Historia Monasterii S. Augustini Cantuariensis

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Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1858 - Monasticism and religious orders - 541 pages
 

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Page 532 - Edited by the Rev. JS BREWER, Professor of English Literature, King's College, London, and Reader at the Rolls. A COLLECTION OF POLITICAl. PoEMs FROM THE ACCESSION
Page 530 - VoL I. Edited by the Rev. J. STEVENSON, MA., of University College, Durham, and Vicar of Leighton Buzzard. 3.
Page 532 - IN IRELAND: written in the Irish language. Edited by the Rev. Dr. TODD, Librarian of the University of Dublin. - The BRUT
Page xxiv - in spirituals and temporals, for all vacant benefices belonging to the Cluniac Order in England, Scotland, and Ireland. In the same year he voluntarily resigned his post at Lenton;
Page 530 - MA, Fellow of St. Catharine's Hall, and Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge. 2
Page 530 - MA., Professor of English Literature, King's College, London, and Reader at the Rolls. 5. FASCICULI
Page i - FORMERLY MONK AND TREASURER OF THAT FOUNDATION. EDITED BY CHARLES HARDWICK, MA,
Page xi - Nam abbates exterius curam carnis in desideriis agunt, non curantes dummodo laute exhibeantur, et fiat pax in diebus eorum; claustrales vero tanquam acephali otio vacant et
Page 115 - qui ibi fuerit ordinatus, intus et foris, cum consilio “ fratru.m, secundum timorem Dei libere earn regat
Page xvii - giving us a large collection of the older archives, and narrating the chief events of all that early period in our history, where Thorne is well-nigh silent; while it is inferior to his Chronicle in the want of some historical commentary to illustrate the import of

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