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" Will you sell your things here as you bought them there?" " I will not, because what would my labour benefit me? I will sell them here dearer than I bought them there, that I may get some profit, to feed me, my wife, and children."40 That public markets... "
Glimpses of the dark ages; or, Sketches of the social condition of Europe ... - Página 182
por Europe - 1789 - 194 páginas
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The History of the Manners, Landed Property, Government, Laws, Poetry ...

Sharon Turner - 1805 - 520 páginas
...you bought them there ?' " I will not, becaufe *' what would my labour benefit me. I will fell «* them here dearer than I bought them there, that ** I may get fome profit to feed me, my wife, and «« children34," THAT public markets were eftablifhed in various...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons, Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1807 - 499 páginas
...and tin, silver, glass, and such-like." 'Will you sell your things here as you bought them there?' " I will not, because what would my labour benefit me. I will sell them here dearer than 1 bought them there, that I may get some profit, jLo feed me, my wife, and children." 34 That public...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons: Comprising the History ..., Volumen3;Volumen93

Sharon Turner - 1823
...and tin, silver, glass, and suchlike." ' Will you sell your things here as you bought them there ? ' "I will not, because what would my labour benefit me ? I will sell them here 35 See Alfred's account of this voyage in the second volume of this work. 36 3 Gale, 482. 37 Dugd....
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Illustrations of the history of Great Britain

Richard Thomson - 1828
...as you bought them there? — I will not, because what would my labour benefit me ? I will sell them dearer than I bought them there, that I may get some profit to feed me, my wife, and children. " The Saxon markets and their customs have been already alluded to ; and some notice must now be taken...
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Illustrations of the History of Great Britain: An Historical Viel ..., Volumen2

Richard Thomson - 1828
...tin, silver, glass, and such like — Will you sell your things here, as you bought them there? — I will not, because what would my labour benefit me ? I will sell them dearer than I bought them there, that I may get some profit to feed me, my wife, and children. " The...
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Scenes and sketches from English history. (Comm. of gen. lit. and educ., S.P ...

English history - 1833
...silver, glass, and the like." — " Will you sell your goods here as you bought them there ? " " No ; because what would my labour benefit me ? I will sell...I bought them there, that I may get some profit to support me, my wife, and my children." Fur was a very important article of commerce, being greatly...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons from the Earliest Period to the ..., Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1841
...and in, silver, glass, and such like." ' Will you sell your things here as you bought them there 7' " I will not, because what would my labour benefit me...some profit, to feed me, my wife, and children."" That public markets were established in various parts of England in this period, we learn from many...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons from the Earliest Period to the ..., Volumen2

Sharon Turner - 1841
...and in, silver, glass, and such like." 'Will you sell your things here as you bought them there ?' " I will not, because what would my labour benefit me...some profit to feed me, my wife, and children."« We shall state concisely a few customs as to our commercial navigation. At Chester, if ships should...
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The history of British commerce

George Lillie Craik - 1844
...the answer to the next question , — " Will you sell your things here as you bought them Ihere ?" " I will not ; because what would my labour benefit me ? I will sell them here dearer than 1 bought them there, that I may get some profit to feed me, my wife, and children." The silks and other...
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Glimpses of the Dark Ages: Or, Sketches of the Social Condition of Europe ...

1846 - 197 páginas
...shipwreck with the loss of all things, scarcely escaping myself." Neighbour. — " What do you bring us ?" Merchant. — "Skins, silks, costly gems, and gold...following enactments : "If any of the people of Kent buy any thing in the city of London, he must have two or three honest men, or the king's ports' reeve present...
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