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A discourse, read in the chapel at Belvoir Castle
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4274, no. 23).
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Get this from a library. A discourse: read in the chapel at Belvoir Castle, after the funeral of His Grace the Duke of Rutland, Late Lord lieutenant of the Kingdom of Ireland, &c. By the Reverend George Crabbe. [George Crabbe]. A discourse, read in the chapel at Belvoir Castle: after the funeral of His Grace the Duke of Rutland By the Reverend George Crabbe.
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botanising excursions from Belvoir Castle. George Crabbe and his bride settled down in their apartments at Belvoir Castle, but difficulties soon arose. Crabbe was without definite clerical occupation, unless he read prayers to the few servants left in charge; and was simply waiting for whatever might turn up in the way of.
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The Works of John Dryden, Volume XI John Dryden, John Loftis, David Stuart Rodes, Vinton A. Dearing or one of its parts, was privately acted in at Belvoir Castle, the seat of the Earl of Rutland Both poems, one of them serving lishing the play with a prefatory discourse Of Heroique Playes, much of it defending Almanzor, and a Author: John Dryden, John Loftis, David Stuart Rodes, Vinton A.
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Bibliography Summary list of the additional manuscripts accessioned and listed between September and SeptemberDavid Ramage An index to MSS.
Add. 1 -which should be used with care, as it contains occasional references to items from other Durham University Library collections, and a collection of microfilms of Durham related manuscripts .The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Every-day Book and Table Book.
v. 2 (of 3), by William Hone This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
He was ordained priest by John Fordham, bishop of Ely, on 7 Aprilin the chapel of the manor of Dounham (cf. ib. fol. 85 b, and Schick, p.
lxxxvii). Bale states that as soon as Lydgate had completed his foreign tour, he opened a school for the sons of noblemen. Warton and later writers locate the school in the Bury monastery.