Sir Lamorak saw there was none other bote, but fast armed him, and took his horse and rode his way making great sorrow.
Wun I blow 'pon me ho'n dun you blow 'pon you' ho'n fer answer me; me blow, you blow, dun we bote blow.'
The reading that bote none here come is nonsense, and expresses the converse of what is meant.
In Specimens it is taken to mean, therefrom neuer again cometh help, but of should be after bote for that sense, comp.
We were many caryed in a bote frome Calys shore to go to the shyppe.
Started at larst very suddent, causin the bote for to lurch vilently and knockin me orf from my pins.
bote he is dem young faller bane goin' 'round hare dees two, t'ree days, lukin' lak preacher out of a yob.
I weel be here to-night before you are arrive, and I weel do it very fast, and so like—bote you know how well I can copy.
Mr. Bram Stoker's plot is a bote surprise, and yet a most simple and natural story.
In 48/314, cume to bote has a more general sense of, find pardon.