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In 1539, Whyting was accused of treason, sentenced to death by Cromwell and hanged on Glastonbury Tor.
It was assumed that Gerran knew about the hows and the whys of Heissman's lost years and if this were indeed the case then he was the only man who did so for Heissman, understandably enough, never discussed his past.
whylest thus she in these hellish dens remayned,Wrapped in wretched cares and hearts vnrest,It so befell (as Fortune had ordayned)That he, which was their Capitaine profest,And had the chiefe commaund of all the rest,One day as he did all his prisoners vew,With lustfull eyes, beheld that louely guest,Faire Pastorella, whose sad mournefull hewLike the faire Morning clad in misty fog did shew.
The branch of the Big River known as Devar-Tete Whye, Eddie remembered.
These made their slow way down the Devar-Tete Whye, stopping to trade at the Callas of the Middle Crescent until their goods were gone.
The Calla, lying spread out below them beneath the cloudy sky, the Devar-Tete Whye a gray ribbon.
There was a screen with a stretch of the railroad tracks on it, and one showing the Little Whye from this side, moon-struck and beautiful.
Spray flew in the morning light as the Wolves plunged into the Whye and began galloping across on their gray horses.
We call the east branch Devar-Tete Whyethe Little Whye, you might say.
There was a screen with a stretch of the railroad tracks on it, and one showing the Little Whye from this side, moonstruck and beautiful.