Philosophaster, comoedia: nunc primum in lucem producta. Poemata, antehac sparsim edita, nunc in unum collecta

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Typis Stephani Avstin, 1862 - College and school drama - 148 pages
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Page xix - a little urchin " and " a meddling hocus pocus," had been discovered amongst the Dean's papers, and he feared the pillory. He was sentenced to have his ears nailed to the pillory in the presence of his scholars.
Page xvii - Middlesex) p. 9) as being on a monument raised about four feet from the ground, with the effigies of Sir Arthur Gorges, his lady, three sons, and five daughters, in brass plates fixed thereon, not a vestige of which now remains : In obitum illustrissimi viri Domini Arthuri Gorges, equitie aurati, Epicedium.
Page 39 - JEolus hzc contra: Tuus, o Regina, quid optes, Explorare labor: mihi juffa capeflere fas eft. Tu mihi, quodcumque hoc regni, tu fceptra Jovcmque Concilias : tu das epulis accumbere Divum , Nimborumque facis tempeftatumque potentem.
Page xx - Feb. 10, 1631 ; where he afterwards resided and married Margaret, the daughter of Robert Vaughan, of Hengwrt, the great antiquary.
Page xix - He was afterwards the first moral philosophy reader after the lecture had been founded by Dr. Thomas White, and the writer and publisher of Oratie funcbris habita Oxoniai. 22 Apr. 1624, in Laudem Doctora Whit╗ Lectura: Moralie Phihsophia Fundatorit.
Page xvi - Sir Arthur Gorges, was the intimate friend of Spenser, who lamented the death of...
Page xvii - Thy daughters, sons, and wife, bewail thee dead, And eke that crowded school where thou wast bred.
Page xiii - In 1599 he was elected a student of Christ Church, where he continued to reside till his death in 1640.
Page xvi - Anno 1600, Timoleon sonne of Sir Arthur Gorge and Lady Elizabeth his wife, born the 26th day of August, and baptized primo Octobris, at Chelsea.

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