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" In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this present life, the invasions of the pagans, and his own daily infirmities of body, continued to carry on the government, and to exercise hunting in all its branches ; to teach... "
The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ... - Page 87
by Alfred (King of England) - 1852
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The Churchman's companion, Volume 3

1848 - 804 pages
...far too little. Asser thus describes HIS THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE. " In the meantime, the king, daring the frequent wars and other trammels of this present...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers, and dogkeepers ; to build houses, majestic and good, beyond all the precedents...
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Reading lessons for the higher classes in classical, middle and diocesan schools

William Balmbro'. Flower - 1848 - 306 pages
...he should be entirely exempted. — Hume. AURED'S THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE. IN the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...workers in gold, and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers ; to build houses, majestic and good, beyond all the precedents...
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Six Old English Chronicles

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 576 pages
...the Saxon poems, and are continually in the habit of making use of books. In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers ; to build houses, majestic and good, beyond all the precedents...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 552 pages
...the Saxon poems, and are continually in the habit of making use of books. In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers; to build houses, majestic and good, beyond all the precedents of...
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The Life and Times of Alfred the Great

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 456 pages
...grouping may excite a smile in modern readers. " In the mean time," says the biographer, " the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers, and dog-keepers, to build houses, majestic and good, beyond all the precedents...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 542 pages
...Saxon poems, and are continually in the habit of making use of books. 6 In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...carry on the government, and to exercise hunting in allots branches ; to teach his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers...
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 1

Alfred (King of England) - 1858 - 598 pages
...the Saxon poems, and are continually in the habit of making use of books. In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers ; to build houses majestic and good, beyond all the precedents of...
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Memorials of King Alfred: Being Essays on the History and Antiquities of ...

John Allen Giles - 1863 - 428 pages
...the Saxon poems, and are continually in the habit of making use of books. In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers ; to build houses majestic and good, beyond all the precedents of...
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Alfred the Great

Thomas Hughes - 1869 - 362 pages
...of any other invention of his. Asser, in a passage which sums up his everyday mode of life, says : " During the frequent wars and other trammels of this...the Pagans, and his own daily infirmities of body, he continued to carry on the government, and to exercise hunting in all its branches ; to teach his...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1872 - 554 pages
...the Saxon poems, and are continually in the habit of making use of books. In the meantime, the king, during the frequent wars and other trammels of this...his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers; to build houses, majestic and good, beyond all the precedents of...
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