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My son turns his back on the country that should have been his and sails for Brittany again, flying like a faintheart, leaving me here, unprotected, and clearly guilty of plotting his rebellion.
Let no faintheart come forth to me to-day nor weakling.
“Then there will be so many true men that they won’t need a faintheart like me,” says Sir Henry, and walks from the sick chamber, where Jasper’s volunteer is dying, before I can say more.
Let no faintheart come forth to me to-day nor weakling. "
"Never despair, Bartle," said Connor; "you know the ould proverb, 'a faintheart; 'however, settin' the purty crature aside, whoever she is,