DOBUNI 1 author est Plinius Cf. N. J. III.cxxii.5 and 7.
DOBUNI 1 ut Dio prodidit LX.xix.1.

GLOCESTERSHIRE 1 Eius igitur verba De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1596A Migne).
GLOCESTERSHIRE 1 quod perstringit Columella XII.i.1.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 4 si domino Powello David Powell, The History of Cambria (1584).
GLOCESTERSHIRE 4 Antonius Fitz Herbert Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, best known for his The boke of justices of peas (1505).
GLOCESTERSHIRE 5 inquit Malmesburiensis V.398.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 7 De quo Iuvenalis iv.126.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 7 in Ninnii potius sententiam Nennius gives no information about Vortigern’s paternity; this perhaps comes from his commentator, frequently confused with the author himself by Camden.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 8 ut habet Athelwerdus Athelwerd was an early chronciler heaviliy indebted to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. A sidenote dates this to 878.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 9 facilis descensus Avereni Aeneid VI.126.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 12 possessio erat Hugonis comitis Cestriae Sidenote: Inquisitio 2 Edwardi 1.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 17 quem comitem Glocestriae dixit Sidenote: Pat. 15 Joan. R. 4.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 18 ut Galba The allusion is to Tacitus’ famous remark at Historiae I.xlix.20.
GLOCESTERSHIRE 18 sed dignissimus regno See the note on Dorsetshire 4.

OXFORDSHIRE 2 Ibi enim levi proelio A sidenote dates this to 1387.
OXFORDSHIRE 4 rex Henricus III Sidenote: 37 H. 3.
OXFORDSHIRE 5 old Varro used Not in our text.
OXFORDSHIRE 6 hoc epitaphio rythmico This mock-epitaph appears to have been well known, it was printed in the Carminum Proverbalium Loci Communes(edited by Hermannus Gembirgiu?, Londo edition 1583).
OXFORDSHIRE 10 Scribit enim Alexander Necham Sidenote: Lib. 2 de natura rerum.
OXFORDSHIRE 10 ut apud Guilielmum Malmesburiensem legitur De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1607C Migne).
OXFORDSHIRE 10 Danica utcunque sedata tempestate A sidenote dates this to 886.
OXFORDSHIRE 11 ex his Ingulphi verbis History of Croyland Abbey for the year 1051.
OXFORDSHIRE 11 et in eo ecclesiam A sidenote dates this to 1074.
OXFORDSHIRE 11 Robertusque eius e fratre A sidenote dates this to 1129.
OXFORDSHIRE 13 ut B. Hieronymus Epistle cxxv.
OXFORDSHIRE 14 qui obiit 1269 Sidenote: Liber Mailros.
OXFORDSHIRE 14 vulgo Orial A sidenote dates this to 1318 and refers to the chronicle of Hide monastery.
OXFORDSHIRE 14 ut ex Xeuxidis Cf. Pliny, N. H. XXXV.lxiii.3 (cited as XXXV.ii in a sidenote).
OXFORDSHIRE 15 cum Eunapio IV.i.3.
OXFORDSHIRE 15 ut Pliniano verbo utar N. H. IV.xxiv.4.
OXFORDSHIRE 15 quod de Athenis Pomponius Pomponius Mela II.xli.2.
OXFORDSHIRE 16 regnante Henrico Tertio deduxit Sidenote: Claus. H. 3. 3.
OXFORDSHIRE 17 ut inquit Bedam III.vii.
OXFORDSHIRE 18 ut inquit Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1605B Migne).
OXFORDSHIRE 10 Dio meminit LX.xx.6.

CATTIEUCHLANI 2 Servius enim Honoratus Servius on Aen. VIII.660 (modern editors read gaesos).

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 3 barones Furnivall Sidenoe: Liber Finium.

BEDFORDSHIRE 3 uti legimus in Florilego Matthew of Westminster, Flores Historiarum for the year 797.

HERTFORDSHIRE 7 Quo cum magno nobilium multitudo A sidenote dates this event to 1241.
HERTFORDSHIRE 7 ex quo Stephanus rex Sidenote: Newbrigensis lib. 5 c. 4.
HERTFORDSHIRE 7 et ab Henrico nostro Tertio Sidenote: Matth. Paris anno 1248.
HEREFORDSHIRE 9 ut habet Tacitus Annales XIV.xxxiii.11. The following quote is Suetonius, Nero xxxix.1.
HERTFORDSHIRE 10 scribit Caesar B. G. V.xii.4 (modern editions usually read utuntur aut aere aut nummo aureo aut taleis ferreis).
HERTFORDSHIRE 10 Fortunatus presbyter cecinit Miscellenea (vol. LXXXVIII, col. 270B Migne). The correct reading is Egregium Albanum.
HERTFORDSHIRE 10 Et Hiericus Gallus Hericus Antissiodorensis, Vita Sancti Germani IV.i.7ff.
HERTFORDSHIRE 11 ut inquit Beda I.vii.
HERTFORDSHIRE 11 ut Constantius These are in fact the words of Bede I.xviii.
HERTFORDSHIRE 11 ex Gildae enim verbis de Excidio Britanniae I.8.
HERTFORDSHIRE 11 quae e Florilego nostro attexam Matthew of Westminster, Flores Historiarum for the year 794.
HERTFORDSHIRE 12 paucula accipe The document quoted here does not seem to be in Migne; a sidenote dates this to ca. 960.
HERTFORDSHIRE 13 Richardus dux Eboracensis A sidenote dates this to 1456.
HERTFORDSHIRE 15 ut habetur in vita eiusdem Fretherici This is in fact from a document entitled Institutiones sive Leges Regis Willielmi lxxi (vol. CXLIX, col. 1324C Migne).
HERTFORDSHIRE 16 ut in eius vita scribitur Not in Migne.

