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There is, too, the famous case of Mrs de Frville and the gardener Bard.

John Nevay, the bard of Forfar, was born in that town on the 28th of January 1792.

Desperate of his love, the bard now forswears for ever the company of women (Act V of the revised text).

This bard has been met with already as an imitator of Ossian.

Scarcely had the bard pronounced the last word when the hall was half filled with armed men; Niall at their head.

Of how much practical agricultural value he found the Mantuan bard, we shall never know.

Essays on Modern NovelistsWilliam Lyon Phelps

But it would only sing of the past, like a bard telling tales of the strenuous days of old.

Barbara LynnEmily J. Jenkinson

The Bard of the Dimbovitza was first published in 1891, and was soon reissued and expanded.

All men's minds were enkindled by the bard, and they drove Breas forth from the chieftainship.

I should be exceedingly sorry to think that the Bard were apt to give into the most odious of all vices.

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