Robin Hood and his merry foresters
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Robin Hood and his merry foresters by Joseph Cundall

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Published by Henry G. Langley, 8 Astor-House in New York .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Statementby Stephen Percy ...
ContributionsLangley, Henry G., publisher, Walker, Edward, 1804-1879, binder, Mitchell, James T. (James Tyndale), 1834-1915, former owner, Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.)
LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.R55 Cu 1844
The Physical Object
Pagination179, [1] p., [8] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25358198M
LC Control Number2012658667

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Robin Hood and His Merry Foresters [Cundall Joseph ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition). Internet Archive BookReader Robin Hood and his merry foresters. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood away from them down the forest glade. But his heart was bitterly angry, for his blood was hot and youthful and prone to boil. Now, well would it have been for him who had first spo-ken had he left Robin Hood alone; but his anger was hot, both because the youth had gotten the better of him andFile Size: 1MB. The Merry Men are the group of outlaws who follow Robin Hood in English literature and folklore. The band appears in the earliest ballads about Robin Hood and remains popular in modern adaptations.. History. The early ballads give specific names to only three companions: Little John, Much the Miller's Son, and William Scarlock or Scathelock, the Will Scarlet of later traditions.

Page 10 - In this our spacious Isle, I think there is not one, But he hath heard some talk of him and Little John ; And to the end of time, the tales shall ne'er be done, Of Scarlock, George a Green, and Much the miller's son, Of Tuck the merry friar, which many a sermon made Reviews: 1.   Stephen Percy, Robin Hood and His Merry Foresters. New York: James Miller, c. Alden 5th Floor Archives & Special Collections (Juvenile Literature Collection) PRC R62 x By Blake Hale The copy of Stephen Percy’s Robin Hood, published by James Miller around , is bound by a dark brown cloth under which lays cardboard front and back. Allan a Dale joins when Robin Hood comes up with a plan to keep his true love from marrying a knight she doesn’t love. While finding a way to marry Allan a Dale and Ellen o’ the Dale, Robin meets Friar Tuck, who also becomes one of his merry men. Robin Hood and his band rob from the rich and give a portion of what they steal to those in need. (4)The first full-length story-version of Robin Hood for children appears to be Joseph Cundall’s novel Robin Hood and his Merry Foresters. It was a fairly short book, intended for young children. The first substantial novel, for boy readers, written by John B. Marsh, came out in

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