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THE HISTORY OF THE VALOROVS AND WITTIE KNIGHT-ERRANT,
DON-QVIXOTE Of the Mancha.

LONDON Printed by William {STANSBY}, for Ed. Blount and W. Barret. 1612.
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Book 4: CHAP. XXIII.
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Of the discreet contention betweene
. Don-Quixote and the Canon, with other accidents.

By this time the Canons seruingmen, which had gone to the Inne for the sumpture Mule, were returned, and making their table of a carpet, and of the greene grasse of that meadow, they sate downe vnder the shadow of the trees, and did eate there, to the end that the waineman might not lose the commoditie of the pasture, as we haue said before, and as they sate at dinner, they sodainly heard the sound of a little bell issuing from among the briars and brambles that were at hand, and instantly after they saw come out of the thic{KE}t a very faire she-Goate, whose hide wa[S] poudered {A}ll ouer with blacke, white, and browne s[P]ots: after {H}er followed a Goatheard crying vnto h[E]r, and in hi{S} language bidding her stay, or returne [A]gaine to the fould: but the fugitiue Goate all aff[R]ighted and fearefull ranne towards the company, and as it were seeking in her dumbe manner to be protected, strayed neere vnto them, then did the Goatheard arriue, and laying hold of her hornes (as if shee had beene capable of his reprehension) said vnto her. O yee wanton ape, ye spotted else, how come you to halt with me a late daies?
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