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CHA P. III. The State of Gaył, after it pas reduced
ids the form ofá Province by the Romans.
? CH A P. IVALO Of the Original of the Franks, who ham
ving polless’d themselves of Gallia, changed its Name into that of Fran
cia, or Francogallia.
****CH A P. V. Iof the Name of the Franks, and their
fundry Excursions; and what time they first began to establish a Kingdom in Gallia. al 29
СНАР. CH A P. VI. Whether the Kingdom of Francogallia
was Hereditary or Electives and the · Manner of making its Kings. p. 38
CH A P. VII. Whet Rule was observed concerning the
Inheritance of the Deceased King, when he left-moré. Children than
. CHA P. VIIITM Of the Salick, Law, and what Right
Women had in the Kings, their Father's Inheritance. H y 9301954
TOP 50,9009 • C H A P. IX: 5: of the Right of Wearing a large Head
of Hair peculiar to the Royal Fa* mily.
Francogallican Government. p. 63
C H A P. XI.
Council. a. lar 7 7
Mayors of the Palace.. 85.
Whether Pipin was created King by the
Pope, or by the Authority of the Fran
cogallican Council. 1 : 90 I'CHA P. XIV. Of the Constable and Peers of France.
| CH A P.
CHAP XV of the continued Authority and Power : of the Sacred Council, during the
Reign of the Carlovingian Family.
of the Capevingian Race, and the
Manner of its obtaining the Kingdom of Francogallia.. .
c H A P. XVII. Of the uninterrupted Authority of the
Publick Council, during the Cae pevingian Line. ..-- 444
CH A P. XVIII. of the Remarkable Authority of the Council against Lewis the Eleventh.
118 СНАР. C'H A P. XIX, Whether Women are not as much dea