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" ... of forest laws, imported from the continent, whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the death of a man. In the Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill or chase the king's deer, yet he might start any game, pursue, and... "
History of Great Britain and Ireland - Trang 81
bởi Henry White - 1849
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The Rural Life of England

William Howitt - 1841 - 509 trang
...under William and his immediate successors was monstrous. " In the Saxon times," says Blackstone, " though no man was allowed to kill or chase the king's...deer, yet he might start any game, pursue and kill it on his own estate, but the rigour of those new constitutions vested the sole property of all the game...

Proceedings and Papers, Tập 3-4

Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire - 1851
...the Continent, whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the killing of a man. Tn Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill or...constitutions vested the sole property of all the game in the King alone ; and no man was entitled to disturb any fowl of the air, or any beast of the field,...

Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Tập 3

Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire - 1851
...the Continent, whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the killing of a man. Tn Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill or...constitutions vested the sole property of all the game in the King alone ; and no man was entitled to disturb any fowl of the air, or any beast of the field,...

Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire

Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire - 1852
...the Continent, whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the killing of a man. In Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill or...constitutions vested the sole property of all the game in the King alone ; and no man was entitled to disturb any fowl of the air, or any beast of the field,...

The Etymological Compendium: Or, Portfolio of Origins and Inventions

William Pulleyn - 1853 - 443 trang
...from the continent ; whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the death of a man. In the Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill...But the rigour of these new constitutions vested the property of all the game in England in the king alone ; and no man was allowed to disturb any fowl...

The Treasury of Knowledge and Library Reference

Samuel Maunder - 1853
...from the continent ; whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the death of a man. In the Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill...But the rigour of these new constitutions vested the property of all the game in England in the king alone ; and no man was allowed to disturb any fowl...

An Abridgment of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England: Intended ...

William Blackstone, Sir John Eardley Eardley-Wilmot - 1853 - 338 trang
...severities of the Forest Laws, whereby the slaughter of a beast was made equivalent to the death of a man. In the Saxon times though no man was allowed to kill...game, pursue, and kill it upon his own estate. But these new constitutions vested the property of all the game in England in the King alone ; and no man...

The Student's Blackstone: Commentaries on the Laws of England, in Four Books

William Blackstone - 1869 - 645 trang
...from the continent, whereby the slaughter of a beast was made almost as penal as the death of a man. In the Saxon times, though no man Was allowed to kill...constitutions vested the sole property of all the game ia England in the king alone ; and no man was entitled to disturb any fowl of the air, or any beast...

The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1859
...penalties. Blackstone himself says : — " In the Saxon times, though no one was allowed to kill and chase the king's deer, yet he might start any game, pursue, and kill it upon his own estate." And from the Forest Laws of William I., he further says :— " has sprung a bastard slip, known by...

Stories from English History During the Middle Ages

Maria Hack - 1872 - 304 trang
...subjecting these as well as all the ancient forests of the kingdom, to severe and unreasonable laws. In the Saxon times, though no man was allowed to kill or chase the king's deer, he might start any game, pursue it and kill it on his own estate. But by these new laws the king was...




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