There was hardly a hope, or a possibility, that any young man who should undertake this voyage would either succeed in obtaining the Golden Fleece, or would survive to return home, and tell of the perils he had run.
Go, then, and at the peril of your life, bring me back the Golden Fleece.
They must have sturdy arms to row, and brave hearts to encounter perils, or we shall never win the Golden Fleece.
There was a fair prospect that they would meet with plenty of such adventures before finding the Golden Fleece.
At last, quite wearied out, they sat themselves down on the shore exceedingly disconsolate, and thinking that the vessel must be left to rot and fall in pieces, and that they must either swim across the sea or lose the Golden Fleece.
You were created by my father a Knight of the Garter that is an order which all the kings of Europe cannot bear; by the queen regent, Knight of the Holy Ghost -- which is an order not less illustrious; I join to it that of the Golden Fleece
sent me by the king of France, to whom the king of Spain, his father-in-law, gave two on the occasion of his marriage; but in return, I have a service to ask of you.
Then arrived, two by two, with a gravity which made a contrast in the midst of the frisky ecclesiastical escort of Charles de Bourbon, the eight and forty ambassadors of Maximilian of Austria, having at their head the reverend Father in God, Jehan, Abbot of Saint-Bertin, Chancellor of the Golden Fleece
, and Jacques de Goy, Sieur Dauby, Grand Bailiff of Ghent.
Like Argus of the ancient times, We leave this modern Greece, Tum-tum, tum-tum, tum, tum, tum-tum, To shear the Golden Fleece
You will then obtain the Golden Fleece
, if you are still in the ministry.
It was immortal and was given them by their mother Nephele, and had a golden fleece
, as Hesiod and Pherecydes say.
There was his Excellency the Prince of Peterwaradin, with his Princess--a nobleman tightly girthed, with a large military chest, on which the plaque of his order shone magnificently, and wearing the red collar of the Golden Fleece
round his neck.
Bound to Thomas Curzon, hosier, Golden Fleece