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" ... concerning the terms whereon we should fight, as also the place. To our seconds we gave power for their appointments, who agreed we should go to Antwerp, from thence to Bergen-op-Zoom, where in the mid-way but a village divides the States' territories... "
Peerage of England. ... - Page 154
by Arthur Collins - 1812
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Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution, Volume 1

Scotland - 1858
...near Bergeu-op-Zoom, ' where but a village divides the States' territories from the archduke's .... to the end that, having ended, he that could, might...country by retiring into the dominion not offended.' In the preliminary arrangements, some humane articles were agreed upon, probably by the influence of...
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The Romance of Duelling in All Times and Countries, Volume 1

Andrew Steinmetz - Dueling - 1868
...selected to the end that, having finished the matter in hand, the party who was able might quickly exempt himself from the justice of the country by retiring into the dominion whose laws were noli offended, there being in that locality only a village dividing the States' territories...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Rebellion of 1745

Robert Chambers - Scotland - 1885 - 416 pages
...spot near Bergenop-Zoom, ' where but a village divides the States' territories from the Archduke's ... to the end that, having ended, he that could, might...country by retiring into the dominion not offended.' In the preliminary arrangements, some humane articles were agreed upon, probably by the influence of...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of ...

Sussex Archaeological Society - Archaeology - 1894
...the States territories from the Arch-Dukes and there was the destined stage, to the end That haring ended, he that could might presently exempt himself...slip, that then the combat should cease and he whose ill-fortune had so subjected him, was to acknowledge his life to have been in the other's hands. But...
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The Guardian

John Calhoun Stephens - Literary Collections - 1982 - 825 pages
...-op -zoom, where in the mid-way but a Village divides the States's Territories from theArch-Duke's.[ And there was the destined Stage, to the end, that...ill Fortune had so subjected him, was to acknowledge his Life to have been in the other's Hands. But in case one Party's Sword should break, because that...
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