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" For the benefit of his soul, then, which he studied to promote in all things from the first flower of his youth, he directed through all his hereditary dominions, that one poor man in ten, either native or foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink,... "
Memorials of King Alfred: Being Essays on the History and Antiquities of ... - Page 25
edited by - 1863 - 380 pages
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The Papal System: From Its Origin to the Present Time ; a Historical Sketch ...

William Cathcart - 1872 - 496 pages
...with meat, drink, and clothing until the day of judgment; he commanded also three hundred mancuscs to be carried to Rome for the good of his soul; to be distributed in the following manner ; a hundred mancuses in honor of St. Peter, to buy oil for the lights of his churcli on Easter eve...
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Lectures on the History of England

M. J. Guest - 1879 - 700 pages
...through all his hereditary dominions that one poor man in ten, either native or foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink, and clothing by his successors...supposing, however, that the country should still be bduibited by men and cattle, and should not become deserted." 18. The three elder of his sous were...
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Lectures on the History of England

Montague John Guest - 1879 - 622 pages
...through all his hereditary dominions that one poor man in ten, either native or foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink, and clothing by his successors until the Day of Judgment; sttpposing, however, that the country should still be inhabited by men and cattle, and should not become...
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Lectures on the History of England

M. J. Guest - 1888 - 622 pages
...through all his hereditary dominions that one poor man in ten, either native or foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink, and clothing by his successors...however, that the country should still be inhabited by men and cattle, and should not become deserted." a whole winter in the Isle of Sheppey; they brought...
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Six Old English Chronicles, of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1891 - 564 pages
...through all his hereditary dominions, that one poor man in ten, either native or foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink, and clothing, by his successors,...by men and cattle, and should not become deserted. ^ie commanded also a large sum of money, namely, three hundred mancuses, to be carried to Rome for...
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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
...through all his hereditary dominions that one poor man in ten, either native or foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink, and clothing by his successors...however, that the country should still be inhabited by men and cattle, and should not become deserted." The three elder of his sons were Ethelbald, Ethelbert,...
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The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 2

Horace Kinder Mann - 1906 - 356 pages
...Among other provisions " he commanded also a large sum of money, namely 300 mancuses, to be carried 2 to Rome for the good of his soul, to be distributed in the following manner, viz., 100 mancuses in honour of St. Peter, specially to buy oil for the lights of the church of that...
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The Political History of England: From the earliest times to the Norman ...

William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole - 1906 - 566 pages
...he ordained that throughout his dominions one man in ten, whether a native or a foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink and clothing by his successors until the Day of Judgment, always supposing " that there should still be men and cattle in the land and that the country should...
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The history of England ... to the Norman conquest

Thomas Hodgkin - 1906 - 568 pages
...he ordained that throughout his dominions one man in ten, whether a native or a foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink and clothing by his successors until the Day of Judgment, always supposing " that there should still be men and cattle in the land and that the country should...
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The History of England from the Earliest Times to the Norman Conquest

Thomas Hodgkin - 1906 - 568 pages
...he ordained that throughout his dominions one man in ten, whether a native or a foreigner, should be supplied with meat, drink and clothing by his successors until the Day of Judgment, always supposing " that there should still be men and cattle in the land and that the country should...
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