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An imperial ukase ordered that all the serfs in certain of the Russian states, between the ages of 30 and 35, should be enrolled.
The aspect of the serfs, just returned from the fields, was no less wretched than that of their hovels.
Yes, notwithstanding you could have chosen from the serfs of the seigniory a companion who would not have been deformed.
But the artisan serfs, instead of returning every evening to their respective villages, no longer left the castle.
There were then but two classes—the common people, serfs, peasants and bourgeois or townsmen; and nobles, knights and seigneurs.
The latter had just reached the age of knighthood, a glorious event, so dearly paid for by the serfs of the seigniory.
These sallies of Perrette and Corentin completed the conversion of those serfs who still hesitated.
Perchance, those bourgeois revolts might lead to revolts among the serfs of the field.
Serfs and bourgeois united would not be long in crushing the seigniories.
The serfs pillaged and set on fire all the houses of the bourgeois that they succeeded in capturing.

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