2 edition of Athenæ oxonienses found in the catalog.
Anthony Г Wood
|Other titles||Fasti oxonienses.|
|Statement||By Anthony A. Wood.|
|Contributions||Bliss, Philip, 1787-1857.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v :|
" 2 Athenæ Oxonienses. An Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who have had their Education in the most ancient and famous University of Oxford, 2 vols (London: Thomas Bennet, ), 2, col. Author: Nicholas Fisher. NO RESERVE Oxford.- Wood (Anthony) Athenæ Oxonienses. An Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who have had their education in Oxford, 2 vol., titles in red and black, list of subscribers, rather browned in places, bookplate of Ham Court, contemporary panelled calf, rebacked, slight bumping to corners, § [Parker (John Henry)] A Handbook for Visitors to . A. Wood Athenæ Oxonienses I. He was called to Rome to take upon him the profession of the four vows. Ann. Reg. /1 Madame Louisa of France took the veil of professions at the convent of the Carmelites.
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to the end of the year To which are added, the fasti, or annals, of the said University, for the same time. ALLESTRY, JACOB (–), poetical writer, son of James Allestry, a bookseller who lost his property in the great fire, was born in After being educated at Westminster he proceeded to Christ Church, Oxford, in ; was ‘music-reader in and terræ filius in ’.
In English literature: Chroniclers Oxford antiquarian, made in his Athenae Oxonienses (–92) the first serious attempt at an English biographical dictionary. His labours were aided by John Aubrey, whose own unsystematic but enticing manuscript notes on the famous have been published in modern times under the title Briefsecret histories of.
Athenæ Oxonienses an Exact History of All the Writers and Bishops who Have Had Their Education in the Most Ancient and Famous University of Oxford, from the Fifteenth Year of King Henry the Seventh, Dom.
to the End of the Year Representing the Birth, Fortune, Preferment, and Death of All Those Authors and Prelates, the Great Accidents of Their Lives.
Read this book on Questia. Philip Sidney "was son of Sir Henry Sidney by the Lady Mary his wife, eldest daughter of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland; was born, as 'tis supposed, at Penhurst in Kent, 29 November,and had his Christian name given to him by his father from King Philip, then lately married to Queen Mary" (Wood, Athenæ Oxonienses).
Biography. Holinshed was born c. the son of Ralph Holinshed of Sutton Downes in Cheshire. In the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography entry for him, Cyndia Susan Clegg cites two main sources for biographical information: Athenæ Cantabrigiensis () by Charles Henry and Thompson Cooper, and Athenæ Oxonienses () by Anthony à Wood.
Cooper and. Ashley, who wrote during the reigns of Elizabeth and James I, is called by Wood in his Athenæ Oxonienses "an esquire's son and Wiltshire-man born".
When Ashley was a boy he delighted in reading Bevis of Hampton, Guy of Warwick, Valentine and Orson, Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and later the Decameron of Boccace and the.  Cf. Woods, Athenæ Oxonienses, Vol.
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In the life of Anthony A'Wood, author of Athenæ Oxonienses, occurs the following: " Sunday (J ) after dinner, the University troop headed by Dr. Ailworth, chanc. of the diocese, went seven miles from Oxen.
to meet and conduct thereto 4 loads of muskets, pikes, &c. for the scholars to train with. Author: Wood, Anthony à, Title: Athenæ Oxonienses. Vol. an exact history of all the writers and bishops who have had their education in the most ancient and famous University of Oxford, from the fifteenth year of King Henry the Seventh, Dom.
to the end of the year representing the birth, fortune, preferment, and death of all those authors and prelates. Athenae Oxonienses: An Exact History of All the Writers and Bishops Who Have Had Their Education in the University of Oxford; To Which Are Added the Fasti, or Annals of the Said University Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.
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Mortimer, Sarah Kingship and the ‘Apostolic Church,’ Reformation & Renaissance Review, Vol. 13, Issue. 2, p. Cited by: 4 And Anthony à Wood, in his Athenæ Oxonienses (), says it was "printed at London in the time of K. Hen. 8, in whose reign and after it was accounted a book full of wit and mirth by scholars and gentlemen.
Afterwards being often printed, [it] is now sold only on the stalls of ballad-singers.". CONTENTS BOOK CONTENTS BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD: Henry Craik, ed. English Prose. Vol. III. Seventeenth Century: The Author of Oceana: By Anthony Wood (–) From the Life of Harrington in the Athenæ Oxonienses. NOW let’s return to our author Harrington, who.
[Anthony Wood was born in Decemberin a house opposite Merton College, Oxford. He matriculated inat Merton, and became B.A. in In he refused to submit to the Parliamentary “Visitation,” and was expelled from the University, but restored.
[Athenæ Oxonienses: Vol. 2,By Anthony à Wood] David Marsh, March Wherever Henry went as a young man, he was back at Lytes Cary running the estate byand serving as sheriff of Somerset for several years.
Source: Editor's Life in The Works of John Locke in Nine Volumes, (London: Rivington, 12th ed.). Vol. THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR. John Locke was the son of John Locke, of Pensford, a market-town in Somersetshire, five miles from Bristol, by Ann his wife, daughter of Edmund Keen, alias Ken, of Wrington, tanner.
He was born at Wrington, another market-town. religion (French religion) system of beliefs and practices based on belief in, or acknowledgement of, some superhuman power or powers, also any particular such system (both first half of the 12th cent. in Anglo-Norman, originally in commune religion, translating post-classical Latin catholica religio ; the figurative use in sense 4b is.
Proposals for printing Athenæ Oxonienses, and Fasti Oxonienses. Both written by the famous antiquary, and historiographer, Anthony à Wood, M.A. author of the History, and antiquities of the University of Oxford [ Book: ] At 2 libraries.
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Any one who glances through Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses will be surprised at the number of persons on whom the author bestows high eulogiums, but who are now entirely, or almost entirely, forgotten.
Edition: ; Page:  It will be observed that in the Notes and Appendix to the Life, some use has been made of the collections of Mr. Fulman, which are preserved in C. Library, to the number of twenty-two volumes; of which an account may be seen in Dr. Bliss’s edition of the Athenæ Oxonienses, iv.
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Anthony à Wood, Athenæ Oxonienses, London: Thomas Bennet, p.[ ] having been well vers’d in British Histories, and a singular lover of Antiquities, [he] made many additionals to the Historie of Cambria published by Dav. Powell [ ].The Athen Ry.
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