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" ... Northampton, and was with him a few days before the fatal battle near that place, in which the royal army was defeated. Waynflete's attachment to Henry's cause had been uniform and decided, yet his high character and talents appear to have protected... "
Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry - Page 1010
1847
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 31

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1817
...character and talents appear to have protected him. Edward IV. treated him not only with respect, but with some degree of magnanimity, as he twice issued...condescended to visit his newly-founded college at Oxford, a favour which to Waynflete, emharked in a work which required royal patronage, must have been highly...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 31

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1817
...protected him. Edward IV. treated him not only with respect, but with some degree of triaguanimity, as he twice issued a special pardon in his favour,...condescended to visit his newly-founded college at Oxford, a favour which to Waynflete, embarked in a work which required royal patronage, must have been highly...
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A new and general biographical dictionary

New and general biographical dictionary - 1817
...have protected him. Edward IV, treated him not only with respect, but with some degree of.magDanimity, as he twice issued a special pardon in his favour,...condescended to visit his newly-founded college at Oxford, a favour which to Waynflete, embarked in a work .which required royal patronage, must have been highly...
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A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ..., Volume 3

John Burke - Great Britain - 1836
...appears to have protected him. EDWARD IV. treated him not only with .respect, but with some de- : gree of magnanimity, as he twice issued a special pardon in his favour, and condescended to visit his newly founded college at Oxford. The evening of the bishop's life was passed free from political strife...
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An ecclesiastical biography, containing the lives of ancient ..., Volume 8

1852
...character and talent appear to have protected him. Edward IV. treated him not only with respect, but with some degree of magnanimity, as he twice issued...condescended to visit his newly-founded college at Oxford. In 1448, Waynflete obtained a royal grant to found a hall to be called after St. Mary Magdalene, at...
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A new general biographical dictionary, Volume 12

Hugh James Rose, Thomas Wright, Henry John Rose - Biography - 1853
...character and talents appear to have protected him. Edward IV. treated him not only with respect, but with some degree of magnanimity, as he twice issued...condescended to visit his newly-founded college at Oxford. He died in I486, and was interred, with great funeral pomp, in Winchester cathedral, in a magnificent...
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