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Unformatted text preview: p. 83. Bede, lib. 1. Greg. Epist. lib. 9. epist. 6. [a]Bede, lib. 1. cap. 27. [b]Will. Malm. p. 10. [c]Wilkins Leges Sax. p. 13. [d]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 5. [e]Ibid. cap. 6. Chron. Sax. p. 26. Higden, lib. 5. [f]Brompton, p. 739. [g]Will. Malm. p. 11. [h]Higden, lib. 5. [i]Chron. Sax. p. 52. [k]Will. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 1. p. 11. [l]Brompton, p. 779. [m]Trivet. apud Spell. Conc. p. 111. [n]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 2. W. Malmes, lib. 1. cap. 3. [o]W. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 3. H. Hunting. lib. 3. Bede. [p]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 12. Brompton, p. 781. [q]Chron. Sax. p. 27. [r]Gul. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 3. [s]H. Hunting. lib. 3. [t]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 9. [u]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 9. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 3. [w]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 13. Brompton, Higden, lib. 5. [x]Matth. West. p. 114. Chron. Sax. p. 29. [y]W. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 3. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 332 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [z]Bede, lib. 2. cap. 20. [a]Bede, lib. 3. cap. 9. [b]Hugo Candidus, p. 4. says that he was treacherously murdered by his queen, by whose persuasion he had embraced Christianity; but this account of the matter is found in that historian alone. [c]Bede, lib. 5. [d]Chron. Sax. p. 59. [e]Brompton, p. 750, 751, 752. [f]Spell. Conc. p. 308. Brompton, p. 776. [g]Spell. Conc. p. 230, 310, 312. [h]Higden, lib. 5. [i]Ingulph. p. 5. W. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 4. [k]Lib. 1. cap. 4. [l]Chron. Sax. p. 65. [m]Dupin, cent. 8. chap. 4. [n]Offa, in order to protect his country from Wales, drew a rampart or ditch of a hundred miles in length from Basinwerke in Flintshire to the South-sea near Bristol. See Speed’s Description of Wales. [o]Ingulph. p. 6. [p]Ingulph. p. 7. Brompton, p. 776. [q]Ingulph. p. 7. [r]Ann. Beverl. p. 87. [s]Chron. Sax. p. 24. [t]Lib. 2. cap. 5. [u]H. Hunting. lib. 3. Brompton, p. 738, 743. Bede. [w]Malmes, lib. 1. cap. 6. [x]Brompton, p. 800. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 333 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [y]Chron. Sax. p. 22. [z]Higden, lib. 5. Chron. Sax. p. 15. Ann. Beverl. p. 94. [a]Bede, lib. 4. cap. 12. Chron. Sax. p. 41. [b]Higden, lib. 5. W. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 2. [c]W. Malmes. lib. 1. cap. 2. [d]Chron. Sax. p. 16. [e]H. Hunting. lib. 4. [f]Lib. 2. cap. 11. [g]Higden, lib. 5. M. West. p. 152. Asser. in vita Alfredi, p. 3. ex edit. Camdeni. [h]Chron. Sax. A. D. 800. Brompton, p. 801. [i]Chron. Sax. p. 69. [k]Ethelwerd, lib. 3. cap. 2. [l]Ibid. lib. 3. cap. 3. [m]Ingulph. p. 7, 8, 10. [n]Chron. Sax. p. 71. [o]Chron. Sax. p. 71. [p]These abuses were common to all the European churches; but the priests in Italy, Spain and Gaul, made some atonement for them by other advantages, which they rendered society. For several ages, they were almost all Romans, or, in other words, the ancient natives; and they preserved the Roman language and laws, with some remains of the former civility. But the priests in the Heptarchy, after the first missionari...
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