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Memorials of King Alfred: Being Essays on the History and Antiquities of ... - Page 102
edited by - 1863 - 380 pages
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Six Old English Chronicles

John Allen Giles, Gildas - 1848 - 546 pages
...afflicted with most severe attacks of an unknown complaint, so that he has not a moment's ease either from suffering the pain which it causes, or from the...harassed by land and sea, without any interval of quiet, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall I say of his repeated expeditions against the pagans,...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles, Gildas - 1848 - 552 pages
...afflicted with most severe attacks of an unknown complaint, so that he has not a moment's ease either from suffering the pain which it causes, or from the...harassed by land and sea, without any interval of quiet, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall I say of his repeated expeditions against the pagans,...
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 1

Alfred (King of England) - 1852 - 596 pages
...so that he had not a moment's ease either in kingly power, Soron Cjjronirle -Assrr (L-Ujflofrt - • from suffering the pain which it causes, or from the...the constant invasions of foreign nations, by which lie was continually harassed by land and sea, without any interval of rest, were a just cause of disquiet....
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 1

Alfred (King of England) - 1852 - 590 pages
...thrown over him by the fear of its coming. Moreover, the constant invasions of foreign nations, hy which he was continually harassed by land and sea,...of rest, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall 1 say of his repeated expeditions against the pagans, his wars, and incessant occupations of government?...
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 1

Alfred (King of England) - 1858 - 596 pages
...generally useful to the whole kingdom. 887 Huntingdon Simeon which was thrown over him by the fear of its coming. Moreover, the constant invasions of...his wars, and incessant occupations of government? 10 For we have also seen and read letters and various gifts sent to him from Jerusalem by Abel the...
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 1

Alfred (King of England) - 1858 - 598 pages
...not Hibernia;, IRELAND, in thupuaagv. 8S7 /lorcnrt gnntingfton which was thrown over him by the fear of its coming. Moreover, the constant invasions of...nations, by which he was continually harassed by land and sen, without any interval of rest, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall I say of his repeated...
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Before the Conquest, Or, English Worthies in the Old English Period

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1870 - 448 pages
...foreign nations, by which he was continuously harassed by land and sea, without any interval of peace, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall I say of...expeditions against the pagans, his wars, and incessant cares of government ? — of the daily embassies sent to him by foreign nations, from the Tyrrhenian...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1872 - 554 pages
...afflicted with most severe attacks of an unknown complaint, so that he has not a moment's ease either from suffering the pain which it causes, or from the...harassed by land and sea, without any interval of quiet, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall I say of his repeated expeditions against the pagans,...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles, Gildas - 1896 - 580 pages
...he has not a moment's ease either from suffering the pain which it causes, or from the gloom iwhich is thrown over him by the apprehension of its coming....harassed by land and sea, without any interval of quiet, were a just cause of disquiet. What shall I say of his repeated expeditions against the pagans,...
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Select Translations from Old English Prose, Volume 10

Albert Stanburrough Cook, Chauncey Brewster Tinker - 1908 - 312 pages
...from that malady, or nigh to despair by reason of the gloom which is occasioned by his fear of it. Moreover the constant invasions of foreign nations,...harassed by land and sea, without any interval of quiet, constituted a sufficient cause of disturbance. What shall I say of his repeated expeditions...
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