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Unformatted text preview: 269. [b]M. Paris, p. 159. M. West. p. 270. [c]M. Paris, p. 159. [d]Ann. Waverl. p. 170. Ann. Marg. p. 14. [e]M. Paris, p. 162. M. West. p. 270, 271. [f]Ann. Waverl. p. 171. [g]M. Paris, p. 161. M. West. p. 270. [h]M. Paris, p. 161. M. West. p. 271. [i]M.Paris, p. 163. M. West. p. 271. [k]M. Paris, p. 162. [l]M. West. p. 271. [m]Rymer, vol. 1. p. 166. M. Paris, p. 163. Annal. Burt. p. 268. [n]Rymer, vol. i. p. 170. M. Paris, p. 163. [o]Rymer, vol. i. p. 176. M. Paris, p. 165. [p]M. Paris, p. 165. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 56. [q]Trivet, p. 160. [r]M. Paris, p. 166. [s]M. Paris, p. 166. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 59. Trivet, p. 157. [t]M. Paris, p. 166. [u]M. Paris, p. 166. [w]M. Paris, p. 167. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 380 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [x]M. Paris, p. 166. Ann. Waverl. p. 178. [y]M. Paris, p. 166. [z]Queen Eleanor died in 1203 or 1204. [a]Chron. Mailr. p. 188. T. Wykes, p. 36. Ann. Waverl. p. 181. W. Heming. p. 557. [b]M. Paris, p. 167. [c]Ibid. p. 175. [d]Ibid. p. 176. [e]M. Paris, p. 176. M. West. p. 273. [f]Rymer, vol. i. p. 197. [g]Rymer, vol. i. p. 200. Trivet, p. 162. T. Wykes, p. 37. M. West. p. 273. [h]Rymer, vol. i. p. 184. [i]Ibid. [k]Ibid. p. 196, 197. [l]M. Paris, p. 176. [m]M. Paris, p. 177. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 71. [n]M. Paris, p. 177. [o]Rymer, vol. i. p. 200. [p]Rymer, vol. i. p. 201. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 73. [q]This seems a very strong proof that the house of commons was not then in being; otherwise the knights and burgesses from the several counties could have given into the lords a list of grievances, without so unusual an election. [r]M. Paris, p. 181. [s]M. Paris, p. 182. [t]Ibid. p. 183. [u]Ibid. [w]M. Paris, p. 183. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 72. Chron. Mailr. p. 188. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 381 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [x]M. Paris, p. 183. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 73. [y]Rymer, vol. i. p. 203, 204, 205, 208. M. Paris, p. 184, 185, 187. [z]M. Paris, p. 189. [a]Rymer, vol. i. p. 211. M. Paris, p. 192. [b]M. Paris, p. 187. [c]M. Paris, p. 194. M. West. p. 275. [d]M. Paris, p. 193. Chron. Dunst. vol. 1. p. 74. [e]M. Paris, p. 195. [f]Ibid. p. 198. Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 75, 76. [g]W. Heming. p. 559. [h]M. Paris, p. 199. M. West. p. 277. [i]Chron. Dunst. vol. i. p. 78. [k]P. 169. [l]M. Paris, 170. [m]L’Esprit de Loix. Dr. Robertson’s History of Scotland. [n]Padre Paolo Hist. Conc. Trid. [o]Tacit. de Mor. Germ. [p]Lib. Feud. lib. 1. tit. 1. [q]Marculf. Form. 47. apud Lindenbr. p. 1238. [r]The ideas of the feudal government were so rooted, that even lawyers, in those ages, could not form a notion of any other constitution. Regnum (says Bracton, lib. 2. cap. 34.) quod ex comitabus & baronibus dicitur esse constitutum. [s]Coke Comm. on Lit. p. 1, 2, ad sect. 1. [t]Somner of Gavelk. p. 109. Smith de Rep. lib. 3. cap. 10. [u]Du Cange Gloss. in verb. Par. Cujac. Commun. in Lib. Feud. lib...
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