Sir Walter Scott. THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL. - 18 THE LAY of THE LAST MINSTREL. [CAN Q. To v.] ... e clanging axe and hammera#39;s sound Rung from the nether lawn; : many a busy hand toiled there, ong pales to shape, and beams ... X . rgaret from hall did soon retreat, Despite the Damea#39;s reproving eye; r marked she, as she left her seat, a#39;ull many a stifled sigh. ... step and free. the dare not sign , she dare not speakDh! if one pagea#39;s slumbers break, His blood the price must pay!
|Title||:||The select poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott; comprising the lay of the last minstrel; Marmion, a tale of Flodden Field; the lady of the lake; ballads, lyrical pieces, &c|
|Author||:||Sir Walter Scott|