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" Loke then said, that his art consisted in eating more than any other man in the world, and that he would challenge any one at that kind of combat. ' It must, indeed, be owned,' replied the king, ' that you are not wanting in dexterity, if you are able... "
Northern antiquities: or, A description of the manners, customs, religion ... - Page 124
by Paul Henri Mallet, Johan Göransson, Thomas Percy - 1770
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Northern Antiquities: Or, A Description of the Manners, Customs, Religion ...

Paul Henri Mallet - Scandinavia - 1770
...other man in the world, and that he would challenge any one at that kind of combat. It muft indeed indeed be owned, replied the king, that you are not...his courtiers who was fitting on a fide-bench, and whofe name was Loge (ie Flame) to come forward, and try his fkill with Loke in the art they were fpeaking...
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Northern Antiquities : Or, A Description of the Manners, Customs, Religion ...

Thomas Percy, Paul Henri Mallet - Danes - 1809
...'and excel in ij all other mea LpKE then faid, J'hat his art confifted in eating more than any othej: man in the world, and that he would challenge any...dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promife. At the lame time he ordered ope of his courtiers who was fitting on a fide-bench, and whofe name was...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Scandinavia

Edward Daniel Clarke - Europe - 1824
...any other man in the world, and that he would challenge any one at that kind of combat. — ' It must indeed be owned,' replied the King, ' that you are...in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise.' At tbe same time he ordered one of bis courtiers who was sitting on a tide-bench, and whose...
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Travels in Various Countries of Scandinavia: Including Denmark ..., Volume 3

Edward Daniel Clarke - Scandinavia - 1838
...challenge any one at that kind of combat — ' It must indeed be owned,' replied the King, ' that you ar* not wanting in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise.' At the same time he ordered one of bis courtiers who was sitting on • side-bench, and whose...
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The Poets and Poetry of Europe: With Introductions and Biographical Notices

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - English poetry - 1845 - 779 pages
...any other man in the world, and that he would challenge any one at that kind of combat. ' It must, indeed, be owned,' replied the king, ' that you are...in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise. Come, then, let us put it to the proof At the same time he ordered one of his courtiers, who...
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The poets and poetry of Europe, with intr. and biogr. notices, by H.W ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1871
...challenge any one at that kind of combat. ' It must, indeed, be owned,' replied the king, 'that jou are not wanting in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise. Come, then, let us put it to the proof At the same time he ordered one of his courtiers, who...
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The Poets and Poetry of Europe

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Cornelius Conway Felton - English poetry - 1871 - 916 pages
...challenge any one at that kind of combat. ' It must, indeed, be owned,' replied the king, 'that \ou are not wanting in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise. Come, then, let us put it to the proof.' At the same time he ordered one of his courtiers,...
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Folk-lore and Legends: Scandinavian

Legends - 1891 - 192 pages
...and of that I am ready to give proof if there is here any one who will compete with me." "It must, indeed, be owned," replied the king, "that you are not wanting in dexterity, if you are able to do what you say. Come, let us test it." Then he ordered one of his followers who was sitting at the...
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The Masterpieces and the History of Literature: Analysis ..., Volume 2

Julian Hawthorne - Literature - 1906
...any other man in the world, and that he would challenge any one at that kind of combat. " It must, indeed, be owned," replied the king, ' ' that you...in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise. Come, then, let us put it to the proof." At the same time he ordered one of his courtiers,...
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The World's Progress: With Illustrative Texts from Masterpieces of ..., Volume 5

Civilization - 1911
...any other man in the world, and that he would challenge any one at that kind of combat. " It must, indeed, be owned," replied the king, "that you are...in dexterity, if you are able to perform what you promise. Come, then, let us put it to the proof." At the same time he ordered one of his courtiers,...
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