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A Concise History of the Parish and Vicarage of Halifax, in the County of York - Page 68
by John Crabtree - 1836 - 563 pages
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The beauties of England and Wales: or, Delineations ..., Volume 23

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley, James Norris Brewer, Joseph Nightingale, Frederic Shoberl, John Hodgson, John Bigland, Francis Charles Laird, John Evans, Thomas Rees - Architecture - 1812
...but, venturing to come back, was beheaded on the former verdict, in the year 1623. In the next place, the fact was to be proved in the clearest manner :...was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, ie having the stolen goods, either in his hand, or bearing them on his back, or lastly confessand,...
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Yorkshire; or, Original delineations ... of that county

John Bigland - 1815
...venturing to come back, was beheaded OB the former verdict, in the year 1623. In the next place, the fad •was to be proved in the clearest manner : the offender...was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, ie having th« stolen goods, either in his hand, or bearing them on his back, or lastly confessand,...
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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...saying amongst the inhabitants, who to this day use the expression " I trow not, quoth Dinnis." 2d. The fact was to be proved in the clearest manner,...lastly, confessand, confessing that he took them. 3d. The value of the goods stolen must amount to thirteen pence halfpenny, or more. 4th. The accused...
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The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde

Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
...saying amongst the inhabitants, who to this day use the expression " I trow not, quoth Dinnis." 2d. The fact was to be proved in the clearest manner,...his hand, or bearing them on his back ; or lastly, cotifcssand, confessing that he took them. 3d. The value of the goods stolen must amount to thirteen...
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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - Faust - 1828
...saying amongst the inhabitants, who to this day use the expression " I trow not, quoth Dinnis." 2d. The fact was to be proved in the clearest manner,...his hand, or bearing them on his back ; or lastly, confesiand, confessing that he took them. \ 3d. The value of the goods stolen must amount to thirteen...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1832
...but, venturing to come back, was beheaded on the former verdict, in the year 1623. In the next place, the fact was to be proved in the clearest manner :...was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, that is, having the stolen goods either in his hand or bearing them on his back, or lastly confessand,...
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Remarks on Forest Scenery, and Other Woodland Views, Volume 2

William Gilpin - Forests and forestry - 1834
...in the clearest manner : the offender was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, that is, having the stolen goods either in his hand, or bearing...confessand, confessing that he took them. This is what the writers on ancient laws denominate ' Furtum manifestum ;' and perhaps the abhorrence which our...
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Remarks on Forest Scenery and Other Woodland Views

William Gilpin - Forests and forestry - 1834
...but, venturing to come back, was beheaded on the former verdict, in the year 1623. In the next place, the fact was to be proved in the clearest manner :...was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, that is, having the stolen goods either in his hand, or bearing them on his back, or, lastly, confessand,...
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The civil, ecclesiastical, literary, commercial, and miscellaneous ..., Volume 2

Edward Parsons - Bradford (West Yorkshire, England) - 1834
...but, venturing to come back, was beheaded on the former verdict, in the year 1623. In the next place, the fact was to be proved in the clearest manner :...was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, ie having the stolen goods either in his hand or bearing them on his back, or lastly confessand, confessing...
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The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous ..., Volume 2

Edward Parsons - Bradford (West Yorkshire, England) - 1834
...the offender was to be taken either hand-habend, or back-berand, ie having the stolen goods cither in his hand or bearing them on his back, or lastly confessand, confessing that betook them. This is what the writers on ancient laws denominate "furl urn manifestum," and perhaps...
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