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The king had no choice but to rely on these men for their cooperation and support, which was to some extent ensured by their attendance at the royal council, the Witan, where laws were deliberated upon and promulgated. The letter is to Cather from Agnes Thompson of Lawrence, Kansas, dated 31 January 1928: This would have been a double pleasure for Cather: a photo to remind her of her portrait of Kit Carson in and a letter from a grateful and obviously satisfied reader. In all cases, the organist is Jankees Braaksma, founder and leader of the Netherlands-based medieval music group Ensemble Super Librum.

Pages: 210

Publisher: Multnomah (March 13, 2010)

ISBN: B0036S4DVA

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