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Hull Central Library, MS ‘Sermons &c. of the Rev. Andrew Marvell’; Cook 141–2, 144–50) 1627 April 28 October 13 (Saturday) The rev. Andrew Marvell dedicates a copy of his sermon ‘Israel and England parallel’d’ to his patron Anne Sadleir, ‘who hath beene a constant benefactresse to me and to my family’ (London, Inner Temple, MS 531C). Whatever his unfriendliness to the Roman church in this sermon, another gift to Mrs Sadleir of unknown date is a nicely rubricated ﬁfteenth-century MS exposition of the Ten Commandments, Pater Noster, Ave Maria, Directions for visiting the sick, and so forth, which she inscribed ‘Mr.
The same was sandwarpt, and he drowned therein, by the carelessness (not to say drunkenness) of the boat-men, to the great grief of all good men’ (Fuller, 159, and in margin: ‘With Mrs Skinner (daughter to Sir Ed. ’). Later versions of the story embellish it increasingly, with Biographia Britannica claiming that the mother of the drowned woman supported AM thereafter (see below 1760): ‘Mrs. ) died only in 1653 and her will leaves nothing to AM (Margoliouth 357–9), but such report may reﬂect the sponsorship by her sister Anne Sadleir of AM’s father and family (see 28 April 1627 above; 1653 below).
Oxenbridge had served as chaplain to Col. Robert Overton in Hull, where in municipal government they worked with Alderman William Popple (sr) (PL 1:246; Smith 54–5; see 2 June 1654 below; Bodl. MS Tanner 57, 167–9). Near Eton at the ‘Anglican stronghold’ of Richings, AM meets John Hales (1584–1656 [May]) and so ‘convers’d a while with the living remains of one of the clearest heads and best prepared brests in Christendom’; later in RT, AM was glad to quote at length from the Arminiam Hales’s Tract Concerning Schism (1642) which ‘I had read many years ago’ (MPW 1:130–4, 395–6; Legouis 1968, 97–8).