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* July 14 – William Oldys, English antiquarian and bibliographer ( d. 1761 )
In 1748 a folio edition of Drayton's complete works was published under the editorial supervision of William Oldys, and again in 1753 there appeared an issue in four volumes quarto.
It seems likely, however, that the link between the saying and the Globe was made only later, originating with the industrious early Shakespeare biographer William Oldys, who claimed as his source a private manuscript to which he once had access.
William Oldys ( British Librarian, p. 374 ) acknowledges obligations to Ames, whom he styles ‘ a worthy preserver of antiquities .’
William Oldys said of him that he " would not stoop to fawn ," and some of his verses seem to show that he disliked the pressures of life at court.
William Oldys in 1795
William Oldys ( 14 July 1696 – 15 April 1761 ) was an English antiquarian and bibliographer.
The illegitimate son of Dr William Oldys, chancellor of Lincoln, London was probably his place of birth.
William Oldys, the younger, lost part of his small patrimony in the South Sea Bubble, and in 1724 went to Yorkshire, spending the greater part of the next six years as the guest of the Earl of Malton.
Dr. William Oldys c. 22 October 1636 was the son of Rev.
William Oldys b. 1591 who was murdered in Adderbury, Oxford by Parliamentarian soldiers.
( William Oldys reports a traditional view that the inscription on Jonson's tomb (" O rare Ben Jonson ") refers to the applause this play received, after the failure of Catiline, indicating some degree of popularity.

William and was
The exception was an Iron Mountain settler named William Lewis.
William Gilmore Simms, sturdy realist that he was, pleaded for a natural robustness such as he found in his favorites the great Elizabethans, to vivify the pale writings being produced around him.
Miriam was stopped at the Taliesin gate, and William Weston, now the estate foreman, came out to parley.
she also went to Washington and appealed to Senator George William Norris of Nebraska, the Fighting Liberal, from whose office a sympathetic but cautious harrumphing was heard.
he collaborated on a song with William Hartman Woodin, who was Secretary of the Treasury, 1932-33.
A lone pro-Hearst voice from New York City was that of William Devery, who had been expelled as a Tammany leader but still claimed strong influence in his own district.
William Coddington, who was running the colony, felt constrained to move seven miles south where, with others -- as mentioned above -- he founded Newport.
But Morgan did not leave before he had written a letter to a William Pickman in Salem, Massachusetts, apparently an acquaintance, praising Washington and saying that the slanders propagated about him were `` opposed by the general current of the people to exalt General Gates at the expense of General Washington was injurious to the latter.
The CTCA program of activities was profuse: William Farnum and Mary Pickford on the screen, Elsie Janis and Harry Lauder on the stage, books provided by the American Library Association, full equipment for games and sports -- except that no `` bones '' were furnished for the all-time favorite pastime played on any floor and known as `` African golf ''.
He wrote eloquently to William James that impartial history was not only impossible but undesirable.
To the Weston house came once William Allen Neilson, the president of Smith College who had been one of my old professors and who still called me `` Boy '' when I was sixty.
In the earlier sessions there was plentiful discussion on the natural law, which Dr. William V. O'Brien of Georgetown University, advanced as the basis for widely acceptable ethical judgments on foreign policy.
William, he was called, in honor of the man who was at once Shelley's pensioner and his most bitter detractor.
After the Juniors were welcomed and congratulated for qualifying for the Finals of the Junior Class, Mrs. William H. Long, Jr. was introduced as the first speaker.
Timothy Palmer, who invented and later patented the arch type of construction for wooden bridges, was the genius who planned and supervised the building of the Essex, or `` Deer Island '' bridge although the actual work was carried out under the direction of William Coombs, who received $300 as recompense.
But what the elements could not do was seriously threatened when Brigadier General William E. ( Grumble ) Jones reached Philippi while on the famous Jones-Imboden raid in May, 1863.
William Hitchcock, who retired in 1938, was a veteran of thirty-four years' local service.
After many years and many interruptions he was able to finish the canopy fresco, and slightly less than half the frieze, beginning with the Liberty group opposite the East door, and ending with William Penn, all but one leg, when a tragic accident ended his career.
Assonance seems nearly as severe a curb, although in a celebrated passage William of Malmesbury declares that A Song Of Roland was intoned before the battle commenced at Hastings.
Thus at the same time that William Henry Harrison was preparing to pacify the aborigines of Indiana Territory and winning fame at the battle of Tippecanoe, Anglo-Saxon settlement made a great leap into the center of the North American continent to the west of the American agricultural frontier.
William was adamant on one point: under no circumstances would he allow the Negroes to remain on the plantation with his and Henry's slaves if they were told of their coming freedom.
One tempest was stirred up last March when Udall announced that an eight-and-a-half-foot bronze statue of William Jennings Bryan, sculpted by the late Gutzon Borglum, would be sent `` on indefinite loan '' to Salem, Illinois, Bryan's birthplace.
Appointment of William S. Pfaff Jr., 41, as promotion manager of The Times-Picayune Publishing Company was announced Saturday by John F. Tims, president of the company.

