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" Then all the councillors who were in England,2 ecclesiastical and lay, determined to send for King Ethelred, and they said that no lord was dearer to them than their natural lord, if he would govern them more justly than he did before. "
Corfe castle; or, Keneswitha [by J.F. Pennie]. - Página 429
por John Fitzgerald Pennie - 1824
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons: Comprising the History of ..., Volúmenes1-2

Sharon Turner - 1823
...Canute to have been but ten years of age at Svein's death. But this is a mistake. c- Flor. Wig. 381. " They assured him, that no one was dearer to them than...govern them more righteously than he did before." Gur. Sax. Chron. 173. About this time occurred the war against Brian, king of Connaught. Seethe Niala...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons from the Earliest Period to the ..., Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1836
...Canute to have been but ten years of age at Svein's death. But this is a mistake. 83 Flor. Wig. 381. " They assured him, that no one was dearer to them than...govern them more righteously than he did before." Gur. Sax. Chron. 173. About this time occurred the war against Brian, king of Connaught. See the Niala...
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The history of the Anglo-Saxons, Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1840
...Canute to have been but ten years of age at Svein's death. But this is a mistake. (3) Flor. Wig. 381. " They assured him, that no one was dearer to them than their natural lord, if ho would govern them more righteously than he did before-" Gur. Sai. Chron. 173. About this time occurred...
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History of the Anglo-Saxons, Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1840
...Canute to have been but ten years of age at Svein's death. But this is a mistake. (3) Flor. Wig. 381. " They assured him, that no one was dearer to them than their nalural lord, if he would govern them more righteously than he did before." Gur. Sax. Cbron. 173. About...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons from the Earliest Period to the ..., Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1841
...Canute to have been but ten years of age at Srcin's death. But this is a mistake. ) Flor. Wig. 381. "They assured him, that no one was dearer to them...govern them more righteously than he did before." Gur. Sax. Chron. 173. About this time occurred the war ngainst Brian, king of Connaught. See the Niala...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons from the Earliest Period to the ..., Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1841
...Svein's death. But this is a mistake. i Flor. Wig. 381. " They assured him, that no one was dearer U> them than their natural lord, if he would govern them more righteously than he did before." Gur. Sax. Chron. 173. About this time occurred the war against Brian, king of Connaught See the Niala...
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The Early English Church

Edward Churton - 1841 - 390 páginas
...died ; and the Council of the Wise sent a message to entreat him to return, telling him that " no lord was dearer to them than their natural lord, if he would govern them better than he did before." He came ; but his confidence was as ill-placed as ever. Edric, <?arl of...
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England before the Norman conquest, by the author of Domestic scenes in ...

England - 1851
...desired to have their Saxon king again. They sent this message to him : — " That there was no one dearer to them than their natural lord, if he would...govern them more righteously than he did before." Ethelred replied to this, that " he would be a good lord to them ; amend those matters which, as all...
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England in the Early Middle Ages

Derek Baker - 1995 - 296 páginas
...in England, ecclesiastical and lay, determined to send for King Ethelred, and they said that no lord was dearer to them than their natural lord, if he would govern them more justly than he did before. Edmund Ironside Source: ibid. p. 226 1016. Then it happened that King Ethelred...
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

Michael Swanton - 1998 - 363 páginas
...councillors," both ordained and lay, advised that King ^thelred should be sent for, and declared that no lord was dearer to them than their natural lord - if he would govern them more justly than he did before. Then the king sent his son Edward here with his messengers, and ordered...
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