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" In a quiet mansion beneath this Stone secured from the afflictions and still more dangerous enjoyments of life lye the remains of WILLIAM GILPIN sometime vicar of this parish together with the remains of Margaret his Wife after living above fifty years... "
A new guide to Lymington, by a resident gentleman - Page 56
by Lymington - 1841
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A companion in a tour round Southampton

John Bullar - 1819
...Boldre church-yard, near the maple tree, which he mentions in bis Forest Scenery. His tomb bears this inscription: — " In a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions and still more dangerous enjoyments of life, lie the remains of WILLIAM GIXPIN, some time vicar of this parish,...
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Miscellanies, Volumes 1-2

Richard Warner - English literature - 1819
...epitaph, the former part of which was written by Mr. GILPIN, some time previously to his death : " In a quiet mansion beneath this stone, " secured from the afflictions, and still more " dangerous enjoyments, of life, lie the re" mains of WILLIAM GILPIN, sometime '' vicar of this...
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The Southampton guide: or; An account of the antient and present state of ...

Southampton guide - 1823
...continue to attest his worth. He was buried on the north side of the church, where appears the following inscription: ," In a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions and still more dangerous enjoyments of life, lie the remains of WILLIAM GILPIN, some time vicar of this parish,...
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The history of Lymington, and its immediate vicinity

David William Garrow - 1825
...inestimable virtue, so by it, he, being dead, yet speaketh. The following is Dr. Gilpin's epitaph. " In a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions, and still more dangerous enjoyments of life, lie the remains of William Gilpin, sometime vicar of this parish,...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 4

Theology - 1833
...his old age, and though it is touching, it hardly seems quite so happy as some he wrote for others. " In a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions, and still more dangerous enjoyments of life, lie the remains of William Gilpin, some time vicar of this parish...
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Black's guide to the south-eastern counties of England. Hampshire and the ...

Adam and Charles Black (ltd.) - 1861
...leaf-enshrouded and hillock-raised CHURCH is picturesque in itself, and commands a picturesque landscape. Here, "in a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions, and still more dangerous enjoyments of life, lie the remains of William Gilpin, some time vicar of this parish,...
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Black's guide to Hampshire

Black Adam and Charles, ltd - 1872
...leaf-enshrouded and hillock-raised CHURCH is picturesque in itself, and commands a picturesque landscape. Here, "in a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions, and still more dangerous enjoyments of life, lie the remains of William Gilpin, some time vicar of this parish,...
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Memoirs of Dr. Richard Gilpin, of Scaleby Castle in Cumberland: And of His ...

William Gilpin - 1879 - 166 pages
...following epitaph, the former part of which was written by Mr. Gilpin, some time previously to his death. ' In a quiet mansion beneath this Stone secured from the afflictions and still more dangerous enjoyments of life lye the remains of WILLIAM GILPIN sometime vicar of this parish together...
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Memoirs of ... Richard Gilpin, of Scaleby castle, in Cumberland, together ...

William Gilpin - 1879
...following epitaph, the former part of which was written by Mr. Gilpin, some time previously to his death. ' In a quiet mansion beneath this Stone secured from the afflictions and still more dangerous enjoyments of life lye the remains of WILLIAM GILPIN sometime vicar of this parish together...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 106

1809
...readers' perusal, who may not have the opportunity of visiting this beautifully-sequestered spot. " in a quiet mansion, beneath this stone, secured from the afflictions, and still more dangerous enjoyments, of life., William Gilpin, some time Vicar of this Parish, together with...
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