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mirror for the burgesses and commonalty of the city of Bristol

John Cranidge

mirror for the burgesses and commonalty of the city of Bristol

to which is exhibited to their view, a part of the great and many interesting benefactions and endowments, and for which the Corporation ....

by John Cranidge

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Published by Printed by Jonathan Baller in Bristol .
Written in English


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Pagination295p.
Number of Pages295
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The Ancient Schools in the City of London and Christ's Hospital, in Sir Walter Besant he himself taught rhetoric and 'sold victorious eloquence for money', first at Tagaste, then at Carthage. He wrote a book on The Beautiful and the Fitting, and dedicated it to Hierius, an orator of Rome who, though a Greek, had become a celebrated speaker. London, York, Warwick, Oxford, Bristol, Lynn, and. elsewhere, their convents stood in the suburbs and. abutted on the city walls. They made choice of the. low, swampy, and undrained spots in the large towns, among tlie poorest and most neglected quarters. Unhke. . DEPOSITION AND DEATH. A CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION. Isabella, her son Edward, Roger Mortimer and their followers spent Christmas at Wallingford castle, once the property of Piers Gaveston, earl of Cornwall and more recently the prison of Maurice de Berkeley.


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