The spoils and tribute of the Greeks had quickly disappeared from their open hands, and the warlike profligates demanded new plunder.
"Historic Tales, Vol. 8 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
It was plundered by his soldiers without mercy.
"Historic Tales, vol 10 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
But they reckoned wrongly: the Gauls came down the left bank of the river, plundering and burning as they marched.
"Historic Tales, Volume 11 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
Money paid in order to save a place from being plundered by a hostile force.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Such an opportunity for plunder, and such easy plunder, had never been before.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 9" by Various
You plundered the father and mother, and carried away their children.
"Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers" by Various
Nothing was too vile for the plunderers.
"Saronia" by Richard Short
It was supposed that the natives had carried him off in their retreat, to plunder him at leisure.
"Stories and Legends of Travel and History, for Children" by Grace Greenwood
No cruise came to an end until the company declared themselves satisfied with the amount of plunder taken.
"Great Pirate Stories" by Various
As yet only a house or two had been plundered, but within twenty-four hours Paris might be reduced to ashes.
"My Sword's My Fortune" by Herbert Hayens
Leaking, reeking, nail-sick,
Rolling home again
With their scurvy-rotten seamen
And the plunder of the Main.
"The Queen's Ships" by Cicely Fox Smith
On plunder bent abroad he went
Towards the close of day,
And loitered on the lonely road
Impatient for his prey.
"Jaspar" by Robert Southey
And just it is, this Duke unkind,
Now he has come to die,
In plundered land should hardly find
Sufficient space to lie.
"The Burial of William - the Conqueror" by Robert Fuller Murray
Ay, we will build us crafts galore,
Like Shakespeare's they shall be,
And we will plunder every shore
And every ship at sea.
"A Dream Of Romance" by Maurice Thompson
When Justice rises in her might,
And, from its sheath, with swiftest flight,
Her sword pursues;
What vengeance must o'erwhelm them all!
The plunderers, who, in their fall,
Receive their dues!
"King Kobbena Eljen" by George Hannibal Temple
His scruples thus silenced, Tom felt more at ease,
And went with his comrades the apples to seize;
He blamed and protested, but joined in the plan;
He shared in the plunder, but pitied the man.
"Pity For Poor Africans" by William Cowper
Seafair Pirates to plunder Snoqualmie Railroad Days.
California's Latest Pay Plunder .
The fact is, there is no legal or customary basis to demand the return of anything plundered prior to the turn of the 20th century.
Columnists Mia Katrin The Madoff Plunder .
The Road to Legalized Plunder .
A Convoy Heads for Gori to Investigate Rumors of Plunder .
Disney's buccaneers expect to plunder B.O.
Philly Plutocrats Plunder a Legacy.
Meanwhile, the systematic plundering of archaeological sites continues unabated.
We are told constantly that pieces from the museum and plundered objects are being sold or auctioned in many different cities.
Nearly 1,000 people showed up to the first ever Pirate Plunder Adventure Race in Yakima.
Man plundered cousin's home during robbery.
From Reverence to Rape Hollywood plunders meaning from the Holocaust—again.
The Wonderful Plunderful Pirate Emporium by Calef Brown.
Yung Life Plunders '80s Pop and Makes It Sound New Again.