But above all he admired Reinaldos of Montalban, especially when he saw him sallying forth from his castle and robbing
everyone he met, and when beyond the seas he stole that image of Mahomet which, as his history says, was entirely of gold.
The man, who seemed a decent fellow enough, contented himself by telling him to `shut up for a foul-mouthed beggar', whereon our man accused him of robbing
him and wanting to murder him and said that he would hinder him if he were to swing for it.
And what does Mademoiselle d'Armilly say to you for robbing
her of her pupil?
41} This no doubt refers to the story told in the last poem of the Cypria about Paris and Helen robbing
Menelaus of the greater part of his treasures, when they sailed together for Troy.
Well, in my turn I advise you to keep a sharp lookout on your treasure, my dear Monsieur Groslow, for I can tell you we shall not leave this without robbing
you of it.
He bitterly reproached his people for robbing
a stranger who had confided to their honor; and commanded that whoever had taken the skins, should bring them back: declaring that, as Campbell was his guest and inmate of his lodge, he would not eat nor drink until every skin was restored to him.
It may be that I am too bound to him already, who, robbing
me, yet left me richer, so that in the mire of my life I found the pearl of price, or what I thought would be so.