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quesne bombards the fortress, 1682 yah revolts: Ali's victory, on the “day of again, June 27, 1683-bombardment by the camel,” 656-campaign on the plain Lord Exmouth, and submission of the of Seffein; vain efforts to settle their dey, Aug. 27, 1816-France commences quarrel by single combat or arbitration; hostilities, 1827--the city taken and the insurrection of the Karegites, 657—his dey deposed by count de Bourmont, partisans are expelled from Egypt by July 5, 1830. See ALGERIA.
Amrou, 658—he subdues the Karegites, ALGINEB, or Holy War is proclaimed in 659-is assassinated by one of them, 660. Spain by Hixem, 791.
ALI, gov. of Africa, lands in Spain with an Al Hadi, caliph of Bagdad, 785.
army, and proclaims Almansor, 761ALHAITAN, a Saracen commander in Spain, the expedition fails, he is killed, and 728.
bis head sent to Cairoan, 762. AL HAKEM I., caliph of Spain, 795—his Ali. See HydER ALI.
uncles Suleimau and Abdallah raise a Ali Pacha, gov. of Albania, is resisted civil war, 797—he recovers Huesca and by the people of Parga, 1817-obtains Lerida, 798 - defeats and expels his the town from the English, May 10, 1819 tincles, 799-pursues them into T'admir; -revolts, and urges the Greeks to assert they retire into Africa, 800 — recovers their independence, 1820-captured and Saragossa, Pampeluna, and Huesca, 802 put to death, 1822. - returns to Cordova, and makes an Ali, vizir, assassinates the British envoys alliance with Edris Ben Edris, k. of at Benares, Jan. 14, 1799. Fez, 804 — makes a treaty with Al- ALI BEN HAMUD, takes arms against Sofonso II., k. of the Goths, 805-a plot at leiman, caliph of Spain, 1014defeats Cordova against him, 806—his son Ab- and slays him, and becomes caliph, 1016 derahman delivers Tortosa, 808-makes -drowned in a bath by his attendants, peace with Alfonso and Charlemagne, 1017. g10-proclaims Abderahman as his vice- Ali Ben YUSSEF, recognized as heir to the gerent and successor, disaffection begins thropes of Spain and Africa,1103-caliph, to prevail at Cordova, 815-his cruelty 1105-defeats the Christians at Urcesia, drives many thousand Andalusians into 1108 -repulsed at Toledo, returns to Africa, 817-becomes insane, and Ab- Africa, 1109-drives the Almohades from deralıman takes the government, 820— the siege of Morocco, 1123-defeated by d. 821.
theni, 1130-sends for his son, Taxfin, AL HAKEM II., caliph of Spain, 961–em- from Spain, to support him, 1138-d. 1143.
ploys agents in Africa and Arabia to ALIBAUD attempts to assassinate Louis purchase or copy MSS., and forms a Philippe, June 25, 1836. large library, 962-attacks the frontiers ALICANT, ceded to the Saracens, by Theoof Leon, on the Douro, 963—destroys demir, 713—bombarded by the French the vine-grounds in Spain, to check the fleet, 1691. drinking of wine; concludes a treaty of ALICE Mand Mary, second daughter of peace with Sancho I., 965-sends a pow- Queen Victoria, b. April 25, 1843. erful army into Africa, under Calib, 973 Alid, near Lorca, besieged by the Moham-his authority restored in Fez and medaus, relieved by Alfonso III., Western Africa, 974-d. 976.
1089. Alhama taken from the Moors, 1482. ALIEN Act, introduced by lord Grenville, ALHAMBRA at Granada, founded by Mo- Dec. 19, 1792. hamad I., 1253.
ALIEN priories, in England, suppressed by ALHANDIC, victory gained at, by Abderah- parliament, 1414.
man III., according to Arabian writers, ALIFIA, Musa Ben Abi, invades Fez, 917. 938.
ALIGHIERI, See DANTE. Alhasan Ben Edris, k. of Fez, struggles ALIMENTUS, L. Cincins, the hist., contemagainst Muza, 924.
porary of Q. Fabius Pictor, Bc. 225--AL HASSAN, the last Edrisite k. of Fez, taken prisoner by Hannibal, 218.
surrenders, and is treacherously be- ALISBONA. See LisRox. headed by Almansor, 984.
