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" Briggowgate, -which retainea ye name of lTauelock's-Stone to this day. Agayne ye great priuiledges & immunityes, that this Towne hath in Denmarke aboue any other in England (as freedome from Toll, & ye rest) may fairely induce a Beleife, that some preceding... "
The Lay of Havelok the Dane: composed in the reign of Edward I, about A.D. 1280 - Page xxi
edited by - 1868 - 159 pages
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom

English literature - 1863
...immunities, that this Towne hath in Denmarke above any other in England, (as freedome from Toll, and the rest,) may fairely induce a Beleife, that some preceding...(which proofe I take to be instar omnium) the Common Scale of y* Towne, and that a most ancient one." The loves of Argentile and Curan form one of the narratives...
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom

English literature - 1863
...(for all those foure names I fynde given him), Kinge of Denmarke " 'That Gunter, that fader was, etc.* may fairely induce a Beleife, that some preceding...(which proofe I take to be instar omnium) the Common Scale of ye Towne, and that a most ancient one." The loves of Argentile and Curan form one of the narratives...
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The Lay of Havelok the Dane: Composed in the Reign of Edward I ..., Issue 4

Frederic Madden - Literary Criticism - 1868 - 159 pages
...immunityes, that this Towne hath in Denmarke aboue any other in England (as freedome from Toll, & ye rest) may fairely induce a Beleife, that some preceding...description of the Seal.] " The singular fact," adds Sir F. Madden, " alluded to by Holles, of the Burgesses of Grimsby being free from toll at the Port of...
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The lay of Havelok the Dane: re-edited from ms. Laud misc. 108 in the ...

Walter William Skeat - English poetry - 1902 - 171 pages
...immunityes, that this Towne hath in Denemarke aboue any other in England (as freedome from Toll, & ye rest) may fairely induce a Beleife, that some preceding...(which proofe I take to be instar omnium) the Common Scale of ye Towne, & th?* a most auncient one/ &c. [Here follows a desc1iption of the seal.] ' The...
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