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Unformatted text preview: vol. 1 [c]Caesar, lib. 6. Tacit. ibid. [d]Amm. Marcell. lib. 28. Orosius. [e]Amm. Marcell. lib. 27. cap. 7. lib. 28. cap. 7. [f]Will. Malm. p. 8. [g]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 15. Saxon Chron. p. 13. Nennius, cap. 28. [h]Sax[chon Chronicle, p. 12. Gul. Malm. p. 11. Huntington, lib. 2. p. 309. Ethelwerd. Brompton, p. 728. [i]Chron. Sax. p. 12. Ann. Beverl. p. 49. [k]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 15. Nennius, cap. 35. Gildas, § 23. [l]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 15. Usher, p. 226. Gildas, § 24. [m]Nennius. Galfr. lib. 6. cap. 12. [n]Nennius, cap. 47. Galfr. [o]Stillingfleet’s Orig. Britt. p. 324, 325. [p]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 15. Ethelwerd, p. 833. edit. Camdeni. Chron. Sax. p. 12. Ann. Beverl. p. 78. The inhabitants of Kent and the Isle of Wight were Jutes. Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, Sussex, and all the southern counties to Cornwal, were peopled by Saxons: Mercia and other parts of the kingdom were inhabited by Angles. [q]Chron. Sax. p. 14. Ann. Beverl. p. 81. [r]Saxon. Chron. A. D. 485. Flor. Wigorn. [s]Hen. Huntin. lib. 2. [t]Will. Malm. lib. 1. cap. 1. p. 12. Chron. Sax. p. 15. [u]Chron. Sax. p. 17. [w]H. Hunting. lib. 2. Ethelwerd, lib. 1. Chron. Sax. p. 17. [x]Hunting. lib. 2. [y]Gildas, Saxon Chron. H. Hunting. lib. 2. [z]Math. West. Huntingdon. lib. 2. [a]Chron. Sax. p. 19. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 330 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [b]Will. Malms p. 19. [c]Ann. Bever. p. 78. [d]Gildas. Bede, lib. 1. [e]Milton in Kennet, p. 50. [f]Chron. Sax. p. 21. [g]H. Hunting. lib. 2. [h]Greg. of Tours, lib. 9. cap. 26. H. Hunting. lib. 2. [i]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 25. Brompton, p. 729. [k]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 1. Spell. Conc. p. 91. [l]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 23. [m]Greg. Epist. lib. 9 epist. 56. Spell. Conc. p. 82. [n]Higden, Polychron. lib. 5. Chron. Sax. p. 23. [o]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 25. H. Hunting. lib. 3. Brompton, p. 719. Parker Antiq. Brit. Eccl. p. 61. [p]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 25. Chron. W. Thorn. p. 1759. [q]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 25. H. Hunting. lib. 3. Brompton, p. 729. [r]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 26. [s]Ibid. cap. 26. H. Hunting. lib. 3. [t]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 32. Brompton, p. 732. Spell. Conc. p. 86. [u]Bede, lib. 1 cap. 27. Spell. Conc. p. 97, 98, 99, &c. [w]Augustine asks, “Si mulier menstrua consuetudine tenetur, an ecclesiam intrare ei licet, aut sacrae communionis sacramenta percipere?” Gregory answers, “Santae communionis mysterium in eisdem diebus percipere non debet prohiberi. Si autem ex veneratione magna percipere non praesumitur, laudanda est.” Augustine asks, “Si post illusionem, quae per somnum solet accidere, vel corpus Domini quilibet accipere valeat; vel, si sacerdos sit, sacra mysteria celebrare?” Gregory answers this learned question by many learned distinctions. [x]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 30. Spell. Conc. p. 89. Greg. Epist. lib. 9. epist. 71. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 331 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [y]Chron. Sax. p. 23, 24. [z]H. Hunting. lib. 3. Spell. Conc....
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