TRINOBANTES 1 in Triadum Libro See the relevant note on Mona 3.
TRINOBANTES 2 authore Suetonio Claudius xxiv.3.
TRINOBANTES 2 ut habet Tacitus Agricola xiv.4.
TRINOBANTES 2 ut author est Ninnius I.43.

MIDLESEX 1 poeta Germanus From the Iter Anglicum by Nathan Chytraeus [1543 - 1598].
MIDLESEX 4 ut ait ille Vergil, Eclogue i.26.
MIDLESEX 5 Ammianus Marcellinus XXVII.viii.6. The following reference is to Tacitus, Annales
MIDLESEX 6 quae non muiltos ante annos A sidenote dates this to 1474.
MIDLESEX 6 nuper a fundamentis denuo extructa A sidenote dates this to 1586.
MIDLESEX 8 Ammianus enim Marcellinus Loc. cit. and XXVIII.iii.1.
MIDLESEX inquit Dio A sidenote cites Book LIV, but this appears to quote Xiphilinus’ epitome (p. 83.31 Dindorf-Stephanus).
MIDLESEX 8 in illo versu Virgilius Aeneid V.718 (but appellabunt should be read).
MIDLESEX 9 ut ait Marcellinus XXVII.viii.8.
MIDLESEX 9 teste Symmacho Epistle xxix (modern editors read statuis equestribus).
MIDLESEX 9 teste Beda II.iii.
MIDLESEX 9 De qua Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum II (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1516C Migne).
MIDLESEX 9 nobis pueris A sidenote says this happened in 1561 and that Camden got this from William of Malmesbury.
MIDLESEX 11 Ethelredus sive Egelredus A sidenote says that the burial of Sebba occurred ca. 680 and that this occurred in 1016.
MIDLESEX 12 ut Guilielmus Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum II (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1513B Migne, which has the reading divitiis, constipata negotiatorum).
MIDLESEX 12 ut Ioannes Fortescue Sir John Fortescue, De Laudibus Legum Angliae(1543).
MIDLESEX 12 parlamentaria authoritate sunt assignatae Sidenote: Statutum de terris Templariorum 17. Edward 2.
MIDLESEX 17 A sidenote says this comes from William Fitzstephens’ Descriptio Nobilissimae Civitatis Londoniae.
MIDLESEX 18 Statius, Silvae V.ii.88ff.
MIDLESEX 19 ut habet regius Scriptor Proverbs 16:10.
MIDLESEX 19 poeta quidam Quite likely Camden himself in his poem on the marriage of Tama and Isis.
MIDLESEX 20 a Mauro quodam According to a sidenote this comes from Book I of Rodericus Toletanus (i. e., the thirteenth century De Rebus Hispaniae by Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada, Bishop of Toledo).
MIDLESEX 22 quorum Statius meminit A misquotation of Silvae II.i.162f.,

quodque Arabes Phariique Palaestinique liquores
arsuram lavere comam?

MIDLESEX 25 ut taceam domum senatoriam According to sidenotes, the Guildhall was erected in 1411, Leadenhall in 1445, and the Exchange in 1567.
MIDLESEX 25 ille Hadrianus Quotes from the Philippeidis by Hadrianus Junius [1511 - 1575] and Julius Caesar Scaliger [1484 - 1558], De Urbibus.
MIDLESEX 26 Alius hos quoque A sidenote states these lines to be from the Connubium Tamae et Isis. The lines ascribed here to Henry of Huntingdon do not appear in Migne’s Patrologia Latina, attributed to him or to anyone else.
MIDLESEX 27 vir clarissimus Ioannes Ionstonus Particularly in its description of Scotland, Britannia is studded with verses by this friend of Camden.
MIDLESEX 27 persequutus est Ioannes Stowaeus See the note on Dani 1.

ESSEX 5 In veteribus enim Anglorum annalibus A sidenote dates this to 894.
ESSEX 7 Scribit enim Suetonius Augustus lx.1.
ESSEX 7 ut aruspex aruspicem cum videat An echo of Cicero, De Natura Deorum I.lxxi.5, Mirabile videtur quod non rideat haruspex cum haruspicem viderit; hoc mirabilius quam vos inter vos risum tenere possitis?
ESSEX 10 Radulphus Niger A twelfth-century chronicler. I cannot find this statement either in Bede or in either of Niger's chronicles.
ESSEX 10 Sic vero illa se habet Sidenote: Inter Record. de Term. S. Hilarii E. 1.17 penes Thesaurum et Camerarium Scaccarii.
ESSEX 11 ut apud Ingulphum legitur History of Croyland Abbey for the year 1066.
ESSEX 17 quos Tacitus Historiae V.xvi.14.
ESSEX 18 vocat Tacitus Annales XIV.xxxi.18. The next quote is Seneca, Apocolocyntosis viii.3.
ESSEX 18 Edwardum Aefredi filium A sidenote dates this to 914.
ESSEX 19 apud Siculum Flaccum The first passage quoted resembles the discussion at Flaccus’ De Condictionibus Agrorum p. 102.16ff., but is not by that author. The second is p. 105.5.
ESSEX 20 tribuat Mutianus C. Licinus Mucianus, Historiae fr. 29 ap. Pliny, N. H. XXXII.lxii.5.
ESSEX 20 Ausonius vocavit Epistle ix (vol. XIX, col. 0920 Migne).
ESSEX 22 quod Divo Ioanni A sidenote says this was done in 1105.
ESSEX 23 ut habet B. Augustinus Perhaps a reference to Quaestiones in Heptateuchum I.iii. The following reference is to Suetonius, Augustus lxxii.3.
ESSEX 25 a lepidissimo Martiale III.lviii.4f.
ESSEX 27 in antiquo scriptore Sidenote Registr. Walden.
ESSEX 27 D’ Eureux This is Camden’s standard spelling for the surname we are accustomed to see written as Devereux.

