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Fair knight, said he to Palomides, of me ye win no worship, for ye have seen this day that I have been travailed sore.
Then said the fiend: Thou hast travailed me greatly; now tell me what thou wilt with me.
In this, Lethington helped not a little; for he travailed to have friends in every faction of the Court.
And so she departed from Sir Percivale and left him sleeping, the which was sore travailed of his advision.
In England he had travailed for the freedom of the Earl Bothwell, and by that means obtained promise of his favour.
The most worthy servants of God that before us have travailed in this vocation have so been styled.
How much he hath laboured and travailed therein he hath sufficiently declared and showed in his acts and proceedings.
Now it was the dawn of a sorrowful day when the pains of the Lady Arjemand came strong and terrible, and she travailed in agony.
One Gentleman that hath travailed; that hath language and something of the civill Lawe.
Dr. William Kunyngham "hath wel travailed like a good souldiour agaynst the ignorant enemy."
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