Publications, Volume 21

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Clarendon Press for the Oxford Historical Society, 1892 - Oxford (England)
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Page 274 - Lord, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am.
Page 446 - Sussex, lately deceased, was not put in, wrapt up, or wound up, or buried in any shirt, shift, sheet, or shroud, made or mingled with flax, hemp, silk, hair, gold, or silver, or other than what is made of sheep's wool only...
Page 120 - I have not done any thinge to make the University ashamed of me, or to repent the good opinion they had once of me ; and though I must have no further mention in your public devotions (which I have alwayes exceedingly valued) I hope I shall be alwayes remembred in your private prayers as Your affectionate servant CLARENDON.
Page 518 - Charles,' and many drawing up to the very coach window cryed ' Let the king live, and the devill hang up all roundheads:
Page 402 - I entred into the church I had a strang veneration came upon me to see the ruins of such a majestick and gigantick pile, with windowes over windowes and walkes over walks in the walls, statelie pillars, curious carved work every where.
Page 426 - Shewing that the Bishops are not to be Judges in Parliament in Cases Capital, np, 1679.
Page 475 - Mar. 15, Munday, Thomas Hovell that killed John White a servitour of Ball. Coll. was hanged on a gallows against Ball. Coll. gate : died very penitent and hang'd there till 2 or 3 in the afternoone. The next day hanged on a gibbet in chaines on this side Shotover...
Page 117 - One could not see the length of a man be' fore him. The mist, though not soe great, was 10 or 16 miles westward from London and likely on other sides. I remember that the same day was at Oxon frosty and clear and sunshiny: but the Fryday going before viz. the 8 was misty at Oxon also — such as happen in Dec.or Febr.
Page 337 - A psalm of thanksgiving to be sung by the children of Christ's Hospital,
Page 93 - Give a Scholar of OXFORD a pot of Sixteen, And put him to prove that an Ape hath no taile, And sixteen times better his wit will be seen, If you fetch him from Botley a. pot of good ale. Thus it helps Speech and Wit : and it hurts not a whit, But rather doth further the Virtues Morale; Then think it not much if a little I touch The good moral parts of a, pot of good ale.

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