ICENI 1 apud Caesarum B. G. V.xxi.1. The following quote is Tacitus, Annales XII.xxxi.11.
ICENI 2 ut inquit Tacitus Annales XII.xxxi.10.
ICENI 2 ut Tacitus pro me His account of the uprising begins at Annales XIV.xxxi.2.
ICENI 2 Gildas vocare videtur I.4.
ICENI 2 ut Tacitus scribit Annales XIV.xxxvii.12. Dio Cassius, Xiphilinus p. S165.19 Dindorf-Stephanus.
ICENI 3 ecce tibi Abbo Floriacensis Vita Sancti Eadmundi (vol. CXXXIX, col. 0509B Migne).

SUFFOLK 1 ex Apicii schola The famous Roman chef.
SUFFOLK 3 Hadrianus Junius No doubt from his Nomenclator Omnium Rerum.
SUFFOLK 3 Martialis libro Epigrammatum tertio He means III.58.
SUFFOLK 3 ut author est Dio LX.xix.1.
SUFFOLK 4 ideo memorandum quod A sidenote dates this to 1173.
SUFFOLK 5 Hic genuit quatuor Sidenote: Guilielmus Gemiticensis lib. 7 c. 37.
SUFFOLK 5 Satis longo post tempore A sidenote dates this to 1421.
SUFFOLK 6 in Peutegerianis schedulis See the relevant note on Kent 35.
SUFFOLK 9 interpretante Beda III.xxii. The following quote is from II.xv.
SUFFOLK 10 scripsit Plinius IX.ix.3.
SUFFOLK 13 Adeo ut illud Ciceronis Although a sidenote cites Cicero, De Natura Deorum I, the correct reference s III.xxiv.7.
SUFFOLK 14 ut Abbonis verbis utar Vita Sancti Eadmundi (vol. CXXXIX, col. 0514A Migne).
SUFFOLK 14 Cum autem ille Sidenote: Inquisitionum Liber.
SUFFOLK 15 interprete Beda III.xix.
SUFFOLK 16 in comitiis parlamentariis Sidenote: Inq. 5. Rich. 2.
SUFFOLK 16 Michaelem De-la-Pole A sidenote refers to Leland’s commentary on Cygnea Cantio and goes on to cite Thomas Walsingham, Saint Albans Chronicle for the year 1385, and the register of the monastery of Molsa.

NORTHFOLKE 3 a Bucchanani invidia In Book XIX of his 1582 Rerum Scoticarum Historia George Buchanan had written how Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, strove to overthrow the infant James VI, marry Mary Queen of Scots, and return her to the throne.
NORTHFOLKE 5 contendit Hadrianus Junius Presumably in the Nomenclator.
NORTHFOLKE 6 ut inquit Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1762A Migne).
NORTHFOLKE 7 Alexander Nevillus Alexander Neville, De Furoribus Norfolcensium Ketto Duce(1575).
NORTHFOLKE 7 Caio nostro Dr. John Caius of Cambridge [1510 - 1573]. The reference to him in the next paragraph is glossed with a reference to his De Rariorum Animalium Historia Libellus (1570) p. 57 Venn.
NORTHFOLKE 11 Roberto Bacon et Ioanne Brett A sidenote dates this to 1321.
NORTHFOLKE 11 de eo Paulus Panza Paolo Pansa, Vita del gran pontefice Innocenzio quarto(1598).
NORTHFOLKE 12 Erasmus...tibi describet In his colloquium Peregrinatio religionis ergo.
NORTHFOLKE 16 ex aeditis...commentariis Sir Edward Coke [1552 - 1634] is best known for The Institutes of the Lawes of England, or a Commentarie upon LIttleton.
NORTHFOLKE 18 enupta fuit Ioanni domino Segrave Sidenote: Parlam. 21 Rich. 2.
NORTHFOLKE 18 Henrici Sexti Sidenote: Rot. Paul. 3. H. 6.
NORTHFOLKE 18 filiolus duxit Sidenote: Parlam. 17. Edw. 4.
NORTHFOLKE 18 capite plexus Sidenote: Vide in Adagiis Hadriani Iunii Achilleum votum.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE 3 ut inquit Beda IV.9.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 4 ut cum Eumenio loquar I find no mention of literary patrons in Eumenius.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 4 Caius John Caius, Historiae Cantabrigensis Academiae (1574, p. 4 Venn).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 6 in vetusta Petri Blessensis This is not included among Peter of Blois’ works in Migne’s Patrologia Latina.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 6 duo eruditissimi senes There was a huge, and hugely unprofitable, contemporary debate about the priority of the two Universities, with partisans on both sides industriously manufacturing bogus histories. Had all the time and energy been invested in more worthwhile enterprises, humanity would have profited. Probably one of the two senes Camden had in mind was Dr. John Caius, in his Historiae Cantabrigensis Academiae and the other the “Oxonian Antiquarius” he attempts to refute in that work.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 7 Henricus Huntingdonensis I cannot find this place mentioned in Henry’s work. A sidenote dates this to 1109.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 7 ut inquit ille Seneca, De Beneficiis I.iv.6.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 10 de qua Abbo Floriacensis Vita Sancti Eadmundi ii (vol. CXXXIX, col. 0509B Migne).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 10 ad Danicum regem Canutum A sidenote records that he came to the throne in 1018, and that Abbo died in 1003.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 10 de rebellione Athelwolphi A sidenote dates this to 905.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 10 unde Guilielmus Malmesburiensis From Book II (vol. CLXXIX, col. 0337C Migne).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 12 in illo disticho XIV.xcix.1f.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 13 Foelix antiquae memoriae scriptor The Life of St. Guthlac by Felix, a monk of Crowland, is not included in the Patrologia Latina, but virtually the same words can be read in Book IV of Ordericus Vitalis’ Ecclesiastica Historia (vol. CLXXXVIII, col. 0357D Migne). The following verses are quoted in part at vol. XCV, col. 0295C Migne (various appendices to Bede’s Ecclesiastical History).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 13 ex Henrico Huntingdonensi From Historiae Book V (vol. CXCV, col. 0905A Migne).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 13 Guilielmi Malmesburiensis haec paucula verba De Gestibus Pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1611A Migne).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 14 Apollonis oraculum A sidenote says this comes from Pausanias’ Description of Greece in the section devoted to Corinth.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 15 et Malmesburiensis prodit De Gestibus Pontificum Anglorum II (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1517B Migne).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 15 Brithnotus comes A sidenote informs this comes from the Liber Eliensis.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 15 teste Malmesburiense De Gestibus Pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1611D Migne).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 17 ut habet Malmesburiensis Ib. IV (col. 1612D).
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 19 evexit rex Edwardus Tertius A sidenote dates this to 1399.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE 2 illud usurpare potest Anthologia Latina 495.1.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE 3 vocat Columella I proem, iv.8.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE 3 vocat Henricus ille Huntingdonensis In Book VI of his Historiae (vol. CXCV, col. 0913B Migne).
HUNTINGDONSHIRE 7 Rex enim Canutus Sidenote: Historiola Eliensis.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE 8 per illum lacum traiicerent Sidenote: Charta fundationis Saltriae.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE 9 et repente decidit A sidenote attributes this quote to Matthew Paris.

