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" Gaul, and after he had conquered thefe nations, he went into the ifland of Britonnie, where fighting with the Bryttas., he was defeated in that part of the country which is called Centland. Soon after this, he had a fecond engagement with the Bryttas,... "
The Anglo-Saxon Version - Page 214
by Paulus Orosius - 1773 - 501 pages
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 48

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1773
...where fighting with the Bryttas., he was defeated in that part of the country which is called Centland. Soon after this, he had a fecond engagement with the...put to flight. Their third battle was near the river which men call the Temefe (near thofe fords which are called Wallingford) : after which, not only all...
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SEVERAL HANDS - 1773
...was defeated in that part of the country which is called Centland. Soon after this, he had a fécond engagement with the Bryttas, in Centland, who were...put to flight. Their third battle was near the river which men call thcTemefe (near thofe fords which are called Wallingford) : after which, not only all...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 36

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1773
...a fécond engagement with the Brittas, in Centland, who were put to flight. Then third battle ws» near the river that men call the Temefe (near thofe fords which are called XVelingafoid) ; after which, not only all the inhabitants of Cyrnceaftre § fubmitted, but the whole...
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The Life of Alfred the Great

Reinhold Pauli, Paulus Orosius - Great Britain - 1853 - 582 pages
...land that is called Kentland. Soon after, he again fought against the Britons in Kentland, and they were put to flight. Their third battle was near the river that is called Thames, near the ford that is called Wallingford. After that battle, the king surrendered...
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Writing the Map of Anglo-Saxon England: Essays in Cultural Geography

Nicholas Howe - History - 2008 - 278 pages
...the land that men call Kent. Soon afterwards he fought (again] against the Britains in Kent and they were put to flight. Their third battle was near the river that men call the Thames, near the ford that men call Wallingford. After this battle the king and the townfolk who were...
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