ALISON, Archibald, death of, 1839. ALHAUG YAHıx fortifies Gibraltar, 1160. Aliwal, battle of, defeat of the Silks, ALHAUR or ALCHAME, commands in Spain, Jan. 28, 1846. 718.
ALJAMA. See ABDERAHMAN I., 786. ALAMUND, bp. of Hexham, 766—d. 780. ALJUBARROTTE, near Leyria, battle of, ALI, supposed time of his birth, 597 or 599 July 29, 1385.
- Mohammed's vizir, 613-venerated by AL KADER, caliph of Bagdad, restores the the Persian Mohammedans, 644. See
power and dignity of his office, 091Suites.-Elected caliph, 655—Moawi- d. 1031.
AL KAHER, caliph of Bagdad, 932-de-;" ALL THE TALENTS,” an administration so posed, 934.
called, formed, Feb, 5, 1803. AL KAIM, caliph of Bagdad, 1031-1075. ALMA, river in the Crimea, battle of the; ALKALIES, fixed, decomposed by Hum- defeat of the Russians by the British
phrey Davy, by means of galvanisnı, and French, Sept. 20, 1854. 1808.
ALMAGEST of Ptolemy, translated into LaALKMAAR, resists the duke of Alva, 1573- tin, by order of the emperor, Frederic li.,
battle of, duke of York defeated, Sept. 19, of Germany, 1231. See PTOLEMY, CLAU
1799. ALLAII ABAD, treaty of ; Bengal, Bahar, ALMAGRO, with Pizarro, discovers Peri,
and Orixa, ceded to the East India Com- 1524-attacks Chili, 1535-is killed by pany, Aug. 12, 1765.
Pizarro, 1538 -Almagro, the son, asansALLAN, Sir Win., R.A., death of, 1950. sinates Pizarro, and is executed by De ALLECTUS, treacherously murders Carau- Castro, 1541.
sius, and assumes the government of AL MANDI, caliph of Bagdad, 775--expends Britain, 293--defeated and slain by As- 666,000 gold crowns in a pilgrimage to clepiodotus, 296.
Mecca, 784–d. 785. ALLEGIANCE, a new oath of, imposed on ALMAMOUN, k. of Toledo, seizes Valencia,
occasion of the Gunpowder Plot; pope and deposes his son-in-law, Almudafar, Paul V. forbids the English Romanists 1064. to take it, 1606--controversy concerning AL MAMUN, caliph of Bagdad, dethrones it, between James I. and cardinal Bel- his brother, Al Amin, 813 --protects the larmine, 1607.
Shiites, and patronizes literature, 814 ALLEMANNI, their lands, on the river -employs astronomers to observe the
Maine, invaded by Caracalla, who de- sun's greatest declination, 816 — revolt feats them, 214-they appear on the bor- against him, 817-d. 833. ders of Italy, 256 – penetrate into Italy ALMANACS, first printed at Bida, 1472and are defeated by Claudius, near Lake in England, by Pynson, 1497-Moore's Benacus, 268-repelled from Gaul, by first printed, 1713. Constantine, 309 — again, by Crispus, ALMANSOR, caliplı, introduces learning 320-infest Gaul, under Gundon ad and among the Arabians, 754-builds Bay. Vadomar; are repulsed by Constantius dad, 758--proclaimed in Spain, by Ali, II., and agree to peace, 351-attack Jn- gov. of Africa, 761—d. 775 lian, at Sens, but are defeated, 356- | ALMANSOR, or the Illustrious; under this again, at Strasburg, and Chnodomar, name, Mihamad Abdallah governs Spirin their chief, taken prisoner, 357-again during the minority of Hixem II., 977defeated by Julian, and Vadomar, their he collects an army against the Chrischieftain, taken, 360-harass Gaul, 363— tians of Leon, 979—defeats them, and are defeated by Jovinus, 366---surprise captures Zamora, 981--takes Leon and and plunder Mentz ; defeated by Valen- Astorga, 983 - defeats Borel, count of
nian, at Solicinium, 368—Burgundia Barcelona, and takes the city, 984 --mercenaries assist in repelling them, treacherously beheads Al Hassan, the 370- their incursions in Gaul, are de- last Edrisite k.of Fez, 984-invades Nafeated by Gratian, at Argentaria (Col- varre, 986—-takes Osma and Alcobriga, mar), and they make peace, 378-defeated in Castile, 987-takes Coimbra and Sanby Clovis I., at Tolbiac (Zulpich), 496-- tiago, 988--sets apart a fund to promote repulsed with the Franks, in Italy, by literature ; learned men from the East Narses, 554.
resort to Cordova, 989--a poetical tour Allenius, Sex. Papinius, consul of Rome, nament held in his palace, 991-invades 36.