NORTHAMTONSHIRE 1 ut Hythlodaeus ille dixit A quotation from Book I of More’s Utopia.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 4 qui postea Sidenote: Parl. 27 H. 6.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 4 Statimque constabularius Sidenote: 7. Edw. 4.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 5 tenebatur in capite Sidenote: Inq. 44 Ed. 3.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 6 inquit Tacitus Annales XII.xxxi.9 (modern texts read cunctaque castris Avo nam <inter> et Sabrinam).
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 6 ut alibi ipse testatur Tacitus Agricola xiv.1.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 6 Lipsius nostrae aetatis Phoebus The great Belgian Tacitean scholar Justus Lipsius [Josse Lips, 1547 - 1606].
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 8 Robertus Catesby de Ashby S. Leger Catesby was one of the ringleaders of the Gunpowder Plot.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 10 primo Northantoniae comite constructum A sidenote dates this to 1075, and says that the information comes from the Register of St. Andrew’s Church.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 10 ut prodit Henricus Huntingdonensis Historiae VI (vol. CXCV, col. 0913B Migne).
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 10 quae lex suprema A traditional Latin maximum originating at Cicero, De Legibus III.viii.8.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 13 ut apud Robert de Swapham legitur A chronicle-writing monk of Peterborough.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 14 apud Tacitum Annales I.lxxix.11.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 19 Cum Siculus Flaccus memoret De Condicionibus Agrorum p. 104.21.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 19 et S. Augustinus scribat De Civitate Dei XXI.iv.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 19 quos botontinos vocarunt Sidenote: Hinc Buttings forte apud nos.
NORTHAMTONSHIRE 20 Matidem filiam primogenitam A sidenote says this information came from the Life of St. Waldeof.

LEICESTERSHIRE 2 ille celeberrimus Ioannes Wicliff A sidenote records that he died in 1387.
LEICESTERSHIRE 3 ut ait poeta Camden is thinking of Lucan IX.959, etiam periere ruina.
LEICESTERSHIRE cum Robertus cognomento Bossu A sidenote dates this to 1143.
LEICESTERSHIRE 5 Henricus Knightonus A sidenote dates this to 1330.
LEICESTERSHIRE 5 in Ninnii catalogue III.7.
LEICESTERSHIRE 10 his versibus Venantius Fortunatus From Miscellanea IX.ix.9f. (modern editors read Nomine Vernometis, vocitare, and refert for sonat).
LEICESTERSHIRE 11 vir scientia clarus Henry of Huntingdon, Epistola ad Walterum de Mundi Contemptu (vol. CXCV, col. 0984A Migne).
LEICESTERSHIRE 11 expulso anno MCC A sidenote says this information comes from Matthew Paris.
LEICESTERSHIRE 11 in charta anni XXXV A sidenote says this was preserved in the Register of the Duchy of Lancaster.

RUTLANDSHIRE 1 ut inquit poeta I do not know the source of this line (which has become a Latin proverb).
RUTLANDSHIRE 2 inussit Everardus Digby Another member of the Gunpowder Plot.
RUTLANDSHIRE 7 illud poetae Ovid, Epistulae ex Ponto II.iii.1f. (which has aequas).

