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Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back. Lang: - eng. London circa Hard back binding in publisher's original brown cloth covers, gilt lettering and two crossed daggers to the spine, black lettering and early Briton man to the upper panel, olivine page edges. Twelve monochrome illustrations throughout. Light message to the front free end paper, gatherings slightly loose and open, tips and corners turned-in, spine not faded or darkened. Member of the P. Robinson Books. Leather Bound. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves.
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Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Notes: Publisher's catalogue on p. I will go with you, and will do my best to persuade them; but if they insist on fighting in their own way, then we will go to them one by one, and will form if we can a body, if only a hundred strong, to keep, and if needs be, retreat together.
In speed we can outrun the heavy armed Roman soldiers with ease, but their cavalry will scour the plain. Keeping together, however, we can repel these with our lances, and make good our escape.
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We will first make for home, load ourselves with grain, and driving cattle before us, and taking our women and children, make for the swamps that lie to the northwest of our limits. There we can defend ourselves against the Romans for any length of time. I hope for victory, but I prepare for defeat; those who like to return to their homes and remain there to be slaughtered by the Romans, can do so.
I intend to fight to the last. The reply was, that they wished for their share of glory, and that did they hold aloof until the battle was done and the enemy annihilated they would be pointed out as men who had feared to take their share in the combat. When the meeting had dispersed Beric and Boduoc went among them; they said nothing about the advantage that holding together would be in case of defeat, but pointed out the honour they had gained by deciding the issue of the last battle, and begged them to remain in a solid body, so that possibly they might again decide the battle.
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As to disgrace, they had already shown how well they could fight, and that none could say that fear had influenced their decision. Altogether two hundred agreed to retain their ranks, and with this Beric was satisfied. He then went off to find his mother, who was as usual with the queen. She would not hear of any possibility of defeat.
Beric the Briton: A Story of the Roman Invasion
I would not believe it of them. The queen has sworn she will not survive defeat, nor shall I. I will not live to see my country bound in Roman chains. A free woman I have lived, and a free woman I will die, and shall gladly quit this troubled life for the shores of the Happy Island.