These are the dooms which Hlothhære and Eadric, Kings of the Kentishmen, Established 673-686.
Hlothhære and Eadric, kings of the Kentishmen, augmented the laws, which their elders
had before made, by these dooms, which hereafter say:
1. If any one's esne slay a man of an Eorl's degree, whoever it
be, let the owner pay with three hundred shillings, give up the slayer, and add three manwyrths
2. If the slayer escape, let him add a fourth manwyrth, and let
him prove, with good aewdas, that he could not obtain the slayer.
3. If any one's esne slay a freeman, whoever it be, let the
owner pay with a hundred shillings, give up the slayer, and a second manwyrth
4. If the slayer escape, let the owner pay for him with two manwyrths;
and let him prove, with good aewdas, that he could not obtain the slayer.
5. If a freeman steal a man; if the man return, and denounce him
before the stermelda; let him clear himself, if he be able, and let him have the
number of free aewda-men, and one with (himself) in the oath, each at the tun
to which he belongs; if he be unable, let him pay. . .
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16. If any Kentish-man buy a chattel in Lundenwic, let him then have
two or three true men to witness, or the king's wic-reeve. If it be afterwards
claimed of the man in Kent, let him then vouch the man who sold it to him to warranty, in
the wic at the king's hall, if he know him, and can bring him to the warranty; if
he can not do that, let him prove at the altar, with one of his witnesses or with the
king's wic-reeve, that he bought the chattel openly in the wic, with his own
property, and then let him be paid its worth; but if he can not prove that by lawful
averment, let him give it up, and let the owner take possession of it.
see the glossary, or
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I'm told by Anglian that the section I've got marked as missing is available, in the original, in Lieberman's "Gesetze Der Angelsachsen" and that there are translations from the 1960s. So, if I can't find an out of copyright translation, it looks like I need to dig out the A-S dictionary and find what's left of my brain.