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King Arthur, His Court and Knights in the Age of Chivalry, by Andrew Lang

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burned up both their shields, and they two fell to the earth in a great swoon ; but when they awakened out of it Bors saw that his brother had no harm. With that the voice spoke to him saying, ' Bors, go hence and bear your brother fellowship no longer; but take your way to the
sea, where Sir Percivale abides till you come.' Then Sir Bors prayed his brother to forgive him all he had un­knowingly done, and rode straight to the sea. On the shore he found a vessel covered with white samite, and as soon as he stepped in the vessel it set sail so fast it might have
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