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the death of his father, their founder, he was seized with deep remorse, which manifested itself in severe penances. See a following Note on stanza ix, of canto v. The battle of Sauchieburn, in which James III, fell, was fought 18th June, 1488.
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Fantastic thoughts return'd;
My heart within me burn'd.
Methought an answer met my ear,
But scarce could trust my eyes,
A mounted champion risc.-
Have borne me as a knight;
I trembled with affright;
I scarce could couch it right.
XXI. " Why need my tongue the issue tell ? We ran our course, - my charger fell ; What could he 'gainst the shock of hell?
I roll'd upon the plain. High o'er my head, with threatening hand, The spectre shook his naked brand,
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