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- n. Plural form of flaughter.
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I fly over the conquefts and flaughters of Alexander king of Mace - don made in the Eaft among the naked, unarmed, harmlefs people there!
The frequent ikirmiftics and battles fought between the Wclfti and their enemies, on the other fide of the Severn, were produdlivc of great flaughters and lofles to both parties; and the Kings of England oftentimes levied great armies, and fome in perfon, invaded their coafts and THE LORDS MARCHERS.
British remains; or, A collection of antiquities relating to the Britons: comprehending, I. A concise history of the lords marchers ... II. The arms of the ancient nobility and gentry of North-Wales. III. A letter of Dr. Lloyd, bishop of St. Asaph's concerning Jeffrey of Monmouth's History. IV. An ccount of the discovery of America, by the Welsh, more than 300 years before the voyage of Columbus. V. A celebrated poem of Taliesin, translated into Sapphic verse. The whole selected from original mss. and other authentic records. To which are also added, Memoirs of Edward Lhuyd, antiquary, transcribed from a manuscript in the museum, Oxford