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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

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And Alexander met with that island when he was travelling over the earth and conquering it, and Dindymus was then king over it. In the world are no men more righteous than the folk of that island, and (therefore) there is never either thunder, or lightning, or storm, or warfare, or tribulation therein, and they are grateful for their life, for they think that they are dear to God. And not for judgments nor for justice is there a king over them, but only that they may be in obedience to a king.