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" WALES is a pretty little country, like England's baby brother. It was conquered long ago by a king of England, who promised the people that they should have a prince to govern them who could not speak a word of English. He then told them his own son,... "
The school managers' series of reading books. Standard 1-6. Intr. primer ... - Página 103
editado por - 1874
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First steps to astronomy and geography

First steps - 1828
...who was born at Caernarvon Castle, in North Wales, as a prince of their own nation. ELIZABETH. And since that time the eldest son of the King of England has been called Prince of Wales. MOTHER. The ancient dimensions of Wales have been reduced by taking from it the whole...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.) - 1837
...received fhe title of O' f Prince of Wales, and they appear to have liked him a little better. From this time, the eldest son of the King of 'England has been called Prince of Wales. 11. Thus, with the death of David, ended the line of Welsh prances, and thus ended...
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Crossley's Comprehensive class book

1845
...promising they would, he brought in his infant son, who had just been born at Caernarvon. From this time, the eldest son of the king of England has been called Prince of Wales. With the death of David, (he successor of Llewellyn, ended the line of Welsh princes,...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1854
...and received the title of Prince of "Wales. They appear to have liked him a little better. From this time, the eldest son of the king of England has been called Prince of Wales. 12. Thus, with the death of David ended the line of Welsh princes, and thus ended...
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The collegiate, school and family history of England

1856
...present the infant to the people as their countryman, and to tell them that he who was born among them should be their prince. Since that time the eldest son of the King of England has always been called Pf ince of Wales. After the subjugation of Wales Edward passed three years on the...
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The Children's Picture-book of English History

1861 - 272 páginas
...that Edward had fulfilled his promise, so they did homage to the babe as their lord and prince. From that time the eldest son of the King of England has been called the Prince of Wales. Wales having thus been added to the crown of England, Edward now turned his attention to the northern part...
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Reading books, adapted to the requirements of the Revised code, ed ..., Volumen3

Alexander Ronald Grant - 1870
...you. This lady lived near Bristol ; her name was Hannah More. Next you will come to Devonshire — a lovely county, and so warm, that plants, which require...Sundays both in Welsh and English. Principal Rivers of England. — Thames, in the south ; Severn, in the west ; Trent, in the middle ; Ouse, in the north....
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Parley's Common School History of the World: A Pictorial History of the ...

1870 - 360 páginas
...the title of Prince of Wales. The Welsh people appear to have liked him a. little better. From this time the eldest son of the king of England has been called Prince of Wales. 12. Thus, with the death of David, ended the line of Welsh princes, and thus ended...
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Reading books, adapted to the requirements of the Revised code, ed ..., Volumen4

Alexander Ronald Grant - 1870
...kept his word by showing them his child, a baby, who of course could not speak a word of any language. Since that time the eldest son of the King of England has always been called Prince of Wales. Edward next set his heart upon Scotland, and thought it a fine...
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The school managers' series of reading books. Standard 1-6, Volumen3

Alexander Ronald Grant - 1871
...More. Next you will come to Devonshire — a lovely county, and so warm, that plants, which require u hothouse in other parts of England, grow like weeds....Sundays both in Welsh and English. Principal Rivers of England. — Thames, in the south ; Severn, in the west ; Trent, in the middle ; Ouse, in the north....
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