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Ignoramus: comoedia - Page xxxiii
by George Ruggle - 1787 - 319 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 21

Edmund Burke - History - 1778
...exceedingly pleafed many times, both at the plays and difputations ; for I had the hap to be, for moil part, within hearing ; and often at his meals he would...way for this little pleafure, yet I would not have milled it, for that I fee thereby the partiality of both fides ; the Cambridge men pleafing and applauding...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR. LITERARY JOURNAL:

SEVERAL HANDS - 1778
...fave two or three, and commends them beyond Oxford, yet I am not fo partial, but therein I muft *rave pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured a great deal of penance by the way for this little pleafurc, yet I would not have mifled it, for that 1 fee thereby the partiality of bo:h fides ; the...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 21

History - 1800
...for mod part, within hearing ; and often at hi? meals he would exprefs as much. He vifited all tlic colleges^ fave two or three, and commends them beyond...way for this little pleafure, yet I would not have mifled it, for that I fee thereby the partiality of both fides ; the Cambridge men pleating and applauding...
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Annual Register, Volume 21

History - 1800
...two or three, and commends them beyond Oxford, yet I am not . fo partial, but therein I muft erare pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured...way for this little pleafure, yet I would not have mifled it, for that I fee thereby the partiality of both fides ; the Cambridge men pleafing and applauding...
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The Poems of Richard Corbet, Late Bishop of Oxford and of Norwich

Richard Corbet, Octavius Gilchrist - English poetry - 1807 - 260 pages
...pasquinades and ballads sufficiently descriptive of their mutual animosities. An eye-witness declares, "Though I endured a great deal of penance by the way for this little pleasure, yet I would not have missed it, for that I see thereby the partiality pf both- sides ó...
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The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ...

Thomas Birch, Robert Folkestone Williams - 1848
...colleges, save two or three, and commends them beyond Oxford. Yet I am not so partial, but therein I must crave pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured...a great deal of penance by the way for this little pleasure, I would not have missed it, for that I see thereby the partiality of both sides, the Cambridge...
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The Court and Times of James the First: Illustrated by Authentic ..., Volume 1

Robert Folkestone Williams - Great Britain - 1848 - 510 pages
...colleges, save two or three, and commends them beyond Oxford. Yet I am not so partial, but therein I must crave pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured...a great deal of penance by the way for this little pleasure, I would not have missed it, for that I see thereby the partiality of both sides, the Cambridge...
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"Ignoramus": comoedia coram Regia Maiestate Jacobi regis Angliae ; an ...

Justin Loomis Van Gundy - 1906 - 105 pages
...colleges, save two or three, and commends them beyond Oxford; yet I am not so partial, but therein I must crave pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured...a great deal of penance by the way for this little pleasure, yet I would not have missed it, for that I see thereby the partiality of both sides; the...
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The Eagle, Volumes 29-30

1908
...Colleges, save two or three, and commends them beyond Oxford, yet I am not so partiall, but therein I must crave pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured a great deal of pennance by the way for this little pleasure, I wold not have missed yt for that I see therby the partialite...
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Ignoramus comúdia; scriptore Georgio Ruggle, A.M. aulae Clarensis, apud ...

George Ruggle - Humor - 1787 - 318 pages
...and commends them beyond Oxford; yet I am not fo partial, but therein I muft crave pardon not to he of his opinion. Though I endured a great deal of penance...thereby the partiality of both fides ; the Cambridge men pleafmg and applauding themfelves in all, and the Oxford men as faft condemning and detracting all...
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