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Tristrem lʹHermite or Sir Tristan lʹErmite. Provost-marshal of Louis XI. He was the main instrument in carrying into effect the nefarious schemes of his wily master, who used to call him his gossip. (1405–1493.) Sir Walter Scott introduces him in Anne of Gierstein, and again in Quentin Durward.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hermes
Hermetic Art
Hermetic Books
Hermetic Philosophy
Hermetic Powder
Hermetically Sealed
Hermia
Hermione
Hermit (The English)
Hermit
Hermite
Hermoth or Hermod
Hero
Hero and Leander
Hero Children
Heroes scratched off Church-doors
Heroic Age
Heroic Medicines
Heroic Size
Heroic Verse
Herod

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