The Flemings in Oxford: Being Documents Selected from the Rydal Papers in Illustration of the Lives and Ways of Oxford Men 1650-1700, Volume 1
John Richard Magrath
Oxford Historical Society at the Clarendon Press, 1904 - Intellectual life
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Additional Notes Ambleside Appendix April Banckes baronet batler Bishop Bodl Bodleian brother Carlisle carryage Charles Christopher Christopher Dudley Cockermouth Committee for Compounding Coniston Cosen Cosin County Cumberland Dalston Daniel Fleming death died Dixon Dudley Earl edition Edward eldest elected England English entered Queen's College father Febr fellow ffor Fletcher Gerard Langbaine Given unto Grasmere Hall Halton hath haue Henry Fleming honoured horse Hutton James Cock John Banckes John Fleming John Kirkby Joseph Williamson July June Kendal King Kirkby knighted Lady Lamplugh Lancaster late letter London Lord Lowther March married matriculated Oxford Oxon Paid unto parish Parliament Printed probably proceeded B.A. Provost published Queen's College Library Richard Roger Kirkby Rydal Rydal Hall sent Sept Sir John Lowther sister Skirwith Smith Spent Thomas Thomas Dixon Westmorland wife ye sum
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