LINCOLNSHIRE 2 Matthaeus Westmonastereiensis Flores Historiarum for the year 1216.
LINCOLNSHIRE 3 interprete Ingulpho History of Croyland Abbey for the year 716.
LINCOLNSHIRE 3 Foelicis monachi Felix’s Life of St. Guthlac is not included in Migne.
LINCOLNSHIRE 5 indulgentiam tertiae partis I cannot find this quotation in the works of Peter of Blois (or of anybody else) in the Patrologia Latina.
LINCOLNSHIRE 6 alibi vocat Ingulphus Although Ingulphus says he was banished to Anjou for his treason (entry for the year 1089), I can find no place in the History of Croyland Abbey where he is given this title. The reference immediately following is to the entry for the year 1051.
LINCOLNSHIRE 7 quod de Corintho When it was sacked by the Romans in 146 B. C.
LINCOLNSHIRE 7 prioratum de Freston posuit A sidenote cites the Register of this monastery.
LINCOLNSHIRE 7 Herwardus Anglus A sidenote says this information comes from Ingulphus, a chronicle-writing monk of Crowland.
LINCOLNSHIRE 8 totam villatam A sidenote says this is a quote of the Book of Inquisitions of the Exchequer.
LINCOLNSHIRE 10 ut author est Ingulphus History of Croyland Abbey for the year 1076.
LINCOLNSHIRE 10 Nigello eius aevi satyrico Nigel Wireker (floruit 1190), in his Speculum Stultorum.
LINCOLNSHIRE 11 ut est in placitis Sidenote: Pl. 27. H. 3. Rot. 13. Linc.
LINCOLNSHIRE 11 videtur Ingulphus loqui History of Croyland Abbey for the year 870.
LINCOLNSHIRE 11 Cromwell enuptam Sidenote: Inq. 21. H. 6.
LINCOLNSHIRE 11 quia coniecturabat Sidenoate: Patent 10. Edw. 2.
LINCOLNSHIRE 12 apud Georgium Agricolam Presumably he means Agricola’s De Re Metallica (1541).
LINCOLNSHIRE 13 testatur Plinius N. H. XXXVI.clxxxiii.4.
LINCOLNSHIRE 18 ut inquit Beda II.xvi.
LINCOLNSHIRE 18 ut inquit Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1605D Migne).
LINCOLNSHIRE 18 ut habet Henricus Huntingdonensis From Historiae Book VI (vol. CXCV, col. 0932A Migne). The following quote is from the same passage in William of Malmesbury.
LINCOLNSHIRE 18 eius temporis poeta From a poem quoted by Henry of Huntington in Book VIII (col. 0950D).
LINCOLNSHIRE 20 inquit author meus A sidenote identifies him as Roger Hoveden (Annales for the year 1200) .
LINCOLNSHIRE 20 in illa aetate eruditus A sidenote seems to say that Camden found this passage in both Matthew Paris and an anonymous chronicle of the period.
LINCOLNSHIRE 20 Thomas Cooperus In his biography of Camden (para. 5) Thomas Smith tells how, when Camden went up to Oxford, his tutor was Thomas Cooper of Magdalene College [Master of the College 1549 - 1557, d. 1594].
LINCOLNSHIRE 21 prodit Beda III.xi.
LINCOLNSHIRE 21 ut scribit Petrus Blessensis Sidenote: In appendice Ingulphi.
LINCOLNSHIRE 22 per manerium Sidenote: Inq. 23. E. 3. Likewise the following quotation is glossed Fines Mich. Anno. 1. H. 6.
LINCOLNSHIRE 24 Unde quidam Somebody’s parody of Aeneid I.367f.:

mercatique solum, facti de nomine Byrsam,
taurino quantum possent circumdare tergo.

LINCOLNSHIRE 26 dicit Henricus Huntingdonensis Historiae VI (vol. CXCV, col. 0923A Migne).
LINCOLNSHIRE 26 quarum altera Sidenote: Fines 29. E. 3.
LINCOLNSHIRE 27 authore Matthaeo Westmonasteriensi Flores Historiarum for the year 1014.
LINCOLNSHIRE 28 Frontini verbo De Agrorum Qualitate p.2.11.
LINCOLNSHIRE 29 sub id tempus Sidenote: 2. Hen. 2.
LINCOLNSHIRE 29 si ipse sine haeredibus Sidenote: Lib. Monast. de Stanlow. Another sidenote against the following sentence tells us that the King in question was Edward II.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 3 quo loci A sidenote dates this to 868.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 4 Semel etiam A sidenote dates this to 1175 and says the information comes from Roger of Hoveden (Annales for the year 1194) .
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 5 ubi Ioannes Delapole A sidenote says this occurred at the battle of Stoke in 1487.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 6 ut vocat Henricus Huntingdonensis Historiae Book VIII (vol. CXCV, col. 0962A Migne).
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 6 Nec aliud quippiam A sidenote says this occurred in 1216.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 8 Guilielmus cognomento Conquestor According to a sidenote the information in this paragraph comes from Lib. M. Linton, Matthew Paris, and Roger of Hoveden.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 8 et confirmavit rex Richardus Primus Sidenote: Inq. 6. Rich. 1.

DARBYSHIRE 2 S. Loius Knivetonus The antiquarian and local historian St. Lo Kniveton was also a collector of manuscripts (his holdings subsequently became part of the Yelverton Collection).
DARBYSHIRE 4 quod Iulianus Augustus Juilian, fr. 168.8.
DARBYSHIRE 4 Gallorum doctissimus A sidenote states that Camden is thinking of the De Vino by Adrianus Turnebus [1512 - 1565].
DARBYSHIRE 4 apud Plutarchum Placita Philosophorum p. 911B.
DARBYSHIRE 5 cum suis periit A sidenote dates this to 1553.
DARBYSHIRE 8 ut ex archivis regni Sidenote: Inq. 2. E. 2.
DARBYSHIRE 8 Plinium locutum arbitror N. H. XXXIV.clxiv.3.
DARBYSHIRE 8 poeta Ion Ion of Chios, fr. 15.1.
DARBYSHIRE 8 Caesaris de Feltria versiculos I have no idea what Caesar may be meant: certainly not Caius Julius.
DARBYSHIRE 11 ut inquit III.xxiv.

WARWICKSHIRE 3 tantae inerant A slight misquotation of Aeneid I.11, impulerit. tantaene animis caelestibus irae?
WARWICKSHIRE 3 cum poeta Catullus lxii.14.
WARWICKSHIRE 5 Ninnius Not in our text of Nennius.
WARWICKSHIRE 5 ut scribit ille This seems to be a half-remembered quotation of Florus, Epitome II.xxi.54, nec dum adsuetae frenis servitutis tumidae gentium infla taeque cervices ab inposito nuper iugo resiliebant.
WARWICKSHIRE 5 si Lazio credatur The Austrian geographer Wolfgang Lazius [1514 - 1565].
WARWICKSHIRE 10 Militesque ordinis S. Ioannis Sidenote: Vide Stat. de Templariis.
WARWICKSHIRE 11 solverent quantum terrae A sidenote dates this to 1266.
WARWICKSHIRE 13 ut in illo A sidenote refers to the Decretals of Honorius III, chapter 14.
WARWICKSHIRE 13 Malmesburiensis verbis utor De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1604C Migne). The following quotation is from De gestis regum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1292C).
WARWICKSHIRE 13 Godiva uxore obnixe intercedente A sidenote dates this to 1050 and says the story is found in the Florilegus chronicle.
WARWICKSHIRE 16 Deinde Ioannes de Placetis Sidenote: Placita E. 3. Rotulo 234.
WARWICKSHIRE 16 concessit rex Henricus Sextus Sidenote: Rot. Parl. 23. H. 6. A subsequent sidenote states that he was created Duke of Warwick in the following year.

