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A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the ... - Page 373
by Luke Owen Pike - 1873
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A history of England, in which it is intended to consider men and events on ...

Henry Walter - 1832
...would speedily find a husband for his sister, because she was uncomfortable at home. " For she hath since Easter, the most part, been beaten once in the week, or twice, and sometimes twice on a day, and her head broken in two or three places." These blows had been inflicted by the...
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Paston letters: original letters written during the reigns of Henry vi ...

sir John Fenn, Alexander Ramsay (miscellaneous writer) - 1840
...servants of her mother's, but that she beareth her an hand otherwise than she meaneth ; and she hath since Easter the most part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice on a day, and her head broken in two or three places. Wherefore, cousin, she hath sent to me...
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Paston letters: original letters written during the reigns of ..., Volumes 1-2

John Fenn, Alexander Ramsay - Great Britain - 1859
...servants of her mother's, but that she beareth her an hand otherwise than she meaneth ; and she hath since Easter the most , part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice on a day, and her head broken in two or three places. Wherefore, cousin, she hath sent to me...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1866
...other than she meaneth, nnd hath since Easter (it being then St. Peter, June 29, 1464, 32 Henry VI.) the most part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice on a day, and her head broken in two or three places." The same mother, Agnes Poston, enters...
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Education in Early England: Some Notes Used as Forewords to a Collection of ...

Frederick James Furnivall - Education - 1867 - 4 pages
...servants of her mother's, but that she beareth her on hand otherwise than she meaneth ; and she hath since Easter the most part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice on a day, and her head broken in two or three places." (vip 50, col. 1, ed. 1840.) The treatment...
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The Babees book: Aristotle's A B C, Urbanitis, Stanspuer ad mensam, the ...

Frederick James Furnivall - Education - 1868 - 537 pages
...servants of her mother's, hut that she beareth her on hand otherwise than she meaneth ; and she hath since Easter the most part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice ou a day, and her head broken in two or three places." (vip 50, coL 1, ed. 1840.) The treatment...
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The Homes of Other Days: A History of Domestic Manners and Sentiments in ...

Thomas Wright - Architecture, Domestic - 1871 - 511 pages
...servants of her mother's, but that she beareth her on hand otherwise than she meaneth ; and she hath since Easter the most part been beaten once in the week, or twice, and sometimes twice in a day, and her head broken in two or three places. Wherefore, cousin, she hath sent to me...
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The Paston Letters: 1422-1509 A.D.

James Gairdner - English language - 1872
...visitor, and was suspicious even of her intercourse with the servants of her own house. " And she hath since Easter the most part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice in one day, and her head broken in two or three places."1 Such was the rough domestic discipline...
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The Paston Letters: 1422-1509 A.D.

James Gairdner - Great Britain - 1872
...visitor, and was suspicious even of her intercourse with the servants of her own house. " And she hath since Easter the most part been beaten once in the week or twice, and sometimes twice in one day, and her head broken in two or three places." Such was the rough domestic discipline...
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English Literature Primers: Romance Period

Eugene Lawrence - English literature - 1878 - 153 pages
...we are told of an Elizabeth Paston, twenty years old, and her mother's treatment of her: "She hathe, since Easter, the most part been beaten once in the week or twice in one day, and her head broken in two or three places." Lady Jane Grey, in Henry VIII.'s reign, was...
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