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Severus reinforces the army of tice of his works, 651 ; Kit cat

Britain, 104 : bestows the com: Club, meetings of formerly
mand on Virius Lupus, ib. ; held at Barn Eims, ib.; énu-
defeats the Caledonians, and meration of portraits, 652,
ereels a wall of stone for the 653; summary of the pipula-
protection of the Roman pro- tion, 654.
vince, 105.

Sussex, summary of the ropula.
Shrines, used as fixed monuments tion, 655.

of the saints, 535 ; modes of re-Swein, King of Denmark, in vades
vealing them, and receiving | England, 298 ; defeats Ethel-
offerings, 536; enumeration of red, and ascends the thize, ib

several now remaining, ib.
Somersetshire, corrections to, 642.
Spires, church, that of old St.

T.
Paul's the earliest of which we
· have any authentic account, / Theodosius, appointed Goverior

376, Note; Mr. Murphy's opi. of Britain, i13; restores the

nion as to their origin, 463. Roman territory in Britain to
Standard, or eagle of the Romans, its ancient dignity, 114.

145 ; its statt' used as a point of Towns, British, 13, 14, 35, 51,
adineasurement in forining their 52 ; Roman, 128-138; 156-
camps, ib.

159.
Stations, Roman, in Britain, 132 Towers, those of churches suppos.
138.

edto have been introduced about
Stones, circles composed of, 684 | the time of King Edgar, 363;

75; rocking, 75–79; upright, improved by the Normans,
single or numerous, but not cir: 1 376; described, ib.
cular, 82, 83; inscribed, 198—1 Triads, Welshi, their account of
201.

the origin of Britain, 6, Note,
Suibert, canonized by Leo the | Tything, first institution of, erro-

Third, supposed to have been neously attributed to King Al
the first Christian saint, 535.. fred, 221; recognised by the
Suffolk, corrections to the county laws of King Ina, in the se-
of, 643 ; summary of the popu

venth century, ib. ; in what it
lation, 644.

consisted, 222.
Surrey, additions and corrections

to ihe county of, 645 -- 654;
Barnes, parish of, 645 ; bound.
aries, ib.; church, ib. ; mo-Vault. burial, of the Romans,
numents, 646; manor of Barn
Elms, granted to the canons of

account of one discovered in

Oxfordsbire, 206.
St. Paul's church by King Villa, description of a Romo-Bri-
Athelstan, 647 ; visited by
Queen Elizabeth, ib.; Barn

byl tish, 182--185.
Elms, mansion of, the residence
of Cowley the port, 648; curious

U.
anecdote of the celebrated Hey.
degger, 649; purchased by Sir Uros, funeral, of the ancient Bri.
Richard Hoare, ib. ; Sir Ri. |

tons, 90, 91.
chard Colt Hoare, brother of
the present possessor, 650 ; no

-, of the Romans, 204, 205.

Wales,

W.

| William, Duke of Normany,

claims the British crown, 315;
Wales, ecclesiastical architecture gains the battle of Hastings,
of, 409-411; castellated, 438 316; crowned at Westminster,
-41; summary of the popu: ib. ; causes to be compiled the
latica, 667.

record called Domesday, 329;
Walls, Roman, erected by the separates the ecclesiastical from

Emperors Severus and Hadrian, the civil courts, 323.
102 ; 105; 161.

Witena-gemot, or supreme as-
Warwickshire, corrections to, 656 sembly of the state, 230 ; quae

lifications for sitting in, ib.
War, nasle of, as practised by the Worcestershire, additions and cor-

Britas y 46 ; chariots, 48; va. rections to, 660_664; church
rous engines for attack and of Inbborough, 660 ; Stous-
defence, 355 ; inines, 356 ; 1 bridge, public library at, 661 ;
cattus or sow, 358.

summary of the population, 664.
Westmoreland, summary of the

Y.
population, 659.
Windows, church, stained glass Yorkshire, additions and correc-

first used in, about the time of tions to, 665, 666; enumeration
Henry the Third, 499.

of market-towns, ib.

CORRECTIONS RELATING TO THE MAPS.

MAP OF THE CELTIC AND BELGIC TRIBES.
The following British towns are inserted in the map, but are not
enumerated in the list of British towns contained in the letter-press :

Calleva, Silchester.
Banchorium, Banchor.
Vindomis, near St. Mary Bourne.
Bibrocum.
Avalonia, Glastonbury.

MAP OF THE ROMAN ROADS.
The sites of the stations marked Numbers 32, 33, and 123, in the list
of Roman stations contained in the letter-press, are still uncertain
and, consequently, would not be noticed in the map.

Number 163, as noticed in the letter-press; for “ Brougham,"
read Braughing, Hemis.

The station, Ad Pontes, is not mentioned in the letter-press, but is
inserted in the map, at Staines, in Middlesex ; its site being contidently
altributed to that place.

At page 138, of the letter press, for “ Stations and Camps on, and
near, the Walls of Antonine and Severus," read Stations and Campe-
on and near the Wall of Severus.

*** DirectiONS FOR THE BINDER.
The map of the Celtic and Belgic tribes to face page 13.
The map of the Roman roads to face page 133.

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