WORCESTERSHIRE 4 et Apicio? See the note on Suffolk 1.
WORCESTERSHIRE 7 Quod rex Eadgarus A sidenote says this comes from the Register of Worcester Cathedral, and dates it to 964.
WORCESTERSHIRE 7 ut in Guilielmo Malmesburiensi De gestis pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1575C Migne).
WORCESTERSHIRE 9 funditus destruxit A sidenote says this comes from the Book of Eversham monastery and that it occured ca. 1157.
WORCESTERSHIRE 9 praelio cecidit A sidenote dates this to 1265.
WORCESTERSHIRE 9 Guilielmum Malmesburiensem legitur Ib. IV (col. 1598C).
WORCESTERSHIRE 11 ut habet Guilielmus historicus Malmesburiensis Ib. IV. col. 1575D.
WORCESTERSHIRE 11 comitis Wigorniae divisa Sidenote: Orig. 1. H. 7. R. 36.

STAFFORDSHIRE 3 ex actis publicis constat Sidenote: Inqui. 2. E. 3.
STAFFORDSHIRE 9 si Angliam invaderet A sidenote dates this to ca. 779 and cites the History of Rochester Cathedral.
STAFFORDSHIRE 9 ut inquit Beda IV.3.
STAFFORDSHIRE 10 construxit abbatiam de Burton A sidenote dates this to 1004.
STAFFORDSHIRE 13 fortunam quam flectere A seeming echo of Seneca, Thyestes 200, flecti non potest — frangi potest.

SHROPPSHIRE 1 ut Siculi Flacci verbo utar Siculus Flaccus does not in fact use this word, but he uses the word archifinalis five times in the course of the discussion at De Condicionibus Agrorum pp. 101f.
SHROPPSHIRE 2 non ita pridem Sidenote: 27. Henr. 8.
SHROPPSHIRE 3 quo quod circa annum salutis LIII A sidenote refers to Tacitus (i. e. Annales XII.xxxiii.2 et seqq. and to the antiquarian reseaches of Humphrey Lluydd.
SHROPPSHIRE 4 Henricus Scotorum regis filius A sidenote says this occurred in 1139 and acknowledges this incident comes from Matthew Paris.
SHROPPSHIRE 5 ut in inquisitione legitur Sidenote: Inq. 40. E. 3.
SHROPPSHIRE 6 per servitium A sidenote says this too comes from the Inquisitions (of the Exchequer).
SHROPPSHIRE 7 Milburga sanctissima virgo A sidenote says this comes from William of Malmesbury (i. e., De Gestis Regum Anglorum II.216).
SHROPPSHIRE 7 Giraldus Cambrensis his verbis innuit Descriptio Cambriae II.7.
SHROPPSHIRE 10 Ultra Ternam flumen A sidenote dates this to 1459.
SHROPPSHIRE 10 Tenebatur olim Sidenote: Inq. 2. 10. E. 2.
SHROPPSHIRE 12 quum Henricus Percius iunior A sidenote dates this to 1401.
SHROPPSHIRE 13 inquiunt A sidenote attributes this quotation to H. Francastorius (sic), i. e. the famous physician Girolamo Fracastorio [1478 - 1553].
SHROPPSHIRE 14 Ab illis vero Sidenote: 20. Edw. 4.
SHROPPSHIRE 15 et Beda VI.9.
SHROPPSHIRE 15 apud Caradocum Lancabernensem Caradocus of Lhancavarn was a Welsh chronicler.
SHROPPSHIRE 16 ut Chronologia Cestrensis habet A sidenote dates this to 1205.

CHESSHIRE 1 ut quod de hoc A sidenote refers to Pierre Pithou’s description of Campania, from which Camden presumably derived this definition.
CHESSHIRE 2 ut habet Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1604A Migne).
CHESSHIRE 2 Strabo olim scripsit Stravo IV.v.2 , Pliny N. H. XI.ccxxxix.4.
CHESSHIRE 3 ex Luciano monacho A sidenote informs us this comes from his De Laude Cestriae.
CHESSHIRE 3 Ausonius dixerat Ordo Urbium Nobilium xx.33.
CHESSHIRE 3 credidit Giraldus Cambrensis Itinerarium Cambriae II.9.
CHESSHIRE 3 Unde Prosper Aquitano Περὶ Ἀχαρίστων I (vol. LI, col. 0094B Migne).
CHESSHIRE 4 ut inquit Beda II.2.
CHESSHIRE 4 ut inquit ille Lucan I.161.
CHESSHIRE 5 ut inquit ipse De rebus gestis regum Anglorum I.47.
CHESSHIRE 6 ex Giraldo Cambrensi Itinerarium Cambriae II.13.
CHESSHIRE 7 suis verbis Ranulphus Ranulph Higden, author of the Polychronicon (ca. 1350).
CHESSHIRE 7 Ipsum enim in triumphali navicula According to a sidenote, this occurred in 960.
CHESSHIRE 9 monasteriolum posuit A sidenote dates this to 1173.
CHESSHIRE 10 monasteriolum posuit A sidenote says this one was founded in 1134.
CHESSHIRE 10 Scribit Matthaeus Pariensis I. e. Roger of Wendover, Flores Historiarum for the year 1241.
CHESSHIRE 12 Leonardus Vairus refert A sidenote cites his De Fascino (1583), Book II.
CHESSHIRE 14 teste Florilego Matthew of Westminster, Flores Historiarum for the year 920.
CHESSHIRE 14 in Henrici Huntingdonensis historia V (vol. CXCV, col. 10901A Migne).
CHESSHIRE 15 Iustus Lipsius See the note on Northamtonshire 6.
CHESSHIRE 15 In aliis vero A sidenote dates this inscription to 78.
CHESSHIRE 15 Scribit enim...Tacitus Annales XII.xxxii.2 (a sidenote dates this to 51).

