Alumni Oxoniensis: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1500-1714: Their Parentage, Birthplace, and Year of Birth, with a Record of Their Degrees. Being the Matriculation Register of the University, Alphabetically Arranged, Revised and Annotated, Volume 2

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Parker and Company, 1891
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Page 6 - Revolution he refused to take the oath of allegiance to William and Mary, and was deprived of his benefices.
Page 743 - Lord llobartcp, lord-lieutenant of Ireland ; rector of St. Mary Arches, in Exeter, 1666; archdeacon and treasurer of Waterford 1669 ; prebendary of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 1669; dean of Raphoe, bishop of Raphoe 1671, and of Londonderry 1681 ; driven thence by the Irish 1688, returned to England, minister of St. Mary Aldermanbury 8 Sep., 1689, until his death, 19 June, 1690. See ' Ath.,
Page 796 - ... 1655. He had been educated at University college, Oxford; and on the 9th May, 1661, was actually created doctor of medicine in that university by virtue of the king's letters, which stated that his father was DD and sequestered in the late rebellion from about 300/. per annum ; that this William was in the old king's service at Colchester, and in the service of this king. Moreover, that his near kinsman Colonel Robert Levinz suffered and was executed by the bloody rebels.* BENJAMIN PICKERING,...
Page 527 - Lord Privy Seal ; Bishop of Exeter, 1487, of Bath and Wells, 1492, of Durham, 1494, and of Winchester, 1501; Founder of Corpus Christi College, 1515 ; d.
Page 704 - Magdalen as servitor before becoming af ellow of Lincoln in 1 664, where he was a tutor for seven years. He took the DD in 1679, and was preferred to the deanery of Worcester and was Chaplain in Ordinary to the king and to the duke of Lauderdale. While at St. John's he was no favourite of Thankful Owen. He refused to take sermon notes, nor would he frequent the meetings of the young scholars for spiritual exercises. He learnt Hebrew and discussed with his ducal patron rabbinical learning. Evelyn...
Page 813 - Scotchman who migrated from Annandale to Carlisle and entered the service of Henry VII'.
Page 844 - Aldgate, 1700, rector of St. Mary Aldermary, and St. Thomas Apostle, Vintry, 1708, canon of Salisbury 1701, archdeacon of Huntingdon 1701. canon of Lincoln 1708, dean of Peterborough 1708.
Page 718 - In the year 1700 he did himself everlasting honour by providing burial in Westminster Abbey for the neglected Dryden, and pronouncing a eulogium over his grave. On the accession of George I. he was knighted and appointed physician in ordinary to the king, and physician-general to the army.
Page 460 - MERTON COLL. 1602, BA 27 Jan., 1601-2, MA 10 Feb., 1606-7, B. and DD 19 July, 1633, rector of Lapworth, со.
Page 636 - Haliall (Halsal), Cuthbert (Lanes.). Adm. cler. 15 Nov.; matr. 21 Nov. 1617. aged 17 ; BA 5 July 1621 ; MA 29 Oct. 1624. Harbyn (? Hardin), John (Dorset). Matr. pleb. 28 Mar. 1617, aged 15; BA Lincoln 10 May 1619. Hargrave (Hargreves), John (Lanes.). Adm. pleb. 21 Oct. ; matr. 21 Nov. 1617, aged 18 ; Nowell Scb.

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