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of the Nobility; of these He invited over Several, to Some He gave Bishopricks; He bestow'd the Archbishoprick of Canterbury on one Robert a Norman Monk, on whose Counsels He greatly depended, & thus by degrees introduc'd the Norman Language & Customs into England. Earl Godwin highly exasperated at the Archbishop's favour, begun to sow Sedition amongst the Nobility, when an accident happen'd that produc'd an open revolt, Eustace Count of Bologne marry'd to a Sister of Edward's came in 1051. to make Him a Visit, when [[deletion]] Some [[/deletion]] [[addition]] part [[/addition]] of His attendants committing some outrage in their journey from Dover, the People assembl'd in great Numbers, & a bloody fray ensu'd, from which He escap'd with difficulty, & made His complaint to the King at Glocester; as this happen'd in Godwin's Government, the King