Ebook Description: this can be a titanic selection of nice Arthurian literature: poetry, drama and essays, written after the most canon, mostly within the 18th via to the early twentieth centuries.Table of Contents: Publisher's Preface; on the Palace Of King Lot, via Oscar Fay Adams ; The Maid's Alarm, through Oscar Fay Adams ; The Rape Of The muffins, by means of Oscar Fay Adams ; The go back From the search, by means of Oscar Fay Adams ; The imaginative and prescient Of Sir Lamoracke, by way of Oscar Fay Adams ; The Water companies, through Oscar Fay Adams ; Thomas And vivien, by way of Oscar Fay Adams ; Gawaine And Marjorie, through Oscar Fay Adams ; Pleasuance Of Maid Marian, by means of Oscar Fay Adams ; The Ballad Of Glastonbury, by means of Henry Alford ; Tristram And Iseult, through Matthew Arnold ; l. a. Mort D'arthur now not by means of Alfred Tennyson, by means of William Edmondstoune Aytoun ; Cian Of The Chariots, by means of William H. Babcock ; The Prophecy Of Merlin, by means of Anne Bannerman ; From The Diary Of Iseult Of Brittany, via Maurice Baring ; Ballade Of Tristram's final Harping, by means of Gertrude Bartlett ; Merlin's adolescence, via George Bidder ; Prince Arthur. An Heroick Poem In Ten Books: half I, by way of Richard Blackmore About the writer: Forgotten Books is a writer of historic writings, equivalent to: Philosophy, Classics, technology, faith, Esoteric and Mythology. www.forgottenbooks.orgForgotten Books is set sharing info, now not approximately earning profits. All books are priced at wholesale costs. we're additionally the single writer we all know of to print in huge sans-serif font, that is confirmed to make the textual content more uncomplicated to learn and positioned much less pressure in your eyes.
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We had learned by this time that all well regulated hotels in the medium sized towns, and even in some of the larger cities — as large as Bristol, for instance — have two dining rooms, one, generally for tourists, called the “coffee room,” with separate small tables, and a much larger room for “commercials,” or traveling salesmen, where all are seated together at a single table. The service is practically the same, but the ratio of charges is from two to three times higher in the coffee room. We found many old hotels in retired places where a coffee room had been hastily improvised, an innovation no doubt brought about largely by the motor car trade and the desire to give the motorist more aristocratic rates than those charged the well-posted commercials.
In the main it is unusually broad and well kept, but progress will be slow at first, as the suburbs extend a long way in this direction, and for the first twenty-five miles one can hardly be said to be out of the city at any time. Ten miles out the road passes Greenwich, where the British observatory is located, and Woolwich, the seat of the great government arsenals and gun works, is also near this point, lying directly by the river. Nearly midway between London and Rochester is the old town of Dartford, where we enjoyed the hospitality of the Bull Hotel for luncheon.
Then there is the quaint little church of St. Martins, undoubtedly one of the oldest in England, and generally reputed to be the oldest. Here, in the year 600, St. Augustine preached before the cathedral was built. Neither should St. John’s hospital, with its fine, half-timbered gateway be forgotten; nor the old grammar school, founded in the Seventh Century. Our stay in the old town was all too short, but business reasons demanded our presence in London on Monday, so we left for that city about two o’clock.