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“And under a lynde uppon a launde · lened I a stounde ...”
“Thou arte a Normanne, Hughe, a straunger to the launde.”
“But after 1505 English interest in "the Newe founde launde" and the”
“And under a lynde upon a launde  · lened I a stounde ,”
“He looketh before him in the forest and seeth come right amidst the launde a knight, and a damsel clad in the richest robe of gold and silk that ever he had seen tofore.”
“He goeth through the forest and rideth until he draweth nigh the launde where the two knights were.”
“So far forward have they ridden that they are come to the head of a forest and see great foison of tents stretched right in the midst of a launde, and they were compassed round of a great white sheet that seemed from afar to be a long white wall with crenels, and it was a good league Welsh in length.”
“Thereupon, the knight biddeth the dwarf make set the lady forth of the pool of the spring and make her sit in a launde whereas they were to joust.”
“The King goeth to the bar whereby one entereth into the launde, and looketh to the right into a combe of the forest and seeth the chapel of”
“A knight and a damsel, whereof one was at one end of the launde and the other at the other, came thither and took the flesh and the blood, and set them in two vessels of gold.”
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