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" willed, if they would live; or would keep their lands; or would hold their possessions; or would be maintained in their rights. Alas! that any man should so exalt himself, and carry himself in his pride over all! May Almighty God show mercy to his soul,... "
The venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical history of England, also the Anglo-Saxon ... - Side 463
av Bede (the venerable.) - 1847
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A Literal Translation of the Saxon Chronicle

1819 - 324 sider
...poor murmured, but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them ; they must will all that the King willed, if they would live ; or would keep their lands;...carry himself in his pride over all! May Almighty Y God shew mercy to his soul, and grant him the forgiveness of his sins I We have written concerning...
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The Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England: Also the Anglo-Saxon ...

Beda (Venerabilis) - 1847 - 515 sider
...poor murmured, but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them ; they must will all that the king willed, if they would live ; or would keep their lands...soul, and grant him the forgiveness of his sins ! We have written concerning him these things, both good and bad, that virtuous men might follow after the...
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The Bayeux Tapestry Elucidated

John Collingwood Bruce - 1856 - 166 sider
...poor murmured, but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them ; they must will all that the king willed, if they would live; or would keep their lands;...himself, and carry himself in his pride over all!"' Ingulph speaks of the entire subjugation of the English people, and of their systematic exclusion from...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and ..., Volum 12

Sussex Archaeological Society - 1860
...of them ; they must will all that the king willed, if they would live or would keep their lands .... Alas, that any man should so exalt himself, and carry himself in his pride over all !" Taking it then, that from the time of the Conquest, the rigours at least of the feudal system began,...
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English Monasticism: Its Rise and Influence

O'dell Travers Hill - 1867 - 540 sider
...William " loved the tall stags as if he were their father," and could put up the Christian prayer, " May Almighty God show mercy to his soul, and grant him the forgiveness of his sins." But in the year 1154, about eight-eight years after the Conquest, this most noble national " Chronicle...
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The childhood of the English nation, or, The beginnings of English history

Ella Sophia Armitage - 1877
...Alas ! that any man should so swell in mind, and uplift himself, and reckon himself above all men ! May Almighty God show mercy to his soul, and grant him the forgiveness of his sins. These things we have written about him, both good and evil, that men may follow after the good, and...
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English and Irish Land Questions: Collected Essays

George John Shaw Lefevre (Baron Eversley.), George Shaw-Lefevre Baron Eversley - 1881 - 272 sider
...poor murmured ; but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them. They must will all that tha King willed, if they would live or would keep their lands, or would hold their possessions or be maintained in their rights." Ordericus Vitalis, in the time of Henry I., said of that monarch, "...
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Source-book of English History: Leading Documents, Together with ...

Guy Carleton Lee - 1900 - 609 sider
...poor murmured, but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them; they must will all that the king willed, if they would live; or would keep their lands;...soul, and grant him the forgiveness of his sins! We have written concerning him these things, both good and bad, that virtuous men might follow after the...
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Source-book of English History: For the Use of Schools and Readers

Elizabeth Kimball Kendall - 1900 - 483 sider
...poor murmured, but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them; they must will all that the king willed, if they would live ; or would keep their lands...possessions ; or would be maintained in their rights. The Saxon Chronicle (translated by JA Giles, London, 1847), 460-463. 17. The Charter of Henry I (iioo)...
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Source-book of English History: For the Use of Schools and Readers

Elizabeth Kimball Kendall - 1900 - 483 sider
...poor murmured, but he was so sturdy that he recked nought of them; they must will all that the king willed, if they would live; or would keep their lands;...possessions; or would be maintained in their rights. The Saxon Chronicle (translated by JA Giles, London, 1847), 460-463. 17. The Charter of Henry I (1100)...
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