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" Concerning our land boundaries : Up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. Then is this : If a man be slain, we estimate all equally dear, English and... "
The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E. Flaherty]. - Page 95
by William Edward Flaherty - 1855
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The Life and Times of Alfred the Great

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 417 pages
...for born as for unborn, who reck of God's mercy or of ours. " First, concerning our land-boundaries : up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling-Street. " Then is this : if a man be slain, we estimate all equally...
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The Life and Times of Alfred the Great: Drawn Up from the Most Authentic ...

John Allen Giles - 1854 - 452 pages
...for born as for unborn, who reck of God's mercy or of ours. " First, concerning our land-boundaries : up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unfo its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling-Street. " Then is this : if...
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The Annals of England: An Epitome of English History, from ..., Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1855
...lower portion partly of a reddish brown. 1 ne inscription is " •£ Aelfred mec heht gewrcan" ( >*< Alfred ordered me to be made). The Saxon Chronicle...right to Bedford, and then up the Ouse into Watling Street8." By this formal cession of so large a tract, as well as the loss of what Halfdane already...
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The Annals of England: An Epitome of English History, Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1855 - 456 pages
...lower portion partly of a reddish brown. The inscription is " Ği< Aelfred mec heht gevvrcan" ( >Jf Alfred ordered me to be made). The Saxon Chronicle...right to Bedford, and then up the Ouse into Watling Street8." By this formal cession of so large a tract, as well as the loss of what Halfdane already...
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 2

Alfred (King of England) - 1858 - 684 pages
...descendants, both for born and for unborn, who of God's mercy reck or of ours. 1. First about our land-marks ; up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea ; and along the Lea unto its source ; then on right to Bedford ; then up'on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. That is then : if a man become slain,...
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The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ..., Volume 2

Alfred (King of England) - 1858 - 768 pages
...descendants, both for born and for unborn, who of God's mercy reck or of ours. 1. First about our land-marks ; up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea ; and along the Lea unto its source ; then on right to Bedford ; then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. That is then : if a man become slain,...
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Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History ...

William Stubbs - 1870 - 568 pages
...themselves and for their descendants, as well for born as for unborn, who reck of God's mercy or of ours. 1. Concerning our land boundaries : Up on the Thames,...along the Lea unto its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. Then is this : If a man be slain, we estimate all equally...
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The civil service history of England, revised and enlarged by H.A. Dobson

Frederick Avarne White - 1871
...styled Danegelt.f on his subjects. * The boundaries named in the peace of Wedmoie, as it is called, are 'up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street.' t This tax ot Danegelt (Dane-gold) waa frequently re-imposed...
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The national history of England, by E. Farr [and others].

England - 1873
...themselves and their descendants, as well as for born or unborn, who seek of God's mercy, or of GUI'S. First concerning our land boundaries : up on the Thames, and then up on the sea, and along the sea unto its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse into Watling Street."...
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The annals of England: an epitome of English history [by W.E. Flaherty ...

W. E. Flaherty - 1876 - 690 pages
...gewrcan" ( + Alfred ordered me to be made). ' The passage, however, is not improbably an interpolation. THE ANGLO-DANES. ALFRED leaves his retreat in May....established by Egbert scarcely fifty years before may be regarded as broken up. The Anglo-Danes, as they are now to be called, it is true, professed allegiance...
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