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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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A Short History of England

Edward Potts Cheyney - 1904 - 794 pages
...king, defining the boundaries between them as follows : " First, concerning the land boundaries : upon the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea to its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse to Watling street." 1 According to this treaty...
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A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLAND

EDWARD.P. CHEYNEY - 1904 - 880 pages
...king, defining the boundaries between them as follows : " First, concerning the land boundaries : upon the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea to its source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse to U'atling s1reet." l According to this...
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Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History ...

William Stubbs - 1905 - 606 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, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unto ite source, then right to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. Then is this: If a man...
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A Handbook in Outline of the Political History of England to 1906 ...

Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland, Cyril Ransome - 1906 - 389 pages
...ETHELWULF, 839—858 (19 YEARs). (a) Peace of Wedmore.—The boundary was to be, accordin" to the Peace, " up on the Thames and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then right to Bedford, then upon the Ouse unto Watline Street." 872. The Northmen come from Ireland and ravage Scotland....
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The First Twelve Centuries of British Story: A Slight Sketch and Criticism ...

John Wynne Jeudwine - 1912 - 510 pages
...nation, and all the people that are in East Anglia, have all ordained and with oaths confirmed." 1. " First concerning our land boundaries : up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea and along the Lea uiito its source, thence right to Bedford, thence up on the Ouse unto Watling Street" 2. In case of...
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Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History ...

Henry William Carless Davis - 1913 - 566 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,...on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then straight to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. Then is this : If a man be slain,...
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Alfred the Great: The Truth Teller, Maker of England, 848-899, Volume 10

Beatrice Adelaide Lees - 1915 - 614 pages
...felt themselves beaten It lays down the boundaries between the kingdoms of East Anglia and Wessex: "up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea to its source, then straight to Bedford, then up on the Ouse to Watling Street." Norfolk, Suffolk,...
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Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History ...

William Stubbs, Henry William Carless Davis - 1921 - 528 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,...on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then straight to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. Then is this : If a man be slain,...
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Source Problems in English History

Albert Beebe White, Wallace Notestein - 1915 - 550 pages
...10 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,...on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then straight to Bedford, then up on is the Ouse unto Watling Street. 2. Then is this: If a man be slain,...
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Analysis of the Scandinavian Loanwords in the Aldredian Glosses to the ...

Sara M. Pons Sanz - 2000 - 150 pages
...collection of Anglo-Saxon legal texts from the end of the 1 l'h century or the beginning of the 12th26: up on the Thames, and then up on the Lea, and along the Lea unto its source, then straight to Bedford, then up on the Ouse unto Watling Street. Hart (1992: 7) asserts that this boundary...
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