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Kent “in the Commentaries Cæsar writ, Is term'd the civill'st place of all this isle,” 2 HENRY VI., iv. 7. 56. “So, in Cæsar's Comment. B. v. [14]: ‘Ex his omnibus [longe] sunt humanissimi qui Cantium incolunt.’ The passage is thus translated by Arthur Golding, 1590 [1565]: ‘Of all the inhabitants of this isle, the civilest are the Kentishfolke’” (STEEVENS) .

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