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  • The vast "landes" of the province made the best possible rearing ground for the chargers and cavalry horses to which England owed much of her warlike supremacy; whilst the people themselves, with their strength and independence of character, their traditions of personal and individual freedom which can be clearly traced back to the Roman occupation of the province, and their long attachment to England and her King, were the most valuable of allies; and although they must have been regarded to a certain extent as foreigners when on English soil, they still assimilated better and worked more easily with British subjects than any pure Frenchman had ever been found to do.

    In the Days of Chivalry

  • Dette er meget effektiv måde at slette vores demokratiske vestlige samfund – og vores nordiske landes regeringer er fuldt ud i henhold til denne dagsorden.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Regulation Gone Mad

  • The Clintones are disgusting Americans (Ise-landes) superficially claiming now the American Problem Solvers.

    Clinton touts support from 'white Americans'

  • There is no reference to "manoures landes tenementes" in the bequest to Mary and Elizabeth.

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • “Heiligen-landes Jüden” are proverbial and nothing can be meaner than the Christians while the Moslems are famed for treachery.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Cathes, the Brutaches who are said to be Iewes shauing their heads all ouer, the landes also of Scythia, of Georgia, of Armenia, of

    The long and wonderful voyage of Frier Iohn de Plano Carpini

  • First, the Turke with his sword, what landes, nations, and countreys, what empires, kingdomes, and provinces, with cities innumerable hath he wonne, not from us but from Thee!

    Islamophobia Part 734

  • And therefore it seemeth to be more then ignorance that men should attempt Nauigation in desperate clymates and through seas congeled that neuer dissolue, where the stiffnes of the colde maketh the ayre palpably grosse without certainty that the landes are disioyned.

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • And this straight is founde to be 1200 leages from any parte of Africa so that truely it is manifest that these two landes are by no small distance seperated.

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • Therefore it must heedes be concluded that they came by the North partes of America through that discouered sea of 950 leages, and that they were of those people which Francisco Vasques of Coronado discouered, all which premises considered there remaineth no more doubting but that the landes are disioyned and that there is a

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

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