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Unformatted text preview: ]Fleetwood’s Chron. Pretiosum, p. 27, 28, & c. [i]LL. Inae, § 69. [k]Wilkins, p. 66. [l]Ibid. p. 126. [m]Ibid. [n]LL. Inae, § 38. [o]P. 121. [p]Hist. Rames. p. 415. [q]Hist. Eliens. p. 473. [r]Hist. Eliens. p. 471. [s]Wilkins, p. 126. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 351 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [t]Wilkins, p. 56. [u]Monast. Anglic. vol. ii. p. 528. [w]Mat. Paris. [x]Fleetwood, p. 83, 94, 96, 98. [y]P. 157. [z]LL. Aelf. § 37. apud Wilkins, p. 43. [a]Wilkins, p. 83. [b]Ibid. p. 96, 97. Spell. Conc. p. 473. [c]Gul. Pict. p. 202. [d]Gul. Pictav. p. 205. Order. Vitalis, p. 502. Hoveden, p. 449. Knyghton, p. 2343. [e]Gul. Pictav. p. 204. [f]Ibid. [g]Hoveden, p. 450. Flor. Wigorn. p. 634. [h]Gul. Pict. p. 205. Ord. Vital. p. 503. [i]Gul. Pictav. p. 205. [k]Ibid. [l]Eadmer, p. 6. [m]Order. Vital. p. 503. [n]Malmesbury, p. 271, says, that he also promised to govern the Normans and English by equal laws; and this addition to the usual oath seems not improbable, considering the circumstances of the times. [o]Gul. Pict. p. 206. Order Vitalis, p. 503. [p]Gul. Pictav. p. 208. Order. Vital. p. 506. [q]Gul. Pict. 206. [r]Ibid. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 352 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [s]Gul. Gemet. p. 288. Chron. Sax. p. 189. M. West. p. 226. M. Paris, p. 9. Diceto, p. 482. This convent was freed by him from all episcopal jurisdiction. Monast. Ang. tom. 1. p. 311, 312. [t]Gul. Pict. p. 208. Order. Vital. p. 506. [u]P. 211, 212. [w]As the historian chiefly insists on the silver plate, his panegyrics on the English magnificence shows only how incompetent a judge he was of the matter. Silver was then of ten times the value, and was more than twenty times more rare than at present; and consequently, of all species of luxury, plate must have been the rarest. [x]P. 212. [y]Order. Vital. p. 507. [z]Gul. Gemet. p. 289. Order. Vital. p. 508. Anglia Sacra, vol. i. p. 245. [a]Hoveden, p. 450. M. West. p. 226. Sim. Dunelm. p. 197. [b]Chron. Sax. p. 173. This fact is a full proof, that the Normans had committed great injustice, and were the real cause of the insurrections of the English. [c]Hoveden, p. 450. Sim. Dunelm. p. 197. Alur. Beverl. p. 127. [d]Order. Vital. p. 510. [e]Ibid. [f]Ibid. [g]Order. Vital. p. 511. [h]Order. Vital. p. 511. [i]Ibid. [k]Ibid. [l]Ibid. [m]Order. Vital. p. 508. M. West. p. 225. M. Paris, p. 4. Sim. Dun. p. 197. [n]Order. Vitalis, p. 512. [o]Gul. Gemet. p. 290. Order. Vital. p. 513. Anglia Sacra, vol. i. p. 246. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 353 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [p]Order. Vital. p. 512. Chron. de Mailr. p. 116. Hoveden, p. 450. M. Paris, p. 5. Sim. Dun. p. 198. [q]Order. Vital. p. 512. [r]Order. Vital. p. 513. Hoveden, p. 451. [s]Ingulf. p. 71. Chron. Abb. St. Petri de Burgo, p. 47. [t]Order. Vital. p. 514. [u]Hoveden, p. 451. Ch...
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