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Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — volume 03

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Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — volume 03
Lytton Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron
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And one low sob was heard, and it came from the breast of Alred themeek accuser, --God's firm but gentle priest.
CHAPTER IV.
This memorable trial ended, as the reader will have forseen, in theformal renewal of Sweyn's outlawry, and the formal restitution of theEarl Godwin and his other sons to their lands and honours, withdeclarations imputing all the blame of the late dissensions to theforeign favourites, and sentences of banishment against them, exceptonly, by way of a bitter mockery, some va
...rlets of low degree, such asHumphrey Cock's-foot, and Richard son of Scrob. [92] The return to power of this able and vigorous family was attended withan instantaneous effect upon the long-relaxed strings of the imperialgovernment. Macbeth heard, and trembled in his moors; Gryffyth ofWales lit the fire-beacon on moel and craig. Earl Rolf was banished, but merely as a nominal concession to public opinion; his kinship toEdward sufficed to restore him soon, not only to England, but to thelordship of the Marches, and thither was he sent, with adequate force, against the Welch, who had half-repossessed themselves of the bordersthey harried.

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