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" The system of Druidism is thought to have been formed in Britain, and from thence carried over into Gaul; and now those who wish to be more accurately versed in it, for the most part go thither "
Cumberland & Westmorland, ancient & modern: the people, dialect ... - Side 31
af Jeremiah Sullivan - 1857
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A genealogical, chronological, historical and topographical exposition of ...

William Parkin - 1837
...part who have a litigation, and submit themselves to the determinations and sentences of the Druids. The system of druidism is thought to have been formed...those who wish to be more accurately versed in it, go thither, ie into Britain, in order to become more acquainted with it. " The Druids do not commonly...
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The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the Author ..., Bind 1–2

Charles MacFarlane - 1845
...from every part, who have a litigation, and submit themselves to their determination and sentence. The system of Druidism is thought to have been formed...accurately versed in it, for the most part, go thither (ie to Britain) in order to become acquainted with it. " The Druids do not commonly engage in war,...
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The British museum, historical and descriptive [by D.M. Masson].

David Mather Masson - 1850
...of the year in a consecrated spot, whither assemble all from every part who have disputes to settle. The system of Druidism is thought to have been formed in Britain, and thenca carried over into Gaul; and now those who wish to be more accurately versed in it go to Britain...
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Half hours of English history, selected and illustr. by C. Knight

English history - 1851
...and sagacity, may be received without hesitation as a description of the Druids of Britain : for he says, " the system of Druidism is thought to have been formed in Britain, aud from thence carried over into Gaul ; and now those who wish to be more accurately versed in it...
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Half hours of English history, selected and illustr. by C. Knight

English history - 1851
...and sagacity, may be received without hesitation as a description of the Druids of Britain : for he says, " the system of Druidism is thought to have been formed in Britain, aud from thence earned over into Gaul ; and now those who wish to be more accurately versed in it for...
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ENGLISH HISTORY

HENRY INCE - 1860
...students, many of whom came from Gaul, and voluntarily remained, ' in disciplini,' twenty years. Ca?sar says, " The system of Druidism is thought to have...those who wish to be more accurately versed in it, go to Britain, in order to become acquainted with it." Their priests, presided over by a chief chosen...
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ENGLISH HISTORY

HENRY INCE - 1860
...students, many of whom came from Gaul, and voluntarily remained, ' in disciplini," twenty years. Csesar says, " The system of Druidism is thought to have...those who wish to be more accurately versed in it, go to Britain, in order to become acquainted with it." Their priests, presided over by a chief chosen...
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English history [an enlarged ed. of Outlines of English history] by H. Ince ...

1864
...students, many of whom came from~Gaul, and Toluntarily remained, ' in disciplini," twenty years. Csesar says, " The system of Druidism is thought to have been formed in Britain.'and from thence carried over into Gaul; and now, those who wish to he more accurately versed...
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Half Hours of English History: From the Roman Period to the Death of ...

1865 - 687 sider
...without hesitation as a description of the Druids of Britain ; for he says, " the system of Draidism is thought to have been formed in Britain, and from...accurately versed in it for the most part go thither (i. e. to Britain) in order to become acquainted with it." Xolhing can be more explicit than his account...
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The advanced lesson book, by E.T. Stevens and C. Hole

Edward Thomas Stevens - 1866
...and sagafity, may bo received without hesitation as a description of the Druids of Britain ; for, he says, the system of Druidism is thought to have been...accurately versed in it for the most part go thither (ie to Britain) in order to become acquainted with it. Nothing can bo more explicit than his account...
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