Accordingly, Arthur's assertion in his final battle attesting that "The sequel of to-day unsolders all / The goodliest
fellowship of famous knights / Whereof this world holds record" is an apposite one (The Passing of Arthur, ll.
In the 17th century, the outlook was recorded as "One of the goodliest
views of England".
Soon the ferryboat lingers close by the 800-year-old Gothic splendour of St Mary Redcliffe, which Queen Elizabeth I hailed as Othe fairest, goodliest
and most famous parish church in EnglandO and some smugglersO caves close to the dastardly pirate BlackbeardOs home.
She thought they were the goodliest
dumb creatures that she ever saw.
Following the return to Britain of two English explorers with news of "the goodliest
land under the cope of heaven" the colonists set sail for what is known today as the birthplace of English America.
Marred as he was, he seemed the goodliest
man That ever among ladies ate in hall, And noblest, when she lifted up her eyes.
John Evelyn recorded that the view from the nearby ancient British Camp was 'one of the goodliest
views in England' - which it surely is still today.
Newton had been handed a brilliant plot, just outside Malvern, on the western slopes looking over the county into Wales, dubbed 'one of the goodliest
views of England'.
person that ever came among press of knights, and thou was