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Forest and Game-law Tales: Merdhin. The manor and the eyrie. The staunch and ... - Page 67
by Harriet Martineau - 1845
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A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans, Volume 1

John Lingard - 1825 - 560 pages
...and command those to whom I have confided the government, as they wish to preserve my friendship, or save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. Let all persons whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law, from which no deviation...
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A London Encyclopaedia, Or Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 8

Thomas Curtis - 1829 - 834 pages
...and command those to whom I have confided the government, as they wish to preserve my friendship, or save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to lavV, from which no deviation...
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A civil and ecclesiastical history of England, to 1829, Volume 1

C. St. George - 1830 - 478 pages
...and command those to whom I have confided the government, as they wish to preserve my friendship, or save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law, from which no deviation...
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History of the Northmen, Or Danes and Normans: From the Earliest Times to ...

Henry Wheaton - 1831 - 392 pages
...I beg and command those to whom I have confided the rule, as they wish to preserve my friendship or save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law, from which no deviation...
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History of the Northmen, Or Danes and Normans: From the Earliest Times to ...

Henry Wheaton - 1831 - 394 pages
...command those to whom I have confided the rule, as they wish to preserve my friendship or save rtheir own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. ,Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law, from which no deviation...
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History of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, Volume 2

Samuel Astley Dunham - 1839 - 358 pages
...I beg and command those to whom I have confided the rule, as they wish to preserve my friendship or save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law, from which no deviation...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1844 - 390 pages
...and command those to whom I have confided the government, as they wish to preserve my friendship, or save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or poor. Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law, from which no deviation...
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Lights and Shadows of European History, Volume 1

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1844 - 338 pages
...and command those to whom I have confided the government, as they wish to preserve my friendship, or save their own souls, to do no injustice, either to rich or poor. Let all persons, whether noble or ignoble, obtain their rights according to law ; from which no deviation...
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The Camp of Refuge

Charles MacFarlane - 1844 - 488 pages
...and command those unto whom I have entrusted the government, as they wish to preserve my good will, and save their own souls, to do no injustice either to rich or to poor : and let those who are noble, and those who are not, equally obtain their rights according...
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The Cabinet History of England ...

Charles Macfarlane - 1845 - 518 pages
...and command those unto whom I have intrusted the government, as they wish to preserve my good will, and save their own souls, to do no injustice either...according to the laws, from which no deviation shall be allowed, either from fear of me, or through favour to the powerful, or for the purpose of supplying...
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