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They will see that there was a rich harvest of glory, and an opportunity afforded for the greatest achievements, but that men only were wanting for the execution; while they were not wanting who could rightly counsel, exhort, inspire, and bind an unfading wreath of praise round the brows of the illustrious actors in so glorious a scene,
Affembly of divines, Tract of divorce addressed to them, i. 332.
lemnly crowned at Kingston upon Thames, iv. 190. The conspiracy of one Alfred and his accomplices against him discovered, ibid. He gives his sister Edgith to Sitric the Dane, but drives Anlaf and Guthfred out of their kingdom, ibid. The story of his dealing with his brother Edwin questioned as improbable, 191. He overthrows a vast army of Scotch and Irish, under Anlaf and Constantine, king of Scotland, ibid. 192. He dies at Gloucester, and is buried at Malmíbury, 194. His character,
ibid. Athens, their magistrates took notice only of two forts of writings, Atticots invade the south coast of Britain, iv. 74. Auguftus, Libels burnt, and the authors punished by hiin, i. 292. Aulus Plautius sent against Britain by the emperor Claudius, iv. 41.
He overthrows Caractacus and Togodumnus, 42. Is very nucli put to it by the Britons, ibid. Sends to Claudius to come over, and joins with him, 43. Leaves the country quiet, and returns
triumphant to Rome, 44. Aurelius Conanus, a British king, one of the five that is said to have
reigned toward the beginning of the Saxon heptarchy, iv. 114. Huffin, what he accounted a becoming folace for Adam, ii. 128.
Allows fornication a sufficient cause for divorce, 223. His opinion why God created a wife for Adam, 255. A maintainer of the clergy's right to tithes, iii. 365. Sent with others from Rome, to preach the gospel to the Saxons, iv. 119. Is received by king Ethelbert, who hears him in a great assembly, 120. Is ordained archbishop of the English, 121. Hath his seat at Canterbury, 122. Summons together the British bilhops, requiring them to conform with bin in points wherein they differed, 123. Upon their refusal, he stirs up Ethelfrid against them, to the Naughter
of 1200 monks, 124. Auftria, archduke of, lee Leopold. Autarchy, mentioned by Marcus Aurelius, what it is, iii. 149. Authorities, for the difference of bishops and presbyters, not to be
depended on, i. 64.
B BACON, fir Francis, his complaint of the bishops' partiality in
licensing pamphlets, i. 157. Badiaus, John, letter to, i. xxxviii. Badon-bili, the ill improvement the British made of their success
there, iv. 111. Bangor, monks of, live by their own labour, iv. 123. Go to a conference with Austin, ibid.
Baptism, facrament of, seems cancelled by the sign added thereto,
island, iv. 3. Descended from Samothes, ibid.
dlaves, iii. 46.
premacy, ill. 137
355, &c. Remarks on them, 370, &c.
learning, i. 198.
with his brother Brennus, ibid. Their reconciliation, 19. Built
the tower of London, ibid.
this island, iv. 41.
and their kings to christianity, iv. 133.
thrown by Echert at Ellandune, iv. 160. Fleeing to the Eait-
angles, is by them flain, ibid.
non, of regulating fin by apoftolic laws, not found, ii. 33. His
seeks the life of Ecbert, 157. Is poisoned by a cup which his
wife had prepared for another, 158.
Equally tyrants over learning, if licensing be brought in, 315.
Elected with contention and blood-shed, 101. St. Paul's de-
abused by the Roman soldiers, iv. 50. Commands in chiet in
tonius, supposed to have poisoned herself, 54.
best, i. 132.
Probus, hangs himself, iv. 69. A sarcasm op his drunkenness,
fome bad; left to each man's discretion, 296. Those of papists
suffered to be sold and read, iv. 269.
cends the throne, iv, 292, 293. His method to procure the
peoples' love, 293.
reception and negotiations at that court, iv. 307–310.
to Hamborough, iv. 333.
him, iv. 432. 436.
iv. 376. 433.
about the kingdom, iv, 18. After various conflicts, reconciled ·
tain, until the coming of Julius Cæfar, iv. 2, Inhabited before