A Register of the Presidents, Fellows, Demies, Instructors in Grammar and in Music, Chaplains, Clerks, Choristers, and Other Members of Saint Mary Magdalen College in the University of Oxford, from the Foundation of the College to the Present Time: The demies. v. 1-4; 1482-1857

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Pagina 290 - enjoyed the same, and for so doing this shall be your warrant. Given at our Court at Whitehall, the 13th day of July,
Pagina 132 - passed an Ordinance for the calling of an Assembly of learned and godly Divines, and others, to be consulted with by the Parliament for settling the Government and Liturgy of the Church of England.
Pagina 122 - passed an Ordinance for the calling of an Assembly of learned and godly Divines, and others, to be consulted with by the Parliament for settling the Government and Liturgy of tho Church of England.
Pagina 307 - Buttery book: I do hereby protest against all your proceedings, and against all that you have done, or hereafter shall do, in prejudice of me and my right, as illegal, unjust, and null; and therefore I appeal to my Sovereign Lord the King in his Courts of Justice.
Pagina 15 - what kind soever which belongs to your- College, promising you to see the same justly repaid unto you after the rate of 5s. the ounce, for white, and 5s. 6d. for gilt plate, as soon as God shall enable us, for assure yourselves we shall never let persons, of whom we have so great
Pagina 135 - It is to be observed here, that John Good'win, in his book called, The Obstructors of Justice, or a Defence of the Honourable Sentence passed upon the late King by the High Court of Justice, 4to. London, 1649,
Pagina 125 - It is to be observed here, that John Goodwin, in his book called, The Obstructors of Justice, or a Defence of the Honourable Sentence passed upon the late King by the High Court of Justice, 4to. London, 1649,
Pagina 277 - Lady Russell, to her latest day, loved, trusted, and revered Fitzwilliam, who, when she was a girl, had been the friend of her father, the virtuous Southampton. The two Clergymen agreed in refusing to swear ; but they from that moment took different
Pagina 14 - Well-beloved, We greet you well. We are so well satisfied with your readiness and affection to our service, that we cannot doubt but you will take all occasions to express the same ; and as we are ready to sell or engage any of our land,
Pagina 223 - To London to see my Lord Chancellor, where I had discourse with my Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Bishop of Winchester, who enjoined me to write to Dr. Pierce, President of Magdalen College, Oxford, about a letter sent him by Dr. Goffe, a Romish Oratorian, concerning an answer to Dean Cressy's late book,

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