Then said the King, `by Godys grace, Thou wert in a merry place, To shoot should thou lere When the foresters go to rest, Sometyme thou might have of the best, All of the wild deer; I wold
hold it for no scathe, Though thou hadst bow and arrows baith, Althoff thou best a Frere.
This letter gave Elizabeth some pain; but her spirits returned as she considered that Jane wold
no longer be duped, by the sister at least.
Therefore let the trumpet, if possible, split its brazen throat with a louder note than ever, and the herald summon all mortals, who, from whatever cause, have lost, or never found, their proper places in the wold
I've got a wold
silver spoon, and a wold
graven seal at home, too; but, Lord, what's a spoon and seal?
Not that there is any superabundant life of imagination on the spot, for Sir Leicester is not here (and, truly, even if he were, would not do much for it in that particular), but is in Paris with my Lady; and solitude, with dusky wings, sits brooding upon Chesney Wold.
There may be some motions of fancy among the lower animals at Chesney Wold.
Be this as it may, there is not much fancy otherwise stirring at Chesney Wold.
All this is the truth, and if I tell it to you, gentlemen, it is not to amuse you,--for you have not done me a very good turn,--but it is because I believe the best defence I can make is just to hold back nothing, but let all the wold
know how badly I have myself been served by Major Sholto, and how innocent I am of the death of his son.
Well, then, you must know," continued the young man, "this morning that famous student-shepherd called Chrysostom died, and it is rumoured that he died of love for that devil of a village girl the daughter of Guillermo the Rich, she that wanders about the wolds
here in the dress of a shepherdess.
Crowds are scattering backward, and the sky is beginning to redden over the Yorkshire wolds
Then turning to Ulysses he said, "Stranger, will you work as a servant, if I send you to the wolds
and see that you are well paid?
Glegg, who felt that Susan was getting "like the rest," and there would soon be little of the true Dodson spirit surviving except in herself, and, it might be hoped, in those nephews who supported the Dodson name on the family land, far away in the Wolds