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" The Britons, though they, for the most part, through innate hatred, are adverse to the English nation, and wrongfully, and from wicked custom, oppose the appointed Easter of the whole Catholic Church ; yet from both the Divine and human power withstanding... "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 212
1879
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The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical history

Theology - 1843
...Britons, though they, for the most part, through innate hatred, are adverse to the English nation, and wrongfully, and from wicked custom, oppose the...Church ; yet from both the Divine and human power withstanding them, can in no way prevail as they desire ; for though in part they are their own masters,...
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The complete works of the venerable Bede, accompanied by a new Engl. tr. of ...

Bede (the venerable.) - 1843
...Britons, though they, for the most part, through innate hatred, are adverse to the English nation, and wrongfully, and from wicked custom, oppose the...Church ; yet from both the Divine and human power withstanding them, can in no way prevail as they desire ; for though in part they are their own masters,...
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Altar Sins, Or, Historical Illustrations of the Eucharistic Errors of Rome ...

Edward Muscutt - 1857 - 372 pages
...The Britons, though they for the most part, through innate hatred, are adverse to the English nation, and wrongfully, and from wicked custom, oppose the...Church ; yet from both the Divine and human power withstanding them, can in no way prevail as they desire ; for though in part they are their own masters,...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumes 52-53

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1861
...own territories, meditate no plots or conspiracies against the nations of the Angles. The Britons, though they, for the most part, through domestic hatred, are adverse to the nation of the Angles, and from wicked custom, oppose the appointed Easter of the whole Catholic Church; yet, from both the Divine...
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Upper Wharfedale: Being a Complete Account of the History, Antiquities and ...

Harry Speight - Wharfedale (England) - 1900 - 518 pages
...731, or nearly seventy years after the adoption ot the Roman usage, the Britons were still perverse, and " wrongfully and from wicked custom oppose the appointed Easter of the whole Catholic Church ; " otherwise he says they are under subjection to the English. It is difficult to reconcile these...
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The Scotch-Irish: Or, The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland ..., Volume 1

Charles Augustus Hanna - Genealogy - 1902
...Britons, though they, for the most part, through innate hatred, are adverse to the English nation, and wrongfully, and from wicked custom, oppose the...Church ; yet, from both the Divine and human power withstanding them, can in no way prevail as they desire ; for though in part they are their own masters,...
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The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation

St Bede - Religion - 2007 - 388 pages
...Britons, though they, for the most part, through innate hatred, are adverse to the English nation, and wrongfully, and from wicked custom, oppose the...Church ; yet, from both the Divine and human power withstanding them, can in no way prevail as they desire ; for though in part they are their own masters,...
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