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Latin name of .
Historical Examples

For a study of them, see the article by Lentzner in Anglia, vol.
English Verse Raymond MacDonald Alden, Ph.D.

This Epistle of the Author, was written from Anglia, to the inhabitants of the world.
Dr. Stearns’s Tour from London to Paris Samuel Stearns

For a full discussion of all these changes made in 1597, see my article on Shakespeare and Puritanism in Anglia, vol.
A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare Frederick Gard Fleay

Warton, the author of ‘Anglia Sacra,’ died at the age of 35 in 1695.
Inspiration and Interpretation John Burgon

In the account of the Deans in Anglia Sacra, i. 590, we read of him.
History of the Cathedral Church of Wells Edward A. Freeman

She stopped at the corner of the Anglia, but no one was following.
Timar’s Two Worlds Mr Jkai

Athalie is sure to meet such creatures if she goes by the Anglia.
Timar’s Two Worlds Mr Jkai

Ipsi met postea spe ac coram ministris nostram fidem collaudarunt in Anglia ipsis admirantibus inimicis veritatis.
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, Vol. III: Acadia, 1611-1616 Various

A detailed bibliography will be found in Anglia, Beiblatt, x. 274-87, xii.
Selections from Early Middle English 1130-1250: Part II: Notes Various

According to the statement in “Anglia Sacra” it was finished in the year 1500.
Bell’s Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Lichfield A. B. Clifton

a Latin name for England


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