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" he was a learned man, and a good antiquary, but of a marvellous merry and pleasant conceit. "
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies ... - Página 202
de John Burke - 1844 - 603 páginas
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volumen 14

Reuben Percy - 1826
...for this breach of privilege, committed prisoner to the Fleet; though soon released. Wood says, that he was " a learned man, and a good antiquary ; but of a marvellous, merry, and pleasant conceit." MAIDEN ASSIZES. Mr. Madan, who about the year 1756 exchanged his bar gown for a clerical one, wrote...
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Criminal Trials ...

David Jardine, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1832
...office till his death in 1594. He was educated at Oxford, and is mentioned in Wood's AthenEeOxoniensesas "a learned man, and a 'good antiquary, but of a marvellous merry and pleasant conceit." the Queen's Serjeant ; Mr. Gilbert Gerard, AttorneyGeneral; Mr. Thomas Bromley, Solicitor-General;...
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Illustrations of British History, Biography, and Manners, in the ..., Volumen 2

Edmund Lodge - 1838
...increase of buildings. A catalogue of his professional writings is preserved by Wood, who informs us that he was " a learned man and a good antiquary, but of a marvellous merry and pleasant conceit," and that he lived in a house, built by himself, in Noble street, within Aldersgate Ward. He married...
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Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters ..., Volumen 2

Thomas Wright - 1838
...Fletewoods of Penwartham, in Lancashire, was recorder of London from 1569 to 1591. Anthony Wood says, that he was "a learned man and a good antiquary, but of a marvelous merry and pleasant conceit." He often appears in this latter character in his letters, which...
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A General Biographical Dictionary, Volumen 2

John Gorton - 1851
...reign of queen Elizabeth, being appointed to that office in 1569. Wood speaks of him as an eloquent and learned man, and " a good antiquary, but of a marvellous merry and pleasant conceit." These good qualities appear to hare been a little tarnished by the eageroess which led him to take...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen 208

1860
...time (" Leicester's Commonwealth"), " Leicester's mad Recorder." Antony "Wood says of Fleetwood that he was a learned man and a good antiquary, but of a marvellous merry and pleasant conceit; and his character is thus summed up by Mr. Bruce, (V.-PSA,) in his paper on " A Fragment of an Account...
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A History of Pembroke College, Oxford, Anciently Broadgates Hall: In which ...

Douglas Macleane - 1897 - 544 páginas
...later (1571-91) he became Recorder of London, in 1580 Serjeant at Law, and in 1592 Queen's Serjeant. 'He was a learned Man and a good Antiquary; but of a marvelous, merry, and pleasant conceit: And as touching his Learning, Justice, and Eloquence I cannot...
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The Connoisseur, Volumen 15

1906
...educated at Oxford but ap|*ars to have left the university without taking a degree. Wood describes him as "a learned man and a good antiquary, but of a marvellous merry and pleasant conceit " and as living " in a house, built by himself, in Noble Street within Aldersgate Ward." Me married...
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Publications, Volumen 33

Oxford Historical Society (Oxford, England) - 1897 - 544 páginas
...later (1571-91) he became Recorder of London, in 1580 Serjeant at Law, and in 1 592 Queen's Serjeant. ' He was a learned Man and a good Antiquary ; but of a marvelous, merry, and pleasant conceit : And as touching his Learning, Justice, and Eloquence I cannot...
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