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" ... and well-contrived arbours; but, notwithstanding this is much more admired by strangers than the other, the outer garden is become the general rendezvous of gentlemen and ladies every Sunday evening in summer... "
A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ... - Page 250
by Daniel Defoe - 1748
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The Present State of the Universities, and of the Five Adjacent Counties of ...

Thomas Salmon - 1744 - 476 pages
...notwithftanding this is much more admir'd by Strangers than the other; the outer Garden is become the ge?, neral Rendezvous of Gentlemen and Ladies every Sunday Evening...at the fame Time, unlefs the Weather prevents them. This College was founded by Sir Thomas White, Alderman and Merchant-Taylor, of Condon, Anno I555, 2...
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...;but^ notwithftanding this is much more admired by Strangers than the other, the outer Garden was once the general Rendezvous of Gentlemen and Ladies every Sunday Evening in Summer. Here theyufed to have an Opportunity of feeing the whole Univerfity together almoft ; but they are now deprived...
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Memorials of Oxford, Volume 2

James Ingram - 1837 - 99 pages
...terrace, a mount, a wilderness, and well-contrived arbours; but, notwithstanding this is much more admired by strangers than the other, the outer garden...evening in summer : here we have an opportunity of seeing the whole university together almost, as well as the better sort of townsmen and ladies, who...
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Memorials of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford, Volume 2

James Ingram - 1847
...terrace, a mount, a wilderness, and well-contrived -arbours; but, notwithstanding this is much more admired by strangers than the other, the outer garden...evening in summer : here we have an opportunity of seeing the whole university together almost, as well as the better sort of townsmen and ladies, who...
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A Hand-book for Visitors to Oxford, Volume 13

John Henry Parker - 1847 - 223 pages
...have been disposed. They occupy a square area of about three acres, and were about a century since ' the general rendezvous of gentlemen and ladies every Sunday evening in summer,' where ' the whole University togem The pastoral staff, commonly called Laud's, but without any authority,...
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A Hand-book for Visitors to Oxford

John Henry Parker - 1875 - 287 pages
...have been disposed. It occupies a square area of about three acres, and was about a century since " the general rendezvous of gentlemen and ladies every Sunday evening in summer," where " the whole University together almost, as well as the better sort of townsmen and ladies," were...
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S. John Baptist College

William Holden Hutton - 1898 - 274 pages
...terrace, a mount, a wilderness, and well contrived arbours ; but, notwithstanding this is much more admired by strangers than the other, the outer garden...ladies every Sunday evening in summer : here we have the opportunity of seeing the whole university together almost, as well as the better sort of townsmen...
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