Gallicia, and carries away the bells from ALLEYNE, Edward, founds Dulwich Col. the church of Santiago as trophies, 993 lege, 1619.
invades Navarre, 994-after gaining two Allia, battle of the ; the Romans defeated victories, makes peace with Bermudo,
by the Gauls (Celtæ), B.C. July 16, 389. k. of Leon, 993—his son, Abdelmelic, ALLIANCE, the Holy. See ALEXANDER I., defeats Zeir Ben Atia, 997-defeats the of Russia,
Christians at Hisn Dhervera, 1000-to ALLIFÆ, battle of; the Samnites defeated tally defeated by the Christian princes, by Fabius, B.C. 308.
at Calat Anosor, is wounded, and dies ALLOBROGES, the, defeated by C. Sextius soon after, 1002.
Calvinus, B.C. 122, and on the Isaras, ALMANSOR, Jakub, k. of the Moors in near Vindalium, 121.
Spain, 1184-defeats Alfonso VIII., of ALL Souls' College, Oxford, founded by Castile, at Alarcos, 1195-d. 1198.
Chicheley, abp. of Canterbury, 1437. ALUAREZ, takeu by gen. Hill, May 19, 1812.
ALMAZAX, treaty of, between Castile and caliph, 886-slain in battle by Calib, Aragon, 1374.
8SS. ALMEIDA, captured by Massena, Aug. 27, ALMORAVIDES, fonnded in Africa abont
1810-retaken by Wellington, May 10, 1050-extend their conquests, 1067--111811.
vited into Spain, 1086–Valencia betrayALMEIDA, Lorenzo de, forms a Portuguese ed to them by Ahmed Ben Gehaf, 1092– settlement in Ceylon, 1507.
recovered by the Cid, 1094--retaken by ALMEIRA, Francesco de, Portuguese vice- them, 1100-general insurrection of the
roy in India, establishes factories in Moors in Spain against them 1143-overMalabar, 1505.
come by the Almohades, 1145. ALMENARA, battle of, gained by the com- AL MORTADER, caliph of Bagdad,1094-1118.
bined army, under Charles of Austria AL MOSTADHI, caliph of Bagdad, 1170-1180).
and gen. Stanhope, July 27, 1710. AL Mostain, raised to the caliphate by ALMERIA, conquered by Yussef, the Almora- the Turkish guards, 862-murdered by
vide, 1091-taken by the kings of Castile, them, 866. Aragon, and Navarre, assisted by a AL MOSTAKFI, caliph of Bagdad, 944. Genoese fleet, 1147 — recovered by the AL MOSTANJID, caliph of Bagdad, 1160–1170. Moors, 1157 - besieged by Ferdinand, AL MOSTANSER, instigates the Turkish 1488—captured, 1489.
guard to inurder his father, Al MotawakAL-ERIC, AMALRICH, or AMaury, k, of Cy. kel, and is raised by them to the cali
prus, and titular k. of Jerusalem, marries phate, 861-assassinated by them, 862. Isabella, 1198—d. 1206.
AL MOSTANSER, caliph of Bagdad, 1226ALMETU AKEL, k. of Badajos, put to death 1243. by Yusef, 1093.
AL MOSTARSHED, caliph of Bagdad, 1118ALMOATAMA), Muhamad, takes Cordova, 1135.
and is the most powerful of the Moorish AL MOSTASEM, last caliph of Bagdad, 1243 kings in Spain, 1060—d. 1068.
- put to death by Hulagou, 1258. ALMOGAVARES, or ADVENTURERS, sail AL MOTADHED, caliph of Bagdad, 892-902.
from Lisbon to explore the Atlantic, 1014 AL MOTAKI, caliph of Bagdad, 940–944. ALMOHADES, partisans of El Mehedi, in AL MOTAMED, caliph of Bagdad, 870-892.
