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" Britannia," in which he had discovered faults, offering to submit the matter in dispute to the Earl Marshal, the College of Heralds, the Society of Antiquaries, or four persons learned in these studies. Irritated still more, he wrote a " second discovery... "
A History of the College of Arms: And the Lives of All the Kings, Heralds ... - Page 243
by Mark Noble - 1805 - 451 pages
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A History of the College of Arms: And the Lives of All the Kings, Heralds ...

Mark Noble - 1804 - 451 pages
...trade of a painter-stainer, of which company he became free, Septembers, 1576. Leaving this calling, he became an officer at arms. He was so extremely...1, 1619-20, who, on the 4th following, prohibited its publication. Anstis, Garter, printed it in 1723, in quarto. In it are Camden's supposed errors,...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...Britannia. Camden returned his attack partly by silence, and partly by rallying Brooke, as entirely ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating...he wrote a " Second Discovery of Errors," which he presented to James I. January 1, 16ia-20, who, on the 4th following, prohibited its publication, but...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...Britannia. Camden returned his attack partly by silence, and partly by rallying Brooke, as entirely ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating...society of antiquaries, or four persons learned in these stud.es. Irritated still more, he wrote a " Second Discovery of Errors," which he presented to James...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 7

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...Britannia. Camden returned his attack partly by silence, and partly by rallying Brooke, as entirely ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating...earl Marshal, the college of heralds, the society of autU quaries, or four persons learned in these studies. Irritated still more, he wrote a " Second Discovery...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 8

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...profession, incapable of translating or understanding the Britannia, and offers to submit the disputed points to the earl marshal, the college of heralds, the society...antiquaries, or four persons learned in these studies. This did not prevent Brooke from writing " A Second Discoverie of Errors," in which he sets down the...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 8

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...both foreign and domestic, living and dead. H concludes with rallying his antagonist, as utterly ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating or understanding the Britannia, and offers to submit the disputed points to the earl marshal, the college of heralds, the society of...
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The History of Christ's Hospital: From Its Foundation by King Edward the ...

John Iliff Wilson - 1821 - 308 pages
...authors both foreign and domestic, living and dead. He concludes with rallying his antagonist, as utterly ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating or understanding the Britannia, and offers to submit the disputed points to the Earl Marshal, the College of Heralds, the Society of...
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The History, Topography and Directory of Warwickshire: Inclusive of Some ...

William West - 1830 - 800 pages
...authors both foreign and domestic, living and dead. He concludes with rallying his antagonist, as utterly ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating or understanding the Britannia, and offers to submit the disputed points to the earl marshal, the college of heralds, the society of...
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A new general biographical dictionary, projected and partly ..., Volume 5

New general biographical dictionary - 1848 - 1857 pages
...Brooke had published to the prejudice of his work. He concludes with rallying his antagonist, as utterly ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating or understanding the Britannia, and offeis to submit the disputed points to the earl marshal, the College of Heralds, the Society of...
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New General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 5

Hugh James Rose - 1848
...Brooke had published to the prejudice of his work. He concludes with rallying his antagonist, as utterly ignorant of his own profession, incapable of translating or understanding the Britannia, and ofieis to submit the disputed points to the earl marshal, the College of Heralds, the Society of...
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