William and son
They have a son, William Berry Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. J. M. Cheshire of Griffin.
a son, William, Seattle, Wash. ; ;
* In 1764 William Harrison ( the son of John Harrison ) sailed aboard the HMS Tartar, with the H-4 time piece.
They had one son, Col. William Preston Johnston, who would also serve in the Confederate Army.
" is attributed to his son William De Morgan, but a family friend John Thomas Graves was prolific, and a manuscript with over 2, 800 has been preserved.
is the title of a novel by William Faulkner, and refers to the return of Thomas Sutpen's son.
After the Battle of Hastings, Ealdred joined the group who tried to elevate Edgar the Ætheling, Edward the Exile's son, as king, but eventually he submitted to William the Conqueror at Berkhamsted.
He was born at Haddington, East Lothian, the only son of the Scottish king William the Lion and Ermengarde of Beaumont.
Johnson's grandfather William was poverty stricken, and was unable to educate his son Jacob or pass on any land to him.
Frederick William was the eldest surviving son of Karl Christian of Nassau-Weilburg and Princess Wilhelmine Carolina of Orange-Nassau.
In 1738 Nehemiah's son William Champion patented a technique for the first industrial scale distillation of metallic zinc known as distillation per descencum or " the English process.
* Skemp, Sheila L. Benjamin and William Franklin: Father and Son, Patriot and Loyalist ( 1994 )- Ben's son was a leading Loyalist
The son of John Smith, designer of the earlier castle, William Smith was City Architect of Aberdeen from 1852.
Mumy was born in San Gabriel, California, the son of Muriel Gertrude ( née Gould ) and Charles William Mumy, Sr., a cattle rancher.
The youngest son of William Edward Parkinson ( 1871 – 1927 ), an art master at North East County School and from 1913 principal of York School of Arts and Crafts, and his wife, Rose Emily Mary Curnow ( born 1877 ), the young Parkinson attended St. Peter's School, York, where in 1929 he won an Exhibition to study history at Emmanuel College at the University of Cambridge.
During the Anglo-French War ( 1627 – 1629 ), under Charles I, by 1629 the Kirkes took Quebec City, Sir James Stewart of Killeith, Lord Ochiltree planted a colony on Cape Breton Island at Baleine, Nova Scotia and Alexander ’ s son, William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling established the first incarnation of “ New Scotland ” at Port Royal.
The first cement to consistently contain alite was made by Joseph Aspdin's son William in the early 1840s.
He was the youngest son of William the Conqueror.
William of Malmesbury writes that Gofraid, together with Sihtric's young son Olaf Cuaran fled north and received refuge from Constantine, which led to war with Æthelstan.
William states that Æthelstan stood godfather to a son of Constantine, probably Indulf ( Ildulb mac Constantín ), during the conference.
** William Erasmus Darwin ( 1839 – 1914 ), eldest son of Charles Darwin ( 1809 – 1882 )
Pitman's short book about his desperate escape from a Caribbean penal colony for his part in the Monmouth Rebellion, his shipwrecking and subsequent desert island misadventures was published by J. Taylor of Paternoster Street, London, whose son William Taylor later published Defoe's novel.
:* William Godolphin, Marquess of Blandford ( 1700 – 1731 ), elder son of the 2nd Duchess, predeceased his mother without issue
* John Albert William Spencer-Churchill, 10th Duke of Marlborough ( 1897 – 1972 ), elder son of the 9th Duke
Malherb is introduced as the younger son of a noble family and he builds the Fox Tor house to be the impressive gentleman's residence suggested by William Crossing rather than the humble cottage which it actually is.

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