Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: to which are Added, Hearne's Journeys to Reading, and to Whaddon Hall, the Seat of Browne Willis, Esq., and Lives of Eminent Men, by John Aubrey, Esq: The Whole Now First Published from the Originals in the Bodleian Library and Ashmolean Museum, with Biographical and Literary Illustrations ...

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John Walker
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1813

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Mr W SHERWIN to Dr TURNER President
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Mr Wanley to Dr CHARLETT
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From the same to the same
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Dr N MARSH Abp of Dublin to Dr SMITH
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Extract of a Letter from Dr Nicholsonafter
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Extract of a Letter from Mr T Hearne
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LX Mr HEARNE to Dr Smith
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Sir Hans Sloane to Dr CharletT
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Dr Hyde to Mr afterwards Dr Hudson
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Mr BROKESBY to Mr T Hearne
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Matthew Gibson to Thomas Hearne
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Dr LLOYD Bishop of Worcester to
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Dr Hickes to Dr CAARLETT
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W Bishop to Dr CHARLETT
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Dr Waite Kennett to Mr T Hearne
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From the same to the same
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Dr Hickes to Dr CHARLETT
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Mr Bingham to Dr CHARLETT
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Dr Turner to Dr CHARLETT
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SamueL MEAD Esq to Thomas Hearne
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LETTER PAGE
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From the same to the same
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Mr John Johnson to Dr CHARLETT
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Robert Keck to T Hearne
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From the same to the same
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Mr Peck to T HEARNE
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Dr CHANDLER Bp of Lincoln to the
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J LOVEDAY to T HEARNE
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Dr Jaquinto
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Inigo Jones
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Mr Benjamin Jonson
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Ralph Kettle D D
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EDWARD Earl of Oxford to T Hearne
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William
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Sir James Long Bart
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Richard Lovelace
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Henry Martin
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Andrew Marvel
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Meriton
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John Milton
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Nicholas Mercator
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General Monk
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Sir Jonas Moore
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Sir Thomas More
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LETTER PAGE
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Mr WHEATLEY to Dr RAWLINSON
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Mr Brome to Mr RawLINS
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Mr Parry to Mr Rawlins
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Mr Ray to Mr John AUBREY
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AN ACCOUNT OF HEARNES JOURNEY
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LIVES OF EMINENT MEN BY JOHN AUBREY
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Mr Francis Beaumont 236 238
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Sir Thomas Morgan
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Sir John Birkenhead Kt 241
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James Bovey Esq 250
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The Hon Robert Boyle 258
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William Lord Brereton 259
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William Lord Viscount Brounckor 260
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Mr Bushell 261
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William Butler Physitian 270
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Sir Charles Cavendish 274
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Colonel Charles Cavendish 280
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Thomas Chaloner Esq 284
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Sir Geoffrey Chaucer
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William Chillingworth D D 289
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John Cleveland 290
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Thomas Cooper Bishop of Winchester 290
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Michael Drayton Esq 335
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Saint Dunstan
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Sir Edward Dyer
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Sir Thomas Egerton Lord Chancellor
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Desid Erasmus
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Earle of Essex
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Earle of Exeter
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Lucius Carey second Lord Falkland
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Sir Miles Fleetwood
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Mr John Fletcher 2
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Mr Samuel Foster 52 Thomas Fuller D D
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Gascoigne Esq
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Mr Glover
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Jonathan Godard M D
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Sir Edmund Bury Godfrey
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Goodwyn
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Sir Fulke Greville Lord Brooke
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Mr John Hales
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Joseph Hall Bishop of Exeter
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Thomas Hariot 3671
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James Harrington
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Dr William Harvey
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James Heath
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Mr George Herbert
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Mr Nicholas Hill
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Hugh Holland
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Philemon Holland
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William Holder D D
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Winceslaus Hollar
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Mr Robert Hooke M A
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Mr Henry Isaacson
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John Ogilby
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William Oughtred B D
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William Earl of Pembroke 98 Sir William Petty
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Fabian Philips
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Sir John Popham
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Francis Potter B D
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Sir Robert Poyntz
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William Prinne
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Sir Walter Ralegh
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Judge Rumsey
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Dr Robert Sanderson Bishop of Lincoln 107 Sir Henry Savill Kt 108 Sylvanus Scory
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John Selden
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Mr William Shakespear
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Mr Edmund Spenser
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Thomas Stanley Esq
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Stokes M D
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Sir Philip Sydney Kt
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Capt Silas Tayler
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John Tombes B D
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Ezreel Tonge D D
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Tusser
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John Wallis D D
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Seth Ward Bishop of Salisbury
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Mr Walter Warner
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John Wilkins Bp of Chester
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Jobn Willis B D
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T Willis M D
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Mr George Withers
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Thomas Wolsey Cardinal
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Mr Edmund Wright
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Life of Mr Thomas Hobbes of Malmesburie
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ul Sir Henry Spelnian Kt 437
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Página 147 - Pr'ythee, lead me in: There take an inventory of all I have, To the last penny ; 'tis the king's : my robe, And my integrity to heaven, is all I dare now call mine own.
Página 538 - Dreame,'1 he happened to take at Grendon, in Bucks, which is the roade from London to Stratford ; and there was living that constable about 1642, when I first came to Oxon. Mr. Jos. Howe is of that parish, and knew him. Ben Jonson and he did gather humours of men dayly, wherever they came.
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Página 379 - Edge-hill with him ; and during the fight, the Prince and Duke of York were committed to his care. He told me that he withdrew with them under a hedge, and took out of his pocket a book and read ; but he had not read very long before a bullet of a great gun grazed on the ground near him, which made him remove his station.

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