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" He was a Peasant, for he tilled his own land, and claimed no distinction among his free neighbours; but he was also Noble, for there was no hereditary order superior to his... "
Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland - Page 486
by Society of Antiquaries of Scotland - 1878
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Oppressions of the Sixteenth Century in the Islands of Orkney and Zetland ...

David Balfour - Orkney (Scotland) - 1859 - 129 pages
...scholar might trace some curious parallels in the Tenures and treatment of the landowners of Upper India. He was a Peasant, for he tilled his own land, and...there was no hereditary order superior to his own — as an ODALS-MADR with RffiDi, EIGN and S<EMD — Master of his Hou.se/wld, his Goods and his Honour*...
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Oppressions of the sixteenth century in the islands of Orkney and Zetland ...

Orkney - Orkney (Scotland) - 1859 - 129 pages
...scholar might trace some curious parallels in the Tenures and treatment of the landowners of Upper India. He was a Peasant, for he tilled his own land, and claimed no distinction among bis free neighbours ; but he was also Noble, for there was no hereditary order superior to his own...
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Odal rights and feudal wrongs [by D. Balfour].

David Balfour - 1860
...scholar might trace some curious parallels in the Tenures and treatment of the landowners of Upper India. He was a Peasant, for he tilled his own land, and...for there was no hereditary order superior to his own—as an ODALS-MADR with RCEDI, EIGN and SOZMD— Master of his Household, his Goods and his Honour*...
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Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - Scotland - 1878 - 642 pages
...in Europe exactly analogous to this Peasant Noble of Orkney and of Norway. He was a peasant, for lie tilled his own land, and claimed no distinction among his free neighbours ; but he was also a noble, for there was no hereditary order superior to his own." •—Memorial for Orkney. KIRKWALL....
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Shetland and the Shetlanders: Two Lectures Delivered Before the ...

Charles Joseph Galliari Rampini - Shetland (Scotland) - 1884 - 97 pages
...or Udaller and the Thrall. The Udaller was in some respects the equivalent of the English yeoman. " He was a peasant, for he tilled his own land and claimed...Odal-born without disparagement, for he himself was 1 Local Things were also held throughout the islands, at such places as Belting, Aithsting, Lunnasting,...
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Shetland and the Shetlanders, 2 lects., with additions, notes and appendices

Charles Joseph G. Rampini - 1884
...or Udaller and the Thrall. The Udaller was in some respects the equivalent of the English yeoman. " He was a peasant, for he tilled his own land and claimed...order superior to his own. The King might wed the (Mailer's daughter or match his own daughter to the Odal-born without disparagement, for he himself...
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