Freóh ǽlces weoruldcundes þeówetes búton þreom þingum án is circsceat and ðæt hé mid eallum cræfte twuga on geáre [wyrce ?] ǽne tó mǽþe and óðre síþe tó rípe
free from every secular service except three things; one is church scot, and (the other two) that he [work] with all his might twice a-year, once at hay-harvest, the other time at corn-harvest,
- Cod. Dip. Kmbl. ii. 400, 30.
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