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Excerpt from The Life of William Waynflete, Bishop of Winchester: Lord High Chancellor of England in the Reign of Henry and Founder of Magdalen College, Oxford; Collected From Records, Registers, Manuscripts, and Other Authentic Evidences
Dr. Peter Heylin, in his Memorial of'the Life, Actes, and Death of Waynﬂete, written in English verse about the vear 1619, professedly follows him, and has added no thing to our information. The subsequent accounts of Waynﬂete consist almost eu tirely of meagre abstracts from Budden and even in the Biographia 'britannica, where a fuller detail might naturally be ex pected, the story of this eminent and meri torious prelate is compressed into a note.
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