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ENGLISH, IRISH, AND SCOTTISH HISTORY,
And Dooks by Early English Authors,
IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES.
ALDHELMI (Sancti) Opera Omnia, edidit Giles, | BEDE Historia Ecclesiastica, Lat et Anglo-Sax. uns 8vo. (pub. at 10s 6d) cloth, 8s ANDERSONI Diplomatum Scotia Thesaurus-See page 65.
ANTONINI Iter Britanniarum-See Classics.
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ASSERII Ælfredi Regis Res Gestæ, Anglo-Saxo
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de Statu libri tres. I. De Statu prisci Orbis
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BERTRAMI (Car.) Britannicarum Gentium His-
ENGLISH, IRISH, AND SCOTTISH HISTORY.
BOETHII HISTORIE SCOTORUM a prima Gentis |
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BRITANNIA, sive Florentissimorum Regnorum
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