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" ... sheepfolds, their pastures, their woods, and their corn-fields : that the other counties of England were in no better condition than Somersetshire, and many of them were even in a worse : that there were at least three or four hundred able-bodied... "
Sketches of the History of Man: In Four Volumes - Página 78
por Lord Henry Home Kames - 1775
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The good old times; or, The poor man's history of England. Repr

England - 1817
...sheep' folds, their pastures, their icoods.and ' their corn-fields ! where there were, ' at lea*t, three or four hundred ablebodied vagabonds in every county, who lived by theft and rapine ! where the MAGISTRATES THEMSELVFSIMW intimidated from executing the hut upon them, on account of the...
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volumen7

David Hume, Tobias Smollett, William Jones - 1828
...better condition than Somersetshire; and many of them were even in a worse : that there were at least three or four hundred ablebodied vagabonds in every county who lived by theft and rapine ; and who sometimes met in troops to the number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants :...
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Ireland; Its Evils and Their Remedies: Being a Refutation of the Errors of ...

Michael Thomas Sadler - 1828 - 414 páginas
...no better condition than Somersetshire, and many of them were even in a worse : there were at least three or four hundred able-bodied vagabonds in every county, who lived by theft and rapine ; and who sometimes met in troops to the number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants :...
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A Comparative View of the Industrial Situation of Great Britain

Alexander Mundell - 1832 - 133 páginas
...better " condition than Somersetshire, and many of them even in a " worse ; that there were at least three or four hundred " able-bodied vagabonds in every county who lived by theft " and rapine, and who sometimes met in troops, to the " number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants ;...
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Essays, Moral and Political, Volumen1

Robert Southey - 1832
...perhaps, short of the number ; . . there is a document in Strype, which affirms that there were at least three or four hundred able-bodied vagabonds in every county, who lived by theft and rapine, and who sometimes met in troops to the number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants. It...
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A Comparative View of the Industrial Situation of Great Britain: From 1775 ...

Alexander Mundell - 1832 - 133 páginas
...better " condition than Somersetshire, and many of them even in a " worse ; that there were at least three or four hundred " able-bodied vagabonds in every county who lived by theft " and rapine, and who sometimes met in troops, to the " number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants ;...
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On Sir Francis Burdett's motion for parliamentary reform.-On the conduct of ...

Robert Southey - 1832
...perhaps, short of the number ; . . there is a document in Strype, which affirms that there were at least three or four hundred able-bodied vagabonds in every county, who lived by theft and 'il rapine, and who sometimes met in troops to the number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants....
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The Farmer's Magazine

1851
...better condition than Somersetshire, and many of them were even in a worse. That there were at least three or four hundred able-bodied vagabonds in every county, who lived by theft and rapine; and who sometimes met in troops to the number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants. That...
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History of Civilisation, Volumen1

William Alexander Mackinnon - 1846
...in no better condition than Somersetshire ; many of them were even in a worse. There were at least three or four hundred ablebodied vagabonds in every county, who lived by theft and rapine, and who formed themselves into troops of about sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants. Strype...
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Cæsar to the ..., Volumen4

David Hume - 1848
...better condition than Somersetshire, and many of them were even in a worse : that there were at least three or four hundred able-bodied vagabonds in every county who lived by theft and rapine, and who sometimes met in troops to the number of sixty, and committed spoil on the inhabitants : that...
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