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" Danes and Norsemen, the judgment by verdict was also transplanted to English ground, for the settlers of England were kith and kin to those of Iceland, carrying with them the same laws and customs; lastly, after the Conquest, it became the law of the... "
An Icelandic-English Dictionary: Based on the Ms. Collections of the Late ... - Page xlviii
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Ultima Thule: Or, A Summer in Iceland, Volume 1

Sir Richard Francis Burton - Iceland - 1875
...analogy of the Icelandic customs, it can be inferred with certainty that, along with the invasion of Danes and Norsemen, the judgment by verdict was also...Iceland, carrying with them the same laws and customs; lastly, after the Conquest, it became the law of the land. This old Scandinavian institution gradually...
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The Island of Fire: Or, A Thousand Years of the Old Northmen's Home. 874-1874

Phineas Camp Headley - Iceland - 1874 - 343 pages
...district summoned the jury, and was exofficio its foreman. This guardian of the rights of freemen was transplanted to English ground ; for the settlers of England were kith and kin to those of Iceland. This old Scandinavian institution gradually died out in the mother countries, and came to an end in...
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The Place of Iceland in the History of European Institutions: Being the ...

Charles Augustus Vansittart Conybeare - Iceland - 1877 - 148 pages
...Danes and Northmen, the judgment iby verdict was also transplanted to England. For the settlers in England were kith and kin to those of Iceland, carrying with them" the same laws and customs. After the Conquest, it became the law of the. land." Compari- § 47- The conclusion here arrived at,...
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The place of Iceland in the history of European institutions. Lothian prize ...

Charles Augustus Vansittart Conybeare - 1877
...Danes and Northmen, the judgment »by verdict was also transplanted to England. For the settlers in England were kith and kin to those of Iceland, carrying with them' the same laws and customs. After the Conquest, it became the law of the land." § 47. The conclusion here arrived at, manifestly...
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History of Procedure in England from the Norman Conquest: The Norman Period ...

Melville Madison Bigelow - Law - 1880 - 411 pages
...the analogy of the Icelandic customs, it can be inferred with certainty that along with the invasion of the Danes and Norsemen the judgment by verdict...Iceland, carrying with them the same laws and customs ; lastly, after the conquest it became the law of the land."—Vigf. Cleasb. Diet., Kvithr. The last...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 140

1874
...analogy of the Icelandic customs ' it can be inferred with certainty that along with the invasion ' of the Danes and Norsemen, the judgment by verdict...transplanted to English ground, for the settlers of Eng' land were kith and kin to those of Iceland, carrying with ' them the same laws and customs ; and...
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