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" In one of the many curious pamphlets of that period he is described as "a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth and a prodigious stomach, to turn the archbishop's chapel at Croydon into a kitchen ; also to swallow up that palace... "
London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis ... - Page 306
by David Hughson - 1808
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London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 5

David Hughson - London (England) - 1808
...After archbishop Laud's death, it came into the hands of Sir William, Brereton, " a notable mun,'r says a pamphlet writer of that day "at a thanksgiving...the present structure," says Lysons, " I think it scorns sufficiently evident, that the Guard Chamber was built by archbishop Arundel, whose arms are...
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London, by David Hughson, Volume 5

Edward Pugh - 1808
...it came into the hands of Sir William Brcreton, "a notable man," says a pamphlet writer" of that-day "at a thanksgiving dinner; having terrible long; teeth...chapel at Croydon into a kitchen; also to swallow up tlrat palace and lands at a morsel." " Archbishop Juxon repaired and fitted up the palace; restoring...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 156

English essays - 1834
...the hands of Sir William Brereton, who, according to a contemporary pamphleteer, was " a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach, to turn the Archbishop's Chapel at Croydon into a kitchen, also to swallow up the Palace and lands at a morsel."*...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 156-157

Early English newspapers - 1834
...the hands of Sir William Brereton, who, according to a contemporary pamphleteer, was " a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach, to turn the Archbishop's Chapel at Croydon into a kitchen, also to swallow up the Palace and lands at a morsel."*...
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My Daughter's Book: Containing a Selection of Approved Readings in ...

Anthologies - 1834 - 482 pages
...by Parliament, and leased to Sir William Brereton, of whom it is humourously said, " A notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach to turn the archbishop's chapel into a kitchen, and to swallow up that palace and lands at a morsel." The palace...
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The Saturday magazine

1834
...shortly after we find it in the hands of Sir William Brereton : " A notable man," says an old writer, " at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach, to turn the archbishop's palace into a kitchen, and to swallow up that palace and lands at a morsel." Archbishop...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 5

Periodicals - 1835
...shortly after we find it in the hands of Sir William Brereton : " A notable man," says an old writer, " at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach, to turn the archbishop's palace into a kitchen, and to swallow up that palace and lands at a morsel." Archbishop...
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Pleasure Excursions: as Guides for Making Day's Excursions on the Eastern ...

Felix Summerly - Great Britain - 1847
...was a servant of Sir William Brereton, who leased the palace at this period, and was " a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth...prodigious stomach to turn the archbishops' chapel into a kitchen, and to swallow up that palace and lands at a morsel." The tombs in Croydon Church are...
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London Society, Volume 2

English literature - 1862
...the Civil War, and conferred upon a Eoundhead soldier, who is quaintly described as ' a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach.' Croydon Church is a really fine specimen of the Perpendicular style, and was completed, as we see it...
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The ladye Shakerley. By one of the House of Egerton [F.M. Wilbraham?].

Frances M. Wilbraham - 1871
...murder, given unto him, the chapel of which Sir William turned into his kitchen, being a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner, having terrible long teeth and a prodigious stomach ; but I marvel whether anything cooked in that kitchen ever tasted so sweet to him as did the Lord...
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