|Author:||Enderbie, Percy, d. 1670.|
|Title:||Cambria triumphans, or, Brittain in its perfect lustre shevving the origen and antiquity of that illustrious nation, the succession of their kings and princes, from the first, to King Charles of happy memory, the description of the countrey, the history of the antient and moderne estate, the manner of the investure of the princes, with the coats of arms of the nobility / by Percie Enderbie, Gent.|
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Cambria triumphans, or, Brittain in its perfect lustre shevving the origen and antiquity of that illustrious nation, the succession of their kings and princes, from the first, to King Charles of happy memory, the description of the countrey, the history of the antient and moderne estate, the manner of the investure of the princes, with the coats of arms of the nobility / by Percie Enderbie, Gent.
Enderbie, Percy, d. 1670.
London: Printed for Andrew Crooke ..., 1661.
Running title: The ancient and moderne Brittish and Welsh history.
Paging continuous. For collation and description, see Savage's Librarian, v. 2, p. 49-74.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Pages 170-175 faded in filmed copy. Pages 138-185 photographed from Harvard University Libraries copy and inserted at the end.
Great Britain -- History.
Wales -- History.
Wales -- Genealogy.
TO HIS SACRED MAJESTY Charles the Second, KING of Great BRITTAIN, and PRINCE of WALES, &c.
THE GENEALOGY OF CHARLES THE IId. MONARCH of Great BRITTAIN, from the WELSH Blood.
TO THE Gentle Reader VVhether WELSH or ENGLISH, P. E. wisheth all Happiness.
THE ANCIENT AND MODERN BRITTISH and WELSH HISTORY. Beginning with BRƲTE and continued untill KING CHARLES the First.
The First Part.
The Arrivall of Brute in Albion.
Locrinus second King of Brittain.
Gwendolena Queen Regent of Brittain.
Madan Son to Locrine and Gwendolena Succeeds in the KINGDOME.
De Trojano Excidio.
The Line of YORK.
Lud or Lud Hurdribras alias Cicuber.
BLADƲD the Son of Lud Hardibras
Earls of BATH.
LEIR the Son of BLADUD.
Cunedagius and Morgan.
JAGO or LAGO.
Kymmacus or Kynimacus.
FERREX and PORREX.
An Addition of Robert Record thus.
Epilogus Libri Primi.
BELLINƲS and BRENNƲS.
To the High and Mighty PRINCES,
The Duke of Norfolk.
The Duke of Somerset.
Dukes and Earles of Somerset.
The Duke of Buckingham.
Dukes, Marquesses, and Earles of Buckingham.
The Duke of Richmond.
Dukes and Earles of Richmond.
The Duke of Albemarle.
George Monck Duke of ALBEMARLE.
King EDWARD the Fourth.
Dukes and Earles of Aumerle.
THE ANCIENT AND MODERN BRITTISH and WELSH HISTORY, Beginning with BRƲTE, and continued untill KING CHARLES the First. The Second Book.
CATELL or CATELLƲS.
ELDRED or ELDREDƲS.
CARACTICƲS his Speech.
The Marquess of WORCESTER.
The Marquess of DORCHESTER.
THE ANCIENT AND MODERN BRITTISH and WELSH HISTORY, Beginning with BRƲTE, and continued untill KING CHARLES the First. The Third Book.
The Succession of the Roman Emperors from Nero unto Domitian.
The Princes and Men of Note among the Brittains,
The Oration of the gallant Lady Voadica, to the Brittains.
SƲETONIƲS his Exhortation to his Souldiers.
The Speech or Oration of Galgacus to his Souldiers.
AGRICOLA his Speech to his Souldiers.
The Succession of the Roman Emperors from Nerva Coc∣ceius unto Honorius, in whose time the Romans gave over the Government of the Isle of Brittain.
Lieutenants in Brittain from Nerva Cocceius, his Entrance into the Government of the Empire, until the Reign of Honorius the Emperor.
Princes and secular Men of special Note among the Brittains.
Archbishops of London from the time of King Lucius untill the coming of the Saxons.
The Earle of OXFORD.
The Earle of SHREVVSBURY.
THE ANTIENT & MODERN BRITTISH AND WELSH HISTORY, Beginning with BRUTE, and continued until King CHARLES the first. The Fourth Book.
Constantine the Great.
The Earl of DERBY.
TO HIS ROYAL GRACE THE DUKE, BROTHER TO His Sacred Majesty, MONARCH of Great BRITTAIN, King of France and Ireland, &c.
The Duke of York.
Dukes and Earls of YORK.
The Duke of CUMBERLAND.
Earls and Dukes of CUMBERLAND.
Tomus Secundus. THE ANCIENT and MODERN BRITTISH and WELSH HISTORY.
Aurelianus or Aurelius Ambrosius.
The Heresies of Pelagius.
The Order and Institution of the round table.
The Articles of the round table.
Ivor the son of Alan.
Roderike or Rodri, the Son of Edwal Yworch.
Conan Tindaythwy the Son of Roderike.
Mervin Ʋrich and Esylht the Daughter of Conan.
Roderike the Great.
This shall suffice for the description of the Country
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
THE EARLES OF KENT.
Earles of KENT
The Earle of Rutland.
Earls of RUTLAND.
The Earle of Pembrock.
Marquesses and Earles OF PEMBROCK.
