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" James's time, I have heard my uncle Danvers say (who knew him) that he lived without Temple Barre, at a Combe-maker's shop, about the Elephant and Castle. In his later time he lived in Westminster, in the house under which you passe as you goe out of... "
'Brief Lives': I-Y - Page 14
by John Aubrey, Andrew Clark - 1898
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Historical and literary memorials of the city of London, Volume 1

John Heneage Jesse - London (England) - 1901
...heard my Uncle Danvers say, who knew him, that Ben Jonson lived without Temple Bar, at a comb-maker's shop, about the Elephant and Castle. In his later...lived in Westminster, in the house under which you pass as you go out of the churchyard into the old palace, where he died. He lies buried in the north...
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Historical and literary memorials of the city of London

John Heneage Jesse - Great Britain - 1901
...heard my Uncle Danvers say, who knew him, that Ben Jonson lived without Temple Bar, at a comb-maker's shop, about the Elephant and Castle. In his later...lived in Westminster, in the house under which you pass as you go out of the churchyard into the old palace, where he died. He lies buried in the north...
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Memoirs of the City of London and Its Celebrities, Volume 3

John Heneage Jesse - London (England) - 1902
..."I have heard my Uncle Danvers say, who knew him, that he lived without Temple Bar, at a combmaker's shop, about the Elephant and Castle. In his later...lived in Westminster, in the house under which you pass as you go out of the churchyard into the old palace, where he died." " Temple Bar without " included...
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Ben Jonson: l'homme et l'œuvre (1572-1637).

Maurice Castelain - 1907 - 953 pages
...who knew him, that he lived withour Temple Barre at a combe-maker's shop about the Elephant'sCastle. In his later time he lived in Westminster, in the house under which you passe, as you go out of the churchyard into the old palace : where he dyed. Walton nous dit : My lord told...
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The Sonnets of William Shakespeare: New Light and Old Evidence

Clara Longworth comtesse de Chambrun - 1913 - 276 pages
...have heard my Uncle Danvers say, who knew him, that he lived without Temple-Barre, at a comb makers shop, about the Elephant and Castle. In his later...out of the churchyard into the old palace; where he died. He lies buried in the North aisle opposite to the scutcheon of Robertus de Ros, with this inscription...
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The Jonson Allusion-book: A Collection of Allusions to Ben Jonson ..., Volume 6

Jesse Franklin Bradley, Joseph Quincy Adams - 1922 - 466 pages
...have heard my uncle Danvers say (who knew him), that he lived without Temple Barre, at a combe-maker's shop, about the Elephant and Castle. In his later...the churchyard into the old palace; where he dyed. He lies buryed in the north aisle in the path of square stone (the rest is lozenge), opposite to the...
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Brief Lives: A Modern English Version

John Aubrey - Literary Criticism - 1982 - 332 pages
...I have heard my uncle Danvers say (who knew him) that he lived without Temple Bar, at a combmaker's shop about the Elephant and Castle. In his later time...lived in Westminster, in the house under which you pass as you go out of the churchyard into the old palace; where he died. He lies buried in the north...
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Aubrey's Brief Lives

John Aubrey, Oliver Lawson Dick, Edmund Wilson - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 408 pages
...wont to say that he understood an Author as well as any man in England. Long since, in King James's time, I have heard my uncle Danvers say (who knew...house under which you passe as you goe out of the Church yard into the old Palace ; where he dyed. 'Twas an ingeniose remarque of my Lady Hoskins, that...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 24

Robert Vaughan - English literature - 1856
...(I have beard my uncle Danvers say, who knew him), he lived without Temple-Barre, at a comb-maker's shop about the Elephant and Castle. In his later time...out of the churchyard into the old palace ; where he died. . . . Ben Jonson had one eie lower than t'other and bigger, like Clun the player. Perhaps he...
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