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" On such an occasion the author chanced to call to memory a rhyme recording three names of the manors forfeited by the ancestor of the celebrated Hampden, for striking the Black Prince a blow with his racket, when they quarrelled at tennis: "Tring, Wing,... "
Cavaliers and Roundheads, Or Stories of the Great Civil War - Page 54
by John George Edgar - 1881
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Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ...

Women - 1830
...Prince a blow with his racket, when they quarrelled at tennis : — • * ' Tring, Wing, and Ivanlioe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could escape so.' The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects — for, first, ii had an ancient English...
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Introductions, and Notes and Illustrations to the Novels, Tales ..., Volume 2

Walter Scott - 1833
...our ancestors fuuad in this species of gibWriih; but " I warrant it proved an excuse for the glaw." " Tring, Wing, and Ivanhoe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could escape so." The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects, — for, first, it had an ancient English...
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Bride of Lammermoor - Peveril of the peak

Sir Walter Scott - 1833
...ancestors found in this species of gibbcriah; but " I warrant it proved an excuse for the glass." " Tring, Wing, and Ivanhoe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he eoold escape so." The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects, — for, first, it...
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Ivanhoe: A Romance

Sir Walter Scott - 1836
...Black Prince a blow with his racket, when they quarrelled at tennis ;-=— " Tring, Wing, and Ivaahoe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could escape so." The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects, — for, first, it had an ancient English...
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Waverley Novels ...: Ivanhoe

Walter Scott - 1853
...Hampden, for striking the Black Prince a blow with his racket, when they quarrelled at tennis;— " Tring, Wing, and Ivanhoe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could escape so." The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects, — for, first, it had an ancient English...
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Waverley Novels: Vol. 4, Volume 4

Walter Scott - 1844 - 685 pages
...HamIxlen, for striking the Black Prince a blow with his racket, when they quarrelled at tennis ; — Tring, Wing, and Ivanhoe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could escape so. The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects, — for, first, it had an ancient English...
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The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: With a Treatise on the Popular ...

John Forster - Great Britain - 1846 - 647 pages
...thought a corroboration of it, when compared with the versions of Noble and Lysons : " Tring, Win£, and Ivanhoe, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could escape so !" Be the story true or false, however, no doubt the property of the Hampdens at this period was very...
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The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: With a Treatise on ..., Volume 1

John Forster - Great Britain - 1846
...corroboration of it, when compared with the versions of Noble and Lysons : '* Tring, Wing, and Iranhof, For striking of a blow, Hampden did forego, And glad he could eieape 10 ! " Be the story true or false, however, no doubt the property of the Hampdens at this period...
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Sartain's Union Magazine of Literature and Art, Volume 7

John Seely Hart - 1850
...Black Prince in a dispute at tennis. This surrender is commemorated in the traditionary lines "Trtag, wing and Ivanhoe For striking of a blow Hampden did forego And glad he could escape so." Notwithstanding other losses during after years, the estate to which "the patriot" succeeded was very...
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Willis's Current notes

Willis's Current notes - 1852
...Hampden for striking the Black Prince a blow with his racket when they quarrelled at tennis :— ' Tring, Wing, and Ivanhoe For striking of a blow Hampden did forego And glad he could escape so.' Adding1 — "The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects,- for first, it had an ancient...
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