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" Edward having a coach and four horses with him, he went to Banbury. There were only with him old . . . Wither a herald painter of London and his clerk (Gregorie) the former of which trick'd the coates, the other entred them in the book of visitation.... "
The Visitations of the County of Oxford Taken in the Years 1566 - Page xi
by William Harvey, John Philipot, William Ryley - 1871 - 383 pages
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The Lives of Those Eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and ...

Thomas Hearne, Anthony Wood - Authors, English - 1772
...which trick'd the Coates, the other entred them in the book of Vifitation. He the faid Sr. Edw. Byffhe was in Oxon. againe in 1675, to make an end of his Vif1tation, but AW was then abfent. , \Dom. 1669. By Virtue of a Ticket, fome dayes before put into...
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A history of the College of Arms: and the lives of all the Kings, Heralds ...

Mark Noble - History - 1804 - 451 pages
...CHARIES!!. ** them in the book of visitation. He, the said Sir Edw. Bysshe,. was " in Oxford again in 1675, to make an end of his visitation; but AW ** was then 'absent." No doubt there is much truth in this relation : but some allowances must be made from a disappointed...
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The Visitations of the County of Oxford Taken in the Years 1566

William Harvey, John Philipot, William Ryley - Heraldry - 1871 - 383 pages
...Wither a herald painter of London and his clerk (Gregorie) the former of which trick'd tho coates, tho other entred them in the book of visitation. He the...imply that it is of no very great genealogical value ; iLs contents, however, would have been interesting as a continuation of the list of names of such...
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Publications, Volume 21

Oxford Historical Society - Oxford (England) - 1892
...of which trick'd the coates, the other entred them in the book of visitation. He the said Sir Edward Bysshe was in Oxon. againe in 1675 to make an end of his visitation, but AW was then absent. tMarch 20 or therabout, Sir John Denham' died. 1 ie Cross Inn. his right to have a coat of arms: sec...
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Publications, Volume 21

Oxford Historical Society - Oxford (England) - 1892
...of which trick'd the coates, the other entred them in the book of visitation. He the said Sir Edward Bysshe was in Oxon. againe in 1675 to make an end of his visitation, but AW was then absent. tMarch 20 or therabout, Sir John Denham died. 1 ie Cross Inn. his right to have a coat of arms...
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