1771, Feb 51851, Jul 17
an English historian, the author of The History of England, From the First Invasion by the Romans to the Accession of Henry VIII, an 8-volume work published in 1819. In 1793 where he concluded his theological studies and was ordained. He then taught philosophy and, in 1805, wrote a series of letters which, after their publication in a periodical, were collected as Catholic Loyalty Vindicated.
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Euchologion: A prayer-book. Greek euche, prayer + log; legein, to say. Also euchologue, euchology. Used in the 17th and ...
Ughten: The dusk just before dawn. Also ughtentide, ughtening, the dawning. The ughten-song, uhtsong, was the relig...
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