The Life and Times of Anthony Wood; Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632-1695, Described by Himself Volume 19; V. 26

The Life and Times of Anthony Wood; Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632-1695, Described by Himself Volume 19; V. 26

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...to be interred in Stanton Harcourt by his first wife (Anne, the daughter of Sir William Waller, knight). He had issue Simon Harcourt, B. of Arts of Pembr. Coll., afterwards recorder of Abendon in the place of... Finmore deceased who succeeded (Richard) Medlicot (but Medlicot came in againe in anno 1687 and Harcourt was put out'). Sir Philip by his second wife (daughter of... Leigh) had issue... Harcourt of Gloc. Hall. Apr. 13, Good Friday, fl(annel) sh(irt). Dr. (Matthew) Tyndall, fellow of Alls. Coll. declared himself a papist about Easter anno 1.687, and was esteemed a zealous brother, and was on the point of being a Carthusian, but reading Dr. Isaac Barrow his book and by conversation with some of his hous, he denied the popish religion and took the sacrament in the Coll. chapel among the fellows on Easter day (Apr. 15) 1688, notwithstanding he held a candle in deane Massyes chapel on Candlemas day (2 Feb.) before. Apr. 17, Easter Tuesday, (Henry Mordaunt) earl of Peterborough, knight of the garter, and chamberlain of..., and colonel of the regiment of horse in Oxon, entred in at the North Gate in the afternoone at 4, conducted by his troop thro' the north street to Brooks his house where he lodged against the Bull Inne. People jealous of his comming. Apr. 18, W., (he was) at Mr. Massy's chapel at Ch. Ch. where was a sermon, as they say. All popish scholars in Oxford resorted to him, to congratulate his comming. Apr. 18, W., late at night, a corporal of Bister3 was kil'd by another soldier at the King's Head tavern, --a protestant, kil'd by a papist. 22 Apr., Lowsunday, Thomas Rogers, M.A. Hart Hall. repeated. Apr. 22, Lowsunday, mass in the morn and vespers in the evening were celebrated in Magd. Coll. chapel by the fellows and demies, ...show more

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