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" ... in it. Again and again it is repeated, and throughout the code Di fria Fresa, the free Frisian, is invariably used for citizen or inhabitant. Either this characteristic is of an infinite age, or the Oera Linda has cunningly borrowed it, for the Tex... "
The Oera Linda Book: From a Manuscript of the Thirteenth Century - Page 22
1876 - 253 pages
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Studies in the literature of northern Europe

sir Edmund William Gosse - 1879 - 375 pages
...Oera Linda has cunningly borrowed it, for the Tex abounds in such spirited enactments as this : — If any man shall deprive another, even his debtor,...shall grow upon them. It would poison your cattle. There is something ' sans-culottish ' about this. This lawgiver has the soul of a Robespierre. Again...
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Studies in the Literature of Northern Europe

Edmund Gosse - Dutch literature - 1879 - 375 pages
...Oera Linda has cunningly borrowed it, for the Tex abounds in such spirited enactments as this: — If any man shall deprive another, even his debtor,...shall grow upon them. It would poison your cattle. There is something ' sans-culottish ' about this. This lawgiver has the soul of a Kobespierre. Again...
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Studies in the Literature of Northern Europe

Edmund Gosse - Dutch literature - 1879 - 375 pages
...Oera Linda has cunningly borrowed it, for the Tex abounds in such spirited enactments as this: — If any man shall deprive another, even his debtor, of his liberty, let him be to you aa a vile slave ; and I advise you to burn his body and that of his mother in an open place, and bury...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 34

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1876
...Oera Linda has cunningly borrowed it, for the Tex abounds in such spirited enactments as this : — If any man shall deprive another, even his debtor,...and that of his mother in an open place, and bury thorn fifty feet below the ground, so that no grass shall grow upon them. It would poison your cattle....
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