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Cap 9 hoveden p 427 h hunting lib 5 p 357 gervase

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Unformatted text preview: Ethelred, Edgar’s son, must have been short of 1000 ships; yet the Saxon Chronicle, p. 137, says it was the greatest navy that ever had been seen in England. [a]Spell. Conc. p. 432. [b]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Hoveden, p. 406. H. Hunting. lib. 5. p. 356. [c]Chron. Sax. p. 117, 118. W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Hoveden, p. 425, 426. Osberne, p. 112. [d]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Hoveden, p. 425. [e]Gervase, p. 1616. Brompton, p. 864. Flor. Wigorn. p. 606. Chron. Abb. St. Petri de Burgo, p. 27, 28. [f]Abbas Rieval. p. 360, 361. Spell. Conc. p. 476, 477, 478. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 341 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [g]Chron. Sax. p. 118. W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Seldeni Spicileg. ad Eadm. p. 149, 157. [h]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Osberne, p. 3. Diceto, p. 457. Higden, p. 265, 267, 268. Spell. Conc. p. 481. [i]Osberne, p. 111. [k]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Higden, p. 268. [l]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. Hoveden, p. 426. Brompton, p. 865, 866. Flor. Wigorn. p. 606. Higden, p. 268. [m]Chron. Sax. p. 116. H. Hunting. lib. 5. p. 356. Brompton, p. 865. [n]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 8. [o]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 6. Brompton, p. 838. [p]Hoveden, p. 427. Eadmer, p. 3. [q]Eadmer, ex edit. Seldeni, p 3. [r]W. Malm. lib. 2. cap. 9. Hoveden, p. 427. Osberne, p. 113. [s]Chron. Sax. p. 123. W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 9. Hoveden, p. 427. Brompton, p. 870. Flor. Wigorn, p. 607. [t]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 9. [u]W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 9. Osberne, p. 112. Gervase, p. 1647. Brompton, p. 870. Higden, p. 269. [w]Chron. Sax. p. 124. W. Malmes. lib. 2. cap. 9. Hoveden, p. 427. H. Hunting. lib. 5. p. 357. Gervase, p. 1647. Brompton, p. 870. Flor. Wigorn. p. 607. Higden, p. 269. Chron. Abb. St. Petri de Burgo, p. 29. [x]Chron. Sax. p. 124. [y]Chron. Sax. p. 126. [z]Chron. Sax. p. 127. W. Malm. p. 62. Higden, p. 270. [a]Chron. Sax. p. 128. W. Malm. p. 62. [b]Hoveden, p. 429. Chron. Mailr. p. 153. [c]H. Hunt. p. 359. Higden, p. 271. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 342 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [d]Dudo, ex edit. Duchesne, p. 70, 71. Gul. Gemeticenis, lib. 2. cap. 2, 3. [e]Dudo, p. 71. Gul. Gem. in epist. ad Gul. Conq. [f]Gul. Gemet. lib. 2. cap. 6. [g]Dudo, p. 82. [h]Ypod. Neust. p. 417. [i]Gul. Gemet. lib. 2. cap. 17. [k]Gul. Gemet. lib. 2. cap. 19, 20, 21. [l]Order. Vitalis, p. 459. Gul. Gemet. lib. 4. cap. 1. [m]Order. Vitalis, p. 459. [n]Wallingford, p. 547. [NOTE [D]]Almost all the ancient historians speak of this massacre of the Danes as if it had been universal, and as if every individual of that nation throughout England had been put to death. But the Danes were almost the sole inhabitants in the kingdoms of Northumberland and East Anglia, and were very numerous in Mercia. This representation therefore of the matter is absolutely impossible. Great resistance must have been made, and violent wars ensued; which was not the case. T...
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