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Crooked: tordu. dagger: poignard, dague. daggers: poignards. darts: fléchettes. diminishing: diminuant. effectually: de manière efficace, de façon efficace. extremity: extrémité. girdle: ceinture, gaine. hilt: poignée. hose: tuyau, bas, durite, tuyau flexible, flexible. ingeniously: de manière ingénieuse, de façon ingénieuse, ingénieusement. inlaid: tramé, incrusté, marqueté. jointed: articulé. lance: lance. outlandish: étrange, barbare, bizarre, exotique. plumed: empanaché. projecting: projetant, en saillie, saillant.

Valleys: vallées. watered: arrosé, arrosa, arrosée, arrosai, arrosèrent, arrosés. yore: jadis. % The situation of the inferior gentry, or Franklins, as they were called, who, by the law and spirit of the English constitution, were entitled to hold themselves independent of feudal tyranny, became now unusually precarious. If, as was most generally the case, they placed themselves under the protection of any of the petty kings in their vicinity, accepted of feudal offices in his household, or bound themselves by mutual treaties of alliance and protection, to support him in his enterprises, they might indeed purchase temporary repose; but it must be with the sacrifice of that independence which was so dear to every English bosom, and at the certain hazard of being involved as a party in whatever rash expedition the ambition of their protector might lead him to undertake.

His mantle and hood were of the best Flanders cloth, and fell in ample, and not ungraceful folds, around a handsome, though somewhat corpulent person. His countenance bore as little the marks of self-denial, as his habit indicated contempt of worldly splendour. His features might have been called good, had there not lurked under the pent-house of his eye, that sly epicurean twinkle which indicates the cautious voluptuary. In other respects, his profession and situation had taught him a ready command over his countenance, which he could contract at pleasure into solemnity, although its natural expression was that of good-humoured social indulgence.

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