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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
Sussex, summary of the ropula.
of the saints, 535 ; modes of re-Swein, King of Denmark, in vades
several now remaining, ib.
376, Note; Mr. Murphy's opi. of Britain, i13; restores the
nion as to their origin, 463. Roman territory in Britain to
145 ; its statt' used as a point of Towns, British, 13, 14, 35, 51,
edto have been introduced about
75; rocking, 75–79; upright, improved by the Normans,
the origin of Britain, 6, Note,
Third, supposed to have been neously attributed to King Al
venth century, ib. ; in what it
to ihe county of, 645 -- 654;
account of one discovered in
byl tish, 182--185.
tons, 90, 91.
-, of the Romans, 204, 205.
| William, Duke of Normany,
claims the British crown, 315;
record called Domesday, 329;
Emperors Severus and Hadrian, the civil courts, 323.
Witena-gemot, or supreme as-
lifications for sitting in, ib.
Britas y 46 ; chariots, 48; va. rections to, 660_664; church
summary of the population, 664.
first used in, about the time of tions to, 665, 666; enumeration
of market-towns, ib.
CORRECTIONS RELATING TO THE MAPS.
MAP OF THE CELTIC AND BELGIC TRIBES.
MAP OF THE ROMAN ROADS.
Number 163, as noticed in the letter-press; for “ Brougham,"
The station, Ad Pontes, is not mentioned in the letter-press, but is
At page 138, of the letter press, for “ Stations and Camps on, and
*** DirectiONS FOR THE BINDER.