Africa, 1121-lay siege to Morocco, and AL MOTASSEM, caliph of Bagdad, 833-deare repulsed by Ali, 1123—El Mébedi feats Theophilus, and destroys Amodies, and is succeeded by Abdelnumen, rium, 838-839—d. 841. 1129—defeat of Ali, 1130_his son, Tax- AL MOTAWAKKEL, caliph of Bagdad, 847 -fin, supports him, 1138 — is defeated. assassinated, 861. 1144—the Almohades conquer Morocco, AL Motaz, caliph of Bagdad, 866-ondeaand enter Spain, 1145—-take Seville, 1146 vours to remove his Turkish guards; is --Cordova, 1148–Granada, 1156_rule in deposed and slain by them, 569. Africa and Spain, 1163-decline in Spain, AL Mori, caliph of Bagdad, 945-974. 1212—divided by civil war in Africa, ALMUATEDID Muhamad, caliph of Spain, 1223-end of their dowinion in Spain, 1068-sent a prisoner to Africa by Yussef, 1232—finally extinguished in Africa by the Almoravide, 1091. the Merines, 1278.
ALMUDAFAR, k. of Valencia, deposed by his Al Moktadi, caliph of Bagdad, 869—mur- father-in-law, Almamoun, 1064.
dered by the Turkish guards, 870. ALMUTARAF, son of the caliph Abdallah, AL MOKTAD, caliph of Bagdad, 1075- 1094. rebels, and defeats his father's army, AL MOKTADER, caliph of Bagdad, 908— at Jaen, 889—assassinated, 894. deposed and blinded, 932.
AL NASER, caliph of Bagdad, 1180–1225. AL MOKTAFI, caliph of Bagdad, 902-908. ALNWICK, battles of; Malcolm III., k. of AL Mokta, a supporter of Abdallah, son Scotland, killed by Roger Mowbray, 1093 of Zobeir, killed at Cufa, 686.
-William the Lion defeated and made ALMON, John, tried for selling Junius's prisoner, 1174--the Castle taken by the Letters, June 2, 1770--d. 1805.
French, 1462-abandoned after the battle ALMONDHAR, the Moorish k, of Saragossa, of Hexham, 1463. assassinated at Granada, 1031.
ALOPO, Pandolfo, the chamberlain and faALMONDAIR, son of the caliph Muhamad, vourite of Joanna Il., of Naples, put to
blockades Toledo, 854-storms Rosas, and death by her husband, James of Bourbull, disperses the army of the rebel, Omar. 1415. 866-is successfully resisted by Alfonso ALOST, siegc of, 1128. III., 872--defeated by him, near the ALOYSIUS, an architect, employed by Theriver Urbicus, 874—foiled by him in Gal- odoric to repair and preserve the public licia, 876--besieges Zamora ; driven by edifices of Rome, 500. him from the siege of Zamora, 878 | ALP ARSLAN, succteds his uncle, Togrul
Beg, 1063—conquers Armenia, 1065-Ge- Altona, in Holstein, burnt by the Swedish orgia, 1068 — defeats and captures Ro- gen. Steinbock, 1713--the duke of Bruns. manus Diogenes, 1071 - assassinated, wick dies there after the battle of Jena, 1072.
Nov. 10, 1806. ALPHABET, Egyptian, invented by Mem- ALTRANSTADT, treaty of, dictated by
non, B.C. 1822 (ascribed by Lepsius to Charles XII. to Augustus, k. of Poland, Amenemhe III., about 2120)--the lonian Sep. 14, 1706. adopted at Athens, 403.
ALUM, manufactured at Phocæa by DomiALPINE, k. of Scotland, 833-836.
nicó Catagna and a Genoese colony, 1330 ALPs, the, crossed by Hannibal, B.C. 218 --their works removed to Pera, and
by Hasdrubal, 207—first crossed by the thence to the isle of Ischia; others Romans, 154-by the French army, under established at Tolfa, for pope Pius II. Bonaparte, May, 1800.
by John di Castriot, 1459-a bed disAL KADHI, caliph of Bagdad, 934-940. covered at Volterra, is claimed and apAL RASHID, caliph, 1135.
propriated by the government of A LRIC, k. of Kent, 760—fights the battle Florence, 1472 - discovered by Sir
of Otford with Offa, k. of Mercia, 773. Thomas Chaloner at Guisborough near ALSACE, traversed by the army of Gusta- Whitby, and manufactured there, 1608.
