Anglican Councils

Anglican Councils a designation given to the English general councils, of which the precise locality is unknown; e.g. A.D. 756, one of bishops, presbyters, and abbots, held' by archbishop Cuthbert to appoint June 5 to be kept in memory of the martyrdom of St. Boniface and his companions; A.D. 797 or 798, held by Ethelheard preparatory to his journey to Rome, to oppose the archbishopric of Lichfield.

 
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