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    THE ELEMENTS. 37 largely the same a

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    THE ELEMENTS. 39 allowed and expect

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    THE ELEMENTS. 41 he does nofc, like

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    THE ELEMENTS. 43 was hidden from th

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    THE ELEMENTS. 46 the charm of stran

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    THE ELEMENTS. 47 one who had comman

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    THE ELEMENTS. 49 stories of the cos

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    THE ELEMENTS. 51 circle, the icy ba

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    THE ELEMENTS. 53 Thor. At that inst

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    THE ELEMENTS. 55 and waxed great an

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    THE ELEMENTS. 57 not the common bel

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    THE ELEMENTS. 61 also has another s

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    THE ELEMENTS. 63 matter of Britain

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    THE ELEMENTS. 65 divinities of a pa

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    THE ELEMENTS. 67 spiration and of t

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    THE ELEMENTS. 69 Simon Magus to Dar

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    THE ELEMENTS. 71 Paul himself— "t

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    THE ELBMENTS. 73 yond that are wall

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    THE ELEMENTS. 75 preparation, to fl

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    THE ELEMENTS. 77 "There were scalds

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    THE ELEMENTS. 79 old and the contes

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    THE ELEMENTS. 81 series, but the Da

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    THE ELEMENTS. 83 The moral of it is

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    THE ELEMENTS. Nations is from the e

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    THB ELEMBNTS. 87 phrases for certai

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    THE ELEMENTS. 89 of the dialogue be

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    THE ELEMENTS. 91 That is the rainbo

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    THE ELEMENTS. 93 ing into showy lit

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    THE ELEMENTS. 95 though the whale,

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    LATIN AUTHORS, 97 some sense of dut

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 99 Many of the poems

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 101 and much thing t

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 103 ophy, without sc

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 105 Europe, he under

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 107 commentators, bu

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 109 world by means o

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    LATIN AUTHORS. Ill in Boethius abov

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 113 virtutum perfect

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 115 and essential th

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 117 There is no auth

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    I LATIN AUTHORS. 123 summer heat wh

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 125 Gregory of Tours

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 127 vent of the Holy

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 129 times the things

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 131 Gildas, born at

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 133 of Tours, or eve

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 135 the limits of al

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    I LATIN AUTHORS. 137 are miscellane

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 139 of everywhere. B

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 141 authors could pl

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    LATIN AUTHORSo 143 Holy Places to d

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 145 Besides the Chur

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 147 Celtic men of le

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    LATIN AUTHOI^S. 149 the world : tha

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 151 appeared in thos

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 153 breaks the silen

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 155 ExuT), whose nam

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 167 the time of Dant

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 159 Ermoldus Nigellu

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    LATIN AUTHOKS. 161 Gothic Bible of

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 163 of the schools a

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 165 and also with an

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    personages LATIN AUTHORS. 169 : the

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 171 in Lombard histo

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 173 carmina," the an

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 175 quences, who wro

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 177 have more of it,

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 179 able to it. He s

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 181 liistorical fact

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    LATIN AUTHOKS. 183 " quia sonorius

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 185 took part in hig

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 187 among the chieft

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 189 Orbais, a place

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 191 back my travelli

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 193 passages of medi

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 196 and take vengean

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 197 lain has not giv

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 199 sible to arrive

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 201 any classical pa

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 203 escape from thei

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 205 out the opening

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 207 are in the weak

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 209 binding, though

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 211 same measure as

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 213 these, was made

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 215 This trochaic La

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 217 the vocabulary/

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 219 the ninth centur

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 221 is chiefly memor

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 223 One might expect

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 226 withdrew. Walter

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    LATIN AUTHORS. 227 name of King Ruo

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 229 fires,

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 231 excepti

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 233 does no

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 237 (at lea

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 239 have I

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 241 {daz hd

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 243 rhyming

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 245 Bcgis

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 247 scripti

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 249 and slo

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    THE TEUTONIC LANaUAGES. 261 books i

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 253 Denmark

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 255 like th

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 257 the poe

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 259 And whe

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 261 this ou

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 263 His own

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    THE TEL'TONIC LANGUAGES. 265 But th

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 267 yet wit

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 269 pounded

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 271 and the

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 273 general

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 279 in both

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 281 tale wi

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 283 of Sigu

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 287 The nex

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 289 land of

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 291 The fol

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 293 idyll o

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 295 she rec

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 297 refuse

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 299 — SO

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 301 not a r

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    THE TEUTONIC LA.NGUAGES. 303 It is

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 305 taken i

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 307 Hardrad

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 309 Saxon,

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 311 of Enph

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 313 in Icel

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    THE TEUTONIC LANGUAGES. 317 which w

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    319 CHAPTER V. IRELAND AND WALES ;

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 321 old Teutonic

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 323 agrees with

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 325 inventions i

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 327 on before th

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 329 motives, eve

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 331 The old Gael

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 333 triplet with

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 335 body of lite

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 337 like most ot

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 339 "'Verily,' a

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    IRELAND AND WALES. 341 every deduct

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    depend upon Latin. The history GREE

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    GREECE. 345 formal poems have been

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    Anthology THE ROMANCE TONGUE. 347 s

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    THE ROMANCE TONGUE. 349 which illus

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    THE ROMANCE TONGUE. 351 Louis, is o

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    THE ROMANCE TONGUE. 553 fashioned f

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    THE ROMANCE TONGUE. 355 elaborate.

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    INDEX. AbLo. 35, 159. Abelard, 210.

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    Gisl Ilhigason, poet, 300. Gododin,

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    Romance Tongue, 347 sq. Ruin, 266.