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Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus Mór, conclusion : being the corus bescha ... - Page cxviii
by Ireland - 1873
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The Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1854
...the host was answerable for his guest's deeds : — "If a man entertain a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman, or any other who has come over the marsh, and then feed him with his own food, and he then do harm to any man, let the man bring the other...
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Consuetudines Kanciae, a History of Gavelkind and Other Remarkable Customs ...

Charles Sandys - England Land - 1851 - 352 pages
...sec pihte jebpenje. opj>e pihc pope-pypce ! • c. xv. If a man entertain a stranger for in nights at his own home, a chapman or any other who has come...bring the other to justice, or do justice for him. (Ant. Laws and Imtitutes, p. 14.) In the laws of Wihtrsed, K. of Kent (AD 690-725), we find— C. vin....
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British Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1854
...the host was answerable for his guest's deeds : — " If a man entertain a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman, or any other who has come over the marsh, and then feed him with his own food, and he then do harm to any man, let the man bring the other...
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The Archaeological mine, antiquarian nuggets relating to Kent by A.J. Dunkin

Archaeological mine - 1855
...Jfre fotos of fflofMqel-e wD g^He, fy>gg of fyi)f. 70 Jf a man entertain a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman or any other who has come...bring the other to justice, or do justice for him. ftofefo&to. (15.) * This expression occurs again in Wihtraed's Dooms, c. 8. If any one give his man...
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The Germs and Developments of the Laws of England: Embracing the ..., Part 1066

Great Britain - Common law - 1889 - 370 pages
...his " mund-byrd," and L. shillings to the king. 15. If a man entertain a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman or any other who has come over the march, and then feed him with his own 10. This was a judicial proceeding before the king or such as were acting as his judges in a place...
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The Green Bag, Volume 15

Sydney Russell Wrightington, Horace Williams Fuller, Arthur Weightman Spencer, Thomas Tileston Baldwin - Law - 1903
...that "If a man entertains a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman, or any other that has come over the march, and then feed him with his own food, and he then do harm to any man's let the man bring the other to justice, or do justice to him." Under the later Anglo-Saxon kings...
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Extracts from the Records of the Company of Hostmen of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Frederick Walter Dendy - Coal trade - 1901 - 332 pages
...for his visitor had become established in England. " If a man entertain a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman or any other who has come...bring the other to justice or do justice for him."|| This custom of the entertainer being answerable to the law for his guest, which is to be found throughout...
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The Irish Law Times and Solicitors' Journal, Volume 37

Law - 1903
...that " If a man entertains a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman, or any other that has come over the march, and then feed him with his own food, and he then do harm to any man's let the man bring the other to justice, or do justice to him." Under the later Anglo-Saxon kings...
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Ancient Laws and Institutes of England

Benjamin Thorpe - History - 1840 - 548 pages
...his ' mund-byrd,' and L. shillings to the king. 15. If a man entertain a stranger for three nights at his own home, a chapman or any other who has come b over the march, and then feed him with his own food, and he then do harm to any man, let the man...
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