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" Likewise he decreed by the hares, that they should go free. His rich < men bemoaned it, and the poor men shuddered at it. But he was so stern, that he recked not the hatred of them all; for they must follow withal the king's will, if they would live,... "
The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E. Flaherty]. - Page 186
by William Edward Flaherty - 1855
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Retrospective Review, Volume 8

1823 - 402 pages
...should go free. His rich men bemoaned it, and the poor men shuddered at it. But he was so stern, that he recked not the hatred of them all ; for they must follow withal the king's will, if they would live, or have land, or possessions, or even his peace. Alas !...
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The Retrospective Review.., Volume 8

Henry Southern - 1823 - 398 pages
...should go free. His rich men bemoaned it, and the poor men shuddered at it. But he was so stern, that he recked not the hatred of them all ; for they must follow withal the king's will, if they would live, or have land, or possessions, or even his peace. Alas !...
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The Saxon chronicle: with an English translation, and notes, critical and ...

1823 - 522 pages
...should go free. His rich men bemoaned it, and the poor men shuddered at it. But he was so stern, that he recked not the hatred of them all ; for they must follow withal the king's will, if they would live, or , have land, or possessions, or even his peace. Alas...
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Miscellanea historica et critica, Volume 5

1823 - 380 pages
...should go free. His rich men bemoaned it, and the poor men shuddered at it. But he was so stern, that he recked not the hatred of them all ; for they must follow withal the king's will, if they would live, or have land, or possessions, or even his peace. Alas !...
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Stories and studies from the chronicles and history of England, by ..., Volume 1

Anna Maria Hall - 1847 - 302 pages
...he loved withal ; his rich men bemoaned it, and the poor shuddered at it, but he was so stern that he recked not the hatred of them all ; for they must follow withal the king's will if they would live, or have land, or even peace. " But among other things is...
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The Annals of England: An Epitome of English History, from ..., Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1855 - 448 pages
...earls and bishops, and abbots and thanes. His rich men moaned, and poor men trembled ; but he wa' so stern, he recked not the hatred of them all, for they...exalt himself, and boast over all others ! May the almightv God shew mercy to his soul, and grant him forgiveness of his sins." AD 1066. William is crowned...
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A History of England, Political, Military and Social: From the Earliest ...

Benson John Lossing - 1871 - 684 pages
...his will. In his time men had many sorrows. Rich men moaned, and poor men trembled ; but he was so stern, he recked not the hatred of them all, for they must follow his will, if they would have lands or even life." CHAPTER H. REIGN OF WILLIAM THE SECOND. [AD 1087-1100.] 1. WILLIAM, the second...
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The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E ..., Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1877 - 264 pages
...earls and bishops, and abbots and thanes. His rich men moaned, and poor men trembled ; but he was so stern, he recked not the hatred of them all, for they...his soul, and grant him forgiveness of his sins." AD1066. William is crowned at Westminster, December 25', by Aldred, archbishop of York1; "and he gave...
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Our Ancestors in Europe: An Introduction to American History

Jennie Hall - 1916 - 466 pages
...eyesight. . . . His rich men bemoaned it, and the poor men shuddered at it. But he was so stern that he recked not the hatred of them all; for they must follow withal the king's will, if they would live or have land or possessions, or even his peace." To the...
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The Marches of Wessex: A Chronicle of England

Frederick Joseph Harvey Darton - 1922 - 392 pages
...they should go free. His rich men bemoaned it, and the poor shuddered at it. But he was so stern that he recked not the hatred of them all ; for they must follow withal the King's will, if they would live, or have land or possessions, or even his peace." THE ANGLO-SAXON...
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