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Unformatted text preview: p. 523. He says 1060 pounds and some odd shillings and pence a-day [u]Fortescue, de Dom. reg. & politic. cap. 111. [w]Malmes. p. 3. H. Hunt. p. 731. Anglia Sacra, vol. i. p. 258. [x]M. West. p. 230. Anglia Sacra, vol. i. p. 258. [y]Hoveden, p. 600. [z]H. Hunt. p. 370. Brompton, p. 980. [a]So late as the reign of king Stephen, the earl of Albemarle, before the battle of the Standard, addressed the officers of his army in these terms, Proceres Angliae clarissimi, & genere Normanni, &c. Brompton, p. 1026. See farther Abbas Rieval, p. 339, &c. All the barons and military men of England still called themselves Normans. [NOTE [K]]Ingulf, p. 70. H. Hunt. p. 370, 372. M. West. p. 225. Gul. Neub. p. 357. Alured. Beverl. p. 124. De gest. Angl. p. 333. M. Paris. p. 4. Sim. Dun. p. 206. Brompton, p. 962, 980, 1161. Gervase Tilb. lib. i. cap. 16. Textus Roffensis apud Seld. Spicileg. ad Eadm. p. 197. Gul. Pict. p. 206. Ordericus Vitalis, p. 521, 666, 853. Epist. St. Thom. p. 801. Gul. Malmes. p. 52, 57. Knyghton, p. 2354. Edmer, p. 110. Thom. Rudborne in Ang. Sacra, vol. i. p. 248. Monach. Roff. in Ang. Sacra, vol. ii. p. 276. Girald. Camb. in eadem, vol. ii. p. 413. Hist. Elyensis, p. 516. The words of this last historian, who is very ancient, are remarkable, and worth transcribing. Rex itaque factus Willielmus, quid in principes Anglorum, qui tantae cladi superesse poterant, fecerit, dicere, cum nihil prosit, omitto. Quid enim prodesset, si nec unum in toto regno de illis dicerem pristina potestate uti permissum, sed omnes aut in gravem paupertatis aerumnam detrusos, aut exhaeredatos, patria pulsos, aut effossis oculis, vel caeteris amputatis membris, opprobrium hominum factos, aut certe miserrime afflictos, vita privatos. Simili modo utilitate carere existimo dicere quid in minorem populum, non solum ab eo, sed a suis actum sit, cum id dictu sciamus difficile, et ob immanem crudelitatem fortassis incredibile. [b]W. Malmes. p. 120. M. Paris, p. 10. [c]Chron. Sax. p. 192. Brompton, p. 983. [d]W. Malmes. p. 120. M. Paris, p. 10. Thom. Rudborne, p. 263. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 357 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [e]Hoveden, p. 461. [f]Order. Vitalis, p. 666. [g]Chron. Sax. p. 195. Order. Vital. p. 668. [h]Chron. Sax. p. 197. W. Malm. p. 121. Hoveden, p. 462. M. Paris, p. 11. Annal. Waverl. p. 137. W. Heming. p. 463. Sim. Dunelm. p. 216. Brompton, p. 986. [i]Gul. Tyrius, lib. i. cap. 11. M. Paris, p. 17. [k]Gul. Tyrius, lib. i. cap. 13. [l]Concil. tom. x. Concil. Clarom. Matth. Paris, p. 16. M. West. p. 233. [m]Historia Bell. Sacri, tom. i. Musaei Ital. [n]Hist. Bell. Sacri, tom. 1. Mus. Ital. Order. Vital. p. 721. [o]Order. Vital. p. 720. [p]Order. Vital. p. 720. [q]W. Malm. p. 133. [r]Vertot Hist. de Chev. de Malte, vol. i. p. 46. [s]Sim. Dunelm. p. 222. [t]Matth. Paris, p. 17. [u]Matth. Paris, p. 20, 21. [w]Padre Paolo Hist. delle benef. ecclesiast. p. 128. [x]W. Malm....
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