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Illustrations taken from The Black Arrownovel by Robert Louis Stevenson

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They cannot better die than for their natural lord

They cannot better die than for their natural lord

Now, mark me, mine host

Now, mark me, mine host

They went forward as briskly as they durst on the uneven causeway

They went forward as briskly as they durst on the uneven causeway

In the fork, like a mast-headed seaman, there stood a man in a green tabard, spying far and wide

In the fork, like a mast-headed seaman, there stood a man in a green tabard, spying far and wide

Putting their mouths to the level of a starry pool, they drank their fill

Putting their mouths to the level of a starry pool, they drank their fill

a little before dawn, a spearman had come staggering to the moat side, pierced by three arrows

A little before dawn, a spearman had come staggering to the moat side, pierced by three arrows

We must be in the dungeons

We must be in the dungeons

They were now fighting above the knees in the spume

They were now fighting above the knees in the spume

The little cockle dipped into the swell

The little cockle dipped into the swell

Holding his head forward like a hunting-dog upon the scent

Holding his head forward like a hunting-dog upon the scent

First came the bride, a sorry sight, as pale as winter, clinging to Sir Daniel's arm

First came the bride, a sorry sight, as pale as winter, clinging to Sir Daniel’s arm

There were seven or eight assailants

There were seven or eight assailants

Follow that lad

Follow that lad

Be at rest, the Black Arrow flieth nevermore

Be at rest, the Black Arrow flieth nevermore

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Illustrations taken from The White Companynovel by Arthur Conan Doyle

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The Renegade Monk

The Renegade Monk

The Wrestling Match

The Wrestling Match At The Pied Merlin

 The Three Friends

The Three Friends

The Fugitives

The Fugitives

 Sailing Of Yellow Cog

Sailing Of Yellow Cog

The Three Knights

The Three Knights

Alleyne Fights on the Banks of the Garonne

Alleyne Fights on the Banks of the Garonne

 Sir Nigel Sustains England's Honor

Sir Nigel Sustains England’s Honor In The Lists

The Brushwood Folk and the Castle of Villefranche

The Brushwood Folk and the Castle of Villefranche

The Murder of Squire Ford

The Murder of Squire Ford

The White Company

The White Company

Alleyne’s Ride with a Message for the Prince

Alleyne’s Ride with a Message for the Prince

The Lovers

The Lovers

(12 – to be continued)

(more paintings)

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