Robin Hood And The Bishop Of Hereford

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  1. Kerg Reply
    The Bishop of Hereford was to come by, With all his company. 3 'Come, kill a venson,' said bold Robin Hood, 'Come, kill ne a good fat deer; The Bishop of Hereford is to dine with me to-day, And he shall pay well for his cheer. 4 'We'll kill a fat venson,' said bold Robin Hood, 'And dress it by the highway-side; And we will watch the Bishop.
  2. Minris Reply
    Some they will talk of bold Robin Hood, And some of barons bold;But I'll tell you how he serv'd the bishop of Herefòrd, When he robb'd him of his it befel, in merry Barnsdale, ‘All’ under the green-wood-tree,The bishop of Hereford was to come by, With all his, kill [me] a ven'son, said bold Robin Hood, Come, kill me a good fat deer,The bishop of Hereford.
  3. Keran Reply
    The original title is The Bishop of Hereford's entertainment by Robin Hood and Little John in merry Barnsdale. This was printed on broadsides and chapbooks in the s. William Chappell wrote that it was the most popular Robin Hood ballad of his time (). The earliest text in Child is from E. Cochrane's Song-Book (). This version.
  4. Nill Reply
    Robin Hood is inextricably linked with Puck, the Green Man, Robin Goodfellow and all sorts of spring celebrations, and the song is particularly potent in May. Pilgrims' Way sang Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford on their album Stand & Deliver. Lyrics Tony Rose sings Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford.
  5. Zulkishicage Reply
    The Bishop's tale is an adaptation of the robbing of a monk in the earlier Gest of Robyn Hode Several historically unpopular Bishops of Hereford have been suggested as the inspiration behind this character going from an unnamed monk to specifically being the Bishop of Appearance: 13 Century English Folklore.
  6. Vudojora Reply
    Jan 03,  · Provided to YouTube by IDOL Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford · A. L. Lloyd Bramble Briars and Beams of the Sun (Traditional English Ballads) ℗ FELLSIDE RECORDINGS LTD Released on:
  7. Nashicage Reply
    Robin Hood then drew his bugle horn from beneath his smock-frock and blew three blasts upon it, on which the Bishop and his train were instantly surrounded by sixty bowmen in Lincoln green. The Bishop was not only held up for a ransom of three hundred pounds, but was compelled to dance an undignified jig beneath this oak tree in Skelbrooke Park.
  8. Tojatilar Reply
    The Bishop of Hereford is a hard master to those who live on his lands. He is rich beyond what he should be. He uses his position in the church to change King Henry’s so he will pursue Robin Hood and wants to capture Robin Hood for revenge.

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