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The History of Pompey the Little: Or, The Life and Adventures of a Lap-dog - Page 255
by Francis Coventry - 1761 - 291 pages
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A Day in Vacation at College. A Burlesque Poem

William Dodd - 1751 - 22 pages
...Fellows. It differs from what is * called a Gentleman Commoner at Oxford, not only in the Name, but alib * in the greater Privileges and Licenfes indulged to...Thing. For as * Tutors and Governors of Colleges have ulually pretty fagacious Nofes after * Preferment, they think it impolitic to crofs the Inclinations...
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Poems

William Dodd - 1767 - 271 pages
...gentleman commoner at Oxford, not only in the name, but al!b in the greater privileges ' and licences indulged to the members of this order ; who do not...thing. For as ' tutors and governors of colleges have ufnally pretty fagacious ncf* fes after preferment, they think it impolitic to crois the Jnclina' tions...
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Poems

William Dodd - 1767 - 271 pages
...the name, but alfo in the greater privileges • and licences indulged to the members of this order j who do not • only enjoy the converfation of the...thing. For as • tutors and governors of colleges have ufually pretty fagacious no• fes after preferment, they think it impolitic to crofs the inclina•...
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The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical ..., Volume 23

English literature - 1820
...gentleman-commoner at Oxford, not only in the name, but also in the greater privileges and licences allowed to the members of this order; who do not only " enjoy the conversation of the fellows," but likewise a full liberty of following their own inclinations in every...
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Social Life at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century

Students - 1874 - 727 pages
...gentleman-commoner at Oxford, not only in the name but also in the greater privileges and licences indulged to the members of this order; who do not only enjoy the conversation of the fello-a's, but likewise a full liberty of following their own imaginations in everything....
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The Best Days of Your Life

Religion - 2004 - 224 pages
...gentleman-commoner at Oxford, not only in the name but also in the greater privileges and licences indulged to the members of this order; who do not only enjoy the conversation of the fellows, but likewise a full liberty of following their own imaginations in everything....
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