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" The latter, who composed a very numerous class, equally formed an object of foreign trade for ages after the arrival of the conqueror, who only prohibited the sale of them to infidels. But the slaves had happily departed from the land before the reign... "
An estimate of the comparative strength of Britain during the present and ... - Page 20
by George Chalmers - 1794 - 254 pages
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An Estimate of the Comparative Strength of Great Britain, During the Present ...

George Chalmers - Great Britain - 1794 - 289 pages
...cxifted in England, at the Conquefr, no free bands, or freemen, who worked for wages ; firice the (canty labour of times, warlike and uninduftrious, was wholly...Compofed a very numerous clafs, equally formed an objecl: of foreign trade, for ages after the arrival of the Conqueror, who only prohibited the fale...
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An Historical View of the Domestic Economy of G. Britain, and Ireland, from ...

George Chalmers - Great Britain - 1812 - 496 pages
...unindustrious, was wholly performed by villains, or by slaves. The latter, who composed a very numerous class, equally formed an object of foreign trade, for ages...prohibited the fale of them to infidels. * But the slaves had happily departed from the land, * Dr Henry's History of Great Britain, vol. ii. p. 479—80....
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The History and Antiquities of Somersetshire: Being a General and ..., Volume 1

William Phelps - Archaeology - 1836
...classes of persons, called in Domesday Book, villans and slaves. The latter were very numerous, and formed an object of foreign trade for ages after the...arrival of the Conqueror; who only prohibited the sale of them to infidels.s The Anglo-Saxons kept a great number of persons in a state of servitude,...
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The History of Dorchester, During the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman ...

James Savage - 1837 - 220 pages
...agriculture by the tenants in villanage, of whom we have spoken before. The Servi were very numerous, and formed an object of foreign trade for ages after the...arrival of the Conqueror, who only prohibited the sale of them to infidels. — Henry's Hist. of Gr. Britain, vol. 1, p. 479. — Chalmers's Domestic...
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The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Hammersmith: Interspersed with ...

Thomas Faulkner - Hammersmith (England) - 1839 - 446 pages
...precepts of christianity which had then gained some ground in the kingdom of the west Saxons. These slaves formed an object of Foreign trade for ages after the arrival of William I. who only prohibited the sale of them to infidels.b HISTORICAL EVENTS. — The earliest historical...
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Monthly literary register - 1840
...industrious was wholly performed by villains or by slaves. The latter, who composed a very numerous class, equally formed an object of foreign trade for ages...arrival of the conqueror, who only prohibited the sale of them to infidels. But the slaves had happily departed from the land before the reign of Henry...
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