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“A certain ecuyer, or horsedealer, belonging to the king, being one day under the hands of a barber, who happened to cut the head of a pimple on his face, he started up, and drawing his sword, wounded him desperately in the shoulder.”
“Clothed in black, half reclining on a couch, his elbows resting upon pillows, the Prince was languidly touching the chords of his guitar; he ceased this when he saw the grand ecuyer enter, and, raising his large eyes to him with an air of reproach, swayed his head to and fro for a long time without speaking.”
“It was a farm called L'Ormage that the King had fixed upon; and the court, accustomed to his ways, followed the many roads of the park, while the King slowly followed an isolated path, having at his side the grand ecuyer and four persons whom he had signed to approach him.”
“The grand ecuyer stood by himself before the fireplace, his arms folded with an air of all-absorbing reflection.”
“The grand ecuyer approved of the suggestion, and advancing toward those whom he knew to be most deeply compromised, said:”
“Fontrailles approached, and said in a low voice to the grand ecuyer:”
“Wherefore have you made me grand ecuyer, if I was not to rise higher?”
“A French author, instead of "señor escudero," would have said, "vieux ecuyer;" a Spanish transcriber would have written "Marcos de Obregon.”
“Its Norman characteristic is found in the young _ecuyer_ or squire, of Chaucer, who aspires to equal his father in station and renown; while the English type of the man-at-arms (_l'homme d'armes_) is found in their attendant yeoman, the”
“Amenzaga, lieutenant of the body-guard, and at the same time the ecuyer who had the control of her equipages.”
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