SILURES 2 coniectavit Tacitus Agricola xi.2. The subsequent reference to Pliny is to N. H. IV.ciii.2.
SILURES 2 non quod habet Tacitus Annales XIV.xxix.4 (modern editors do indeed print Siluras).
SILURES 2 Iuvenalis versiculum iv.32f.

HEREFORDSHIRE 6 Edwardi vero Primi temporibus Sidenote: Inq. 26. Ed. 1.
HEREFORDSHIRE 7 Qui cum nuptia A sidenote dates this to 793.
HEREFORDSHIRE 7 e Malmesburiensi colligitur De gestis regum Anglorum II.196.
HEREFORDSHIRE 7 ut habet Floriacensis This statement is not found in Abbo Floriacensis. The following reference is to De gestis pontificum Anglorum IV (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1559A Migne).
HEREFORDSHIRE 8 hamelettum de Laton Sidenote: Fin. Hilarii 20. Edw. 3.
HEREFORDSHIRE 10 Harum sororem natu maximam A sidenote dates this to 1156.

RADNORSHIRE 2 qui rebellem animum A sidenote says this comes from Matthew Paris.
RADNORSHIRE 2 in Polycratico suo Ioannes Sarisburiensis
RADNORSHIRE 3 ut inquit Ninnius This is not precisely what Nennius says (III.48): in J. A. Giless translation, he writes [Vortigern] had three sons: the eldest was Vortimer, who, as we have seen, fought four times against the Saxons, and put them to flight; the second Categirn, who was slain in the same battle with Horsa; the third was Pascent, who reigned in the two provinces Builth and Guorthegirnaim, after the death of his father. These were granted him by Ambrosius, who was the great king among the kings of Britain. The fourth was Faustus, born of an incestuous marriage with his daughter, who was brought up and educated by St. Germanus. He built a large monastery on the banks of the river Renis, called after his name, and which remains to the present period.
RADNORSHIRE 4 Mortuomarii sive de Mortuo-mari A sidenote says this information comes from Guilielmus Gemeticensis, lib. ult. c. 16. This would appear to be an incorrect reference, since the only mention William makes of this family is at VII.xxii (col. 9861C Migne), where he records the foundation of a monastery by Roger de Mortimer. There certainly is no such information at VIII.xvi.
RADNORSHIRE 4 Huic natus erat A sidenote sites the Book of Llanthony Abbey.

BRECHNOCKSHIRE 2 inquit ille Itinerarium Cambriae I.2.
BRECHNOCKSHIRE 3 ut author est Ninnius III.48.
BRECHNOCKSHIRE 6 ut inquit poeta Juvenal vi.285 (who wrote sumunt ).

MONMOUTHSHIRE 1 ut inquit Giraldus Descriptio Cambriae I.6.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 2 plenius novit Giraldus Cambrensis Itinerarium Cambriae I.3.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 3 in minori Matthae Parisiensis historia I. e., in Matthew of Canterbury's Flores Historiarum for the year 1239.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 3 Galfridum etiam Arthurium Geoffrey of Monmouth.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 5 tenebatur per servitium Sidenote: Inq. 3. Ed. 1.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 6 dum haec recognoscimus Camden refers to the catastrophic flood of January 20, 1607, described by the poet Sir John Stradling in his epigram IV.98.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 6 ut inquit Giraldus Itinerarium Cambriae I.5.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 7 ut inquit Giraldus Ib. I.4.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 7 transcripsit in Thomam fratrem Sidenote: 19. Rich. 2.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 7 in uxorem accepit Sidenote: Cl. 19. & 21. Henr.6. &c.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 7 ad statum, gradum Sidenote: 6. Edw. 2.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 8 Giraldo Itinerarium Cambriae I.5 (the reference is to the passage quoted in the next paragraph).
MONMOUTHSHIRE 10 provinciae Ciliciae posita According to a sidenote, these inscriptions were housed at the palace of the Bishop of Llhandaff at Mathern. The Bishop in question was Francis Godwin (best remembered as the author of the 1638 The Man in the Moone: or A Discourse of a Voyage Thither by Domingo Gonsales, the Speedy Messenger), a man who clearly had a keen interest in Roman antiquities.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 10 quodammodo appareat In a sidenote Camden notes that Claudius Pompeianus and Lollianus Avitus were Consuls in 210.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 10 Haec enim fragmenta In a sidenote Camden suggests this was erected by a centurion.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 11 Thomas Iames Oxoniensis Thomas James was the first Librarian of the Bodleian Library.
MONMOUTHSHIRE 11 inquit Giraldus Itinerarium Cambriae I.6.

