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" Turberville drew his sword, and took it by the blade in his left hand, and gave it to Morgan, and with his right hand embraced the daughter ; and after settling every matter to the liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Page 309
by Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1865
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transactions of the eummrodorion

METROPOLITAN CAMBRIAN INSTITUTION - 1828
...church and married her, and so came to the Lordship by true right of possession, and being so councelled by Morgan, kept in his Castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers. Upon account of getting possession by marriage, Pain would never pay the noble that was due to the...
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Transactions of the Cymmrodorion, Or, Metropolitan ..., Volume 2, Parts 3-4

Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) - Welsh literature - 1828
...church and married her, and so came to the Lordship by true right of possession, and being so councelled by Morgan, kept in his Castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers. Upon account of getting possession by marriage, Pain would never pay the noble that was due to the...
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The book of South Wales, the Bristol channel, Monmouthshire and the Wye

Charles Frederick Cliffe - 1848
...and married her, and so came to the Lordship by true right of p ssession, and being so councclledby Morgan, kept in his Castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers Upon account of getting possession by marriage, Pain would never pay the noble that was due to the...
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Siluriana, Or Contributions Towards the History of Gwent & Glamorgan

1859
...liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and so came to the Lordship by true right of possession, and being so counselled by Morgan,...castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers. Upon account of his getting possession by marriage, Pain would never pay the noble that was due to...
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The Cambrian Journal

Wales - 1864
...liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and so came to the lordship by true right of possession, and being so counselled by Morgan,...had some reason for exaggerating on this head. " The Royal Lineage of Coetty," as it is styled in the ancient documents contained in the lolo MSS., was...
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A handbook for travellers in South Wales

John Murray (publishers.) - 1870
...liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and so came to the lordship by the right of possession, and being so counselled by Morgan, kept in his castle 2000 of the best of his Welsh soldiers." Mansell. [A very pretty excursion can bo made from here...
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Annals and antiquities of the counties and county families of Wales

Thomas Nicholas - 1872
...liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and so came to the lordship by true right of possession, and being so counselled by Morgan,...castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers." The account further states that Turbervill, having thus without aid of Fitzhamon's men and by lawful...
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Annals and Antiquities of the Counties and County Families of ..., Volume 2

Thomas Nicholas - Wales - 1872
...liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and so came to the lordship by true right of possession, and being so counselled by Morgan,...castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers." The account further states that Turbervill, having thus without aid of Fitzhamon's men and by lawful...
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Abbeys, castles and ancient balls of England and Wales, their legendary lore ...

John Timbs - 1872
...liking of both sides, he went with her to church and married her, and so came to the lordship by true right of possession, and being so counselled by Morgan,...Castle two thousand of the best of his Welsh soldiers Upon account of getting possession by marriage, Payne would never pay the noble that was due to the...
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