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" He was a learned and a prudent man, and as one of the richest so one of the meekest men in England. He was active in making the defence, and drawing up the articles of Oxon, when the garrison was to be surrendered to the parliament. For which, and his... "
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies ... - Página 176
de John Burke, Sir Bernard Burke - 1844 - 603 páginas
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The English Baronetage: Containing a Genealogical and Historical ..., Volumen 1

Arthur Collins - 1741
...fate there. He •was a learned and a prudent man, and as one of the richeft, fo one of the meekelt, men in England. He was active in making the defence, and drawing up the articles of Oxon, when the garrifon was to be furrendered to the parliament. For which, and his fleady loyalty, he was afterwards...
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Peerage of England: Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical ..., Volumen 8

Arthur Collins, Sir Egerton Brydges - 1812
...to Oxford, and sate there. He was a learned ' Wood's Athen. Oxon. vol. ii. p. z;, edit, i-jii. and a prudent man, and as one of the richest, so one of...loyalty, he was afterwards forced to pay a round sum in, Goldsmith's-hall at London."k We now return to the seventh and youngest son of William by Anne Nicholas,...
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Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and ..., Volumen 8

Arthur Collins, Sir Egerton Brydges - 1812
...other royalists were, he conveyed himself privately to Oxford, and sate there. He was a learned and a prudent man, and as one of the richest, so one of...loyalty, he was afterwards forced to pay a round sum in Goldsmith's-hall at London ."k We now return to the seyenth and youngest son of William by Anne Nicholas,...
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A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage ..., Volumen 2

John Burke - 1832
...to the parliament doors, as other royalists were, he conveyed himself privately to Oxford, and Kate there. He was a learned and prudent man, and as one...his steady loyalty, he was afterwards forced to pay around Hum in Goldsmiths' Hall, London." The youngest brother of this gentleman, SIR RALPH DTTTON,...
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A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies ...

John Burke - 1838
...himself privately to Oxford, and sat« there. He was a learned and prudent man, and as one of thrichest, so one of the meekest men in England. He was active in making the defence and drawing up rhr articles of Oxon when the garrison was to be surrendered to the parliament ; for which, and his...
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Poems and Psalms, ed. by J. Hannah

Henry King (bp. of Chichester.) - 1843
...in the Parliament at Oxford, where he was created DCLNov.l: 1642: ltissaidthathewas"alearned and a prudent man, and as one of the richest, so one of...the articles of Oxon, when the garrison was to be surrendred to the parliament ; for which and his steddy loyalty he afterwards was forced to pay a round...
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Genealogy of the Dutton Family of Pennsylvania, Preceded by a History of the ...

1871 - 112 páginas
...royalists were, he conveyed himself privately to Oxford and ente thuro. He was a learned and prudent mnn, and as one of the richest, so one of the meekest men lu England, lie was activo lu making the defence mid drawing up tho articles uf Oxon when the garrison...
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The Dramatic Works of Shackerley Marmion

Shackerley Marmion - 1875 - 295 páginas
...other Royalists were, he conveyed himself privately to Oxford, and sate there. He was a learned and a prudent man, and as one of the richest so one of the...loyalty, he was afterwards forced to pay a round sum in Goldsmith's-hall at London." This means that he compounded for his estates by paying £5216, 4s. Wood...
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Dramatists of the Restoration: Shackerley Marmion

William Hugh Logan - 1875
...other Royalists were, he conveyed himself privately to Oxford, and sate there. He was a learned and a prudent man, and as one of the richest so one of the...loyalty, he was afterwards forced to pay a round sum in Goldsmith's-hall at London." This means that he compounded for his estates by paying £5216, 4s. Wood...
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Memorials of the Duttons of Dutton in Cheshire: With Notes Respecting the ...

1901 - 296 páginas
...days." 1656-57. Death of John Dutton of Sherborne (Feb. 18), aged sixty-three. ' He was a learned and a prudent man ; and as one of the richest so one of the meekest men in England ' (Anthony a Wood). Oliver Cromwell wrote a letter of condolence to Mrs. Dutton of Sherborne, alluding...
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