No. V – On the Celtic Kingdom of Strath-Cluyd, called the Regnum Cambrense, in SCOTLAND, 1st July, 1816, pp.519-522.

[Scottish Antiquities Contents] “Antiquam exquirite matrem.” [“Seek out your ancient mother.”]    Respectfully inscribed to Gen. ALEXANDER DIROM, of Mount Annan.     BY the concurring testimony of ancient writers, it is quite apparent that the Mæatæ, or Midland Britons, possessed for ages a principality, or kingdom of their own, called Regnum Cambrense, or the kingdom […]

No. V – On the Celtic Kingdom of Strath-Cluyd, called the Regnum Cambrense, in SCOTLAND, 1st July, 1816, pp.519-522.

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