GLAMORGANSHIRE 1iudicavit Cato De Agricultura I.iii.2. The following refence is perhaps to Pliny, N. H. XVII.xx.6.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 2 nescio an Edwardus Stradling The reference is to Sir Edward Stradling’s The Winning of the Lordship of Glamorgan out of the Welshmen’s Hands (printed in David Powell’s edition of Humphrey Llwyd’s 1584 Historie of Cambria).
GLAMORGANSHIRE 3 Ioannes Sanford The Chaplain of Magdalene College, Oxford, and eventually a prebend of Canterbury and rector of Ivychurch, Kent. His Apollonis et Musarum Εὐκτικὰ Εἰδύλλια is in the Philological Museum. 1
GLAMORGANSHIRE 3 ut author est Ninnius III.48 (this time accurately reported).
GLAMORGANSHIRE 4 Dubriciumque virum sanctissimum A sidenote says this comes from the Book of Llhandaff Cathedral.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 5 inquit Giraldus Itinerarium Cambriae I.6 (he could describe Barry with particular authority, because that little island was his family home).
GLAMORGANSHIRE 5 meminit Clemens Alexandrinus The passage is in fact Stromata VI.iii.33.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 5 vir doctissimus Ioannes Stradling The poet Sir John Stradling (the great-nephew and heir of Sir Edward). At this point Camden transcribes part of a letter written him by Sir John, dated 1594, printed as letter XLVII in Thomas Smith, V. Cl. Gulielmi Camdeni et Illustrium Virorum ad G. Camdenum Epistolae(1691). Stradling printed the letter’s poem as epigram II.8 in his 1607 Epigrammatum Libri Quatuor.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 6 refert Polybius XXXIV.ix.5.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 7 donec a Cunedo According to a sidenote this comes from the chronicler Thomas Walsingham.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 7 servitium unius militis According to a sidenote this comes from the Book of Neth Abbey.
GLAMORGANSHIRE 7 Capgravium nostrum The Nova Legenda Angliae by John Capgrave [1393 - 1464].

DIMETAE Plinius N. H. IV.ciii.2

CAERMARDENSHIRE 2 ut author est Giraldus Itinerarium Cambriae I.9.
CAERMARDENSHIRE 2 ut inquit Giraldus Ib. I.10.
CAERMARDENSHIRE 2 Britannorum Tages Tages was the Etruscan god of wisdom, who taught the Romans the art of divination by haruspicy, and then mysteriously disappeared.
CAERMARDENSHIRE 3 ut scribit Giraldus Loc. cit.

PENBROKSHIRE 1 ut inquit Giraldus Itinerarium Cambriae I.12 (the quote the next paragraph comes from the same passage).
PENBROKSHIRE 3 ut poetae verbis utar Claudian LXXXV.4f.
PENBROKSHIRE 3 Giraldum legis I.12. The following quote is from the same passage.
PENBROKSHIRE 5 ut inquit Giraldus Ib. I.11.
PENBROKSHIRE 5 Malmesburiensis historicus De gestis regum Anglorum IV.311.
PENBROKSHIRE 7 ut author est Giraldus Itinerarium Cambriae II.1.
PENBROKSHIRE 8 quem Plinius N. H. IV.ciii.2.
PENBROKSHIRE 8 ex his Giraldi verbis Itinerarium Cambriae I.13. The following quote is from the end of the same chapter.
PENBROKSHIRE 9 ut author est Giraldus ille Ib. I.12.
PENBROKSHIRE 9 Augusti Thuani Esmerii Jacques-August de Thou [1553 - 1617]). Camden refers to his verse treatise on hawking, Hieracosophiou, sive de re accipitraria libri tres (1587).
PENBROKESHIRE 10 scripserit Ausonius Mosella 97ff.
PENBROKESHIRE 11 author est Robertus Gloverus Robert Glover (1544 - 1588), Somerset Herald, author of the Nobilitas politica vel civilis (608).

CARDIGANSHIRE 2 ut credidit Giraldus Cambrensis Itinerariu II.3.

ORDEVICES ut habet Caesar B. G. III.viii.1.
ORDEVICES et Pausaniae innotuisse VIII.xliii.2.

MONTGOMERYSHIRE 1 ut habet Giraldus Itinerarium II.12.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE 2 commentus est Galfredus Geoffrey of Monmouth, History of the Kings of Britain II.6.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE 5 Ioannes ille Grey Sidenote: Dupli. Norm. 6. Henr. 5.

MERIONETHSHIRE 1 Giraldo Itinerarium II.5 (from which the following quote is taken).
MERIONETHSHIRE 1 ut Malmesburiensis habet De Gestis Regum Anglorum II.155.

CAERNARVONSHIRE 2 testante Plinio N. Η. VI.lxiv.2. The following reference is to Giraldus Cambrensis, Itinerarium II.9.
CAERNARVONSHIRE 2 Ioannes Sarisburiensis in Policratico VI.6.
CAERNARVONSHIRE 4 Authorque est Matthaeus Westmonasteriensis In his Flores Historiarum for the year 1282.
CAERNARVONSHIRE 4 ut author est Tacitus Agricola xviii.4.

MONA 1 ut habet Giraldus Itinerarium II.7.
MONA 2 ut scribit Tacitus Annales XIV.xxix.12. The following quote is Agricola xviii.4.
MONA 3 asseruerit Humfredus Lhuidus See the note on Britannia 8.
MONA 3 ut Triadum Libro memoratur The Welsh Book of Triads (Trioedd Ynys Pyrdein), an anthology of triadic sayings.
MONA 3 domini Clifford Sidenote: 1. pars Pat. anno 2. H. 5.

DENBIGHSHIRE 3 Sed eo morte mulctato A sidenote says this occurred in 1468.
DENBIGHSHIRE 6 Nec ante Henrici Octavi A sidenote dates this to 27. Henr. 8.

FLINTSHIRE 6 Marcum Vitruvium Pollionem Vitruvius discusses hypocausts at V.x
FLINTSHIRE 6 ut inquit ille Statius, Silvae I.v.59. The following quote is Giraldus Cambrensis, Itinerarium I.5.

PRINCIPES WALLIAE anno regi suo duodecimo A sidenote observes this was the 29th year of the reign of Edward I.
PRINCIPES WALLIAE Maria, Elizabetha et Edwardus A sidenote records that Edward was created Prince of Wales in the 26th year of the reign of Henry VIII.