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Sir Thomas Double at court and in high preferments

in two dialogues between Sir Thomas Double and Sir Richard Comover, alias Mr. Whiglove. Part I and II.
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Other titlesThe first dialogue between Sir Thomas Double and Sir Richard Comover., The second dialogue between Sir Thomas Double and Sir Richard Comover.
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An Account of the Life and Writings of Sir Thomas Craig of Riccarton: Including Biographical Sketches of the Most Eminent Legal Characters, Since the Institution of the Court of Session by James V.

Till the Period of the Union of the Crowns: Author: Patrick Fraser Tytler: Publisher: W. & C. Tait, Original from: the New York Public Library.

Sir Thomas Double at court, and in high preferments. In two dialogues between Sir Thomas Double and Sir Richard Comover, alias Mr. Whiglove, on the 27th of September, (by Charles Davenant). Part I () Reflections upon the constitution and management of the trade to Africa ().

Shrewsbury returns with news from the King, and knights More, now Sir Thomas, in recompense. What’s more, the King has named More to the Privy Council. More is somewhat overwhelmed.

As the Mayor is commanded to make a report of all that has occurred for the King’s sake, More and Shrewsbury leave for court. ( lines). A collection of approximately seventeenth and eighteenth century pamphlets (mostly in English), bound in 41 vol., approximately 40 pamphlets with some loss, a few shaved, occasional spotting, uniformly bound in late nineteenth century half calf, spines numbered 1 to 47 in gilt, each with gilt morocco lettering label ("Dropmore Pamphlets" and span of dates of the pamphlets), 8vo, [c Page xiv - THIS Professorship is in the appointment of the Lord High Chancellor, the Lord President of the Privy Council, the Lord Privy Seal, the Lord High Treasurer, and the Lord Steward of the King's Household.

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Founded by THOMAS LOWNDES, Esq. Salary, an estate about £ per annum. tRoger Long, DD Pemb. ‎Reviews: 1. Sir Thomas Sean Connery, the first actor to portray fictional British secret agent James Bond in film and, arguably the finest, died peacefully in his sleep in the Bahamas.

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II." Second of 2 parts, the 1st of which is the author's Sir Thomas Double at court, and in high preferments. Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London.

Goldsmiths'-Kress no. Description. Plot Summary. Sir Thomas More is a play with multiple authors that was heavily censored by the Master of the Revels and is believed to have never been performed at the time.

One scene and one monologue are believed to have been written by Shakespeare. The one scene – More quieting a riot – is particularly notable as it is the only example of a manuscript by Shakespeare that we have.

Sir Thomas More (7 February – 6 July ), venerated in the Catholic Church as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance also served Henry VIII as Lord High Chancellor of England from October to May He wrote Utopia, published inwhich describes the political system of an imaginary island state.

Sir Thomas More was one of the outstanding men of Christendom—scholar, author, lawyer, member of Parliament, judge and Lord Chancellor. in the playbill as The Common Man to double. It is a vicarage, valued in the King's books at 4 pounds 1s 5 1/2d.

and endowed with £1, private benefaction, £2, Parliamentary grant, and £ royal county." Directory July - Ecclesiastical Preferments - Rev. Warner, St. Mary, Bredin V. Canterbury. The Gentlemen's Magazine The Poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt Words | 3 Pages.

Sir Thomas Wyatt was born in the year The son of Sir Henry Wyatt and Anne Skinner, he went on to attend St. John’s College in Cambridge. He first took a place in the court of King Henry VIII in In the year he was married to Elizabeth Brooke at the age of seventeen.

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Life. Thomas Chitty was born in Felixstowe, Suffolk, England, the son of Sir Thomas Henry Willes Chitty, 2nd Baronet, a barrister, and his wife Ethel Constance Gladstone, daughter of Samuel Henry Gladstone. He was educated at Winchester College and University College, service in the Royal Navy, he worked briefly for the Inland Revenue and then for the Shell Petroleum Company.

Sir Thomas having continued a Prisoner in the Tower somewhere more than a Twelvemonth, for he was committed about the middle of Apriland was brought to his Trial on the 7th of May, he went into the Court leaning on his Staff, because he was much weakened by his Im­prisonment, but appeared with a cheerful and composed Countenance.

The Persons constituted to try him, were. Stanley, Thomas, A register of friends, ca. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: creatorOf: Davenant, Charles, To the most Honorable the Earl of Oxford & Mortimer Lord High Treasu[re]r of Great Britain the memorial of Charles D'Avenant, L.

Insp[ecto]r General of Exports & Imports relating to trade. Sir Thomas Wyatt () Thomas Wyatt was born at Allington Castle in Kent, and educated at St John's College, Cambridge.

While travelling as a diplomat for Henry VIII he developed his interest in Continental poetry; he was the first English poet to use the Italian forms of the sonnet and terza rima, and the French rondeau.

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Sir Thomas Colby, 1st Baronet built Kensington House between and It was likely built in a double-pile (a central-passage house) layout with narrow lateth-century type was occupied by Foot Onslow until about George Davenant, the son of Sir William Davenant, lived at Kensington House from to or officer in the Royal Bodyguard, he was the.

Origins. The Littleton family had its origins in South Lyttleton, near Evesham, the marriage of the heiress Elizabeth Littleton to Thomas Westcote, esquire, two of Elizabeth's sons, Sir Thomas and Edmund, took the surname Lyttleton or Littleton while two others, Nicholas and Guy, retained the earlier surname; Nicholas Westcote married Agnes Vernon, the daughter and heiress.

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His descendant Sir Thomas Roberts, of Glassenbury was created a baroner inthe lands of whose grandfather Thomas Rohertes, were disgavelled by the act of 2 and 3 of King Edward VI.

and from him it continued in succession down to Sir Walter Roberts, bart. who new fronted this antient mansion, in which he resided with a most distinguished. Clarence Thomas's Supreme Court confirmation, 28 years later By George W.

Nicholson, opinion contributor — 10/15/19 AM EDT The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the. Kimberly Ellis 26 September Sir Thomas Malory.

Le Morte d’Arthur, published in by England’s first printer, William Caxton, is still one of the most commonly read and studied retellings of the story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round from at least nine different sources, it represents one of the most expansive collections of Arthur tales known today (Loomis.

CECIL, WILLIAM, Lord Burghley (–), minister of state, the only son of Richard Cecil of Burleigh in the parish of Stamford Baron St. Martin, Northamptonshire, by Jane, daughter and heiress of William Heckington of Bourn, Lincolnshire, was born at his grandfather's house in Bourn on 13 Sept.

The present family are descended from Sir Thomas Leigh, Knight, Lord Mayor of London inwho was also the ancestor of the extinct house of Stoneleigh. Sir Thomas was great-grandson of Sir Peter Leigh, Knight Banneret, who fell at Agincourt. Younger Branches. Leigh of Middleton in Yorkshire, and Egginton in Derbyshire.On 18 December, Denzil Holles, by order of the House of Commons, impeached Laud for high treason at the bar of the House of Lords.

On 26 Februaryarticles of impeachment were brought up by Sir Henry Vane. Laud was accused of assuming tyrannical powers in church and state, of subverting the true religion with popish superstition and of.