Alumni Oxonienses: S-Z

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Parker and Company, 1892
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Page 1435 - He was made knight of the bath at the creation of Henry prince of Wales, and died in Flanders in 1625.
Page 1305 - the most noted defender of the Roman Catholic cause in his time.
Page 1365 - The Principal Secretaries of State. Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer. Speaker of the House of Commons. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Page 1511 - ORDER never taking place, he received the honor of knighthood in 1663: at which time he was a commissioner of the alienation office, surveyor-general of the Outports, and one of the chief farmers of the Customs.
Page 1434 - MA 26 Oct., 1612, proctor 1621, BD 18 July, 1623, DD 6 July, 1638; chaplain to the embassy at Venice 1624, a student of inner Temple 1608, as of Alpington, Devon, gent.
Page 1646 - Thomas 1602), assistant to the commissioners of Middlesex and the city of Westminster for the ejection of...
Page 1521 - Westminster School. For a time Vicar of Braintree, Essex, 1537-44. Rector of Calbourne, Isle of Wight, 1552. Canon of Windsor, 1553. Died, 1556. Buried at St. Margaret's, Westminster. Works : ' Floures for Latin Spekynge, selected and gathered out of Terence, and the same translated into Englysshe...
Page 1341 - College, matric. 19 May, 1637, aged 16, BA 6. Feb., 1640—1, vicar of Chisledon, Wilts, 1663; father of William 1671. — In diese Zeit also wird die Entstehung von 'Grobiana's Nuptials' fallen, das auf die leeren Seiten eines Heftes geschrieben wurde, das ein šlteres Drama enthielt.
Page 1580 - Appleby 2 Feb., 1655; rector of St. Peter's, Cornhill, 1704, canon of Lincoln 1718, dean of Gloucester 1720, bishop of Carlisle 1723, until his death 29 Oct., 1734 ; buried in St. Peter's. Cornhill; father of John 1722.
Page 1353 - On Jan. 1 following the leave was extended to a year, provided he could get it allowed by the Royal Visitors, who had limited the grace-period to six months ; and this was granted (ib.

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