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" About the year 1629, and the thirty-fourth of his age, Mr. Herbert was seized with a sharp quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air ; to which end he went to Woodford in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his... "
The Lives of John Donne: Sir Henry Wolton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George ... - Page 46
1805
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations. [With] The synagogue

George Herbert - 1709
...which end, he went to Woodford in E;jex, but thither more chiefty to enjoy the Company of his belov'd Brother Sir Henry Herbert, and other Friends then of that Family. In his Houlc he remain'd about twelve Months, and there became his own Phyfician, and cur'd himfelf of his...
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Lives of Dr. John Donne; Sir Henry Wotton; Mr. Richard Hooker; Mr. George ...

Izaak Walton, Thomas Zouch - Great Britain - 1796 - 518 pages
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air; to which end, he went to Woodford in Eflex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...Herbert, and other friends then of that family. In his houfeJie remained about twelve months, and there became his own phyfician, and cured himfelf of his...
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The lives of dr. John Donne, sir Henry Wotton, mr. Richard Hooker, mrGeorge ...

Izaak Walton - 1807
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air; to which end, he went to Woodford in Eflcx, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...became his own phyfician, and cured himfelf of his ague c, by forbearing drink, and not eating any meat, no not mutton, nor a hen, or pigeon, unlefsthey were...
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Bishop Jewel. Bernard Gilpin. Richard Hooker. Archbishop Whitgift. John ...

Christian biography - 1810
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air; to which end he went to Woodford, in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...Herbert, and other friends then of that family. In his house he remained about twelve months, and there became his own physician, and cured himself of his...
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The lives of dr. John Donne, sir Henry Wotton, mr. Richard Hooker, mr.George ...

Izaak Walton - 1824
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air ; to which end, he went to Woodford in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his beloved brother, sir Henry Herbert, • Psalm Iv. "' 1 Peter v. 7. and other friends then of that family. In his house he remained about...
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The Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Hebert, and Sanderson, Volume 2

Izaak Walton - 1832
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air; to which end, he went to Woodford in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...Herbert, and other friends then of that family. In his house he remained about twelve months, and there became his own physician, and cured himself of his...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Walton's Lives

English literature - 1832
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air ; to which end, he went to Woodford in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...Herbert, and other friends then of that family. In hia house he remained about twelve months, and there became his own physician, and cured himself of...
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The Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Hebert, and Sanderson, Volume 2

Izaak Walton - 1832
...In his house he remained about twelve months, and there became his own physician, and cured himself of his ague, by forbearing drink, and not eating any meat, no not mutton, nor a hen, or pigeon, unless they were salted ; and by such a constant diet he removed his ague, but with inconveniences...
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The Remains of that Sweet Singer of The Temple

George Herbert - 1841 - 244 pages
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air ; to which end, he went to Woodford in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...Herbert, and other friends then of that family. In his house he remained about twelve months, and there became his own physician, and cured himself of his...
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The remains of ... George Herbert

George Herbert - English poetry - 1841 - 244 pages
...quotidian ague, and thought to remove it by the change of air; to which end, he went to Woodford in Essex, but thither more chiefly to enjoy the company of his...Herbert, and other friends then of that family. In his house he remained about twelve months, and there became his own physician, and cured himself of his...
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