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" The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to the most powerful, who amassed fortunes, by either seizing on their property, or by selling their persons into foreign countries... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Pagina 475
1857
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - 1847 - 544 pagina’s
...matins and masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers, amid the blandishments of their wives. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...to revelling, than to the accumulation of wealth. There was one custom, repugnant to nature, which they adopted; namely, to sell their female servants,...
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On the State of Man Subsequent to the Promulgation of Christianity, Deel 3

Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1852
...an object of wonder and astonishment. . . . The nobles were given up to luxury and wantonness . . . the commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...property, or by selling their persons into foreign parts. . . . There was, moreover, one custom repugnant to nature which they adopted, namely, to sell...
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Two prize essays on juvenile deliquency, by M. Hill and C.F. Cornwallis

Micaiah Hill - 1853
...the state of England at the Norman conquest. The chronicler of the times shall tell his own tale. " The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...amassed fortunes by either seizing on their property, or selling their persons into foreign countries. There was one custom repugnant to nature which they adopted,...
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Two Prize Essays on Juvenile Delinquency

Micaiah Hill, Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1853 - 431 pagina’s
...the state of England at the Norman conquest. The chronicler of the times shall tell his own tale. " The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...amassed fortunes by either seizing on their property, or selling their persons into foreign countries. There was one custom repugnant to nature which they adopted,...
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The history of the kings of England and the Modern history ..., Volume 3,Deel 1

William (of Malmesbury.) - 1854
...matins and masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers, amid the blandishments of their wives. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...their persons into foreign countries ; although it is characteristic of this people to be more inclined to revelling than to the accumulation of wealth....
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The history of the kings of England ...

1854
...matins and masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers, amid the blandishments of their wives. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...their persons into foreign countries ; although it is characteristic of this people to be more inclined to revelling than to the accumulation of wealth....
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The Bayeux Tapestry Elucidated

John Collingwood Bruce - 1856 - 166 pagina’s
...grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment. The nobility were given up to luxury and wantonness. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...to revelling, than to the accumulation of wealth. Drinking was a universal practice, in which they passed entire nights as well as days. They consumed...
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The Bayeux Tapestry Elucidated

John Collingwood Bruce - 1856 - 166 pagina’s
...grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment. The nobility were given up to luxury and wantonness. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to...people to be more inclined to revelling, than to the aceumulation of wealth. Drinking was a universal practice, in which they passed entire nights as well...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England: From the earliest period to ...

John Frederick Smith - 1857
...grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment. The nobility were given up to luxury and wantonness. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to the most powerful, who amassed fortunes, either by seizing on their property, or by selling their persons into foreign countries; although it...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volume 1

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment. The nobility were given up to luxury and wantonness. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to the most powerful, who amassed fortunes, either by seizing on their property or by selling their persons into foreign countries ; although it...
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