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CHARLES G. ADDISON, ESQ. The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Church, and the Temple


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Church, and the Temple
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Hainault ; Temple Dieu at Donai ; Maries near Valenciennes ; St. Symphonier near Mons, &c. &c * In these countries, as well as in all parts of Europe wherever they were settled, the Templars possessed vast privileges and immunities, which were conceded to them by popes, kings, and princes. ENGLAND.—There were in bygone times the following preceptories of Knight Templars in the present kingdom of England. Aslakeby, Temple Bruere, Egle, Malteby, Mere, Wilkcton, and Witham, in Lincolnshire. North Feriby, Temple Hurst, Temple Newsom, Pafflete, Flaxflete, and Ribstane, in Yorkshire. Temple Cumbe in Somersetshire. Ewell, Strode and Swingfield, near Dover, in Kent. Hadescoe, in Norfolk. Balsa]1 and Warwick, in Warwickshire. Temple Rothley, in Leicestershire. Wilburgham Magna, Daney, and Dokesworth, in Cambridge shire. Hals ton, in Shropshire. Temple Dynnesley, in Hertfordshire. Temple Cressing and Sutton, in Essex. Saddlescomb and Chapelay, in Sussex. Schepeley, in Surrey. Temple Cowley, Sandford, Bistelesham, and Cheiesey, in Oxfordshire. Temple Rockley, in Wiltshire. • Annale» Trevir. torn. ii. p. 91, 19", 479. Prodrtmu* hUt. Trcnr. p. 1077. B*t~ tholet bias, de Luxembourg, torn. v, p. 145. JoA. Bapt. Anticj. Flandria* Gandavum, p. 24, 207. Antiq. Bredaua, p. 12, 23. Auitniurgus, p. 115. A ab Miriti Diplomat, torn. ii. p. 1165, 4c.

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