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" French that they might bury their Merchant in hallowed Ground, and in the Chapel of that Isle; offering a Present to the French of such Commodities as they had aboard. Whereto (with Condition that they should not come ashore with any Weapon, not so much... "
Cęsarea: or, An account of Jersey. To which are added, Notes and ... - Page 64
by Philip Falle - 1837
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Auntient lere, a selection of aphoristical and preceptive passages from the ...

Ancient learning - 1812 - 322 pages
...condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no not so much as with a knife) the Frenchmen yielded. Then did the Flemings put a coffin into their boat, not filled with a dead carcase, but with swords, targets, and harquebusses. The French received them at their landing, and...
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The History of the World: In Five Books. Viz. Treating of the ..., Volume 4

Sir Walter Raleigh - Guiana - 1820 - 622 pages
...condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no, not so much as with a knife,) the Frenchmen yielded. Then did the Flemings put a coffin into their boat, not filled with a dead carcase, but with swords, targets, and harquebusses. The French received them at their landing, and...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volume 3

Reuben Percy - Anecdotes - 1826 - 382 pages
...should come on shore without any weapon, not even so much as a knife. Matters being thus far arranged, the Flemings put a coffin into their boat, not filled with a dead carcase, but with swords, targets, and harquebusses. The French received them at their landing ; and...
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A Brief Description and Historical Notices of the Island of Jersey,: With ...

Jersey - 1832 - 146 pages
...commodities as they had aboard. Whereto (with •' condition that they should not come ashore with any " weapon, not so much as with a knife) the French...with a dead carcass, but with swords, targets and " harquebusses. The French received them at their land" ing, and searched every one of them so narrowly...
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The Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Aldernay, &c. (the Results of a Two ...

Henry David Inglis - Channel Islands - 1834 - 318 pages
...as they bad. on board. Whereto, with condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no, not so much as with a knife, — the French yielded. Then did the Flemings put a coffin in their boat, not filled with a dead carcase, but with swords, targets, and harquebuzes. The French...
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The Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Aldernay, &c. (the Results of a Two ...

Henry David Inglis - Channel Islands - 1834 - 330 pages
...as they had on board. Whereto, with condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no, not so much as with a knife, — the French yielded. Then did the Flemings put a coffin in their boat, not filled with a dead carcase, but with swords, targets. and harquebuzes. The French...
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Dolman's magazine [ed. by M.G. Keon and E. Price]., Volume 4

Miles Gerald Keon - 1846 - 608 pages
...board; whereto, with condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no not so much as a knife, the French yielded. Then did the Flemings put a coffin in their boat, not filled with a dead carcase, but with swords, targets, and harquebezes. The French...
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The Home friend, a weekly miscellany of amusement and instruction, Volume 2

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1855 - 592 pages
...that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no, not so much as a knife, the French consented. Then did the Flemings put a coffin into their boat, not filled with a dead body, but with swords and harquebuses. The French, having searched every one of them so narrowly that...
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A Farmer's Vacation

George Edwin Waring (Jr.) - Brittany (France) - 1876 - 268 pages
...commodities as they had aboard. Whereto (with condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no not so much as with a knife) the French yielded. Then...French received them at their Landing, and searching everyone of them so narrowly as they could not hide a Penknife, gave them leave to draw their Coffin...
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An English Garner: Nineteen years' captivity in the kingdom of Conde Uda in ...

Edward Arber - English literature - 1877 - 668 pages
...condition that they should not come ashore with any weapon, no, not so much as with a knife) the Frenchmen yielded. Then did the Flemings put a coffin into their boat: not filled with a dead carcase; but with swords, targets [shields] and harquebusses. The French received them at their landing;...
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