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" Among other things is not to be forgotten the good peace that he made in this land, so that a man who had any confidence in himself might go over his realm, with his bosom full of gold, unhurt. "
The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The chronicle of Florence of Worcester, with a ... - Page 134
by Anglo-Saxon chronicle, Florentius (Wigorniensis.) - 1853
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 91

1862
...and thanes into prison, and at last he spared not his own brother Odo. Among other things is not to be forgotten the good peace that he made in this land, so that a man who had any confidence in himself might go over his realm, with his bosom full of gold, unhurt. . ....
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 8

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1823
...man in this land, him he confined in prison. " But amongst other things is not to be forgotten, that good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man of any account might go over his kingdom unhurt with his bosom full of gold. No man durst stay another,...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1823
...man in this land, him rie confined in prison. " But amongst other things is not to be forgotten, that good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man of any account might go over his kingdom unhurt with his bosom full of gold. No man durst stay another,...
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Miscellanea historica et critica, Volume 5

1823
...man in this land, him he confined in prison. " But amongst other things is not to be forgotten, that good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man of any account might go over his kingdom unhurt with his bosom full of gold. No man durst stay another,...
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The History of Ireland: Commencing with Its Earliest Period, to ..., Volume 1

Thomas Moore - Ireland - 1843
...Conqueror's time, a similar romantic account is given. " Amongst other things, i< not to be forgotten that good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man of any account might go over his kingdom unhurt, wtlh hii bosom full of gold."— Saxon dtrmielt. A storm,...
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Our Ancient Parishes, Or a Lecture on "Quatford, Morville & Aston Eyre 800 ...

George Leigh Wasey - Bridgnorth (England) - 1859 - 99 pages
...iron rule he exercised, we read the following in the same chronicle under the year 1087. " Amongst other matters, this must by no means be forgotten;...man dared to slay another, how great soever the evil he had done to the other." " Truly in his time men had much labour and very many sorrows. He caused...
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: According to the ..., Volume 2; Volume 23, Part 2

Benjamin Thorpe - Great Britain - 1861
...then was he the most powerful in this land: and him he set in prison. Among other things is not to be forgotten the good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man 'who had any confidence in himself might go over his realm, with his bosom full of gold, unhurt. Nor...
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Scotland Under Her Early Kings: A History of the Kingdom to the ..., Volume 2

Eben William Robertson - Scotland - 1862
...said about right law, the more illegalities were done. . . . Amongst other things, however, is not to be forgotten the good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man who had any confidence in himself might go over his realm, with his bosom full of gold, unhurt. Nor...
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Scotland Under Her Early Kings: A History of the Kingdom to the ..., Volume 2

Eben William Robertson - Scotland - 1862
...suid about right law, the more illegalitics were done. . . . Amongst other things, however, is not to be forgotten the good peace that he made in this land ; so that a man who had any confidence in himself might go over his realm, with his bosom full of gold, unhurt. Nor...
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The Archaeological Journal

Archaeology - 1863
...king was in Normandy, then was he the most powerful man in this land, and him William imprisoned. " Among other matters this must by no means be forgotten,...great soever the evil which he had done to the other. He reigned over England, and so entirely did he understand it by his cunning policy, that there was...
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