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History of English poetry from the 12th to the close of the 16th century - Page 48
by Thomas Warton, William Carew Hazlitt, Richard Price - 1871
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Annual Register, Volume 21

Edmund Burke - History - 1778
...were deftroyed or removed by the pious vifitors of the univerfity in the reign of Edward the Vlth, whofe zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. A great number of claffics, in this grand work of re. 5 formation, were condemned asantichriftian. — John Whethamltede,...
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The History of English Poetry: From the Close of the Eleventh ..., Volume 2

Thomas Warton - English poetry - 1778
...were deftroyed or removed by the pious vifitors of the unirerfity in the reign of Edward the fixth, whofe zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. A great number of claffics, in this grand work of reformation, were condemned as antichriftian *.. In the library of...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR. LITERARY JOURNAL:

SEVERAL HANDS - 1778
...dcihoyed or removed by the pious vifuors of the univerfity in the reign of Edward the bixth, whole zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. A great number ot Hailics, in this grand work of reformation, were condemned as antichriluan. In the library ol Oriel...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 21

History - 1800
...were deftroyed or removed by the pious vifitors of the univerfity in the reign of Edward the Vlth, whofe zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. A great number of in this grand work of reformation, were condemned as M, tichriftian. — John Whethamfieif, a learned...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...dellroyed or removed by the pious yifuois of. the univerlity in the reign of Edward l he Vlth, whole /c.il was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. A great Dumber of s, in this grand worXpf .rçfiaftics, and diligence in ftudy, the tranflator difplays at...
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Annual Register, Volume 21

History - 1800
...were dellroyed or removed by the pious vifitors of the uiiverlity in the reign of Edward (lie Vlth, whofe zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. Ae;rtat number of cklTits, in thb grand work of reformation, were . condemned ai antichriilian. —...
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Oxoniana: Or Anecdotes Relative to the University and City of Oxford, Volume 1

Rev. John Walker - 1806
...destroyed or removed by the pious visitors of the university in the reign of Edward the sixth, whose zeal was equalled only by their ignorance or perhaps by their avarice. A great number of classics, in this grand work of reformation, were condemned as anti-christian. The following remarkable...
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History of Great Britain, from the death of Henry viii. to the accession of ...

James Pettit Andrews - 1806
...superstition, were destroyed or removed by the pious • visitors in the reign of Edward VI. whose zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. [WARTON. The gallant Essex, who favored literature, did his best to replace this loss, by sending to...
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The History of English Poetry: From the Close of the Eleventh ..., Volume 2

Thomas Warton - English poetry - 1840
...destroyed or removed by the pious visitors of the University in the reign of Edward the Sixth, whose zeal was equalled only by their ignorance, or perhaps by their avarice. A great number of classics, in this grand work of reformation, were condemned as antichristian ч. In the library of...
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