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A. S. Kings abbey of St abbot afterwards ancient Anglo-Saxon Anjou Annal Anselm appears archbishop archbishop of Rouen army Avranches barons Bayeux bestowed bishop Brittany brother Canterbury castle caused charter Chron Chronicle church clergy Conqueror count count of Anjou count of Flanders court crown Danes daughter death Domesday Dudo duke Robert Dunelm Eadgar Eadmer earl ecclesiastical enemy Engl England English Evreux father favour Fecamp fief fitz Flanders Flor French Frodoard Gemmet Geoffrey Gesta Henry Heribert Hist Hugh Jumieges king of France king's knights land Lanfranc Lewis lord Malm Malmesbury Maseres Matilda mention monasteries monks Neustria noble Norman Normandy Northmen Ordericus Vitalis Osbern Pictav plundering pope possession prince probably Ralf received reign relations Richard Roger Rolf Rouen royal Saxon siege soon Stephen surnamed tion vassals Vital Wace Wigorn William William fitz Osbern William the Conqueror
Page 493 - LETTERS of the KINGS of ENGLAND— Now first collected from the Originals in Royal Archives, and from other Authentic Sources, Private as well as Public. Edited, with Historical Introduction and Notes, by JO HALLIWELL.
Page 481 - SPECIMENS of Cornish Provincial Dialect, collected and arranged by Uncle Jan Treenodle, with some Introductory Remarks and a Glossary by an Antiquarian Friend; also a Selection of Songs and other Pieces connected with Cornwall. Post 8vo, with a, curious portrait of Dolly Pentreath, cloth.
Page 477 - A ROT AMONGST THE BISHOPS ; or a Terrible Tempest in the Sea, of Canterbury, set forth in lively emblems, to please the judicious Reader.
Page 480 - ANECDOTA LITERARIA; a Collection of Short Poems in English, Latin, and French, illustrative of the Literature and History of England in the Xlllth Century ,- and more especially of the Condition and Manners of the different Classes of Society.
Page 493 - Illustrations of Eating, displaying the Omnivorous Character of Man, and exhibiting the Natives of various Countries at Feeding-time.
Page 482 - The Yorkshire Dialect, exemplified in various Dialogues, Tales, and Songs, applicable to the County ; with a Glossary. Post 8vo.
Page 476 - SHAKESPEARE'S LIBRARY.— A Collection of the Romances, Novels, Poems, and Histories used by Shakespeare as the foundation of his Dramas, now first collected and accurately reprinted from the original Editions, with Notes, &c.
Page 482 - Westmoreland and Cumberland. — Dialogues, Poems, Songs, and Ballads, by various Writers, in the Westmoreland and Cumberland Dialects; now first collected; to which is added, a copious Glossary of Words peculiar to those Counties. Post Svo (pp. 408), eloth, 9s. All the poetical quotations ia "Mr. and Mrs. Sandboy's Visit to the Great Exhibition," are to be found in this volume.
Page 476 - Confessions.'' BOADEN (Jas.) on the Sonnets of Shakespeare, identifying the person to whom they are addressed, and elucidating several points in the Poet's History.
Page 476 - ACCOUNT of the only known Manuscript of Shakespeare's Plays, comprising some important variations and corrections in the "Merry Wives of Windsor," obtained from a Playhouse Copy of that Play recently discovered. By JO HALLTVVELI.. 8vo. 1*. ElMBAULT'S "Who was ' Jack Wilson,' the Singer of Shakespeare's Stage?