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" ... 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 his workers in gold and... "
The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays ... - Page 87
by Alfred (King of England) - 1852
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Before the Conquest, Or, English Worthies in the Old English Period

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1870 - 448 pages
...artificers of all kinds, his falconers, his hawkers, and dog-keepers ; built houses, majestic and admirable, beyond all the precedents of his ancestors, by his new mechanical inventions ; ordered his learned men to recite the Saxon books, and especially to learn by heart the Saxon poems,...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1872 - 554 pages
...all its branches ; to teach his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers; to build houses, majestic and good,...them; and he alone never desisted from studying, most diligently, to the best of his ability; he attended the mass and other daily services of religion;...
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The Popular History of England: An Illustrated History of Society ..., Volume 1

Charles Knight - 1874 - 560 pages
...how best to labour in their crafts. He instructed his falconers, hawkers, and dog-keepers. He built houses, majestic and good beyond all the precedents...of his ancestors, by his new mechanical inventions. Thus Asser describes his later life. But he must have learned these things experimentally, before he...
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Lectures on the History of England

M. J. Guest - 1879 - 698 pages
...all its branches ; to teach his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers, and dog-keepers ; to build houses, majestic and good,...mechanical inventions ; to recite the Saxon books (Asser, being a Welshman, always calls the English, Saxon), and especially to learn by heart the Saxon...
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The Popular History of England, Volume 1

Charles Knight - 1881 - 690 pages
...how best to labour in their crafts. He instructed his falconers, hawkers, and dog-keepers. He built houses, majestic and good beyond all the precedents...of his ancestors, by his new mechanical inventions. Thus Asser describes his later life. But he must have learned these things experimentally, before he...
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The English history readers, by the editor of the 'Universal readers'.

Marshall John and co - 1884 - 178 pages
...dog-keepers ; to teach his workers in gold, and his artificers of all kinds ; to build ships and churches ; to recite the Saxon books, and especially to learn by heart the Saxon poems, and to teach them to his children. Besides all this, he attended the daily services of religion, and was frequent...
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Six Old English Chronicles, of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1891 - 564 pages
...• its branches ; to teach 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 his ancestors, by\his new mechanical inventionsj; (fo recite the Saxon books, and especially to learn by heart the...
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A Handbook of English History Based on the Lectures of the Late M.J. Guest ...

Montague John Guest - 1894 - 656 pages
...all its branches; to teach his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers, and dog-keepers ; to build houses, majestic and good,...new mechanical inventions; to recite the Saxon books (Asser, being :i Welshman, always calls ,'/>glish, Saxon), and especially to learn by heart the Saxon...
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Educational Pamphlets 26: General Pedagogy].

1896 - 352 pages
...in all its branches; to teach his workers in gold and artificers of all kind, his falconers, hawkers and dog-keepers; to build houses, majestic and good,...them; and he alone never desisted from studying most diligently, to the best of his ability; he attended the mass and other daily services of religion;...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 1

Charles Dudley Warner - 1896 - 554 pages
...all its branches; to teach his workers in gold and artificers of all kinds, his falconers, hawkers, and dog-keepers, to build houses majestic and good,...mechanical inventions, to recite the Saxon books, and more especially to learn by heart the Saxon poems, and to make others learn them also; for he alone...
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