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    claim our interest next ; and we pass from it, by a long though easy leap, to Flodden Field, and Lindisfarne, and all the living scenes of Marmion. This latter chapter is a specimen of the ultra-romantic school of writing, Subscribers-only content

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    addressed a letter to the 'Times,' stating that the sentiments and suggestions contained in his letter to the Archdeacon of Lindisfarne are entirely his own, and not to be regarded as affording grounds for any inference respecting the intentions of Subscribers-only content

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    a small illustrated book, giving a brief account-gathered apparently from guide-books and other obvious sources,-of the Isles of Wight, Scilly, Lindisfarne, Anglesey, Man, and Arran. Mrs Young's M11oslemn Noble (6) is his Highness Meer Jafur Alee, favourably known to many Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. Dr Townsend, has been conferred by the Bishop of Durham on the Rev. R. C. Coxe, Archdeacon of Lindisfarne and Vicar of Eglingham. The value of the canonry is 1,0001. per annumn. Flea 'Builder' states that government has Subscribers-only content

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    is dear to him, his own name and fame. What would the world have known of the Arch- deacon of Lindisfarne but for his part in vigorously sound- ing the alarm against the Essays and Reviews, and the abominations thereof? Subscribers-only content

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    Index, L, 01 January 1534-31 December 1554

    Lords, of English counties, p. 350. Lilio (or Lelio), 409. Ligni , 313. Lincoln , Bishop of, 893, p. 554. Lindisfarne , the holy island of, p. 353, Linen , p. 357. Lisbon , 880. Lisle (in Flanders), 919. Lisle

    Venice, May 1551, 01 May 1551-31 May 1551

    Hume, vol. iii. p. 310. Ed. London 1744. The drawing does not exist in the MS. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne. In the MS. at the Archives, the words are e se alcuno convinto di furto di omicidio, satisfa. The

    Index, H, I

    Holyhead , College of Kybby castle ( Castrum Cubii ) in, provost of. See Glynne, Dr. Wm. Holy Island or Lindisfarne, on the coast of Nthld., priory of, 1238. - (the Isle), letter dated at, 826. Holy League , the,

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