Earles of Dorset.
Marquesses and Earls OF DORSET.
The Earles of Salisbury and Exceter.
Earles of Salisbury.
Dukes, Marquesses, and Earles.
THE SECOND BOOK.
Howel Son of Janaf.
Cadwallon the Son of Janaf.
Meredyth the Son of ap Howel Dha.
Edwal ap Meyric the son of Meredith:
Aedan the Son of Blegored.
Lhewellin the son of Sitsylht and Angharat the Daughter of Meredith.
Gruffith ap Lhewlyn ap Sitsylt and Angharat.
Blethin and Riwalhon the Sons of Convyn.
Trahern the Son of Caradoc.
Gruffith the Son of Conan.
There are three sorts of Minstrels in Wales.
Owen Gwyneth so of Gruffith ap Conan.
1. St. David.
The Earles of BRIDGWATER.
The Earle of CARNARVON.
The Earles of CARBURIE.
FRANCIS Viscount MONTAGUE.
THE LORD STURTON.
HENRY LORD ARUNDEL OF WARDOR, COUNT of the SACRED ROMAN EMPIRE.
THE THIRD BOOK OF THE Antient and Modern Brittish and Welsh HISTORY.
David the son of Owen Gwyneth.
Lhewelin or Leoline magnus.
David the son of Lhewelyn.
The Charter of the Articles of Davids submission to the King.
Of this Voyage a certain Nobleman being then in the Kings Camp, wrote thus to his friend, about the end of Septemb. 1245.
Lhewelyn and Owen the sons of Gruffith ap Lhewelyn.
Articles sent from the Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, to be intimated to Lhewelin Prince of Wales, and to the People of the same Country.
The Answer of Prince Lhewelyn, to the above-written Articles.
Certain Griefs sent from Lhewelyn to the Archbishop, translated word by word out of the Records of the said Archbishop.
These Griefs following were done by the King and his Officers, to the Lord David ap Gruffith.
Griefs and Injuries offered by the King and his Officers, to the men of Ros.
These Griefs following the King and his Justices offered to Rees Vachan of Stratywy.
These be the Griefs which the King and his Justice gave to Lhewelyn ap Rees, and Howell ap Rees.
These be the Griefs done by the Englishmen, to the sons of Meredyth ap Owen.
The Complaints of the Noblemen of Strattalyn, of the Wrongs and Griefs done to them, by Roger Clifford, and Roger Scrochill, Deputy to the said Roger Clifford, contrary to the Priviledge, Justice and Custom of the said Noblemen, as they say and prove.
These be the Articles of Grief done to the men of Penlhyn, by the Constable of Henry Chambers of the White Abbey, and his men.
The Griefs of Grono ap Heilyn
Humbly sheweth to your Holiness Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of England, the Noblemen of Tegengl. That when the said Noblemen did their Homage to the Lord Edward King of England, the said King promi∣sed them to defend them and their Goods, and that they should use all kind of Right, Priviledge and Jurisdiction, which they did use in the time of King Henry, by the Grant of the said King, whereof they were after spoiled.
These are to be said to the Prince before his Councel.
The following are to be said to the Prince in secret.
These are to be said to David Brother to Lhewelyn in secret.
The Answer of the Welshmen.
These are to be Answered; For David the Kings Brother.
TO THE Right Honourable
The Lord POWIS.
The Lord HERBERT Baron of Cherbery and Castle-Iland.
Sir CHARLES SOMERSET of Troy in the County of Monmouth, Knight of the Bath.
Sir EDWARD STRADLING Baronet.
Sir EDWARD MORGAN of Lantarnam Com. Mon. Baronet.
Sir TREVOR WILLIAMS of Langibbie, Com. Mon. Baronet.
WILLIAM LEWES of the Van, and RICHARD LEWES of Edington Esquires, and Brothers.
THOMAS MORGAN of Maughan Esq
THE FOURTH BOOK OF THE Antient and Modern Brittish and Welsh HISTORY.
Edward of Caernarvon.
Edward of Windsor.
Edward of Woodstock surnamed the Black Prince.
The Province of Northwales.
The Province of Southwales.
Richard of Burdeux.
Henry of Monmoth.
Edward of Westminster.
Edward of Westminster.
Edward Son of Richard III.
Arthur Son of K. Henry VII.
Henry Duke of York.
The manner of Government of the Principality of Wales.
Their Chancery, Seal and Writs.
Their Sessions and manner of Sitting.
Officers, Ministers, Clerks, and Writers, for the expediting of the said great Sessions.
The Government of the Marches of Wales, after the Statute of An. 27. & 34. H. 8.
The Antient Officers their Names and Fees, Collected out of divers Ancient Accounts, were these following in North Wales.
The Clerk of the great Sessions I find not.
The Officers that follow are principally necessary, besides many other Officers inferiour left out, and no doubt did serve the Princes of this Realm, although no mention of them of Record.
A Note of the Officers, both modern and present, of the local Prin∣cipality of Wales; which Officers are allowed Fees, and other Charges going out of the Principality, as doth appear by divers accounts before the Auditors the last year, viz. the 44 year of Eliz.
The present revenue of the Principality of Wales, as the same was in charge before the Auditors this last year past; viz. 44. Elizabeth.
The Kings Charter for the Creating of the Princes of Wales.
Things required unto the Creation of the Prince of Wales.