|Author:||Langhorne, Daniel, d. 1681.|
|Title:||An introduction to the history of England comprising the principal affairs of this land, from its first planting, to the coming of the English Saxons : together with a catalogue of the British and Pictish kings / by Daniel Langhorne.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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An introduction to the history of England comprising the principal affairs of this land, from its first planting, to the coming of the English Saxons : together with a catalogue of the British and Pictish kings / by Daniel Langhorne.
Langhorne, Daniel, d. 1681.
London: Printed for Charles Harper, and John Amery ..., 1676.
Includes table (i.e. index).
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Great Britain -- History -- To 1066.
To the Reader.
AN INTRODUCTION TO The History of England.
The Kings of the Bri∣tains, from Beli Maur to Vortigern.
Archbishops of York.
Roman Governours of Britain, and Usur∣pers.
Archbishops of London.
The Angles were a Tribe of the Suevians, and both Suevians and Saxons were the Off-spring of the Syebi and Sasones in Asia, and came into Europe together, being of the same Gomerian Original with the Cimbrians.
Kings of the Suevians, before the departure of the Angles from them to the Saxons.
Kings of the PICTS.