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" Warwick, who died very aged, 1300, "was so great a friend to the University of Oxford, that she caused a common chest to be made, and did put into it two hundred and twenty marks ; out of which such as were poor scholars might upon security at any time... "
Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden: Burcester, and ... - Page 323
by White Kennett - 1818 - 9 pages
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Some Remarks Upon the Church of Great Haseley, Oxfordshire: Read at a ...

Thomas William Weare - 1848 - 159 pages
...friend to the University of Oxford, to which, in 1293h, she gave a common chest, and put therein 120 marks, out of which such as were poor scholars might,...security, at any time, borrow something gratis for the supply of their wants. " The money being received by the chancellor and proctors, by a public decree,...
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Southey's common-place book. Ed. by J.W. Warter, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1849
...died very aged, 1300, "was so great a friend to the University of Oxford, that she caused a common chest to be made, and did put into it two hundred...obliged to celebrate certain masses every year in Saint Mary's Church. Which chest was in being in Edward IV.'s time, and called by the name of Warwick...
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Southey's Common-place Book: Choice passages

Robert Southey - 1849
...died very aged, 1300, "was so great a friend to the University of Oxford, that she caused a common chest to be made, and did put into it two hundred...obliged to celebrate certain masses every year in Saint Mary's Church. Which chest was in being in Edward IV.'s time, and called by the name of Warwick...
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Southey's Common-place Book, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1849
...died very aged, 1300, " was so great a friend to the University of Oxford, that she caused a common chest to be made, and did put into it two hundred...borrow something gratis for supply of their wants j in consideration whereof, the University •were obliged to celebrate certain masses every year in...
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Common-place Book

Robert Southey - 1849 - 596 pages
...bo mode, and did put into it two hundred and twrnly imirkN ; out of which such as were poor whiilnrN might upon security at any time borrow something gratis...consideration whereof, the University were obliged to ecli-bratc certain IHHUMI-H every year in Saint Mary'i Church. Which chest was in being in Edward IV.'n...
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Frances Evelyn Maynard Greville Countess of Warwick - 1903
...and put therein Cxx marks, out of which such as were poor schollars, might upon security at any lime, borrow something gratis for supply of their wants. In consideration whereof the said University were obliged to celebrate certaine solemne Masses every VOL. I. 65 r THE SEAL OF THOMAS...
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The Collector's Manual

N. Hudson Moore - 1906 - 329 pages
...\VitouoHT-iRON CHEST Fig. 144 TREASURE CHESTS Fig. 145 STANDING COFFER Fig. 146 "GuiLLOCHE' caused a common chest to be made, and did put into it two hundred...upon security at any time borrow something gratis for their wants ; in consideration whereof, the University were obliged to celebrate certain masses every...
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