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" ... William the Conqueror established himself in England, three princes, descended from that ancient British king, reigned over Wales, then divided into three sovereignties ; and kept possession of their respective dominions, in defiance of the Conqueror... "
A Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales - Page 474
by William Cobbett - 1832 - 546 pages
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Curiosities of Great Britain: England & Wales Delineated ..., Volume 10

Thomas Dugdale - Chronology, Historical - 1830 - 1586 pages
...respective dominions, in defiance of the Conqueror and his successors. The way in which our kings carried on war with this people, was to make a grant to certain...conquered; and the lords held them to them and their heirs of the kings of England, as lands purchased by conquest. Such was the origin of Lords Marchers, who...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books ; with an ..., Volume 1

William Blackstone - Law - 1836
...kept possession in defiance of the Conqueror and his successors. The way in which our kings carried on war with this people, was to make a grant to certain greal lords, of such cum incolissu.ii, prim regi jure feodali tubjecta, (of which homage was the sign),...
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Reeves' History of the English Law, from the Time of the Romans to ..., Volume 2

John Reeves, William Francis Finlason - Law - 1879
...respective dominions in defiance of the Conqueror and his successors. The way in which our kings carried on war with this people, was to make a grant to certain...conquered; and the lords held them to them and their heirs of the kings of England, as lands purchased by conquest. Such was the origin of Lords Marchers, who...
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