“I come,” he shouted in a hoarse, thick voice, with a strong Breton accent, “as squire and herald from my master, who is a very valiant pursuivant-of-arms, and a liegeman to the great and powerful monarch, Charles, king of the French.

he has served his master this day even as I would wish liegeman of mine to serve me.” So saying, the prince turned his back upon the King of Spain, and springing upon his horse, rode slowly homewards to the Abbey of Saint Andrew’s.

This pastime Hereafter shall deliver to posterity My sovereign, as his liegeman; on my mistress (Ford, The Broken Heart, 5.2.118-20, 124, 131, 133, 137) When we encounter clusters of such lines, we can make an almost certain guess that their author was Ford.

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