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Principles of English Etymology: The native element - Page 482
by Walter William Skeat - 1892 - 547 pages
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History of the English People, Volume 3

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1899
...own capital was first established. A third of the merchants and manufacturers of the ruined city arę said to have found a refuge on the banks of the Thames. The export trade to Flanders died away as London developed into the general mart of Europe, where the...
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The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science ..., Volume 10

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton - Literature - 1901
...said to have been first established. A third of the merchants and manufacturers of the ruined city are said to have found a refuge on the banks of the Thames. The export trade to Flanders died away as London developed into the general mart of Europe, where the...
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A Short History of the English People, Volume 2

John Richard Green, Alice Stopford Green - Great Britain - 1913
...own capital was first established. A third of the merchants and manufacturers of the ruined city arc said to have found a refuge on the banks of the Thames. The export trade to Flanders died away as London developed into the general mart of Europe, where the...
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Holland's Influence on English Language and Literature

Tiemen De Vries - English language - 1916 - 398 pages
...Antwerp had been captured by the Duke of Parma, "a third of the merchants and manufacturers of the ruined city," says Mr. Green, "are said to have found a refuge on the banks of the Thames." All this cannot but have affected our language and it ought to be accepted as tolerably certain that...
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A History Of The English People, 1567-1611

John Richard Green - History - 2004 - 280 pages
...our own capital was first established. A third of the merchants and manufacturers of the ruined city are said to have found a refuge on the banks of the Thames. The export trade to Flanders died away as London developed into the general mart of Europe, where the...
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