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" And we have ordained : respecting those lordless men of whom no law can be got, that the kindred be commanded that they domicile him to folk-right, and find him a lord in the folk-mote; and if they then will not or cannot produce him at the term, then... "
Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus Mór, conclusion : being the corus bescha ... - Page cxviii
by Ireland - 1873
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volume 12

1841
...slave he has become. And again, in the laws of . K >»< Isi ,-m (p. 201) : "And we have ordained : respecting those lordless men of whom no law can be...whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay for it according to his ' wer,' or by it clear himself."— Con/. Leg. Eadmund, cap. ip 249. Now it is...
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Anglo-Saxon laws and institutes: incunabula juri Anglicani

John Mitchell Kemble - History - 1841 - 50 pages
...whose slave he has become. And again, in the laws of ^EiSelstan (p. 201) : "And we have ordained : respecting those lordless men of whom no law can be...whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay for it according to his ' wfr,' or by it clear himself." — Con/. Leg. Eadmund, cap. ip 249. Now it is...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volume 12

1841
...ordained: respecting those lordless men of whom no law can be got, that the kindred be commanded that the)' domicile him to folk-right, and find him a lord in...whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay for it according to his ' wfr,' or by it clear himself."—Con/. Lrg. Eadmund, cap. \. p. 249. Now it is...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volume 12

1841
...the kindred be commanded that they domicile him to folk-right, and find him a lord in the Folkmotc ; and if they then will not or cannot produce him at...whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay for it according to his 'wcr,' or by it clear himself." — Con/. Leg. Eadmund, cap. ip 249. Now it is...
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Lectures on the history of England

William Longman - 1863
...produce him at the term, then be he thenceforth a ' flyma ' (that is a man who has fled for his offence), and let him slay him for a thief who can come at him."70' Ceoris, or The next class were called Ceorls, or as we shonld churUi say, Churls.100 These...
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Select Charters and other Illustrations of English Constitutional History ...

William Stubbs - Constitutional history - 1870 - 531 pages
...they soonest might. AD dr. 930. ATHELSTAN. Cone. Greatanlea. 2. Of lordless men. And we have ordained, respecting those lordless men of whom no law can be...him according to his ' wer,' or by it clear himself. 1 2. And we have ordained, that no man buy any property out of port over xx. pence; but let him buy...
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An Introduction to the History of the Law of Real Property: With Original ...

Kenelm Edward Digby - Law - 1876 - 412 pages
...they then will not or cannot produce him at the term, then be he thenceforth a " flyma," [runaway], and let him slay him for a thief who can come at him...whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay according to his " wer," or by it clear himself.' — Laws of ^Ethelstan, Stubbs, Select Charters,...
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Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History ...

William Stubbs - Constitutional history - 1881 - 552 pages
...kindred be commanded that they domicile him to folk-right, and find him a lord in the folk -mote ; and if they then will not or cannot produce him at...him according to his ' wer,' or by it clear himself. 12. And we have ordained, that no man buy any property out of port over xx. pence ; but let him buy...
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An Introduction to the History of the Law of Real Property, with Original ...

Kenelm Edward Digby - Law - 1884 - 404 pages
...they then will not or cannot produce him at the term, then be he thenceforth a " flyma " [runaway1, and let him slay him for a thief who can come at him...whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay according to his "wer," or by it clear himself.' — Laws of Athelstan, Stubbs, Select Charters, p....
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An Introduction to the History of the Law of Real Property, with Original ...

Kenelm Edward Digby - Law - 1884 - 404 pages
...not OP cannot produce him at the term, then be he thenceforth a "flyma" [runaway], and let him alay him for a thief who can come at him ; and whoever after that shall harbour him, let him pay according to his "wer," or by it clear himself.'— Laws of Athelstan, Stubbs, Select Charters, p....
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