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" ceap-gild," and also have him in "borh" that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil. If after that he again steal, then let his kinsmen give him up to the reeve to whom it may appertain, in such custody as they before took him out of from the ordeal,... "
Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus Mór, conclusion : being the corus bescha ... - Page cxviii
by Ireland - 1873
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The Saxons in England: A History of the English Commonwealth Till ..., Volume 2

John Mitchell Kemble - Great Britain - 1849 - 562 pages
...be willing to release him by his ' wer,' and by the full ' ceap-gild,' and also have him in ' borh,' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil. If after that he again steal, theu let his kinsmen give him up to the reeve to whom it may appertain, in such custody as they before...
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The Saxons in England: A history of the English commonwealth till ..., Volume 2

John Mitchell Kemble - Great Britain - 1849
...be willing to release him by his ' wer,' and by the full ' ceap-gild,' and also have him in ' borh,' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil. If after that be again steal, then let his kinsmen give him up to the reeve to whom it may appertain, in such custody...
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The Saxons in England: A History of the English Commonwealth Till ..., Volume 2

John Mitchell Kemble - Great Britain - 1876
...be willing to release him by his ' wer,' and by the full ' ccap-gild,' and also have him in 'borh,' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil....and let him be slain in retribution of the theft. But if any one defend him, and will take Mm, although he was convicted at the ordeal, so that he might...
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The Saxons in England: A History of the English Commonwealth Till ..., Volume 2

John Mitchell Kemble - Great Britain - 1876
...bo willing to release him by his ' 'wer,' and by the full ' ceap-gild,' and also have him in 'borh,' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil. If after that he again steal, then lot his kinsmen give him up to the reeve to whom it may appertnin, in such custody as they before took...
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The Saxons in England: A History of the English Commonwealth Till ..., Volume 2

John Mitchell Kemble - Great Britain - 1876
...bo willing to release him by his ' wor,' and by the full ' ceap-gild,' and also have him in 'borh,' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil. If after that VOL. II. 2 M he again steal, then let his kinsmen give him up to the reeve to whom it may appertain,...
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The Germs and Developments of the Laws of England: Embracing the ..., Part 1066

Great Britain - Common law - 1889 - 370 pages
...lord be willing to release him by his "wer" and by the full "ceap-gild," and also have him in "borh" that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil....and let him be slain in retribution of the theft. But if any one defend him, and will take him, although he was convicted at the ordeal, so that he might...
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The Governance of London: Studies on the Place Occupied by London in English ...

George Laurence Gomme - Constitutional history - 1907 - 418 pages
...be willing to release him by his ' wer ' and by the full ' ceap gild ' and also have him in ' borh ' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil....and let him be slain in retribution of the theft. But if any one defend him and will take him although he was convicted at the ordeal so that he might...
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An Introduction to the History of Life Assurance

Alexander Fingland Jack - Insurance, Life - 1912 - 263 pages
...release him by his ' wer,' and by the full ' ceapgild,' and also have him in 'borh,' that he henceforth desist from every kind of evil. If after that he again...and let him be slain in retribution of the theft. But if any one defend him, and will take him, although he was convicted at the ordeal, so that he might...
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Ancient Laws and Institutes of England

Benjamin Thorpe - History - 1840 - 548 pages
...lord be willing to release him by his 'wer' and by the full ' ceap-gild,' and also have him in 'borh' that he thenceforth desist from every kind of evil....out of from the ordeal, and let him be slain °in i nanan J>e in the text, but J>eope in the margin, though by a later hand. * [The text is from MS....
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