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Stern, however, appears to have been anciently synonymous to rudder.

Anciently, in the case of a common misfortune, the representative was put to death.

In France they anciently had the bell and the crier (the Roman præco).

There was one anciently at Thorn, about which a ballad and legend exist.

Anciently, we know that recourse was had to both of these systems.

The castle was anciently called Dunchine, or the Fort of the Chasm.

Circumcision, we may remark, was anciently performed with stone.

Anciently, it had been to Europe what cotton was to the Mexico of the Aztecs.

Jebilee seems to have had anciently some convenience for shipping.

At the coming out of the house is a descent, where was anciently the scala sancta.

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