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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 63
1795 - 152 pages
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A Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University. Containing ...

1764 - 132 pages
...to Briftol, two alfo to the Town of Heading, and one to Tunbridge. The moft confiderable Benefactors fince, have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the Choir, and built that Side of the new Quadrangle, of which the Library is a Part. Archbifliop Laud, who at the Expence of...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. To which are added, correct descriptions of ...

1766 - 120 pages
...to Briftol, two alfo to the Town of Reading, and one to Tunbridge. The moft confiderable Benefactors fince, have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the Choir, and built that Side of the new Quadrangle, of which the Library is a Part. Archbifliop Laud, who at the Expence of...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1783 - 152 pages
...Beauties fo difpbfed as to Itrike us gradually and unexpectedly. The moft confiderable Benefactors fince, have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the Choir, and built that Side of the New Quadrangle, of which the Library is a Part. Archbifhop Laud, who at the ' Expenfe of...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1787 - 152 pages
...Briftol, two alfo to the Town of Reading, and one to Tunbridge. The moft confiderable Benefactors fmce have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the Choir, and built that Side of the New Quadrangle, of which, the Library is a Part. Archbifhop Laud, who at the Ezpenfc Expenfe...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1789 - 152 pages
...Benefactors fmce have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the Choir, and built that Side of the New Quadrangle, of which the Library is a Part; Archbifhop Laud, who at the Expenfe of above 5ooo/. (exclufive of4oC/. for the Statues of the King and Queen) added the other three Sides ; Archbifhop...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1790 - 152 pages
...alfo to the Town of Reading, and one to Tunbridge. The moft confiderable Benefactors fince, havebeen Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the Choir, and built that Side of the new Quadrangle, of which the Library is a Part. Archbifliop Laud, who at the Expence of...
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The new Oxford guide: or, Companion through the University. To which is ...

1803
...confiderable benefactors dice have been Sir William Paddy, Knight, who founded and endowed the prefent choir, and built that fide of the new quadrangle, of wh'ich the Library is a part ; Ai'chbifhop•Laud, who eroded the ftcond court, its foutb fide txcepted, which was built AD 1595,...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1808 - 128 pages
...and one to Tunbridge, together with fix to the kin to the Founder. The moft confiderable benefactors fince have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and...the Library is a part; Archbifhop Laud, who at the expence of above 5000l. (exclufive of 400l. for the ftatues of the King and Queen) added the other...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford, Or Guide Through the University: With an ...

1810
...to Tunbridge, together with six to the kin to the Founder. The most considerable benefactors since have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the choir, and built that side of the new quadrangle, of which the Library is a part ; Archbishop Laud, who at the expence of...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. [Entitled] A new pocket companion ..., Volume 3

1810
...to Tunbridge, together with six to the kin to the Founder. The most considerable benefactors since have been Sir William Paddy, who founded and endowed the choir, and built that side of the new quadrangle, of which the Library is a part ; Archbishop Laud, who at the expence of...
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