Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments of Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich ...

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Longmans, Green and Company, 1903 - Manuscripts
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Page 178 - His guiftes and blessings bestowed upon me," consisted of a master and a warden (both to be of the name of Alleyn), four fellows, six poor brethren, six poor sisters, and twelve poor scholars. The almspeople and scholars were chosen in equal proportions from the four parishes severally of St.
Page 89 - ... of paper to be indifferently made and rolled up, in one of which rolls the wordes " Godd's guift " are to be written, and the other rowle is to be left blank, and so put into a boxe, which boxe...
Page 77 - Kings are to be sold to the best advantage, and the money to be applyed for the use of the 8J Colledge in setting up such figures as were formerly over the porch, but to be of copper instead of stone.
Page 89 - are written, shall be forthwith admitted into the void place or office in the said college, as the case shalf require, &c.
Page 88 - Town ; and if unable to pay the said line, may be set in the stocks for the space of one hour.
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Page 89 - ... shall draw lots for the place, &c. 12. Item, that the manner of drawing of the said lots shall be thus, that is to say : two equal small rolls of paper to be indifferently made and rolled up, in one of whkh rolls the words
Page 77 - There is an entry dated ao late as March 4, 1711/12, from which it appears that some of these rings were afterwards recovered : — " Memorand. that the Warden of this Colledge bath now...
Page 63 - The error in this particular has arisen, as in many other cases, from not consulting original and authentic documents. Alleyn's burial took place, as appears by the College Register, on the Monday immediately subsequent to his decease ; and he especially charged his executors that his funeral should...
Page 100 - Warden and ffellows, 2oo", 2 Silver Tankards, and a Turkey Carpet if it might be accepted in satisfaction of ye legacy left by Mr Cartwright to ye Colledge and that Jonson and his wife might be discharged thereof.

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