vus Adolphus, 1631 — -occupied by the Alva, Francis Alvarez de Toledo, duke of, French, 1638-ceded to France by the b. 1508-sent by Philip II. to invade the peace of Westphalia, 1648-Louis XIV. papal territories, 1556 - holds a conmakes new claims, 1680—feudal rights ference at Bayonne with Katharine of the German princes abrogated by de' Medici, for the destruction of the the National Assembly in France, Aug. Protestants, 1565-sent into the Nether4, 1789—-their restoration demanded, 1791 lands, 1567-governs there in a san--formally refused, Sept. 23.
guinary manner, 1568 - continues his ALSAMA, or ZAMA, a Saracen commander barbarous course, 1569—opens a secret
in Spain, invades Southern Gaul, 720— intercourse with Mary, qu. of Scots, 1571 defeated by Eudes, and slain in the --takes Haarlem, and puts the inhabitbattle of Toulouse, 721.
ants to the sword; fails before Alkmaar, A LSTAN, bp. of Sherbourne, forces Ethel- and is recalled, 1573-d. 1582.
wulf to resign the crown of Wessex, 854 ALVANLEY, lord; see ARDEN, Pepper, d. -d. 867.
1804. ALTADES, k. of Assyria, B.c. 1702 (1808 C.). Alvarez, chaplain to Roderigo de Lima ALTAI, Mount, the original seat of the in his embassy to Abyssinia, 1520—re
Turks, mission of Zemarchus to them, turns and misrepresents the religious 569.
sentiments of that country to the ConAL Tai, caliph of Bagdad, 974–991,
ference at Bologna, 1533. ALTENBURG, battle of; the Austrians de- ALVINZI, Austrian general, defeated by
feated by the Hungarians, May 7, 1849. Bonaparte at Arcola, Nov. 15, 16, 17, 1796. ALTENKIRCHEN, defeat of the Austrians at, AL WATHEK, caliph of Bagdad, 841-the June 4, 1796.
splendour of the office declines, he d. ALTHORPE, lord, b, 1782-chancellor of the 847.
exchequer, Nov. 1830 — announces the Alwyn, hp. of Winchester, 1032—d. 1045. Reforní Bill, Feb. 3, 1831-the abolition ALYATTES, k. of Lydia, expels the Cimmeof the taxes on coals, candles, and printed rians, B.C. 617—makes peace with Thracalicoes, and reduction of other duties, sybulus of Miletus, 612—war with Cyax11 ; carries up the Reform Bill to the ares, k. of Media, 603—d. 560. House of Lords, Sept. 19; resigns, May 9, ALYPIUS, a Roman governor of Britain 1832-resumes office, 18; presented with under Constantius II., afterwards ena gold cup, Nov. 6; announces a large ployed by Julian to rebuild the temple surplus revenue, Feb. 14, 1834-brings of Jerusalem, 363. in a bill to amend the poor laws, April A. ZAHER, caliph of Bagdad, 1225. 17; also a plan for the abolition of church | AMADEUS, count of Maurienne, becomes rates, 21; announces a further surplus count of Savoy, 1109-d. in Cyprus, 1148. of revenue, and reduces more taxes, AMADEUS III, or IV., count of Savoy, 1233 July 25; succeeds his father, as earl -1253. Spencer, Nov. 19. See SPENCER, John AMADEUS IV. or V., count of Savoy, 1285 Charles, earl.
---assists the Knights Hospitallers to ALTIERI, cardinal. See CLEMENT X. pope, defend Rhodes against Othman, 13151670.
d. 1323. Alton, in Hampshire, battle of, victory of AMADEUS V. or VI., the Green, Count of the Danes, 1001.
Savoy, 1343—peace concluded through
his mediation, between Venice and Genoa Tulum, one of them, 504-Eutharic also, 13814d. of the plague, 1383.
