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Aganippus, a Gaulish king, marries Cordeilla, daughter of king
Leir, iv. 15. Restores her father to his throne, 16. Agatha, Decree of the council there, concerning divorce, ii. 224. Agricola, Son of Severianus, spreads the Pelagian doctrine in Bri
tain, iv. 90. Aidan, a Scotch Bishop, sent for by Oswald, to settle religion, iv.
133. Has his episcopal seat at Lindisfarne, ibid. Dies for grief of the murder of Orwin, 135. Alaric, takes Rome from the emperor Honorius, iv. 79. Alban, of Verplain, with others, suffers martyrdom under Diocle
fian, iv. 72. Albanact, one of the three sons of Brutus, that has Albania, now
Scotland, for his share in the kingdom, iv. II. Albert, said to have shared the kingdom of the East-angles with
Humbeanna after Elfwald, iv. 160. Albina, said to be the eldest of Dioclesian's 50 daughters, iv. 4.
From her the name Albion derived, ibid. Albion, the ancient name of this island, iv. 3,4. Whence derived,
ibid. Alciat, his opinion concerning divorce, ii. 236. Alcred flaying Ethelwald, ulurps the kingdoin of the Northum
brians, iv. 152. Aldfrid, recall from Ireland, succeeds his brother Ecfrid in the
Northumbrian kingdom, iv. 144. Leaves Ofred, a child, to suc
ceed him, 145. Aldulf, nephew of Etheldwald, succeeds king of the East-angles,
iv. 160. Aleétus, treacherously flays his friend Carausius, iv. 71. Is over
thrown by Asclepiodotus, and flain, ibid. Alemannus, reported one of the four sons of Histion, defcended from
Japhet; of whom the Alemanni or Germans, iv. 4. . Alfage, archbishop of Canterbury, inhumanly used by the Danes,
iv. 116. Killed by Thrun, a Dane, in commiseration of his
misery, ibid. Alfred, the fourth son of Ethelwolf, and fucceffór of his brother
Ethelred, encounters the Danes at Wilton, iv. 174. Routs the whole Danish power at Edinton, and brings them to terms, 177. He is said to have bestowed the East-angles upon Gytro, a Danish king, who had been lately baptized, ibid. A long war afterwards maintained between him and the Danes, 178-181. He dies in the 30th year of his reign, and is buried at Winchester,
181. His noble character, 181–183. Alfwold, driving out Eardulf, usurps the kingdom of Northum.
berland, iv. 159. Algar, earl of Howland, now Holland, Morcar, lord of Brunne,
and Osgot, governor of Lincoln, kill a great multitude of Danes in battle, with three of their kings, iv. 172. Overpowered by
mailus, one in reigns worthily, in:21. Beine thence, 11.4083
Arians and Synod of mus, iv 73c, 11. 279; role from
Archimailus, one in the number of ancient British kings, iv. 22. Areopagitica, Speech for unlicensed printing under that title, i. 286. Areopagus, judges of, condemn the books of Protagoras to be bumed,
i. 291. . .. . Aretius, his opinion concerning divorce, ji. 235. Argentocoxus, a Caledonian, his wife's bold reply to the empress
Julia, iv.67..... Arians and Socinians, their notions of the Trinity, iv. 262. Ariminum, Synod of more than 400 bishops appointed to assemble
there, by Constantius, iv.73. Aristotle, his definition of a king, ï. 279. Reckons 'up five forts
of monarchies, iii. 137. Salmafius's extract from his third book of politics, 211. Commends the kingdom of the Lacedemo
nians, 241. His definition of a tyrant, 301. .. - Arminians, their tenets, iv. 262. . ..in
Armorica in France, peopled by Britons that fled from the Saxonis, i iv.99. ". Army, English, offered the spoil of London, if they would deftroy
the parliament, ii. 422. Obedience and fidelity to the supreme
magiftrates recommended to them, iii. 394. · Aron, a British martyr under Diocletian, iv. 72.
Arthur, the victory at Badon-hill, by fome ascribed to him, which ni by others is attributed to Ambrofe, iv. 106. . Who he was, and
whether the author of such famous acts as are related of him, * 106-109.
Artis Logicæ plenior Institutio, vi. 195.
tory, by personating his slain brother Guiderius, iv.44. , Ascham, Anthony, sent as agent to Spain, from the English com
monwealth, iv. 326. Justice demanded of the king of Spain
against his murderers, 334.si Afsaracus, a Trojan prince, joins with Brutus against Pandrasus, iy. 6.
BACON, fir Francis, his complaint of the bishops' partiality in
licensing pamphlets, i. 157. Badiaus, John, letter to, i. xxxviii, Badon-bill, the ill improvement the Briti Ali made of their success
there, iv. lll. Bangor, monks of, live by their own labour, iv. 123. Go to a · conference with Austin, ibid,