Dramatists of the Restoration: John Crowne

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William Hugh Logan
W. Patterson, 1875 - English drama
 

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Page 221 - ... idiota, the profits of his lands and the custody of his person may be granted by the king to some subject, who has interest enough to obtain them...
Page 250 - Inigo was sent for by the Earl of Pembroke, and " received his Majesty's commands to produce, out of his own practice in architecture, and experience in antiquities, whatever he could possibly discover concerning Stonehenge.
Page 211 - Latin thesaurus inventus, which is where any money or coin, gold, silver, plate, or bullion is found hidden in the earth, or other private place, the owner thereof being unknown; in which case the treasure belongs to the king: but if he that hid it be known, or afterwards found out, the owner, and not the king, is entitled to it.(x)12 Also if it be found in the sea, or upon the earth, it doth not belong to the king, but the finder, if no owner appears...
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Page 325 - ... as the suburbs of a great city. From the highest part of the heavens came forth a cloud far in the scene, in which were eight persons richly attired representing the spheres...

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