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" They killed without mercy every man who came in their way, and vied with each other in brutality. . . . False weights, false measures, false pretences of all kinds were the instruments of commerce most generally in use. No buyer would trust the word of... "
A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the ... - Page 104
by Luke Owen Pike - 1873
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Foods: their composition and analysis

Alexander Wynter Blyth - Food - Analysis - 1882 - 586 pages
...false pretences of all kinds were the instruments of commerce most generally in use. No buyer would trust the word of a seller, and there was hardly any...neighbour intended to rob or even to murder him."* ASSIZES OF BREAD-BAKERS. 3. The sale of bread was regulated in England as early as the fourth year...
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Foods: Their Composition and Analysis: A Manual for the Use of Analytical ...

Alexander Wynter Blyth - Food - 1896 - 586 pages
...commerce most generally in use. No buyer would trust the word of a seller, and there was hardly any cluss in which a man might not with reason suspect that...neighbour intended to rob or even to murder him."* ASSIZES OF BREAD— BAKERS. 3. The sale of bread was regulated in England as early as the fourth...
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The Saxon and the Celt: A Study in Sociology

John Mackinnon Robertson - Anglo-Saxon race - 1897 - 349 pages
...killed without mercy every man who came in their way, and vied with each other in their brutality. . . . False weights, false measures, and false pretences...neighbour intended to rob or even to murder him." a If we go back a generation before Henry II., we find the historian declaring that " no more ghastly...
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Foods

Alexander Wynter Blyth - 1903 - 616 pages
...ix. c. 18. 2 Dioscorides, iv. 65 ; Pliny, xx. 76. 3 Pliny, xviii. 29. 4 Pliny, xxxiv. • Op. cit. the word of a seller, and there was hardly any class...neighbour intended to rob or even to murder him." l ASSIZES OP BREAD — BAKERS. 3. The sale of bread was regulated in England as early as the fourth...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Issue 8, Part 1

Pennsylvania. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1903
...false pretences of all kinds were the instruments of commerce most generally in use. No buyer would trust the word of a seller, and there was hardly any...which a man might not with reason suspect that his neighbor intended to rob or even to murder him." Men are better than that to-day. Not so many will...
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Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, Volume 19

1903
...false pretenses of all kinds were the instruments of commerce most generally in- use. No buyer would trust the word of a seller, and there was hardly any...which a man might not with reason suspect that his neighbor intended to rob or even to murder him." " The early efforts to prevent adulteration in England,...
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