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The Living Age ... - Page 271
by Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1851
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The General biographical dictionary

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1815
...since coming to England, being appealed to in a duel, he had killed his adversary, who had hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his. For this crime he was imprisoned, and almost at the gallows. Then he took his religion on trust of a priest,...
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The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers

New and general biographical dictionary - 1815
...since coming to England, being appealed to in a duel, he had killed his adversary, who had hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his. For this crime he was imprisoned, and almost at the gallows. Then he took his religion on trust of a priest,...
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Scott and Scotland

Leitch Ritchie - Engraving, English - 1835 - 256 pages
...and since coming to England, being appealed to a duel, he had killed his adversary, who had hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his. For this crime he was imprisoned, and almost at the gallows. Then he took his religion on trust of a priest,...
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London, Volumes 1-2

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1841
...Since his coming to England, being appealed to the fields, he had killed his adversary, which hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer...which he was imprisoned and almost at the gallows." Aubrey, in his loose way, says, " He killed Mr. Marlowe, the poet, on Bunhill." Marlowe was killed...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

Early English newspapers - 1841
...iv.), that he had "been appealed to the fielde, had killed his adversarie, which hurt him in the arme, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his, for the which he was imprisoned and almost brought to the gallows." This story has appeared in all the biographies of Jonson, and Gifford (ip...
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Memoirs of Edward Alleyn: Including Some New Particulars Respecting ...

John Payne Collier - English drama - 1841 - 219 pages
...to England, being appealed to the fields, he had killed his adversarie, which hurt him in the arme, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his ; for the which he was emprisoned and almost at the gallowes." This story has been related in all the biographical accounts...
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Publications, Volume 1

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1841
...to England, being appealed to the fields, he had killed his adversarie, which hurt him in the arme, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his ; for the which he was emprisoned and almost at the gallowes." This story has been related in all the biographical accounts...
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Publications, Volume 8

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1842
...and since coming to England, being appealed to a duel, he had killed his adversary, who had hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his. For this crime he was imprisoned, and almost at the gallows. Then he took his religion on trust of a Priest,...
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Notes of Ben Jonson's Conversations with William Drummond of Hawthornden ...

Ben Jonson, William Drummond - 1842 - 54 pages
...and since coming to England, being appealed to a duel, he had killed his adversary, who had hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer than his. For this crime he was imprisoned, and almost at the gallows. Then he took his religion on trust of a Priest,...
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William Shakspere: A Biography

Charles Knight - 1843 - 542 pages
...his coming to England, being appealed to the fields, he had killed his adversary which had hurt him in the arm, and whose sword was ten inches longer...which he was imprisoned, and almost at the gallows. Then took he his religion by trust, of a priest who visited him in prison. Thereafter he was twelve...
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