A Chronological History Of New-england; In The Form Of Annals, Being A Summary And Exact Account Of The Most Material Transactions And Occurrences Rel by Thomas PrinceA Chronological History Of New-england; In The Form Of Annals, Being A Summary And Exact Account Of The Most Material Transactions And Occurrences Rel by Thomas Prince

A Chronological History Of New-england; In The Form Of Annals, Being A Summary And Exact Account Of…

byThomas Prince

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1826 edition. Excerpt: ... I. THE WEST SAXON LINE. .No. 1. Y. C. 800.--Egbert, descended from Cerdic, begins to reign over Wessex. e m hn liv Reigns after Charles's coronation thirty-seven years, one month, ten days.t Y. C. 809.--He reduces Cornwall and adds it to his kingdom, w Y. C 814.--(That is, 813, 14) Jan. 28lh, Charles the Great dies, cp aged 71,p and his son Lewis reigns. c p Y. C. 824.--Egbert subdues the kingdoms of Kent and Essex, and adds them to bis own, emhnhv and the kingdom of the East Angles submits to his protection, e An h? Y. C. 827.--He makes the kings of Mecia and Northumberland his vassals. e hn in' Y. C. 828.--He makes the kings .of Wales his tributaries. e An At> Y. C. 837.--(That is, 837,8) He dies, e m hn Hn w Feb. 4lh. sj> ec In the margin of Malmsbury, we therefore read 838 m and No. 2.--Ethelulph, son of Egbert, e m Im At w reigns nineteen years, eleven months, nine days. Y. C. 838.--The Scots extirpate the Pictish nation, pi b c Y. C. 840.--June 20th, Lewis emperor dies, upon which his three sons divide the western empire : Charles, the youngest, taking France ; Lewis, Germany ; and Lotharius, the eldest, Italy, Burgundy and Lorrain, with the imperial dignity, cp Y. C 849.--Alfred born to Ethelulph. In. ic Y. C. 857.--(That is, 857, 8.) Ethelulph dies, emw Jan. 13th, ch and No. 3.--Ethelbald, first surviving son of Ethelulph, e w ch reigns two years, eleven months, seven days, after the death of his father.t Y. C. 861.--He dies, sv> Dec. 20th, sp ec and No. 4.--Ethelbert, second surviving son of Ethelulph, e w ch reigns five years. e mhnhv Y. C. 866.--He dies, e Ati w that is, at the end of 866, and No. 5.--Ethelred I. third surviving son of Ethelulph, e w ch reigns five years, and a little more. An Y. C. 872.--He...
Title:A Chronological History Of New-england; In The Form Of Annals, Being A Summary And Exact Account Of…Format:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.29 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217335101

ISBN - 13:9780217335102

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