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" Why, man ! do you sit thinking there, and are too proud to turn the bread ? Whatever be your family, with such manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter ? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which you neglect... "
Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founders' Kin - Page 5
by Bernard Burke - 1864 - 400 pages
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons: Comprising the History ..., Volume 1; Volume 93

Sharon Turner - 1823 - 636 pages
...your family, with such manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter ? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which...scolding, took care to bake her bread as she wished." 7 MATTHEW of Westminster's statement of the same circumstance is to the same effect. " It happened...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons: Comprising the History of ..., Volumes 1-2

Sharon Turner - 1823 - 1256 pages
...your family, with such manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter ? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which...by her scolding, took care to bake her bread as she wished."7 MATTHEW of Westminster's statement of the same circumstance is to the same effect. " It happened...
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Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Great Britain, Volume 1

Great Britain. [Appendix. - Miscellaneous.] - 1836 - 416 pages
...your family, with such manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereaftef ? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which...neglect to attend to.' The king, though stung by her upbraidingg, yet heard her with patience and mildness: and roused by her scolding, took care to bake...
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History of the Anglo-Saxons, Volume 1

Sharon Turner - 1840 - 386 pages
...nobleman, you will be glad to cat the bread which you neglect to attend to/ The king, though slung by her upbraidings, yet heard her with patience and...scolding, took care to bake her bread as she wished (2)." Matthew of Westminster's statement of the same circumstance is to, the sameeffect. "It happened...
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The Life and Times of Alfred the Great

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 458 pages
...your family, with such manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which...scolding, took care to bake her bread as she wished." This incident is not mentioned by any of the chroniclers who lived within a century before or after the...
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The Moderate Monarchy, Or Principles of the British Constitution, Described ...

Albrecht von Baron HALLER - 1849 - 388 pages
...your family, with such manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter ? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which you neglect to attend to." We will leave it to serious historians and antiquarians to search deeply into this very important matter...
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The history of the Anglo-Saxons, Volume 1

Sharon Turner - 1852 - 582 pages
...the bread which you neglect to . 1X' , attend to.' The king, though stung by her upbraid- 878ings, yet heard her with patience and mildness ; and roused...scolding, took care to bake her bread as she wished." 7 Matthew of Westminster's statement of the same circumstance is to the same effect. " It happened...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons: From the Earliest Period to the ..., Volume 1

Sharon Turner - 1852 - 580 pages
...clypobe, fair miltre bibbenbe. MSS. Vcsp. D. 14. you hereafter? If you were even a nobleman, yon CHAP. will be glad to eat the bread which you neglect to . attend to.' The king, though stung by her upbraid- 8<*ings, yet heard her with patience and mildness ; and roused by her scolding, took care...
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The History of Alfred the Great

Jacob Abbott - 1853
...your family, with your manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter? If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which...roused by her scolding, took care to bake her bread thereafter as she wished." There is one remaining account, which is as follows: — " It happened that...
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History of King Alfred of England

Jacob Abbott - 1876 - 282 pages
...your family, with your manners and sloth, what trust can be put in you hereafter J If you were even a nobleman, you will be glad to eat the bread which...mildness, and, roused by her scolding, took care to bake 'ier bread thereafter as she wished." There is one remaining account, which is as follows : " It happened...
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