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" Such were the men who met in death within the now vanished choir of Waltham. And in the whole course of English history we hardly come across a scene which speaks more deeply to the heart, than when the first founder of our later greatness was laid by... "
The reign of Harold and the interregnum. 2d ed., rev. 1875 - Page 522
by Edward Augustus Freeman - 1869
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Before the Conquest, Or, English Worthies in the Old English Period

William Henry Davenport Adams - Anglo-Saxons - 1870 - 394 pages
...was a worthier prize than shadowy dreams of dominion beyond the sea. Such, concludes Mr. Freeman,1 such were the men who met in death within the now...our earliest freedom — when the body of the great Eadward was laid, if only for a short space, by the side of HAROLD THE SON OF GODWINE. 1 Freeman, Norman...
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The History of the Norman Conquest of England: The reign of Harold and the ...

Edward Augustus Freeman - Great Britain - 1875
....<9Ethelstan. The conqueror of Gruflydd might welcome a kindred soul in the conqueror of Llywelynj the victor of Stamfordbridge might hail his peer in...short space, by the side of Harold the son of Godwine. 1 The wonderful analogy between the two great Edwards, the son of Alfred and the son of Henry the Third,...
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The History of the Norman Conquest of England: The reign of Harold and the ...

Edward Augustus Freeman - Great Britain - 1875
...true successor in the King with whom she rose again. Such were the men who met in death within tho now vanished choir of Waltham. And in the whole course...freedom — when the body of the great Edward was kid, if only for a short space, by the side of Harold the son of Godwine. 1 The wonderful analogy between...
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Handbook for Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, and Cambridgeshire ...

Cambridgeshire (England) - 1875 - 472 pages
...speaks more •¡••••ply to the heart, than when the Srst founder of our later greatness wa¿§ laid by the side of the last kingly champion of our earliest freedom." — Fnxman, ut sup. The fame and memory of Harold, *hich suffered greatly from late '•Kruniclers...
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Handbook to the environs of London, alphabetically arranged

James Thorne - 1876
...whom none deserved the English name, or could claim honour or gratitude of the English nation. ... In the whole course of English history we hardly come...the last kingly champion of our earliest freedom." f If we were to believe the royal visitors, and traditional stories, the monks in the latter years...
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Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged ..., Part 2

James Thorne - England - 1876 - 794 pages
...whom none deserved the English name, or could claim honour or gratitude of the English nation. ... In the whole course of English history we hardly come...the last kingly champion of our earliest freedom." f If we were to believe the royal visitors, and traditional stories, the monks in the latter years...
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An Historical Reader for the Use of Classes in Academies, High Schools, and ...

Henry Elliot Shepherd - 1888
...our later greatness was laid by the side of the last kingly champion of our earliest freedom—when the body of the great Edward was laid, if only for a short space, by the side of Harold, the son of Godwin. THE STATE OF AMERICA IN 1784. M'MASTEE'S " HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES." This...
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Historical Readings for the Use of Teachers' Reading Circles

Henry Elliot Shepherd - History - 1893 - 424 pages
...our later greatness was laid by the side of the last kingly champion of our earliest freedom—when the body of the great Edward was laid, if only for a short space, by the side of Harold, the son of Godwin. THE STATE OF AMERICA IN 1784. M'MASTER'S " HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES." This...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 34

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1870
...leisure to bury him (" donee vacaret eis intendere Bepulturse," as Walter of Hemingford has it) : " in the whole course of English history we hardly come...the last kingly champion of our earliest freedom." Another strong point with Mr. Freeman is the need for the historian of the Conquest of not limiting...
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