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Bors as bow-draught; then either battle let their horse run as fast as they might.
And within a while there came one afore, that warned her that her lord was near-hand within a bow-draught.
Then King Carados and his host rode on a soft pace, till that they came as nigh King Bors as bow-draught; then either battle let their horse run as fast as they might.
Also on their left board they saw presently three head of neat cattle going, as if in a meadow of a homestead in their own land, and a few sheep; and thereafter, about a bow-draught from the river, they saw a little house of wood and straw-thatch under a wooded mound, and with orchard trees about it.
And then he might see sometime the battle was driven a bow-draught from the castle, and sometime it was at the gates of the castle.