515. AMADEUS VII., the Red, count of Savoy, AMALPHI. See AMALFI. 1383-1390.
AMALRICH, or AMAURY, k. of Jerusalem, AMADEUS VIII., count of Savoy, 1391-re- 1162—invades Egypt, and takes and pil
ceives the title of duke, 1416--joins the lages Heliopolis, 1168–d. 1173. See Alleague against the duke of Milan, 1426- MERIC. -secedes on obtaining Vercelli. 1427- | AMAND, ST., the French defeated at, May saves the marquis of Montferrat from 8, 1793. Francesco Sforza, 1431-retires into a AMANTIUS, consul of Rome, 345. hermitage at Ripaglia, 1434_elected pope AMANTIUS, put to death for conspiracy by by the council of Basle as Felix V., 1439 Justin I., 518. -the Gernan electors threaten to de- AMARIAH, Jewish high priest, b.c. 940. clare for him, 1446-resigns his papal Amasis, k. of Egypt, B.C. 569 (F. H.)title and goes back to Ripaglia, 1449-d. death of, five months before the invasion Jan. 7, 1451.
by Cambyses, 526. AMADEUS IX., duke of Savoy, 1465—nego- AMAURY, k. of Jerusalem. See AMALRICH.
tiations for the marriage of his sister AMAURY, son of Simon de Montfort, conBona to Edward IV. of England broken tinues the war against the Albigenses, off, she marries Galeazzo Maria, duke of 1218.
Milan, 1468/death of Amadeus, 1472. AMAZIAH, k. of Judah, B.C. 837. AYADIS DE GAUL, written by Vasco Lo-AMAZON, West India Mail ship, destroyed. beira, 1308.
by fire at sea, Jan. 4, 1852. AMALABERGA, niece of Theodoric, marries Amazons, river of the, explored by Orel
Hermanric, k. of the Thuringians, 500. lana, 1540. AMALAFRIDA, sister of Theodoric, married AMBIBULUS, L. Carius, consul of Rome, 126.
to Thorismund, Vandal k. of Africa, 499 AMBIORIX, á leader of the Eburones, B.c.54. ---murdered by Hilderic, 527.
AMBISA, a Saracen commander in Spain, AMALARICH, the infant son of Alaric II., 722-slain, 725.
proclaimed jointly with his natural|AMBLEF, battle of; Charles Martel defeats brother, Giselich, k. of the Visigoths, Raginfried, mayor of Neustria, 716. Thiodes their guardian, 507 ---by the AMBLETEUSE, James II. lands at, 1688. Alight of Giselich, he is left sole king; AMBOISE, Charles VIII., k. of France, dies marries Clotilda, daughter of Clovis, and at, April 7, 1498-league of, 1560--commakes Seville his residence. 528-falls promise of, between the Romanists and in battle against Childebert, 531.
the Huguenots, March 19, 1563. AMALASONTHA, daughter of Theodoric, AMBOYNA, colonized by the Portuguese,
marries Eutharic, 515—is left a widow 1511-taken from them by the Dutch, with one son, 523-on her father's death, 1620who massacre the English there, governs as guardian to her son, Athala- 1624-taken by the English, Feb. 16, ric, 526 – after his death, associates 1796-restored to Holland, 1802-again her cousin, Theodatus, in the govern- taken, Feb. 21, 1810—and again restored,
ment, and is murdered by him; 534. 1814. Amalfi, begins to fourish by commerce AMBRACIA, receives an Athenian embassy
with the East, 776-repels the attack of to counteract the designs of Philip, B.c. Arigisius, duke of Beneventum, 786— · 343—given up to the Romans by the arins against the African and Spanish Ætolians, 189-battle of Actium in its corsairs, 813-assists in the defeat of the gulf, 31-on its site Augustus builds NiSaracen pirates, 819-leagues with Bene- copolis (now Prevesa), 30. ventum and Capua, against the Sara- AMBROSE, bp. of Milan, 375–holds a synod cens, 908-conquered by Robert Guis- at Aquileia against Palladius and Secard, 1077 - recovers its independence, cundianus, 381-pleads against the re1096-submits to Roger, k. of Sicily, 1131 storation of the Altar of Victory to the -taken by the Pisans, when a copy of senate-house, 384-refuses the empress Justinian's Pandects is said to have Justina one church for Arian worship at been discovered there, 1135—gives the Milan, 385-persuades Theodosius to retitle of Count to Nicolo Acciaiuolo, scind the order for rebuilding the Jews' 1348.
synagogue at Callinicum, 388-enjoins AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS in penance on him at Milan; encourages
Manchester, make demands which their monachism, 390.-d. 397. masters resist, Jan. 2, 1852—submit to AMBROSIUS, the friend and disciple of Oritheir employers' terms, April 26.
gen, assists him by paying clerks to AuAli, the royal race of the Ostrogoths;l copy for him, 235.