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Unformatted text preview: Gervase, p. 1408. Epist. St. Thom. p. 704, 705, 706, 707, 792, 793, 794. Benedict. Abbas, p. 70. [f]Epist. 45. lib. 5. [g]Hist. Quad. p. 103. Epist. St. Thom. p. 682. Gervase, p. 1412. [h]Epist. St. Thom. p. 708. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 370 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [i]Epist. St. Thom. p. 837, 839. [k]Fitz-Steph. p. 65. [l]Epist. St. Thom. p. 345. [m]Fitz-Steph. p. 74. [n]Epist. St. Thom. p. 818, 848. [o]Gervase, p. 1414. Parker, p. 207. [p]M. Paris, p. 86. Brompton, p. 1065. Benedict. Abbas, p. 10. [q]Hist. Quad. p. 144. Trivet, p. 55. [r]Ypod. Neust. p. 447. M. Paris, p. 87. Diceto, p. 556. Gervase, p. 1419. [s]Hist. Quad. p. 143. [t]Hoveden, p. 526. M. Paris, p. 87. [u]Hoveden, p. 526. Epist. St. Thom. p. 863. [w]Chron. Gervase, p. 1399. M. Paris, p. 74. [x]Neubr. p. 391. M. Paris, p. 74. Heming. p. 494. [y]Hoveden, p. 527. [z]M. Paris, p. 67. Girald. Cambr. Spelm. Concil. vol. ii. p. 51. Rymer, vol. i. p. 15. [a]Girald. Cambr. p. 760. [b]Spencer, vol. vi. [c]Girald. Cambr. p. 760. [d]Ibid. p. 761. [e]Ibid. p. 761. [f]Ibid. p. 761, 762. [g]Girald. Cambr. p. 766. [h]Ibid. p. 767. [i]Girald. Cambr. p. 733. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 371 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [k]Ibid. p. 770. [l]Ibid. p. 775. [m]Brompton, p. 1069. Neubrig. p. 403. [n]Girald. Cambr. p. 778. [o]M. Paris, p. 88. Benedict. Abb. p. 34. Hoveden, p. 529. Diceto, p. 560. Chron. Gerv. p. 1422. [p]Brompton, p. 1071. Liber. Nig. Scac. p. 47. [q]Ypod. Neust. p. 448. Bened. Abb. p. 38. Hoveden, p. 532. Diceto, p. 562. Brompton, p. 1081. Rymer, vol. i. p. 33. [r]Chron. Gerv. p. 1463. [s]Hoveden, p. 529. Diceto, p. 560. Brompton, p. 1080. Chron. Gerv. p. 1421. Trivet, p. 58. It appears from Madox’s History of the Exchequer, that silk garments were then known in England, and that the coronation robes of the young king and queen cost eighty-seven pounds ten shillings and four pence, money of that age. [t]Girald. Cambr. p. 782. [u]Epist. Petri Bles. epist. 136. in Biblioth. Patr. tom. xxiv. p. 1048. His words are, Vestrae jurtsdictionis est regnum Angliae, et quantum ad feudatorii juris obligationem, vobis duntaxat obnoxius teneor. The same strange paper is in Rymer, vol. i. p. 35. and Trivet, vol. i. p. 62. [w]Neubrig, p. 413. [x]Chron. Gerv. p. 1461. [y]Petr. Bles. epist. 47. [z]Diceto, p. 570. [a]Hoveden, p. 539. [b]Ibid. p. 536. Brompton, p. 1088. [c]Hoveden, p. 536. [d]Hoveden, p. 533. Brompton, p. 1084. Neubr. p. 508. [e]Hoveden, p. 537. [f]Heming. p. 501. PLL v5 (generated January 22, 2010) 372 http://oll.libertyfund.org/title/695 Online Library of Liberty: The History of England, vol. 1 [g]Hoveden, p. 539. [h]Brompton, p. 1096. [i]Diceto, p. 578. [k]Brompton, p. 1096. Neubrig. p. 411. Heming. p. 503. [l]Rymer, vol. i. p. 35. Bened. Abb. p. 88. Hoveden, p. 540. Diceto, p. 583. Brompton, p. 1098. Heming. p. 505. Chron. Dunst. p. 3...
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