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" ... whole basis of the law of nations is destroyed. There is not, however, any reason for believing that until the era of Wallace there was any insincerity on the part of the noble Normans, the stalwart Flemings, the sturdy Northumbrian Angles, and the... "
Scotland: Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ... - Page xliii
by Great Britain. Exchequer - 1837 - 434 pages
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Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ..., Volume 1

Sir Francis Palgrave - Scotland - 1837 - 31 pages
...of Wallace, Seven Earls ^i ... , ,, lo Ed. L, &c. there was any insincerity on the part of •. — the noble Normans, the stalwart Flemings, the sturdy...lawful right, that supremacy beyond their legal bounds, v provoked a resistance, not undeservedly ance' earned, and deserved by such abuse. Then, flaws were...
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The Scottish Nation: Or, The Surnames, Families, Literature, Honours ..., Part 2

William Anderson - Heraldry - 1862
...the stalwart _\ Flemings, the sturdy Northumbrian Angles, and the aboriginal Britons of Strathclyde and Reged, whom we erroneously designate as Scots...supremacy of the English crown, until the attempts made by Edward I. to extend the incidents of that supremacy beyond their legal bounds provoked a resistance...
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The Scottish Nation: Or, The Surnames, Families, Literature ..., Volume 1

William Anderson - Heraldry - 1877
...Flemings, the sturdy Northumbrian Angles, and the aboriginal Britons of Strathclyde aud Keyed, ivliom we erroneously designate as Scots — in admitting the legal supremacy of the English crown, antil the attempts made by Edward L to'cxtcud the incidents of that supremacy beyond their legal bounds...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 173

1887
...Normans, the stalwart Flemings, the sturdy Northumbrian Angles, and the aboriginal Britons of Strathclvde and Reged, whom we erroneously designate as Scots,...supremacy of the English crown, until the attempts made by Edward the First to extend the incidents of that supremacy beyond their legal bounds provoked...
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Paper and Parchment: Historical Sketches

Alexander Charles Ewald - Dyes and dyeing - 1890 - 335 pages
...stalwart Flemings, the sturdy Northumbrian Angles, and the aboriginal Britons of Strathclyde and Eeged, whom we erroneously designate as Scots, in admitting...supremacy of the English crown, until the attempts made by Edward the First to extend the incidents of that supremacy beyond their legal bounds provoked...
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