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Gloccftei - f g overnor °f Calais, to bring over the duke of Glo* cefter, in order to his trial; but the governor re - turned for anfwer, that the duke had died fuddenly of an apoplexy in that fortrefs.
Is reftored by the earl of Lei - cefter, 199, Refiifes to abide by the avyard of Lewis of France, 2C2, '
W. of Omberiley, on the Severn, cefter fhire; on the S. by Herefordfhire; h-tnutOM, Wilts, NW. of Stonehenge. on the SW. by Radnorlhire; and on the bredicott Stafibrdf.
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Upon this, the king diverted his courfe towards Lei - cefter, and, coming before the place, took it by ftorm.
Being taken prifoner foon after the unfortunate defeat at Wor - cefter, the favour in which he had ever been with Charles the Firft, and that zeal he had lately ftiown for the fervice of his fon and fuccelTor, rendered him fo hateful and ob -
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It was not until towards the clofe of the 15th century, that the fcience of Geography received any confiderable improvements and a proper method of delineating maps was difcovered; Richard ofCiren - cefter therefore, who wrote towards the clofe of the
Tliefe calamities were the more terrifying, as they appeared to be without remedy: for the Glou - cefter had already fpent a month in her endeavours to fetch the bay, and ftie was now no farther advanced than at the firft moment flie made the ifland; on the contrary, the people on board her had worn out all their hopes of ever fucceeding in it, by the many ex - periments they had made of its difficulty.
John Alcock, fucceflivcly bifhop of Rochefter, Wor - cefter, and Ely, (lands among the forcmoft of the divines who flouriihed in the time of Henry the Seventh.
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