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The privileges of the University of Oxford in point of visitation
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1441:63|
|Contributions||Waring, Robert, 1614-1658, Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681, Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658|
|The Physical Object|
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The privileges of the University of Oxford, in point of visitation: cleerly evidenced by letter to an honourable personage: together with the universities answer to the summons of the visitors. The University of Oxford, broadly speaking, supported the Royalist side in the war, in particular in financial terms.
The city surrendered to the parliamentary forces on 24 Juneand by 2 July parliament blocked new appointments in the university. By October a visitation was proposed, and an Oxford delegation made representations against it. The privileges of the University of Oxford in point of visitation: cleerly evidenced by letter to an honourable personage: together with the university's answer to the summons of the visitors.
The Privileges of the University of Oxford in point of Visitation ()--a tract answered by Prynne in the University of Oxford's Plea Rejected 18 sermons whereof 15 preached before the king () 40 sermons whereof 21 are now first published (2 vols., ) sermons published separately including A Sermon on Acts xiii.
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[uncountable] (North American English) the right of a parent who is divorced or separated from his or her partner to visit a child who is living with the partner She is seeking more liberal visitation with her daughter. visitation rights; compare access [countable, uncountable] visitation (of/from somebody/something) (formal) an official visit, especially to check that rules are being obeyed.
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Facts • Oxford is the home to the oldest college in the english- speaking world, the University of Oxford. The authorship of The priviledges of the University of Oxford in point of visitation has been variously attributed to Richard Allestree, John Fell, and Gerard Langbaine.
Robert Waring claimed the authorship himself. The visitations of the county of Oxford: taken in the years by William Harvey, Clarencieux; by Richard Lee, Portcullis ; and in by John Philpott, Somerset, and William Ryley, Bluemantle.
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The Vniversity of Oxfords plea refuted, or, A full answer to a late printed paper intituled, the priviledges of the University of Oxford in point of visitation: together with the universities answer to the summons of the visitors.
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