Origin of childe
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In 1812 the first two cantos of Childe Harold saw the light.
In Childe Harold, Byron summons dead men and dead nations from their sepulchres, and makes them live and act again.The Bridling of Pegasus|Alfred Austin
He has Childe Harold in his pocket, and the labour of learning a stanza or two by heart carries him on into Switzerland.Travelling Sketches.|Anthony Trollope
For in thy stable is a ghost, That grievouslye doth grone: Or else some woman laboures of childe, She is soe woe-begone.A Book of Ballads, Volume 3|Various
And she said, "It may well be so," but she said it so low that the Childe heard her not.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1|George Saintsbury