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" ... he understood well, but he found him nice and supercilious. Few gentlemen appeared, because at that time there was a horse race at Brackley. Such that came to him, he entred if they pleased. If they did not enter he was indifferent, so the visitation... "
The Visitations of the County of Oxford Taken in the Years 1566 - Page xi
by William Harvey - 1871 - 383 pages
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The Lives of Those Eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and ...

Thomas Hearne, Anthony Wood - Authors, English - 1772
...came to him, he entred if they pleafed. If they did not enter, he was indifferent, fo the Vifitation was a trite thing. Many look'd on this matter, as...Money. A little before his Departure he gave AW a dam of his Office, viz. he entred 3 or more Defcents of his Family, a Copie of which he hath lying...
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The Lives of Those Eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and ...

William Huddesford - Authors, English - 1772 - 462 pages
...came to him, he entred if they pjeafed. If they did not enter, he was indifferent, fo the Vifitation was a trite thing. Many look'd on this matter, as...Money. A little before his Departure he gave AW a dam of his Office, viz. he entred 3 or more Defcents of his Family, a Copie of which he hath lying...
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A history of the College of Arms: and the lives of all the Kings, Heralds ...

Mark Noble - History - 1804 - 451 pages
...; if they did not en" ter, he was indifferent : so the visitation was a trite thing. Many looked " on this matter as a trick to get money. A little before...departure he *' gave AW a dash of his office, viz. he entered three or more descents " of his family, a copy of which he hath lying by him. . Afterwards...
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The Visitations of the County of Oxford Taken in the Years 1566, Volume 5

William Harvey - Heraldry - 1871 - 383 pages
...appeared, because at that time there was a horse race at Brackley. Such that came to him, he eiitred if they pleased. If they did not enter he was indifferent,...look'd on this matter as a trick to get money. A little beforo his departure he gave AW a dash of his office viz. be entred 3 or more descents of his family,...
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The Visitation of Shropshire, Taken in the Year 1623, Volume 28

Robert Treswell, Augustine Vincent, William Camden - Heraldry - 1889
...because there was a horse race at Brackley.* Such as came he (Sir Edward Bysshe, Clarenceux) entered if they pleased. If they did not enter, he was indifferent. So the Visitation was a trite thing, many looked on it as a trick to get money." Now as we read these facts the Herald and his staff attended...
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Publications, Volume 21

Oxford (England) - 1892
...found him nice and supercilious. Few gentlemen appeared, because at that time there was a horse-race at Brackley. Such that came to him, he entred if they...office, viz. he entred 3 or more descents of his family 4 , a copy of which he hath lying by him. Afterwards Sir Edward having a coach and four horses with...
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Publications, Volume 21

Oxford (England) - 1892
...found him nice and supercilious. Few gentlemen appeared, because at that time there was a horse-race at Brackley. Such that came to him, he entred if they...his office, viz. he entred 3 or more descents of his family4, a copy of which he hath lying by him. Afterwards Sir Edward having a coach and four horses...
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The Ancestor, Issue 10

Genealogy - 1904
...part of the County of Oxon. . . . Few gentlemen appeared, because at that time there was a horse-race at Brackley. Such that came to him, he entred if they...thing. Many look'd on this matter as a trick to get money.1 The infallibility of the College records was clearly in the air, and we can trace the growth...
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Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, Volume 11

John Pitcher - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 395 pages
...there was a horse race at Brackley. Such that came to him. he entred if they pleased. If they did not he was indifferent, so the visitation was a trite...departure he gave AW a dash of his office viz. he entred 3 [sic] or more descents of his family, a copy of which he hath lying by him." Embedded in these narratives,...
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