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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 1787 - Humor - 318 pages
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Page xxviii - ... tun in five days. He lodged and kept his table at St. John's college, but his lady and her retinue at Magdalen college, whereof his grandfather Audley was founder. The king and prince lay at Trinity college, where the plays were represented ; and the hall so well ordered for room, that above two thousand persons were conveniently placed.
Page xxxiii - I muft crave pardon not to be of his opinion. Though I endured a great deal of penance by the way for this little...
Page xxx - Compton's son, though least, yet was not worst), but more than half marred with extreme length. The third night was an English comedy called Albumazar of Trinity College's action and invention, but there was no great matter in it more than one good clown's part.
Page xxviii - Ratcliffe, a foolish tutor of physic, which proved but a lean argument; and though it were larded with pretty shews at the beginning and end, and with somewhat too broad speech for such a presence, yet it was still dry.

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