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A Popular History of the Ancient British Church: With Special Reference to ...
Ebenezer Josiah Newell
No preview available - 2018
abbot afterwards Ancient British Church Annales Cambria Annales Cambrise Apostles archbishop Augustine authority Bangor Iscoed baptism Bardsey Bede bishop of Llandaff Britain British bishops Britons Brittany Brut y Tywysogion Cadoc Caerleon called canons Cardiff Celtic Churches Celtic Scotland century chapel Christ Christian Church in Wales clergy Columba Columbanus consecrated Cornwall custom David death dedicated Deiniol diocese of Llandaff disciple Dubricius Dunawd Dyfrig early Easter England English Ergyng faith father Fawr Finnian Finnian of Clonard founded founder Gaul gave German Gildas Haddan and Stubbs holy Illtyd Iolo MSS Iona Ireland Irish Church island Kentigern king legend Liber Landavensis lived Llanbadarn Llancarfan Llantwit Lord Maelgwn Gwynedd mentioned miracles mission missionary monastery monastic monks North Oudoceus Padarn pagan Patrick Paulinus penance perhaps Pope prayer preached priests prince probably recognised Rhyddmarch Roman Rome Saxon Scots stone story synod Teilo tradition Welsh Welsh Saints Whitherne
Page 74 - Whiten'd his face from the sun's fronting ray ; Eastward the other, from the dying day, And he with unsunn'd face did always go.' Seiriol the Bright, Kybi the Dark ! men said. The seer from the East was then in light, The seer from the West was then in shade. Ah ! now 'tis changed. In conquering sunshine bright The man of the bold West now comes array 'd ; He of the mystic East is touch'd with night.
Page 155 - To whom the man of God, Augustine, is said, in a threatening manner, to have foretold, that in case they would not join in unity with their brethren, they should be warred upon by their enemies ; and, if they would not preach the way of life to the English nation, they should at their hands undergo the vengeance of death.
Page 58 - ... on the innocent ; whenever they exert themselves to avenge or protect, it is sure to be in favour of robbers and criminals ; they have an abundance of wives, yet are they addicted to fornication and adultery ; they are ever ready to take oaths, and as often perjure themselves...