breath he came to the other night as he lay on the ground but then five other nights of almane came on him all at once and bear him to the earth and so perforce there he was taken prisoner and brought to the earl of nassau who was then took not heat of him and i cannot say whether they swear him prisoner or no but they tied him to a chair in there let him stand then. The battle began on all parts and the battles of the marshals of france approached and they set forth that were appointed to break the array of the archers. They entered a into the way where the great hedges were on. both sides. set full of archer's as soon as the men of arms entered the archers began to shoot on both sides and did sleigh and heard horses and nights so that the horses when they felt the sharp arrows they would no wise go forward but drew a back and flying and took on so fiercely that many of them fell on their masters so that for press they could not rise again in so much that the marshalls battle could never come at the prince certain knights and squires that were well horsed passed through the archers and thought to approach to the prince but they could not the lord james oddly with his four squires was in the front of that battle and their did marvels in arms and by great prowess he came and fought with sir. Arnold arnaldo durham under his own banner. And there they fought long. Together and sir arnold was there sore handled. The battle of the marshalls began to disorder by reason of the shot of the archers with the aid of the men of arms who came in among them and slew of them and did what they list. And there was the lord arnold dough. Durham taken prisoner by other men than by sir james oddly or by his four squires for that day he never took prisoner but always fought and went on his enemies also on the french party. The lord john clermont fought under his own banner. As long as he could endure but there he was beaten down and could not be relieved or ransomed but was slain without mercy. Some said it was because of the words that he had the day before to sir. John john does so within a short space the marshalls battles were discomfited for. They fell one upon another and could not go forth and the frenchman that were behind and could not get forward recalled back and came on the battle of the duke of normandy the which was great and thick and were afoot but a non. They began to open behind for when they knew that the marshalls battle was discomfited. They took their horses and departed. He that might best also. They saw route of englishman coming down a little mountain a horseback and many archers with them who break in on the side of the dukes battle true to say the archers did their company that day great advantage for they shot so thick that the was not on what side to take heed and little and little the englishman one ground on them and when the men of arms of england saw that the marshalls battle was discomfited. And at the duke's battle began to disorder and open. They left then on their horses the which they had ready by them then. They assembled together and cried. Saint george guyenne. And the lord john doe said to the prince sir. Take your horse and ride forth this journey as yours. God is this day in your hands. Get us to the french kings battle for their lethal all the sore of the matter i think fairly by his valionis he will not fly. I trust we shall have him by the grace of god and saint george so he be well fought with all and sir. I heard you say that this day. I should see you a good night. The prince said let us go forth. He shall not see me this day. Return back and said advanced. Banner in the name of god and of saint george. The night that barrett it did his commandment there was then a sore battle and a perilous and many a man overthrown and he that was once down could not be relieved again without great sucker in aid as the prince road and entered in among his enemies. He saw on his right hand in a little bush. lying dead. the lord robert of durham and his banner by him and a ten or twelve of his men about him then. The prince said to two of his squires into three. Archers sirs take the body of this night on a targa and bear him to poitiers and present him from me to the cardinal of perigord and say how. I salute him by that token and this was done. The prince was informed that the cardinals men were on the field against him. The which was not pertaining to the right order of arms for men of the church that come and go with for treaty of peace ought not by reason to bear harness nor to fight for neither of the parties they ought to be indifferent and because these men had done so the prince was displeased with the cardinal and therefore he sent unto him his nephew the lord robert of duress dead and the chatelain of an post was taken and the prince would have had his head stricken off because he was pertaining to the cardinal but then the lord tondo said sir suffer for a season intend to a greater matter and per adventure the cardinal will make such excuse that ye shall be content then the prince and his company dressed them. On the battle of the duke of athens constable of france there was many a man slain and cast to the earth as the frenchman fought in companies they cried mountjoy saint denny and the englishman saint george guyane annan. The prince with his company met with the battle of al. Where of the earl of. Sarah brick the earl nasa in the earl night of were captains but in a short space. They were put to flight. The archers shot so holy together that none durst come in their dangers. They slew many man. That could not come to no ransom. These three earls was there slain and divers other knights and squires of their company and there was the lord dobrich accord rescued by his own men and set on horseback and after he did that day many feats of arms and took good prisoners. When the duke of normandy's battle saw the prince approach they thought to save themselves. And so the duke. And the kings children the earl of poitiers and the earl of terrain who were right young believed their governors and so departed from the field and with a more than eight hundred spears. That strike no stroke that day. How the lord gonchar dangle. And the lord. John of saint trae. Who were with the earl of poitiers would not fly but entered into the thickest press of the battle the kings three sons took the way to show vinnie and the lower john of land is and the lord dabbled avadanei. Who were set to await on the duke of normandy. When they had brought the duke along league from the battle then they took leave of the duke and desired the lord of saint venant that he should not leave the duke but to bring him in safeguard whereby he should win more. Thank of the king than to abide still in the field. Then they met also the duke of orleans and a great company with him who were are also departed from the field with clear hands. There were many good knights and squires. Though that their masters departed from the field yet they had rather a died than to have had any reproach then. The kings battle came on the englishman. There was a sore fight and many a great stroke given and received the king and his youngest son met with the battle of the english marshals. The earl of warwick in the earl of suffolk and with them of gascons the capital of book the lord of palmiers the lord ameri of tastes the lord of musi dan. The lord of language in the lord dill latro to the french party. There came time enough. The lord john of land is and the lord avadanei. They alighted afoot in went into the king's.

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"herman two" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"herman two" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We've got a great stadium because we've got great resources because we've got Five star Four star players that we just Sprinkle a little magical fairy dust and all of sudden, we're really good football team. You know, Winning is hard and winning takes work and when he takes perseverance when he takes grit when he takes great teamwork in great leaders and great teammates and an awesome culture. And those are all the things that we're working on to make sure that we put ourselves in position to be as successful as we can be, not even just for the short term, but for the long term. Winning is hard, you know, winning his heart. Is that the culture problem that Texas has allegedly that because hold on, put the brakes on. Yeah, first you have to. We have to deal with what was just said the magic dust. Now I've been reading about this. I haven't heard about it all day, and everybody's like, Oh, no. A magic fairy dust reference. A Winning is hard references. This Herman two point Oh, That was his famous. You know what? Winning his heart now hold on a second after hearing that you're back in because beetle is that Jedi level trolling from coach Steve because he said it back to back those two buzzwords that pissed off so many Texas fans over the years. That had been said by the previous coach was that on purpose that needs to be the question I what you think it was. You think he's throwing? I don't pay as much attention to these things. As you do. Now that you're saying that I'm like, Wow, that would be that would be next level. He would. He's given me Sark bumps. Oh, my God. I was afraid that he told bumps. You got trolled Start troll bump. Yeah, I was afraid when I actually heard the audio that it was going to be like Ernest, or, you know, it was like man. Guys winning his hard just going to go one and no verse. Louisiana Lafayette 83605. 90 is now I believe he's shall I level trauma tirr e ALS Coach Steve Jetty level trolling Tom Herman Herman 1283605 19 Were that guy want to hear from you on this as well should opponents putting the horns down? In a celebratory fashion. Be a penalty. Should that be a penalty? 51283605 90 sports talk back in a second ed here for my friend, Clear choice Dental Implant Center of Austin. I want to talk about something that some people don't like to talk about. If you have failing or bad teeth..

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