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Abbey Atlantic Monthly August August 23 bear bearers believed Ben Jonson Biirgermeister Birmingham Daily Birmingham Daily Post Buckland buried Bust Capel Lofft carried cast cere-cloth Chancel Chandos Chandos portrait Charles Church churchyard Coudray Croker portrait curse Daily Post death Death-Mask deposit doubt Dowdall Droeshout engraving epitaph examination exhumation explored face funeral George Steevens Gerard Johnson Gewolbe Grand Ducal Grand Duke gravedigger gravestone Halliwell-Phillipps Henry VIII inscription interment John Freeth Jonson Jonson's skull Kassengewolbe Landschaftscollegium late living man's remains mask mausoleum Milton Museum Oliver Cromwell opened Parker Norris's pedestal persons Philister placed poet poet's portrait on wood Portraits of Shakespeare possession question raised Raphael recognised reinterment relics removed resting-place Ryde sarcophagi Schiller Schiller's head Schroter Schwabe sentiment set at rest SHAKESPEARE'S BONES Shakespeare's grave Shakespeare's remains Shakespeare's skull skeleton stone Stratford Stratford-upon-Avon superstition Swedenborg Swedenborgians teeth tomb traced back unctuous vault Weimar Wolzogen younger Goethe
Page 27 - of civil veneration) was by one King, a Doctor of Physick, made the object of scorn and contempt; but he who then derided the dead has since become the laughingstock of the living." This, being quoted by a correspondent in Notes and Queries,* elicited from Mr. C. Le Poer Kennedy, of St. Albans,
Page 27 - Thomas Fuller, in his Worthies, relates as follows: " Since I have read that his grave being occasionally opened [!] his scull (the relique of civil veneration) was by one King, a Doctor of Physick, made the object of scorn and contempt; but he who then derided the dead has since become the laughingstock of the living.
Page 18 - of September in the same year, after five days spent in removing the pavement in several places, the remains of Raphael were discovered in a vault behind the high altar, and certified as his by indisputable proofs. After being examined, and a cast made from the skull and
Page 24 - April. Mr. Archibald Blacklock, surgeon, drew up the following description : " The cranial bones were perfect in every respect, if we except a little erosion of their external table, and firmly held together by their sutures, &c., &c. Having completed our intention
Page 18 - skull of Raphael. Some even expressed a doubt as to the exact place of his sepulchre, though upon this point the contemporary testimony seemed to leave no room for uncertainty. To ascertain the fact, permission was obtained from the Papal Government, and from the canons of the Church of the Rotunda (ie, of the Pantheon), to make some researches; and on the
Page 19 - On the 4th of August, 1790, according to a small volume written by Philip Neve, Esq. (of which two editions were published in the same year), Milton's coffin was removed, and his remains exhibited to the public on the 4th and
Page 20 - an offer was made this morning to bring it to Soho Square, to show it to Sir Joseph Banks, but he desired to be excused from seeing the remains of the old villanous Republican, the mention of whose very name makes his blood boil with indignation. The same offer was made to Sir Joseph forty years ago, which he
Page 17 - In the year 1833 there arose among the antiquarians of Rome a keen dispute concerning a human skull, which on no evidence whatever, except a long-received tradition, had been preserved and exhibited in the Academy of St. Luke as the
Page 19 - who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered, to the great Puritan poet's remains by Royalist landsharks, satisfied himself that the corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton.