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" But the English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered. In all the world- wide struggle between Rome and the German invaders, no land was so stubbornly fought for, or so hardly won. The conquest of Britain... "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 197
1879
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1875 - 847 pages
...overcame ; and the fair hair of the Lombard is now all but unknown in Lombardy. But the English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people...world-wide struggle between Rome and the German invaders Sic. II. 'IMF ENGLISH CONQUEST 449 607Exter mination of the Britona. Sre. IITHK ENGLISH CONQUEST 449607....
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1877 - 847 pages
...overcame; and the fair hair of the Lombard is now all but snknown in Lombardy. But the English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered. In *; d*e world-wide struggle between Rome and the German invaders r HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE. Sic....
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The Celts. (Conversion of the West).

George Frederick Maclear - 1878
...the fair hair of the Lombard is now all but unknown in Lombardy. But the English conquest of Britain was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people...land was so stubbornly fought for or so hardly won. But it was just through the long and merciless nature of the struggle that of all the German conquests...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1878 - 823 pages
...overcame; and the fair hair of the Lombard is now all but unknown in Lombardy. But the English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered. Li all the world-wide struggle between Rome and the German invaders no land was so stubbornly fought...
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English (The Granville) history readers, Issue 4

Thomas J. Livesey - 1881
...overcame ; and the fair hair of the Lombard is now all but unknown in Lombardy But the English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered. In all the world- wide struggle between Rome and the German invaders, no land was so stubbornly fought for, or...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1884 - 823 pages
...overcame ; and the fair hair of the Lombard is now all but unknown in Lombardy. But the English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people...conquered. In all the world-wide struggle between Home and the German invaders no land was so stubbornly fought for or so hardly won. The conquest of...
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A History of Cumberland

Richard Saul Ferguson - Cumberland (England) - 1890 - 312 pages
...from their lurking-places, to be cut down or enslaved by their conquerors. . . . The English conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered.* * "A Short History of the 'English People," by JR Green, MA London : Macmillan and Co., 1874, p. 9....
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The Stiles Family in America: Genealogies of the Massachusetts Family ...

Mary A. Stiles Paul Guild - 1892 - 683 pages
...conquest, J. Richard Green, thus speaks in his History of the. English People ; " The English Conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered. It was, indeed, only partly wrought out after two centuries of bitter warfare. But it was just through...
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A Short History of the English People, Volume 4

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1894 - 872 pages
...fifty years was a sheer dispossession and clnvingTjacTcof the people whom the English conquered. In the world-wide struggle between Rome and the German...only partly wrought out after two centuries of bitter wajjare. But it was just through the long and merciless nature of the struggle that of all the German...
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The Stiles Family in America: Genealogies of the Connecticut Family ...

Henry Reed Stiles - 1895 - 782 pages
...conquest, J. Richard Green, thus speaks in his Hixtory of the English People: "The English Conquest was a sheer dispossession and slaughter of the people whom the English conquered. It was, indeed, only partly wrought out after two centuries of bitter warfare. But it was just through...
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